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Jan-June July-Dec

A Massive Geomagnetic Storm Is Going to Hit Earth on March 18
Cosmic Rays Are Bad–And They're Getting Worse
Leftover Energy from the Big Bang Confounds Scientists
A Skyscraper-Sized Asteroid Just Cruised By Earth – Watch It Fly By In This Video
Night Turned into Day: Dazzling Meteor Blazes Across Sky in Russian Urals
Solar Minimum is Coming
NASA: "Unique Alien Planet Found to Have Abundance of Water"
Search for First Stars Uncovers 'Dark Matter'
FEB 27
Mining for Asteroids Will Be the Next Gold Rush
"A Huge Surprise" – Ultra-Dense Neutron Stars Light Up the Universe: 'A Teaspoon Would Weigh a Billion Tons'
FEB 15
Sunspot Explodes, Hurls Giant CME At Earth
Why the Sun Is Growing Dim
A SOLAR MINIMUM SUNSPOT: With Solar Minimum right around the corner, sunspot counts are at an almost 10-year low. Surprisingly yesterday a relatively large sunspot emerged. AR2699 has a primary dark core larger than Earth with many smaller magnetic condensations trailing behind it, in all stretching over 47,000 miles across the sun's surface. Rare "solar minimum sunspots" are capable of intense explosions just like sunspots during more active phases of the solar cycle. AR2699 is crackling with minor B- and C-class solar flares, notable only because of the sun's recent tomb-like silence. This time-lapse movie from NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory shows unrest deep inside the sunspot's core. Could this spark a stronger solar flare as AR2699 turns toward Earth? No one can say. Because of its size, the active region is an easy target for amateur astronomers with backyard solar telescopes.
These May Be the First Planets Found Outside Our Galaxy
Flat-Earth Rocketeer Fails to Launch (Again)
JAN 29
Super Blue Blood Moon Prowls Across the Sky Tomorrow Night
JAN 18
Super Blue Blood Moon in the Sky After 150 Years. Here's What You Need to Know
‘Potentially Hazardous’ Asteroid Will Zoom By Earth In February 
JAN 17
Meteor Confirmed in Skies Over Midwest, Causes 2.0 Magnitude Earthquake
JAN 12
Take a 360º Incredible Tour of the Milky Way
Huge Water Reserves Found All Over Mars
Put Telescopes on the Far Side of the Moon --"Our Best Chance to Glimpse the Beginnings of the Universe"
Cosmic Dust, Not 'Alien Megastructure,' Veils Mysterious Star
NASA Scientists Baffled --"On Mars Methane, a Sign of Life on Earth, Changes Inexplicably with the Seasons"