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Eclipse Aug 21 2017 Mid Atlantic Shadow Animation Videos

On Monday August 21 we will experience a once a lifetime event in the United States. A total eclipse of the sun will only be seen only in the continental United States for the first time since 1918. A total of 3.4% of the population in the path of totality, with a lot more people

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Record Low Rocket Launch and Return Of Heat

Thursday June 29 Record Low Wednesday morning was a chilly one across the east, and that is a rare thing for the end of June. Instead of heat and humidity, we had a legitimate chill in the air. At Baltimore's BWI, the low temperature officially dropped to 51ºF breaking a 47 year old record low

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Viewing The Rocket Launch Tonight Weather Permitting

June 13 2017 NASA will once again attempt to launch a Terrier-Improved Malemute sounding rocket this evening. The flight window is between 9:04 PM and 9:19 PM. I have a live online streaming video link posted below. I suggest that you find a spot outside with an unobstructed view to the Southeast so you can watch the launch

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