This NASA graphic shows the visibility area of the partial total solar eclipse of Oct. 23, 2014. The eclipse will be visible from most of the United States, weather permitting.
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Partial Solar Eclipse to Darken U.S. Skies This Week

Weather permitting, nearly all of North America will be able to experience a partial solar eclipse of the sun on Thursday. Mark Thursday (Oct. 23) … more

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The Sky’s the Limit

This summer at the Ohio Supercomputer Center, Vishnu Paranandi learned how to use computing to identify comets in images taken by the Solar and Heliospheric … more

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Should Schools Recruit Female Students to Join STEM Programs?

Female participation in STEM courses has historically been considerably low compared to male participation. According to research done by the National Girls Collaborative Project, males … more

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Cogitorian of the Week: ProfessorJellybean

In this series, we recognize members making an active contribution to the Cogito community. Hi, I am a high school student from America who loves … more

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Lockheed Claims Breakthrough on Fusion Energy

Lockheed Martin Corp said on Wednesday it had made a technological breakthrough in developing a power source based on nuclear fusion, and the first reactors, … more

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