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Hey, we’re Planets In Transit!  We are a Genre-bending Baroque Pop group from Tallahassee, FL

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Afternoon Delight: Star Gazers Check Out Partial Solar Eclipse

FORT WORTH-If you freaked out over the chunk of sun missing this afternoon, well that was supposed to happen!
“We’re trying to explain to them, and hopefully they’ll get to experience it today,” said Gloria Lin. 134 more words


The Beauty of Venus

Venus is the second planet from the sun and is only slightly smaller than Earth.
Known alternately as either the Evening Star and the Morning Star, Venus is the brightest object in our skies, second only to the light of the moon. 770 more words

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Live from Mars

The more I see pics from Mars, the more I think it’s a used and abused abandoned world. Maybe I’m wrong, but this rock looks really interesting …


Partial Solar Eclipse Scorpio New Moon October 23rd

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By Joseph Mina

“Nations, like stars, are entitled to eclipse. All is well, provided the light returns and the eclipse does not become an endless night. 879 more words


Big History: Exploring the Universe

Found this amazing resource – The Big History Project – An online ‘course’ in the history of the universe. It has multimedia tools and quizzes and seems like a fantastic learning tool.

The Big History Project


Watch Solar Eclipse

The Partial Solar Eclipse Over North America of October 2014


Watch the Moon Eat the Sun: The Partial Solar Eclipse on Thursday, Oct. 23… 829 more words