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Hell with the Lid Taken OffAir pollution far more severe than what’s common today used to plague many American towns and cities. [..Read More..]

Hurricane MarieThe massive storm has churned up the eastern Pacific for a week. [..Read More..]

Hurricane CristobalThe third hurricane of the season stirred up the North Atlantic in late August 2014 but stayed offshore. [..Read More..]

How different are space and time at very small scales? [..Read More..]

Why would the sky look like a giant target? [..Read More..]

Look up in New Zealand's Hollow Hill Cave and you might think [..Read More..]

Open star cluster NGC 7380 is still embedded in [..Read More..]

The Milky Way was not created by an evaporating lake. [..Read More..]

Animals in the wild can learn from instructional videos, according to new research that opens the door to further education of animals. [..Read More..]

'Space Whisky' to Return After Space Station VoyageDoes space and alcohol mix? We already know that beer has a cozy relationship with space culture, but now it's time to raise an orbital dram. Con [..Read More..]

Marks left behind by ancient, parched grass show that the iconic monument was once a perfect circle. [..Read More..]

Mind-altering substances were all the rage 1,500 years ago, at least among certain elite members of a South American society. [..Read More..]

Robo-Raptors Look and Fly Like Real BirdsRobotic falcons to be used to scare off smaller birds from areas they're not wanted. Continue reading → [..Read More..]

Ebola Crisis Prompts New Use For Infrared CamerasNew airport Ebola creening procedures in some countries include using infrared cameras to take body temperature. Continue reading → [..Read More..]

Contest yields a stunning array of pictures of nature in action. [..Read More..]

Microchip implants like the ones pet owners use to track their dogs and cats could become commonplace in humans in the next decade. [..Read More..]

Possibly the first known example of Neanderthal rock art has been discovered in a seaside cave on the Rock of Gibraltar, archaeologists say. [..Read More..]

DNews: Why Can't We Smell Our Own Homes?Ever wonder why everything smells fine in your house until you go away for awhile and then come back wondering, "Why does it stink in here?" [..Read More..]

The technology powering robotic arms in space could be used to perform minor surgeries for children on Earth. [..Read More..]

Electric sparks might have helped break down lunar soil, suggesting the moon may be significantly more active than previously thought. The phenomenon [..Read More..]

The 3D printer, which is scheduled to launch toward the orbiting lab Sept. 19 aboard SpaceX's unmanned Dragon cargo capsule, could help lay the f [..Read More..]

The time has come -- the little Mars rover needs its first memory wipe. [..Read More..]

A group of geckos sent to space so that scientists could study the lizards' zero-g mating habits have died. [..Read More..]

A German artist who once painted the side of a Russian rocket is auctioning his Soviet space relic collection, including examples of his own space art [..Read More..]

A fan's idea for a LEGO toy to celebrate the Hubble Space Telescope's 25th anniversary just came into greater focus. The design for a toy br [..Read More..]

NASA's next spaceship, the Orion capsule, has had a wet summer. For a full week in August, NASA engineers and the U.S. Navy worked side by side t [..Read More..]

In the evening, Mars and Saturn can be seen in the southwestern sky. Jupiter can be viewed in the eastern sky in the early morning hours. Also, the Mo [..Read More..]

The constellations of Aquarius (God of the Waters) and Capricornus (The Water Goat) hold a bevy of skywatching targets. The M2 star cluster in Aquariu [..Read More..]

Hurricane MarieThe massive storm has churned up the eastern Pacific for a week. [..Read More..]

Hurricane CristobalThe third hurricane of the season stirred up the North Atlantic in late August 2014 but stayed offshore. [..Read More..]

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Why sibling stars look alike: Early, fast mixing in star-birth cloudsEarly, fast, turbulent mixing of gas within giant molecular clouds -- the birthplaces of stars -- means all stars formed from a single cloud bear the [..Read More..]

Astrophysicists report radioactive cobalt in supernova explosionAstrophysicists have detected the formation of radioactive cobalt during a supernova explosion, lending credence to a corresponding theory of supernov [..Read More..]

NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope witnesses asteroid smashupNASA's Spitzer Space Telescope has spotted an eruption of dust around a young star, possibly the result of a smashup between large asteroids. Thi [..Read More..]

Researchers use NASA and other data to look into the heart of a solar stormScientists found that the CME contained a rare piece of dense solar filament material. This filament coupled with an unusually fast speed led to the l [..Read More..]

Astronomy: Radio telescopes settle controversy over distance to PleiadesA worldwide network of radio telescopes measured the distance to the famous star cluster the Pleiades to an accuracy within 1 percent. The result reso [..Read More..]

Red Planet's climate history uncovered in unique Martian meteoriteWas Mars -- now a cold, dry place -- once a warm, wet planet that sustained life? Research underway may one day answer those questions -- and perhaps [..Read More..]

Early growth of giant galaxy, just 3 billion years after the Big Bang, revealedThe birth of massive galaxies, according to galaxy formation theories, begins with the buildup of a dense, compact core that is ablaze with the glow o [..Read More..]

Orion rocks! Pebble-size particles may jump-start planet formationAstronomers have discovered that filaments of star-forming gas near the Orion Nebula may be brimming with pebble-size particles -- planetary building [..Read More..]

Best view yet of merging galaxies in distant universeAstronomers have obtained the best view yet of a collision between two galaxies when the Universe was only half its current age. To make this observat [..Read More..]

Voyager map details Neptune's strange moon TritonNASA's Voyager 2 spacecraft gave humanity its first close-up look at Neptune and its moon Triton in the summer of 1989. Like an old film, Voyager [..Read More..]

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Current Moon Phase


First Quarter Moon
First Quarter Moon

The moon is currently in Sagittarius
The moon is 8 days old

Distance: 58 earth radii
Ecliptic latitude: 4 degrees
Ecliptic longitude: 263 degrees

NASA EO Image of the Day

3 Sep | Forests west of Mount Tavurvur got a fresh coat of ash after Rabaul volcano erupted explosively on August 29, 2014. [Read More]