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NASA's Transit of Venus Sun-Earth Day Event! This year will be the last Transit of Venus to be seen in our lifetime.

Saturn's orbit viewed from Earth

ESPL: Dances of the Planets astrodidact: “ This is pretty extraordinary and would love to look into this more. Enjoy… The planets in the heavens move in exquisite orbital patterns, dancing to the.

Think I will take their picture with the sign on the first day, and use the pictures in the hallway- hang their work under their picture.

Back to school printable {FREE

Back-to-school signs (free printable): The cutest I've seen for your first day of school pics

The planets in the heavens move in exquisite orbital patterns, dancing to the Music of the Cosmos.  There is more mathematical and geometric harmony than we realize.   The idea for this article is from a book Larry Pesavento shared with me.  The book, 'A Little Book of Coincidence' by John Martineau, illustrates the orbital patterns and several of their geometrical relationships.  .

ESPL: Dances of the Planets astrodidact: “ This is pretty extraordinary and would love to look into this more. Enjoy… The planets in the heavens move in exquisite orbital patterns, dancing to the.

ESA Euronews: Os mistérios de Vénus

It can be called the morning or evening star, depending on where you are or what time it is, but it is anything but a star. In fact, it is one of our nearest.

Charles Messier's "anti-list' of objects in space has become iconic in the world of astronomy. We'll making videos about each object - but first here's an introduction to the catalogue itself.

Charles Messier's "anti-list' of objects in space has become iconic in the world of astronomy. We'll making videos about each object - but first here's an in.

What is FINESSE?

FINESSE was a mission proposed by JPL in 2013 as part of NASA's Explorers program, but the concept was not selected for flight. FINESSE was characterized as .

Update on the Comet that Might Hit Mars - The latest trajectory of comet 2013 A1 (Siding Spring) generated by the Near-Earth Object Program Office at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory indicates the comet will pass within 186,000 miles (300,000 kilometers) of Mars and there is a strong possibility that it might pass much closer. The NEO Program Office’s current estimate based on observations through March 1, 2013, has it passing about 31,000 miles (50,000 kilometers) from the Red Planet’s…

Update on the Comet that Might Hit Mars - Universe Today

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