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Rosetta Probe Wakes Up After Dreaming For Seven Months - http://www.madforscience.com/rosetta-probe-wakes-up-after-dreaming-for-seven-months/

The boulder-strewn, smooth Hapi region in Comet neck, with the Hathor cliff face to the right, captured by the Rosetta spacecraft.

Once-in-a million, space encounter: Comet flying by Mars, Sunday — RT News

Once-in-a million, space encounter: Comet flying by Mars, Sunday — RT News

Colin Legg in Australia last night (July 15, 2015) photographed the comet that’s going to be in the same part of the sky this weekend as the spectacular display of the moon and bright planets Venus and Jupiter. It’s called C/2014 Q1 (PANSTARRS), and if it were in a darker sky, we’d all be rushing out to see it. As it is, the Southern Hemisphere has a better chance of seeing this comet over the next few days as it reaches a maximum brightness.

Comet (PANSTARRS) is easiest to catch in binoculars from Earth's Southern Hemisphere. Many have captured dazzling photos of the comet.

ScienceCasts: Amazing Sunset Sky Show. Look west for Venus / Jupiter conjunction on June 30 2015 @ dusk

Amazing Sunset Sky Show - NASA Science Venus and Jupiter are converging for a must-see close encounter at the end of June. It could be the best backyard sky show of

NASA | SDO Sees Two Solar Flares - YouTube - The sun emitted a significant solar flare, peaking at 7:42 a.m. EDT on June 10, 2014. NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory - which typically observes the entire sun 24 hours a day -- captured images of the flare.

The sun emitted a significant solar flare, peaking at a. EDT on June NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory - which typically observes the entire.

Big Questions: Dark Matter - YouTube

Don Lincoln, Fermilab scientist and author of Alien Universe: Extraterrestrial Life in Our Minds and in the Cosmos, discusses dark matter.

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