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Archive for September 26th, 2022

Acid lake atop real-life ‘Mount Doom’ captured in striking new image from space station

September 26th, 2022 by

An astronaut’s photo of Mount Ruapehu, the real-life “Mount Doom” volcano shows the contrast between the hydrothermal lake at its summit and the snow surrounding its peak.

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Lego unveils brand new $600 Ultimate Collector Series Razor Crest set

September 26th, 2022 by

There’s a new addition to the Lego Star Wars Ultimate Collector Series line: the biggest ever Razor Crest model – as seen in The Mandalorian.

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Artemis 1 will roll off launch pad to ride out Hurricane Ian

September 26th, 2022 by

Artemis 1 will begin rolling back from the launch pad on Monday (Aug. 26) to seek out shelter in NASA’s nearby Vehicle Assembly Building in Florida.

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This Celestron Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope is £50 off

September 26th, 2022 by

The Celestron StarSense Explorer DX 6 Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope is a very handy telescope and you can now save £50.

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Blue stars: The biggest and brightest stars in the galaxy

September 26th, 2022 by

Blue stars are extreme in every way. They’re the hottest, most massive and shortest-lived stars in the universe.

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The summer solstice: When is it and what causes it?

September 26th, 2022 by

The summer solstice marks the start of astronomical summer and the longest day of the year. Here we explore when the summer solstice occurs and why.

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50 million tons of water vapor from Tonga’s eruption could warm Earth for years

September 26th, 2022 by

The explosive Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai volcanic event spewed so much moisture that it increased the global average of atmospheric water vapor by 5%.

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Space junk worries prompt new action by NASA, Congress

September 26th, 2022 by

Recent work by NASA and Congress seeks new solutions for space debris, which has been a U.S. government priority amid anti-satellite testing and the rise of satellite megaconstellations.

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