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How to see the 2020 Orionid meteor shower, active now and peaking soon – CNET

This week brings prime prime meteor spotting, as the shooting star extravaganza gets set to peak.

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Halley’s Comet in 1986.
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The Draconid meteor shower and a stunning show from Mars in the night sky served as the opening act for the Orionid meteor shower, which is already active and visible now. 
The Orionids are considered a major meteor shower based on the amount of visible meteors that can be seen racing toward inevitable doom during its active period, which runs roughly from the first week of October to the first week of November. 
The show is already active and the American Meteor…

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‘Universequake’: 39 Gravitational Wave Events Discovered – Webby Feed

Although it may be very odd for regular people, the fabric of spacetime itself is able to literally shake due to a cataclysmic cosmic event like a neutron star…

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Although it may be very odd for regular people, the fabric of spacetime itself is able to literally shake due to a cataclysmic cosmic event like a neutron star collision. Space and time are far from being made of ‘nothing’ like people usually perceive them, and a recent proof from the scientific collaboration known as LIGO/Virgo comes to support that idea.
39 gravitational wave events were discovered by LIGO/VIRGO scientists during the first six months of their third observing run. 26 of these events…

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Ogre-Faced Spiders: These Spiders Can Hear – Even Though They Have No Ears – SciTechDaily

Ogre-faced spiders, named for their massive eyes, hide during the day and hunt by night, dangling from Florida palm fronds and casting silk nets on insects on the…

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This photo shows a frontal view of an ogre-faced spider, showing their large eyes. Credit: Jay Stafstrom
Ogre-faced spiders, named for their massive eyes, hide during the day and hunt by night, dangling from Florida palm fronds and casting silk nets on insects on the ground and in the air. In addition to their incredible night vision, these spiders also can hear their predators and prey, researchers report in the journal Current Biology on October 29, 2020. Having no ears, the spiders use hairs…

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Hubble Telescope discovers’big pumpkin’ in space for Halloween – haveeruonline

Family sitting on the sofa watching Charlie Brown helping his friend Linus wait for the Great Pumpkin. Halloween, They will be surprised to hear that NASA

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Family sitting on the sofa watching Charlie Brown helping his friend Linus wait for the Great Pumpkin. Halloween
, They will be surprised to hear that NASA has already found a larger pumpkin.
NASA’s image Hubble Space Telescope
Show me what looks like a giant jack-o-lantern in the sky. “The Pumpkin” is actually a picture of the early stages of a collision between two galaxies.
The pumpkin’s face consists of a curved blue grin made up of two aging red stars and a newborn star cluster that form the…

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