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Strange Sightings And Landings Took Place 56 Years Ago Near Levelland, Texas

Fifty-four years ago, something happened in the small town if Levelland in the Panhandle that made national news, yet is still unexplained today.

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Space X Grasshopper Does Strange/Sexy/Magik On The Launch Pad – Ring Of Fire

I grew up during the age man began to develop space travel, to someday take man between the stones of fire in our solar system. With the triumphs, the tragedies ring the remembrance bell. In my mental rolodex of failed lift-offs, pad explosions and self-destructs, these images play every time I watch a new lift-off

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Spencer Bennett
Spencer Bennett

Comet Panstarrs Turning Out To Be A Dud

A few people are spending an hour or two trying to view comet Panstarrs. Even fewer are seeing it.

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Science@NASA
Science@NASA

Comet Panstarrs Will Be Visible This Weekend In The Western Sky

Comet Panstarrs, which was discovered back in June 2011, has been visible in the southern hemisphere, but this weekend will make an appearance where we in West Texas can see it.

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Night Sky

Seven Years Ago, I Saw Something I Had Never Seen Before In The Night Sky

On this day 7 years ago, I saw something in the sky I couldn't explain.

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YouTube

In a Replay of 1908, Meteorite Explodes Over Siberia, Hundreds Injured From The Blasts

While everyone else on the planet including NASA, is paying attention to asteroid 2012 DA14 that will fly past Earth only 17,200 miles above our planet's surface around lunch time today, the Russia’s Urals region have been rocked by a meteorite explosion in the stratosphere. The impact wave damaged several buildings, and blew out thousands of windows amid frigid winter weather. Hundreds are seeking medical attention for minor injuries.

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NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS
NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS

Can You Guess Where This Photo of a ‘Squirrel’ Was Taken?

Can you spot the squirrel in this picture? Nothing special about that, except this particular photo was taken by NASA...on Mars!

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NASA/MSFC/B. Cooke, NASA's Meteoroid Environment Office
NASA/MSFC/B. Cooke, NASA's Meteoroid Environment Office

Geminids Making The Most of Their Annual Appearence

Because you haven’t had enough this week, here’s more star watching news: The Geminid Meteor Shower is going to peak tomorrow morning (Friday) before dawn, so if you’d like to get a glimpse of meteors falling from the sky, get up early Friday and look up.

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SpeceWeather.com
SpeceWeather.com

International Space Station Buzzes West Texas

Last night was the radio station’s Christmas party but I had to duck out for a few minutes for some very important business that had to do with...space travel. No I’m not Dr. Who or Capt. Kirk, I’m a sky watcher, and I knew that the International Space Station (ISS) would be making a flyover West Texas at exactly 6:25PM.

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NASA Earth Observatory:NOAA NGDC
NASA Earth Observatory:NOAA NGDC

NASA Releases New Nighttime Image

If you have followed my blogs for any time at all, you know that one of my favorite things to do is to Skywatch; to look at stars and satellites cruising the space above our planet. Sometimes I forget there are things looking back down at us

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