The shower’s peak is expected to last from 11 p.m. Wednesday through 3 a.m. Thursday, with some areas able to see as many as around 100 meteors per hour.
When we were interns, we had to go fetch coffee and take everyone’s lunch orders, but apparently the youngins over at NASA have plenty of time on their hands.
Show of hands…who stayed up for Monday’s lunar eclipse? Us morning show folk had to hit the hay early because of our 4 a.m. wake up call, but thank goodness, social media brought us up […]
Excuse us while we geek out, but we’re planning to stay up way past our bedtime to check out tonight’s blood moon lunar eclipse! It all goes down tonight beginning at 10:58pm. That’s when you’ll […]
Today, the shuttle Endeavour will be delivered to LAX after a flyover tour of the Los Angeles skies, where it will then be housed for a rest and a bit of a cleanup after its […]
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