Astronomy

Did explosions on the sun’s surface sink the Titanic?

A new study published in the journal Weather hints that the RMS Titanic’s fateful collision with an iceberg could have occurred as a result of a geomagnetic storm that disrupted navigation and communication and veered it off course.
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Life on Venus? Scientists Find Sign on Earth’s Inhospitable Neighboring Planet

Researchers have found evidence of a gas on Venus that suggests life could exist on the planet which experts consider inhospitable. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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meteor shower

Planets, shooting stars to light up the sky this weekend

(KNOU) — Stargazers should be eager to hear that this weekend Jupiter and Saturn will align with the moon. On Friday night, Aug. 9, the moon will appear close to Jupiter — the second-brightest planet after Venus, according to the Farmers' Almanac . Then on Saturday night, Aug. 10, the moon will be...
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Supermoon over Chicago in November 2016

LOOK: Last supermoon of 2019 to occur on Wednesday, first day of spring

ST. LOUIS (KNOU) — The first day of spring, March 20, will mark a particularly rare cosmic event, as a supermoon will also shine on this night. Only happening an average of three times every 100 years, this month’s full moon lands on the spring equinox and happens to be the last of three supermoons...
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