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Scientists Discover The Oldest, Largest Body Of Water In Existence—In Space

Around a black hole 12 billion light years away, there’s an almost unimaginable vapor cloud of water—enough to supply an entire planet’s worth of water for every person on earth, 20,000 times over…read on

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Seen in a composite picture taken from Sweden on Saturday, the moon emerges from the last total lunar eclipse for three years.

In North America, early-rising sky-watchers in the U.S. West witnessed the start of the three-and-a-half-hour moon show, beginning at 4:45 a.m. Pacific time. For most of the rest of the country, the eclipse was a nonstarter, as it occurred during daylight hours.

The entire lunar eclipse was visible from East Asia, Australia, and the far western part of North America that includes Alaska and Canada’s Yukon and Northwest Territories.

In Sweden and the rest of northern Europe, the full moon emerged from Earth’s shadow as the natural satellite rose on Saturday night.

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ScienceCasts: The Great Lakes of Europa

Scientists studying data from NASA’s Galileo probe have discovered what appears to be a body of liquid water the volume of the North American Great Lakes locked inside the icy shell of Jupiter’s moon Europa. This improves the odds that Europa is a habitat for extraterrestrial life.

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