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Live and recent images of the Sun from telescopes around the world and satellites in space. Spanning the spectrum from X-rays to infrared images, these views reveal sunspots, solar flares, and ...Read more Brought to you by CISM
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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
1/29 Friedrich Mohs, a German scientist who studied minerals, was born on this date in 1773 Details
1/31 Explorer 1, the first U.S. satellite to orbit the Earth, was launched on this date in 1958 Details
2/1 Werner Heisenberg, a German physicist, died on this date in 1976 Details