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1 In 4 Americans Think The Sun Revolves Around Earth

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February 15, 2014
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In a national survey of more than 2,000 people, more than 20 percent said the sun revolves around the Earth. Video provided by Newsy


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AP (Mar. 7, 2012) An impressive solar flare is heading toward Earth and could disrupt power grids, GPS and airplane flights. Forecasters say the sun erupted Tuesday evening and the effects should start smacking Earth late Wednesday night.
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This Week @ NASA, April 26, 2013

This Week @ NASA, April 26, 2013

NASA (Apr. 26, 2013) During an Earth Day visit to Goddard Space Flight Center, NASA Deputy Administrator Lori Garver received a tour of the Landsat Data Continuity Mission control room and was briefed on Goddard Earth science programs. Garver also took some time to discuss the Earth science priorities of the President's Fiscal Year 2014 budget proposal for NASA.
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When It Rains on the Sun, It Pours

When It Rains on the Sun, It Pours

Reuters (Feb. 21, 2013) Images of a spectacular solar flare that leaped off the sun's surface in July last year, have been compiled into a video revealing a rarely seen phenomenon called coronal rain. The compilation was produced from images collected by the Solar Dynamics Observatory, a space-based craft designed specifically to study the sun.
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RAW VIDEO: Best Photograph of a Star Being Born in History Taken by ESO

RAW VIDEO: Best Photograph of a Star Being Born in History Taken by ESO

EFE (July 10, 2013) A new image of a star being formed inside of a dark cloud was shot by the European Southern Observatory's ALMA telescope and is the best picture of this kind of event ever captured. The high resolution photograph will allow scientists to study the star's creation process in depth and expand or change established theories. In its current state, the star is 500 times the mass of our sun and is pulling large quantities of matter towards its core through gravity. This matter will eventually collapse, forming a young star that will ultimately be 100 times the size of the sun.
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