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The next full moon is the Sturgeon/Full Red/Green Corn/Grain Moon

POSTED BY: S. DOMAGAL-GOLDMAN
 
No, the ‘Full Red’ moon is not Mars. Despite the focus of many at NASA on Mars (including from yours truly), the moon is still up there and still orbiting the Earth. So check out this lunar cycle report from bike commuter and lunar expert Gordon Johnston. (Any weird formatting is my fault as I’m posting this from my smartphone.) ——————————– The next full Moon is just before midnight on Wednesday, August 1, 2012 (at11:28 pm EDT).  The Moon will appear full for....
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Aug 2012

MSL goes for GOLD

POSTED BY: ADI
 
Every 4 years, the Olympics bring us together to witness the best in human endurance, athleticism and sportsmanship. This week as medals are won and each country’s tally grows, there is one team that has its sights on a prize outside this world. They have trained for years, learnt from past exploration missions, used the latest  and some of the most remarkable innovative technologies and perfected instruments to excellence. Now they wait for their dream machine to perform what it was....
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