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“Our oceans, our future” is the theme for World Oceans Day 2017.
Rip currents – sometimes called by the misnomer rip tide – flow outward from beaches, sometimes faster than humans can swim. Here’s what to do if you get caught in one.
On June 3, July 10 and July 17, astronomers will be watching as tiny MU69 in the outer solar system – the New Horizons spacecraft’s next target – occults or blocks the light from 3 different stars.
New video from NASA about studies looking at the effects of space travel on the human body’s immune system.
Happy birthday June babies! Your month has 3 birthstones – pearl, moonstone, and Alexandrite.
The Atlantic hurricane season starts June 1 and ends November 30. Here are the hurricane names for the 2017 season.
More tornadoes occur in the U.S. than any other country, mainly in the Great Plains, Midwest and southern states. Two meteorology professors answer questions.
Will the sky on September 23, 2017 mirror “signs” from the Book of Revelation in the Bible? An astronomer responds.
Super cool, interactive image of a transit across the sky of the International Space Station, via Project Nightflight of Austria.
Radar astronomers are peering toward asteroid 2017 CS, closest on May 29. Another asteroid – 418094 (2007 WV4) – will be closest June 1. Charts here for Saturday night, for 8-inch or larger ‘scopes!
Young moon after sunset June 25
El Capitan on 1st day of summer