- The HinduApr 30 02:17 AM
Tripurari Sharma’s “Aadha Chand” brings alive a soulless system, driven by greed.
- The Martha's Vineyard TimesMay 24 01:43 PM
Suddenly, nearly everyone on the Cape and Islands was wearing Army and Navy clothing.
- Astronomy NowApr 28 04:20 PM
On the afternoon of 21 March, Comet 252P/LINEAR brushed by Earth just 14 lunar distances away. The comet's separation from Earth now exceeds 20 million miles, but it's still a suitable target for binoculars and small telescopes — if you know exactly where to look. Here's our UK observing guide for 252P/LINEAR in the constellation Ophiuchus between midnight and moonrise over the coming week.
- Travel+Leisure via Yahoo! Philippines NewsMay 03 01:02 AM
The epidemic of light pollution that swept the nation in the past half century has made the parks' night skies one of their most precious resources. Here, three regions where the overhead scenery is as impressive as the landscapes.
- National GeographicMay 02 03:53 PM
The Eta Aquarid meteor shower should bring up to 30 shooting stars an hour, products of the famous comet that last visited Earth in 1986.
- Wired NewsMay 02 04:18 AM
Benoit Paillé rigs glowing squares in unlikely places. The result is equal parts weird and awesome. The post Weird Glowing Squares Run Rampant in the Canadian Wilderness appeared first on WIRED .
- Montreal GazetteMay 03 03:57 PM
While sky views of Mars won't compare with views like this from visiting spacecrafts, skywatchers will get their best chance to see the Red Planet this month.
- Los Angeles TimesMay 07 08:18 AM
What are you getting that powerful maternal figure in your life for Mother’s Day? Here's a hint: What most moms crave is a break from routine. They want romantic time with a partner; quality time with children, girlfriend time, or needed most of all, time alone to relax and restore. If you're...
- SPACE.com via Yahoo Canada NewsMay 24 04:40 AM
Still, there are a few things that are worth looking for with binoculars or small telescopes in the spring. The Beehive lies within the dim constellation of Cancer (The Crab), which currently is located about one-third of the way up above the western horizon as darkness falls. Binoculars will reveal the cluster's stellar nature.
- Globes OnlineMay 04 04:43 AM
The BrightNite system enables utility helicopters to successfully perform poor visibility missions in over 90% of nights.
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