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On Friday, people in the Arctic’s Faroe Islands and Svalbard witnessed the special celestial event known as a total solar eclipse, in which the moon completely blocked out the sun for a few hours in the middle of the day. Large parts of Europe, northern Africa and northern Asia also enjoyed a partial eclipse, providing […]

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An unusual comet crossed the sun’s path, NASA reported on Tuesday as it released footage captured by the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory that it shares with the European Space Agency. The comet grazed the sun between February 18 and 21. Although it’s the 2,875th comet seen by SOHO, according to NASA, it’s noteworthy because “it’s […]

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Well, at least half of the city can be powered by solar power according to people that know these things. A study was done by CUNY in partnership with the City and the U.S. Department of Energy, the results of which were plotted on this cool interactive map. Does this mean we can start having […]

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It’s the Sun! NASA’s twin STEREO probes are beaming back uninterrupted images of everybody’s favorite star—a data-collecting process that scientists say will enable better space weather forecasting. […]

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On Tuesday, as sympathizers in Europe, the Middle East, and other parts of the world cheered it on, the Sun briefly took an offensive shape as it moved across the sky, inciting radicals from all over to look up. Thankfully, the astronomical event was contained to areas outside of the U.S., although the Republican led […]

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Seattle photographer Johnny Lucus calls Terry Richardson and Ryan McGinley his inspirations, but he shouldn’t rush to do so. His sunny forest visions from the SHIFT series – albeit sans skeev and tits – are quite joyful. You can do bad all by yourself, Johnny. […]

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