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Do You Know How Many Facial Expressions One Person Can Make? [VIDEOS]

How you feel about this story may be written all over your face.

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Why Do We Care About Sports? Get Ready for the Wildly Confusing Science

So, you're team is in a five-game losing streak, the GM won't pull the trigger on a trade and your best player is out for at least two weeks after spraining his knee.

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A new crater on the surface of Mars. (NASA/JPL_Caltech/University of Arizona)
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A New Crater Spotted on Mars

There's a satellite in orbit around Mars with a camera that has found a recent crater on the surface.

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The moon will interfere with viewing. (Thinkstock.com illustration)
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Geminids Meteor Shower is Upon Us

The Geminids meteor shower has been more active in recent years, and astronomers are predicting a pretty good show this year - notwithstanding the moon.

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Venus and the Moon over the Bitterroot Mountains, Hamilton, MT. (Fullerton Photo)
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Night Sky Viewing is Good – But Cold!

The Moon and the planet Venus are 'rubbing shoulders' this week in the early night sky.

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A photo of ISON near the Sun. (NASA)
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Comet ISON Fades Away

This comet has surprised scientists with all its variations on its trip by the Sun.

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A meteor viewed from above in the International Space Station. (ISS/NASA)
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Orionid Meteor Shower Versus the Moon

The nearly full moon will probably interfer with viewing the Orionid meteor shower the next two nights, but take a look anyway.

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An artist's rendition of Voyager I in interstellar space. (Image courtesy of NASA/JPL-Caltech)
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Voyager Has Left the Building

NASA announced in a Science journal article this week that the Voyager 1 spacecraft is the first human-made object reach interstellar space.

The spacecraft is 12 billion miles away from us and our space agency thought it was at the edge of the solar system, where the Sun can still influence it, but it actually has been in "the space between the stars" for about a year

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Meteors. (Istockphoto.com)
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My Favorite Meteor Shower is Happening Right Now

I don't do as much stargazing as I used to, but I always try to catch the Perseids meteor shower every autumn. The best time to see 'em - this weekend from 11 p.m. to 4 a.m. each night.

The shower is associated with the comet Swift-Tuttle, which leaves debris when it passes through the orbital path of Earth every 166 years

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An X-ray vision of the Sun on Friday July 12. (NOAA/SWPC Boulder CO)
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NOAA Predicts a Chance for Aurora Display This Weekend

The Aurora Borealis might be visible in Montana July 13 and July 14, according to forecasters at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

The Sun has released what is called a Coronal Mass Ejection (CME), which is expected to hit our planet's magnetic field this weekend

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