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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
The magnetic field of the Earth is surrounded in a region called the magnetosphere. The magnetosphere prevents most of the particles from the sun, carried in solar wind, from hitting the Earth ...Read more
Stars are huge balls of gas and plasma that give off heat and light. Our Sun is an "average" star - some stars are much larger or smaller. Stars are powered by nuclear fusion in their cores ...Read more
7/4 Henrietta Swan Leavitt, an Americam astronomer, was born on this date in 1868 Details
7/4 Marie Curie, a Nobel prize-winning physicist and chemist, died on this date in 1934. Details
7/4 Gioavanni Schiaparelli, an Italian astronomer, died on this date in 1910 Details