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Why those sometimes annoying launch, landing weather rules exist – NASASpaceflight.com

There’s an age-old joke amongst those who work with/launch rockets and those who cover their…

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Climate explained: what the world was like the last time carbon dioxide levels were at 400ppm – The Conversation AU

The last time global carbon dioxide levels were around 400ppm was four million years ago. On average, the world was 3℃ warmer, but in high northern latitudes, it was up to 14℃ warmer than today.

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Climate Explained is a collaboration between The Conversation, Stuff and the New Zealand Science Media Centre to answer your questions about climate change.
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The NEOWISE Comet Will Be Visible in the Night’s Sky During July – Time Out

Fingers crossed for clear skies

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Not got much going on right now? Well, head outside after dark for some celestial entertainment.
There’s a bright comet streaking through the sky this month. And if you miss it, you miss it – it won…

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NASA Scientist Simulates Sunsets on Other Planets – Mental Floss

NASA scientist Geronimo Villanueva built a tool that models the colorful, alien sunsets of planets like Mars, Uranus, and Venus.

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Earth, Venus, and Mars all share the same sun, but due to factors like distance and atmospheric composition, it looks different from each planet. This is especially true during sunset, when sunlight …

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