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Red Moon: Lunar eclipse to make memorable solstice

Weather permitting, skygazers in northern America and Europe are in for a treat in the early morning hours of Tuesday, when the first total lunar eclipse in almost three years is poised to turn the Moon pink, coppery or even a blood red. Coinciding eerily with the northern hemisphere’s mid-winter…

Two asteroids to pass close to Earth, but won’t hit: NASA

WASHINGTON — Two asteroids were set to pass close to Earth on Wednesday but posed no risk, the US space agency NASA said. NASA said its sky observation from Arizona discovered the objects on September 5. One asteroid was believed to be 10 to 20 meters (32 to 65 feet)…

Secretary of State Clinton arrives in quake-hit Haiti

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton arrived Saturday in Haiti to work on an urgent bid to clear logistics hurdles and find creative ways to deliver aid to quake-hit Haitians. Clinton, who arrived in the devastated capital Port-au-Prince shortly before 2000 GMT, is the highest-ranking US official to visit Haiti…

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