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The Geography of Connection

“There’s a lot happening in the world right now that would lead us to believe how disconnected we are from each other — but if this map says anything, I believe it’s that connection is real, alive, and important to us all.” Candace Rose Rardon illustrates a map of her readers’ travel stories.

via The Geography of Connection — Discover

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Long Ago and Far, Far Away…

Long ago and far, far away, deep in a most distant solar system, scientists have discovered, what they believe to be, intelligent life on a tiny, strange-looking, reddish planet. Because of this tiny celestial body’s reddish hue and the greenish gaseous plumes constantly being emitted from her polar region, the astro-scientists have named their newest […]

via Long Ago and Far, Far Away… — Ron Mayhew’s Blog

New model explains the moon’s weird orbit

Simulations suggest a dramatic history for the Earth-moon duo From the UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND The moon, Earth’s closest neighbor, is among the strangest planetary bodies in the solar system. Its orbit lies unusually far away from Earth, with a surprisingly large orbital tilt. Planetary scientists have struggled to piece together a scenario that accounts for […]

via New model explains the moon’s weird orbit — Watts Up With That?

Crack Detected in Earth’s Magnetic Shield, Causing Supercharged Aurora Borealis, Radio Signal Blackouts In High Latitude Countries

The GRAPES-3 moun telescope located the Cosmic Ray Laboratory (CRL) in Ooty, India recorded a massive burst of galactic cosmic rays about 20 GeV, on 22 June 2015. Report says the burst lasted for 2 hours and it temporarily caused a severe compression of Earth’s magnetosphere from 11 to 4 times the radius of Earth,…

via Crack Detected in Earth’s Magnetic Shield, Causing Supercharged Aurora Borealis, Radio Signal Blackouts In High Latitude Countries — Sparkonit

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