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Signs in the Sun, Moon and Stars

The four asteroids in question, designated 2022 QP3, 2022 QX4, 2017 BU and 2022 QX1, are all relatively small, with estimated sizes ranging from 24 meters at minimum to 76 meters at maximum. Four asteroids...
(WGHP) — The sun has been very active lately, which could cause a few problems for us here on Earth, according to NASA. While the solar cycle is not yet at its peak, the space agency said...
(The Watchers) A long-duration C5.6 solar flare erupted from Active Region 3060 at 01:11 UTC on July 21, 2022, producing a faint full halo coronal mass ejection (CME). A Type II Radio Emission with an estimated...
Authorities this week confirmed that a large fireball streaked its way across the skies of multiple states, a sight that was reportedly accompanied by a loud booming noise as well. As many as several dozen people...
THE LARGEST solar prominence eruption from the Sun ever captured in a single image was detected earlier this week by NASA satellites - as experts warn of an increase in solar activity. Solar prominences are large,...
Solar activity reached moderate levels in 24 hours to 00:30 UTC on January 30, 2022, due to a long-duration M1.1 solar flare at 23:32 UTC on January 29 from Region 2936 (N17E05, Dkc/beta). The region produced numerous...
The Sun has catapulted out fast solar winds from the outermost part of its atmosphere. These have raised the threat of solar storms striking earth. The biggest storms come as a result of a coronal...
On 7 June 2021, NASA’s Jupiter space probe Juno conducted a close flyby of the giant planet’s moon, Ganymede, and recorded some bizarre sounds. They used the probes "Waves" instrument to record the moon's electromagnetic waves, which are...
A bright fireball was recorded as it streaked through the night sky over Indiana at 01:04 UTC on December 8, 2021. The event lasted about 4 seconds. The American Meteor Society (AMS) has so far received...
Last week, a lonely SpaceX rocket blasted off from California with NASA's ambitious Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART). The first-of-its-kind mission will rendezvous with a duo of asteroids next year, called Didymos and Dimorphos, to test the Earth's best - and...