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Carlos Santana and Travis Hafner homered to lead the Cleveland Indians to a 6-3 win over the Chicago White Sox on Wednesday night. Santana hit his fourth homer of the season, a three-run shot in the fifth inning that landed well behind the Indians' bullpen in right field. Hafner added a two-run shot in the ninth.

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Hope for some leadership on that team

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One World Trade Center to become the tallest skyscraper in New York City.

Time-lapse video via +NBC New York: http://nbcnews.to/JXvBwW
Photo gallery: http://nbcnews.to/IiFZe3
Photo credit: John Makely / msnbc.com
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Ash and Lightning Above Eyjafjallajökull Volcano, Iceland

April 17, 2010

Image Credit & Copyright: Marco Fulle
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Meteor Over Crater Lake

Did you see it? One of the more common questions during a meteor shower occurs because the time it takes for a meteor to flash is typically less than the time it takes for a head to turn. Possibly, though, the glory of seeing bright meteors shoot across and knowing that they were once small pebbles on another world might make it all worthwhile, even if your observing partner(s) could not share in every particular experience. Peaking over the past few days, a dark moonless sky allowed the Lyrids meteor shower to exhibit as many as 30 visible meteors per hour from some locations. A bright Lyrid meteor streaks above picturesque Crater Lake in Oregon, USA, in this composite of nine exposures taken last week. Snow covers the foreground, while the majestic central band of our home galaxy arches well behind the serene lake. Other meteor showers this year include the Perseids in mid-August and the Leonids in mid-November, both expected to also dodge the glare of a bright Moon in 2012.

Image Credit & Copyright: Brad Goldpaint
Explanation of the image from: http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap120425.html
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