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Catch Tonight’s “Ring Of Fire” Solar Eclipse Live

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Mother Nature is the ultimate attention seeker and tonight, April 28th, at 11 p.m PT/2 a.m ET she will be showing us the “Ring Of Fire” annular solar eclipse. The only place on earth this event will be visible is the Antarctic and since we’re not jumping on a bus there anytime soon, you can catch it by watching the Live stream, video after the break.

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Curiosity Shows Methane Lacking In Mars Atmosphere

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NASA’s Curiosity rover has sent back data showing that the Mars environment does not contain methane gas. Previous data had shown that there was methane gas on Mars so this latest report has left scientists puzzled. Curiosity has been on a mission to find traces of methane in the atmosphere because methane gas is an indicator of potential life.

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