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Spacey Sunday: 5 Years a Star

Christine, here, taking a shot at Spacey Sunday! Jeremiah’s much better at this than I am, and provides more details than I do. However, I just couldn’t NOT share this wonderful video with you all.

If you haven’t seen it yet, here is NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory five-years-in-the-making video about our favorite star: the Sun. Keeps us alive, you know.

Over 200 million images in various wavelengths were compiled into a five-minute video. It depicts our sun as it bubbles and burns, hurling out fantastic flares as if giant firebenders were dancing on its surface. The video makes it seem both delicate and majestic. I hope you enjoy it.

From Ceres to Europa: A “Space Sunday” Year in Review

Ah December, it’s a time for holidays and for the past to be remembered. As we look forward to the New Year, we also tend to look back at all that was achieved and learned in the past 12 months. I’m no exception to that tendency, and today I’m going to have a look back at some of my favorite stories in space from this year. I’ll narrow it down to just my top three.

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Man On The Moon! Reliving the Apollo 11 Landing

Hey there, space cadets! It looks like I’ll be displaying my particular nerd fascination in space on this blog. It’s something that I have held an interest in for my whole life, and with Space Sunday, I can share these interests with anybody and everybody!

What better a way to start this segment by beginning at mankind’s most famous achievement in space exploration: the Apollo 11 lunar landing!! Continue reading Man On The Moon! Reliving the Apollo 11 Landing