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First Lunar Eclipse of 2012 on June 4

First Lunar Eclipse of 2012 on June 4

The Earth’s shadow will darken part of the moon next Monday in a partial lunar eclipse, visible from the Pacific Ocean and surrounding areas.

Partial Lunar Eclipse Monday Sets Stage for Venus Transit

Partial Lunar Eclipse Monday Sets Stage for Venus Transit

The historic transit of Venus across the sun Tuesday is a must-see for skywatchers, but observers shouldn't overlook another celestial event that comes just one day earlier — a partial lunar eclipse of the June full moon.

Sunspot 1520 Fires a Flare [VIDEO]

Sunspot 1520 Fires a Flare [VIDEO]

Remember that cool animation I posted earlier of and how I said there’s no guarantee it wouldn’t unleash an X-class flare? Well at UT today, it did.

Bacteria That Transforms Toxic Liquid Gold to 24-Carat Usable Metal

Bacteria That Transforms Toxic Liquid Gold to 24-Carat Usable Metal

A team at Michigan State University has landed on a gold mine -- albeit on the micro scale. bacteria that transforms toxic liquid gold to usable metal.

Bat With ‘Super Tongue’ Filmed for the First Time

Bat With ‘Super Tongue’ Filmed for the First Time

The tube-lipped nectar bat has the longest tongue relative to its own body compared to any mammal in the world. Now, the tongue of this rare bat, only discovered in Ecuador in has been filmed for the first time in action.

Watch a Bubble Popping in Extra Slow Motion [VIDEO]

Watch a Bubble Popping in Extra Slow Motion [VIDEO]

The Slow-Mo Guys slow down the bursting of a bubble creating some interesting results.

Cosmic Journeys: Venus: Death of a Planet [VIDEO]

Cosmic Journeys: Venus: Death of a Planet [VIDEO]

Planet Video, Cosmic, Venus, Planets, Death

Science off the Sphere -  Epsode 11: Space Balloonacy [VIDEO]

Science off the Sphere - Epsode 11: Space Balloonacy [VIDEO]

Science off the Sphere - Epsode Space Balloonacy [VIDEO]

Carbon nanotubes make it possible to grow human hearts

Carbon nanotubes make it possible to grow human hearts - ExtremeTech

Will Wheaton and "The Grand Entrance"

Will Wheaton and "The Grand Entrance"

Grand Entrance, Grand Entryway

Knowmia: Helping Teachers Curate and Create Online Video Lessons

Knowmia: Helping Teachers Curate and Create Online Video Lessons

Ariel Braunstein and Scott Kabat know a thing or two about building (and selling) a user-friendly mobile video experience, but can they do the same for the world of digital education videos?

Dairy Farming in Saharan Africa Began 7,000 Years Ago

Dairy Farming in Saharan Africa Began 7,000 Years Ago

Dairy Farming in Saharan Africa Began Years Ago

El gobierno de Australia aprueba un vertido de residuos cerca de la valiosa Barrera de coral

A satellite image of the world's largest reef system, the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. Warming of the oceans threatens corals worldwide.

Translating Slimy Moldy Intelligence Into Gaming Design

Slimy Mold with a Memory.

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A grasshopper’s change in diet to high-energy carbohydrates while being hunted by spiders may affect the way soil releases carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.

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