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Moon Near Mars

Tuesday evening, November 25th the 3.5 day young waxing crescent Moon is 6-7o away from the planet Mars as this graphic shows.






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Full Moon in Taurus
November 6, 2014
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in scorpio season, when the transits the sign of the scorpion, our desire to transcend the ego is the source of all life force. 1,062 more words

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Mars and Jupiter at Odds - Heliocentric That Is

Friday October 31st the planets Mars and Jupiter are aligned in an arrangement known as heliocentric opposition. The two planets are on opposite sides of the Sun and are approximately 180o apart in heliocentric longitude as measured around the celestial equator. 109 more words

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Mars One Mission Could be end up with Big Failure

Mars One is the ambitious, privately-funded plan to develop a colony on the Red Planet by 2025. But a new study led by a researcher at MIT found the current roadmap could be a deadly one. 317 more words

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Hubble captures stunning image of a comet's brush past Mars

NASA has just released this image of comet Siding Spring’s close brush past Mars, and it is thrilling.

The image you see above — a fuzzy white comet hovering above a glowing rust-colored planet — is actually a composite of several images taken by the Hubble Space Telescope on Saturday and Sunday. 156 more words

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India reaches Mars, Prime Minister Narendra Modi showers praises on ISRO

India scripted history on Wednesday,24 September with the success of its Mars mission. As the Mangalyaan entered the Mars orbit, making India the first country in the world to make it to the Red Planet in the first attempt. 53 more words

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Send an all-woman crew to Mars…its cheaper

This article from Slate on the discovery (whisper it) that women generally have a lower weight and a lower metabolic rate than most men, therefore the first manned mission to Mars should be predominantly or all female because it would be cheaper to launch women and keep them fed on Mars. 866 more words

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