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'Blood Moon' Attracts Stargazers, Conspiracy Theories

April 13, 2014
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Tuesday's total lunar eclipse will bring out both stargazers and conspiracy theorists alike as the blood red moon fills up the early morning sky. Video provided by Newsy

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NASA Startled by 'Jelly Donut' on Mars

NASA Startled by 'Jelly Donut' on Mars

Buzz60 (Jan. 22, 2014) — NASA scientists found a mysterious rock on Mars that looks a lot like a jelly donut and seemed to appear out of nowhere. The prevailing theory is that the Mars rover Opportunity kicked the stone as it passed by, but conspiracy theories say the area is a trap door and the rock proves the Red Planet is haunted by poltergeists. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) reports.
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Space Research Hotline to the Moon

Space Research Hotline to the Moon

Deutsche Welle (Jan. 7, 2013) — Despite funding being scarce, Europe still has grand plans to make it to the Moon and Mars. The first goal is to build an outpost on the Moon to facilitate further trips into space. But such a station would have to be contactable at all times. Space researchers in Stuttgart are working out how to set up a sustained radio connection. They hope to position communication satellites at a spot between the Moon and the Earth where the gravitational forces of the two celestial bodies balance out.
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"Blood Moon" Eclipse Turns Eyes to the Sky

"Blood Moon" Eclipse Turns Eyes to the Sky

Reuters - US Online Video (Oct. 8, 2014) — Early risers across much of the world witnessed a total lunar eclipse overnight, the coppery, reddish "blood moon" passing into Earth's shadow. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). Video provided by Reuters
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NASA Claims Spaceships Traveling Faster Than Light May Be Possible

NASA Claims Spaceships Traveling Faster Than Light May Be Possible

Buzz60 (Sep. 18, 2012) — Scientists at NASA think that bending space and time could be possible. This would allow spaceships to travel faster than the speed of lite and thus zip between different solar systems. Devices used in Star Trek might not be that far off as NASA scientists have begun testing their designs and theories in the lab.
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