Residents from the Space Coast and beyond gathered at the Orlando Melbourne International Airport on March 24th and 25th to attend the 5th annual Melbourne Air and Space Show.  Both days of the show yielded beautiful clear skies and mild temperatures, making for ideal conditions to both fly and spectate.    The show grounds featured

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Spring has finally arrived despite the confusing weather, and the American Museum of Natural History in New York is hosting a series of events this weekend to “explore eclipses and the phenomena behind Sun-Earth interactions.” Here is a look at the visual perception aspects of the 2017 total solar eclipse—and

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Researchers are analyzing dialects and historical records to unravel the formation of a Creole language [caption id="attachment_9812" align="alignnone" width="1300"] What can a modern-day Creole language tell us about its first speakers in the 1600s? Credit: M M Flickr (CC BY-SA 2.0)[/caption]   Often, you can tell where someone grew up by the way

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An Atlas V rocket built by United Launch Alliance took to the sky above the Space Coast on the afternoon of Thursday, March 1st. The rocket left Space Launch Complex 41 on Cape Canaveral Air Force Station and began its journey towards space at the beginning of the 5:02 pm

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Anyone who follows environmental issues on Capitol Hill has likely seen them—groups of women in bright-red T-shirts with small kids in tow. These are the volunteers of Moms Clean Air Force, and they're pushing lawmakers to consider how U.S. EPA's actions will affect families.   The "supermoms" have become a frequent presence

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