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Super Typhoon Haiyan

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The super typhoon Haiyan which left of path of destruction in Philippine has been photographed by an astronaut from space. This photo was taken one day after it hit Phillipines. The typhoon doesn’t seems to be weakened by this impact on Phillippine and seems strong as ever. Haiyan’s next target is Vietnam. NASA astronaut Karen Nyberg spotted Typhoon Haiyan through ... Read More »

Orionid Meteor Shower Begins Tonight

The Orionid meteor shower, which has been known to produce bright fireballs, can be seen in the sky beginning after midnight, on early October 21. The Orionids are an annual meteor shower which last about a week in late-October. Sometimes meteors may occur at rates of 50-70 per hour, and the best way to spot them is to look up. ... Read More »

Astronauts enter world’s 1st private supply ship

Space station astronauts floated into the Dragon on Saturday, a day after its heralded arrival as the world’s first commercial supply ship. NASA astronaut Donald Pettit, the first one into the docked capsule, said it reminded him of the cargo capability of his pickup truck back home in Houston. “The smell inside smells like a brand new car,” Pettit reported. ... Read More »

Sun Threatens to Unleash Most Powerful Solar Flares

A massive sunspot group has taken shape on the surface of the sun and soon it might start spouting off some powerful storms. The huge sunspot complex, known as AR 1476, rotated into Earth’s view over the weekend. It measures more than 60,000 miles (100,000 kilometers) across, researchers said. Scientists with NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory mission, a space-based telescope watching ... Read More »