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Updates on your cosmos and world

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Venus at its brightest in morning sky http://bit.ly/2pdpnm1

Day side of Venus now covering more area - as seen in Earth's sky - than at any other time during this morning apparition. So Venus is now at its brightest!
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EarthSky shoutout to Deborah J Richards! Thank you for your kind donation!

One week left to donate. We need you! http://bit.ly/2oLIq4b
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Meet Gary Parkerson, the pedaling astronomer ...

http://bit.ly/2oIzQan
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Stephen Pawlawski caught a sun pillar this morning, looking north east across Puget sound from Manchester, Washington, towards Seattle.
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Last night's moon from Gowrishankar Lakshminarayanan in NYC.

He wrote: “This is a 13-image composite of the waxing crescent moon setting behind the Empire State Building in NYC. The moon sequence is placed 2 minutes, 30 seconds apart.”
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Only one week to go in EarthSky's once-a-year fund-raiser. We need YOU! Please help EarthSky keep going: http://bit.ly/2oLiDZL
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Last night's moon from Gowrishankar Lakshminarayanan in NYC.

He wrote: “This is a 13-image composite of the waxing crescent moon setting behind the Empire State Building in NYC. The moon sequence is placed 2 minutes, 30 seconds apart.”
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Good morning!

Last night's moon near bright star Aldebaran. Mars also nearby:
http://bit.ly/2oIBt7G

Photo: Mohamed Laaïfat
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Why birds smash into windows http://bit.ly/2oB7A9i

Up to 1 billion birds die each year in the U.S. due to collisions with windows. Why do birds slam into windows, and what can you do to prevent it?
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How Kepler saw Neptune http://bit.ly/2oGfE8M

New video from NASA depicting the observations of our solar system's 8th planet, Neptune, by the famous planet-hunting Kepler telescope.
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