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Celestron FirstScope 76: Full review

September 26th, 2020 by

The fuss-free Celestron FirstScope 76 is an easy telescope to use, but expectations should be tailored when looking through the eyepiece

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Celestron Astro Fi 130 telescope: Full review

September 26th, 2020 by

Celestron’s Astro Fi 130 combines good optics with the latest in telescope technology — but is it the right telescope for you?

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On This Day in Space: Sept. 26, 1983: Soyuz crew narrowly escapes rocket explosion

September 26th, 2020 by

On Sept. 26, 1983, a Russian Soyuz rocket exploded on the launchpad. See how it happened in our “On This Day In Space” series!

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You can watch a US spy satellite launch on a giant Delta IV Heavy rocket overnight tonight. Here’s how.

September 26th, 2020 by

Liftoff is scheduled for 12:10 a.m. EDT (0410 GMT) on Sunday (Sept. 27).

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International Observe the Moon Night 2020: Celebrate with NASA’s Artemis program in webcast tonight.

September 26th, 2020 by

As International Observe the Moon Night goes virtual this year, NASA is inviting the public to join a live celebration online.

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An aurora that lit up the sky over the Titanic might explain why it sank

September 26th, 2020 by

A geomagnetic storm that sparked spectacular aurora displays could also have contributed to the sinking of the Titanic.

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