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MoonArk will be a philosophical mini-museum, left on the moon for future explorers to discover

The nine-ounce MoonArk will be attached to a small lunar rover so that one day it may be picked up by lunar explorers sometime in the future. It was developed by faculty at Carnegie Mellon University, along with collaborators from around the world.
Tags: Cnn, Moon, Carnegie Mellon University, MoonArk


ColourPop's Glittery Sailor Moon Collection Is Infused With Sparkling Stars and Mini Moons

Prepare to fight evil by the moonlight and look cute as hell by the daylight with ColourPop's glittery new Sailor Moon-inspired makeup collection. The nostalgic '90s makeup line is only available for a limited time and features a lenticular printed palette meant to pop right off of the box like an IRL GIF. So, yes, it's giving us full-on heart eyes à la Princess Serenity herself. The Pretty Guardian Eye Shadow Palette ($20) includes an assortment of matte and metallic colors with whimsical names...
Tags: Makeup, Beauty, Moon, Nostalgia, Collections, Blush, Sailor Moon, Beauty News, Beauty Shopping, Beauty Trends, Eye Shadow, Colourpop, Rosey Pink, Soft Lilac


ColourPop's Sailor Moon Makeup Comes With Moon Prism Crystal Gels and Tuxedo Rose Eye Shadow

Prepare to fight evil by the moonlight and look cute as hell by the daylight with ColourPop's glittery new Sailor Moon-inspired makeup collection. The nostalgic '90s makeup line is only available for a limited time and features a lenticular printed palette meant to pop right off of the box like an IRL GIF. So, yes, it's giving us full-on heart eyes à la Princess Serenity herself. The Pretty Guardian Eye Shadow Palette ($20) includes an assortment of matte and metallic colors with whimsical names...
Tags: Makeup, Beauty, Moon, Nostalgia, Collections, Blush, Sailor Moon, Beauty News, Beauty Shopping, Beauty Trends, Eye Shadow, Colourpop, Rosey Pink, Soft Lilac


7 philosophers who were exiled from their societies

Many thinkers have been killed for their ideas. Some got away with exile.Most of the ones we'll look at here were driven out by the government, but others fled for their own safety.The fact that some of these thinkers are still famous centuries after their exile suggests they might have been on to something, even if their countrymen disagreed. It's no secret that people often have a difficult time allowing radical thinkers to live in peace. History is full of examples of philosophers who died fo...
Tags: Europe, London, Crime, Greece, France, Government, China, Germany, Nazis, America, Turkey, Cologne, Paris, Moon, Innovation, Portugal


NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine is coming to TC Sessions: Space 2020

This year marks our first-ever TC Sessions: Space event, and what better way to kick things off than with the head of NASA: Administrator Jim Bridenstine will join us onstage on June 25 in LA. NASA has been more open than ever before to working with startups and entrepreneurs, and we’ll hear directly from the administrator why that’s the case, and what kind of opportunities might be open to founders in the future. Administrator Bridenstine took over leading the U.S. science and space agency i...
Tags: TC, Space, Spacex, La, Events, Tech, Nasa, Moon, Mars, Boeing, Artemis, Bessemer Venture Partners, Jim Bridenstine, Bridenstine, Tess Hatch, Commercial Lunar Payload Services CLPS


Moon and Jupiter

The crescent Moon takes aim at the planet Jupiter, the giant of the solar system, early tomorrow. They will be low in the southeast at first light. Jupiter looks like a brilliant star.
Tags: Space, Moon, Jupiter


South Korean President Calls for ‘Extraordinary Steps’ to Combat Virus

(Bloomberg) -- President Moon Jae-in said the spreading coronavirus is an emergency for South Korea’s economy and called for “extraordinary” steps to minimize its impact.“An emergency situation warrants an emergency prescription,” Moon told his Cabinet on Tuesday, warning that the virus’s impact could be bigger and longer-lasting than a 2015 epidemic that killed 38 people in South Korea and hit growth. Back then, the central bank responded with a rate cut and the government enacted a 11.6 trilli...
Tags: South Korea, News, China, Bloomberg, Moon, Seoul, Cabinet, Bank of Korea, Lee Ju Yeol, Hong, Moon Jae, Sam Kim, Malcolm Scott, Hong Nam ki, Moon Hong, DB Financial Investment


Watch Mars Disappear Behind the Moon in the Early Morning Sky

In what is known as an occultation, Mars will briefly be blocked by the moon on Tuesday morning.
Tags: News, California, Moon, Planets, Mars, Solar System, Los Angeles (Calif, Space and Astronomy, Mars (Planet


TRANSCRIPT Ep 13 | Pisces Season: Gopher It!

Transcript: Big Sky Astrology Podcast, Episode 13 013 | Pisces Season: Gopher It! (February 17, 2020)   Jen: Hey friends. Jen here. Today is February 17th, 2020. And here once again for fellowship, fun and the astro-lowdown is my buddy, astrologer April Elliott Kent. Hey, April! April: Hey Jen, you did it! You got fellowship in there. Jen: I got the word fellowship in there. Take note my friends. April: Yes. Jen: My friends who challenged me to throw fellowship into the podcast this week. Apr...
Tags: Apple, Minnesota, Minneapolis, Moon, Npr, Catholic, Lady Gaga, New Mexico, Leo, Mars, West Coast, Jupiter, Pluto, Neptune, Venus, Libra


Open University scientists testing 'Moon dust' for water

Scientists at the Open University are studying minerals collected during the 1969 Moon landings.
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At the Snow Mist Café...

... you can talk all night.This morning the sunrise caused a mist to rise up from the snow on the lake.A bit earlier... ... a dog walk on the ice.And here's a picture of the moon in the sunrise... [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Photography, Law, Dogs, Moon, Ice, Sunrise, Fog, Lake Mendota, Ann Althouse, Snow Mist Café


NASA is Looking for New Astronauts

"With a renewed interest in sending humans back to the Moon and then eventually to Mars, NASA needs all the able-bodied space explorers it can get..." writes BGR. "The requirements are, well, pretty strict, but what else would you expect from a group that sends humans into space?" Quoting NASA.gov: Since the 1960s, NASA has selected 350 people to train as astronaut candidates for its increasingly challenging missions to explore space. With 48 astronauts in the active astronaut corps, more wil...
Tags: Tech, Nasa, Earth, United States, International Space Station, Moon, Orion, Mars


If You Take A Selfie Through A Toilet Roll Tube, You’ll Look Like The Moon

cristpf Welcome to the internet, the only place you’ll see people taking selfies trough toilet paper roll tube and pretending they’re the Moon… You can join them via #MoonSelfie tag on Instagram. More: Instagram cardcorinne thiccboicombo crazy_benj speedycrack cyklodanis rustinopatatino k.p.caja hannes.christian laimeeraitasukka adwarfable_hank summertravk siamesejasmine falcaolins78... Source
Tags: Photography, Design, Selfie, Moon, Humor, Toilet, Roll, Tube


Set your alarm: Moon, Mars and Earth to align before dawn on Tuesday

An eclipse-like event will cause Mars to vanish from the sky over North America early Tuesday morning in a rare event known to astronomers as a lunar occultation.Similar to an eclipse when the Earth, moon and sun fall in line, during an occultation, the Earth, moon and a planet align. As a result, the Red Planet will be hidden from sight as it appears to pass directly behind the moon during Tuesday's event. The planet Venus is visible on top of the moon as viewed from Quezon City, north o...
Tags: Europe, Texas, Science, Earth, United States, Moon, Mars, North America, East Coast, Accuweather, Venus, Rockies, Southwest, Midwest, Manila Philippines, Red Planet


The scientific secrets inside a single grain of moon dust

While scientists have studied Moon rocks for 50 years, researchers have for the first time conducted deep analysis on a single grain of lunar dust, atom by atom. Using a common materials science technique called atom probe tomography that's not widely used by geologists, the Chicago Field Museum's Jennika Greer and colleagues probed the grain of soil -- about the width of a human hair -- and were able to learn about the Moon's surface its elemental composition. From the Field Museum: In...
Tags: Post, Space, Science, News, Moon, Geology, Greer, Chicago Field Museum, Nanoscience, Jennika Greer, Northwestern University Greer


Breaking The Glass Ceiling: First Female Sheriff In Nevada County Shares Her Inspiration

GRASS VALLEY (CBS13) — Shannan Moon wears the sheriff badge now, but it all started inside a patrol car out in her community. “You come together as a team, you come together as coworkers,” said Moon. Moon was born and raised in Grass Valley. From a little girl, she watched her father, in the same agency, work his way up to Deputy Sheriff and then to be the Nevada City chief of police. She says he “was very honored and proud of the service he had, always having time for people, anybody that would...
Tags: News, California, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Moon, Cbs, Nevada, Nevada City, Tommy, Edie Falco, Moon Moon, Grass Valley News, Shannan Moon, First Female Rancho Cordova Police, Nevada County Shierff's Office


Does Your Natal Moon Show What Your Children Will Be Like?

strawb. wrote in the forum: “I wonder if the Moon in a woman’s chart can describe what kind of children she will have and her life after children… for example. this Cancer woman I know with Moon and Mars conjunct … Read More...
Tags: Moon, Astrology, Discuss, Mom and Dad


Moon and Spica

Spica, the brightest star of the constellation Virgo, will stand below the Moon at first light tomorrow, and farther to the lower right of the Moon on Friday.
Tags: Space, Moon, Virgo, Spica


NASA Puts a Price On a 2024 Moon Landing: $35 Billion

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: Nearly 10 months after Vice President Mike Pence directed NASA to return astronauts to the Moon by 2024, the space agency has estimated how much its Artemis Program will cost. NASA says it will need an additional $35 billion over the next four years -- on top of its existing budget -- to develop a Human Landing System to get down to the Moon's surface from lunar orbit while also accelerating other programs to make the 2024 date. NASA's human...
Tags: Congress, Tech, Nasa, United States, Moon, Mike Pence, Johnson Space Center, Trump White House, Artemis program, Doug Loverro, U S House of Representatives the White House


At the Morning Moon Cafe...

... talk about anything except the presidential primary, which is up for discussion in the previous post. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Photography, Law, Moon, Ann Althouse


2021 NASA budget request includes $3.3B for human lunar landers, $430M for Moon resource development

The Trump White House today issued its , and it included a 12% increase in requested funding to NASA’s coffers, as expected. That puts the total request for NASA at $25.2 billion, nearly half, or $12.3 billion, of which is earmarked specifically to support NASA’s efforts to return to the surface of the Moon and to eventually land people on Mars. Highlights from the proposed budget, which was issued by the Office of Management and Budget on Monday, include $3.3 billion specifically designate ...
Tags: TC, Space, Science, White House, Tech, Nasa, Earth, Flight, Moon, Orion, Mars, Astronaut, Spaceflight, Aerospace, Outer Space, Office of Management and Budget


TRANSCRIPT Ep 12 | Mercury Retrograde: Where Are My Pants?

Big Sky Astrology Podcast, Episode 12 012 | Mercury Retrograde: Where Are My Pants? (February 10, 2020) Jen: Welcome to the Big Sky Astrology podcast with April Elliott Kent and me, producer and cohost Jen Braun. Hey friends, Jen here. Today is February 10th, 2020. And as always with me is my galactic gal pal, astrologer April Elliott Kent. Hey April! April: Hello Jen! People don’t realize this, but I never know quite how you’re going to introduce me. And it’s always a surprise. I’m your gala...
Tags: Courtney Love, Moon, San Diego, Mars, Saturn, Jupiter, Pluto, Sherman, Neptune, Venus, Libra, Virgo, Scorpio, Capricorn, Aries, Sagittarius


Researchers develop technique for analyzing moon dust from a single grain

A technique called atom probe tomography analyzes single grains which are about the width of a human hair.
Tags: News, Trends, Moon, Apollo, Emerging Tech, Space News, Moon Dust


Weekly Forecast: February 10-14, 2020 – Passionate Scorpio Moon For Valentine’s Day

This week, the Moon moves from Virgo, through Libra, and deep into Scorpio. The mood starts out detail and service oriented then the focus orients on relating, a more airy give and take. Finally the collective mood dives deep into … Read More...
Tags: Daily, Moon, Libra, Virgo, Astrology


"President Trump claimed on Saturday that a viral photo of his tan lines, which prompted #OrangeFace to trend on Twitter, was photoshopped...."

The Daily Beast reports.According to @photowhitehouse, the source of the photo, "This picture was never photoshopped, but used the Apple smartphone’s photo app to adjust the color of the picture": ⁦@realDonaldTrump⁩ returns to the White House from Charlotte, North Carolina. Photo by William Moon at the South Lawn of the White House on February 7, 2020 pic.twitter.com/n1a1Z93LrJ — White House Photos (@photowhitehouse) February 7, 2020 ADDED: TMZ says:DT was captured on camera by a guy named Will...
Tags: Apple, Photography, Law, White House, Moon, Getty, Orange, Tanning, Trump, Donald J Trump, Charlotte North Carolina, South Lawn, Ann Althouse, Trump styles, William Moon


Snow Moon February 2020

Between the harvest moon, wolf moon, blood moon, and the many other versions of the supermoon, it probably seems like there’s a special moon more often than a normal moon these days. But if you don’t have moon fatigue just yet, you may want to try to catch the Snow Moon hanging in the sky from this Friday night, February 7, to Monday morning, February 10. The moon won’t be any whiter than usual, and won’t affect the weather. The name of this celestial event comes from Native American tribes ...
Tags: Travel, Moon, All, Full Moon, Moons, Snow Moon


Trump said to propose roughly $3 billion NASA budget boost for 2021

President Donald Trump is set to request a budget of $25.6 billion for NASA for its fiscal 2021 operating year, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday. It’s looking for nearly $3 billion more than the $22.6 billion NASA had for its current fiscal year, and the bulk of the new funding is said to be earmarked for development of new human lunar landers. This represents one of the single largest proposed budget increases for NASA in a couple of decades, but reflects Trump’s renewed commitment...
Tags: TC, Space, Spacex, Congress, Tech, Nasa, Moon, President, Lockheed Martin, Donald Trump, Spaceflight, Aerospace, Boeing, Wall Street Journal, WSJ, Artemis


10 Children’s Books to Read This Winter, Reviewed By Kids

What should kids read this winter? The editors of TIME for Kids selected 10 recently released books for middle-grade readers. From graphic novels and memoirs to works of historical fiction—there are options for bookworms, reluctant readers and every kid in between. Our team of TIME for Kids Kid Reporters read and reviewed our picks. Here’s what they had to say about this season’s 10 notable reads. Pavi Sharma’s Guide to Going Home, Bridget Farr Reviewed by Alexis Bumah Book: ...
Tags: Books, News, Uncategorized, Alabama, Atlanta, Nasa, Earth, Pandora, Moon, Albert Einstein, Rex, Cia, Harlem, Don, Christine, Charlie


Moon Colonization is Over 72 Times Easier Than Mars Colonization

Mars has a launch window every 26-months. The round trip travel time to the moon is about 11 days. This means that you could send 72 round trips to the moon for every launch window to Mars. Doug... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Moon, Innovation, Mars


State of the Union: Trump reaffirms desire to see U.S. put a flag on Mars

During his State of the Union speech, President Trump said he wanted the U.S. to be the first nation on Mars.
Tags: News, Trends, Nasa, Moon, Mars, Artemis, Trump, Emerging Tech, State Of The Union, President Trump