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You can now explore the International Space Station using Google Street View

Most of us — okay, nearly all of us — will never have the opportunity to set foot inside the International Space Station. The multi-billion-dollar floating laboratory and astronaut bed and breakfast is a pretty exclusive destination, and unless you’re ready to dedicate your life to science and spend decades in pursuit of that ultimate goal, the closest you’re ever going to get is… 200 more words


Friday 21/07/2017

Friday, July 21, 2017.

The moon Enters Cancer.

The Cancer Moon trines Neptune in Pisces.

The Moon is in Cancer. The Cancer Moon trines Neptune in Pisces. 270 more words

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Gorgeous Hubble photo of Mars 'photobombed' by tiny moon

NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope consistently delivers breathtaking views of the planets in our galactic neighborhood, but when it set its sights on Mars recently for a series of snapshots it captured more than just Mars. 246 more words


GOES-R The Future of NOAA's Geostationary Weather Satellites

Operating from two primary locations, GOES-East and Goes-West, NOAA’s Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellites (GOES) have been providing continuous imagery of and data on atmospheric conditions, solar activity and Earth’s weather systems for nearly 40 years. 95 more words

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The Day the Earth Stood Still

Today in History, July 20: 1969 – The day the Earth stood still. Over a billion people world wide stopped what they were doing to watch in awe as Neil Armstrong became the first man to set foot on the moon. 68 more words

Put Your Well-Being First: Stay At Home Mom, Homeschooling, Depression

I’m not sure where this blog is going to lead me, but I was just laying with my 15-month old daughter, and had an idea about writing a blog about… 686 more words


We lived in an Airbnb tiny home for a week — and it was completely different than what we expected

(Source: www.businessinsider.com)

One week. One tiny home. Two oversized personalities. 

The latest Bravo reality show? No, just a work trip with two Business Insider reporters looking for a place to rest their weary heads after a long day of dedicated and strenuous fast-food investigating.  580 more words