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Moonrise in New Zealand. (Mark Gee Video at apod.nasa.gov)
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Wanna See Something Cool? Part One 2013

I created this series to show off some amazing photos and videos from around the world and from out in space.

I did a few of these back in 2012 and we begin 2013 with an image from New Zealand. A video using an extreme telephoto lens with some accompanying music creates a memorable scene

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NASA May Stage Angry Birds-Style Invasion of Martian Moon

The Angry Birds franchise turned to NASA for the development and promotion of their game Angry Birds Space. Now it appears the space agency is turning to the super-addictive game for their latest strategy to explore the great beyond.

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Endeavour Crater on Mars
The Opportunity Mars rover at Endeavour Crater. (NASA/JPL)
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What About the Other Rovers on Mars?

While the headlines from the science world are coming from the Curiosity Mars rover, not much is being published about older rovers on the planet.

The trophy for the "Little Rover That Could" should go to Opportunity, which is now starting its 10th year on the red planet

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Black Hole
Dinnertime at a black hole. (NASA/SOFIA/FORCAST team/lau et al.2013)
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Wanna See Something Cool? And Slightly Scary?

Time for one of our regular visits to the world of science.

At the center of our Milky Way galaxy, there is a black hole. The gravity force at a black hole is so great that light can not escape

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Was “One Small Step” a Lie?

If you haven’t heard already, apparently Neil Armstrong lied about having not preplanned the phrase “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” Neil had always insisted that he came up with the phrase after he landed on the moon. Neil’s brother however, is telling a different story now that Neil is dead.

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Spacecraft Named by Bozeman Students to Crash Into Moon

LOS ANGELES (AP) - NASA's latest moon mission is about to meet its end.

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December 13, 1972, the Lunar Rover camera caught the lift-off the Apollo 17 Lander. (YouTube/NASA)
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40 Years Ago – Apollo 17 Leaves the Moon

We've been remembering the last human visit to our Moon this week. For December 14, instead of a photo, we have video.

During the three-day stay on the moon for the Apollo 17 astronauts, they were watched on every moonwalk by NASA in Houston

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Harrison Schmitt on the Moon
Harrison Schmitt found a few outstanding boulders on the Moon. (Apollo 17/NASA)
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40 Years Ago – Day Two on the Moon for Apollo 17

The last two men to visit Earth's Moon used the Lunar Rover to cover some ground and visit interesting places near the landing site. Here (see photo) Harrison Schmitt is photographed by Gene Cernan next to one of the larger rock samples in Taurus-Littrow Valley

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Harrison Schmitt at the LEM on Apollo 17 - December 1972. (Apollo 17/NASA)
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The Final Manned Trip To the Moon Started Today – 40 Years Ago!

Yes, it was 40 years ago that a Saturn 5 rocket lifted Apollo 17 into orbit from Florida in the final visit to the moon by a human for 40 years.

The mission sent the craft to a rocky area of the moon and on board was the only professional geologist ever to visit that unexplored landscape - Harrison Schmitt

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photo courtesy of NASA/Gettyimages.com
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Mansfield Library To Display Moon Rock [AUDIO]

The Mansfield Library at the University of Montana will display a fragment of moon rock and hold a series of lectures in honor of the 40th anniversary of the Apollo 17 moon landing.

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