Tag Archives: Stargazing
Space Perspectives

11 Ways That Space Allows a Look at Ordinary, Everyday Things from a New Perspective

The sunrise Astronauts on space station see the sunrise and sunset 16 times a day. On Saturday, Aug. 27, 2011, astronaut Ron Garan used a high definition camera to film the sunrise as space station flew along a path between Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and Buenos Aires, Argentina. Fire Gravity is a constant force on […]

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Check Out the ‘Wolf Moon’, FRIDAY 12/28, 5:21am (EST)

Right before sunrise tomorrow morning – Friday, December 28, 2012 at around 5:21 (EST) – a full moon will pass through 180 degrees from the Sun in Earth-based longitude, appearing full for about 3 days centered on this time (from Wednesday evening through Saturday.) It is named “The Wolf Moon” because it is the first […]

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