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Landscape painters have been representing clouds in their art for centuries. Different artists with different styles have painted clouds differently. Check out the Clouds in Art Interactive ...Read more Brought to you by CMMAP
Galileo Galilei was an Italian astronomer and physicist who lived between 1564-1642. He was the first person to use a telescope to look at the sky. He discovered sunspots, craters and peaks in the moon ...Read more
Galaxies are huge collections of stars, gas and dust, and mysterious dark matter. Galaxies are thousands of light years across and contain billions of stars. We are in the Milky Way galaxy ...Read more
2/20 On this date in 1962 John Glenn becomes the first American man to orbit Earth. Details
2/21 George Hale, an American astronomer, died on this date in 1938 Details
2/25 Birthday of Maria Winkelmann Kirch, a German astronomer, on this date in 1670 Details