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Science@NASA

features the latest news in science. Recent topics include skiing on the moon, lightning in hurricanes, something strange about moon shadows, the growing brightness of Venus, moon dust, space radiation's affect on computers, a lunar lawn mower, fireball sightings, and the shape of space-time around Earth. (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)

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Interesting Fact:

Hurricanes notoriously lack lightning. Surprisingly though, during the record-setting hurricane season of 2005, three of the most powerful storms -- Rita, Katrina, and Emily -- had lots of lightning. Researchers would like to know why.
Explosion on the Moon: An artist's concept of the Nov. 7, 2005, explosion. Credit: NASA/MSFC.

Explosion on the moon


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