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Slow boat to paradise

The first time I travelled alone turned out to be one of my most memorable experiences ever.

Of course I had travelled alone before when I knew I would be meeting someone on the other end, but this was the first time I actually went away on holiday on my own, not knowing if I would have anyone to talk to for a whole two weeks. 517 more words

Travel

Meteor Shower

More nocturnal adventures! Some summery activities to go with the sunny weather. I’ve been a bit busy lately so haven’t added anything new for a while – hopefully soon I’ll get the chance to update… 6 more words

Daria Wallace

Halley's Comet 'Eta Aquarids' Meteor Shower Peaks Overnight, Best Viewing Wednesday Morning Before Dawn

(CBS SF) — Halley’s Comet may be on the other side of the solar system, but debris from its trail collide with Earth every May as the planet passes through its orbit, and the best viewing of the “Eta Aquarids” meteor shower will be just before dawn on Wednesday May 6th, 2015. 66 more words

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Strong Solar X-Ray Radiation Hits Earth, Impacting Some Radio Communication For Entire Hemisphere

(CBS SF) — As if powerful earthquakes, a small South Pacific tsunami yesterday, and a new undersea volcano off the Pacific coast weren’t enough, today a massive dose of solar radiation was detected hitting earth. 180 more words

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How you can see the Eta Aquarid meteor shower

The Eta Aquarid meteor shower happens between April 21 and May 20, 2015, with peak activity Tuesday and Wednesday, May 5 and 6.

When Earth passes through an old stream of debris from Halley’s Comet, the result is the Eta Aquarids meteor shower.   146 more words

Weather

How to watch this week's meteor shower brought to you by Halley's Comet

TORONTO – It may be another 46 years until we get to see Halley’s Comet again, but over the next few nights you can see something it left behind — a meteor shower. 386 more words

Science

"Write Like Me"

Crystallized snowflakes

caught admist an exhale

dollop the branches

of the wiry tree

as winter collides with spring.

Poetry