Science »

Travel: Solar Eclipse Stay

Travel: Solar Eclipse Stay

mag863 August 19, 2017 0

As you might have heard, August 21 will mark the first total solar eclipse seen across the US in almost 100 years. This Solar Eclipse Stay is the ideal way to experience it. You’ll

Read More »
Here’s A Giant List Of Solar Eclipse Promotions

Here’s A Giant List Of Solar Eclipse Promotions

mag863 August 19, 2017 0

On Monday, Aug. 21, people from Oregon to South Carolina will get to experience a rare total solar eclipse, with folks outside this path still experiencing a partial eclipse. And because every notable event

Read More »
Everything You Need to Know to Be Ready For Monday’s Great American Eclipse

Everything You Need to Know to Be Ready For Monday’s Great American Eclipse

mag863 August 18, 2017 0

You know the drill. On Monday 21 August the contiguous United States will experience a total solar eclipse – the first time the path of the Moon’s shadow will travel across the entire country

Read More »
Your Cell Service Might Cut Out During The Eclipse

Your Cell Service Might Cut Out During The Eclipse

mag863 August 17, 2017 0

So you’re staking out a spot somewhere along the Aug. 21 solar eclipse’s belt of totality, where the moon will block the sun to create a two-minute-long night in the middle of the day.

Read More »
CNN Will Livestream the Solar Eclipse in 360-Degree 4K

CNN Will Livestream the Solar Eclipse in 360-Degree 4K

mag863 August 15, 2017 0

We’re just one week away from the United States’ much-hyped solar eclipse occurrence, and the frenzy surrounding the rare event continues. Joining a long list of companies and media outlets, CNN has revealed plans to livestream

Read More »
How to Make a Solar Eclipse Viewer

How to Make a Solar Eclipse Viewer

mag863 August 14, 2017 0

The moon will pass directly between the sun and the Earth on Monday, Aug. 21, causing a total solar eclipse. This will be the first total eclipse in 40 years to be visible from

Read More »
Earth-Like Planets Are Even Closer To Us Than We Thought

Earth-Like Planets Are Even Closer To Us Than We Thought

mag863 August 11, 2017 0

One of the great dreams of the 21st century is to get the heck off this rock for good, whether it’s Elon Musk trying to colonize Mars or the Kepler team’s ongoing discovery of planets across our

Read More »
NASA Has A Six-Figure Job Opening For Someone To Defend Earth From Aliens

NASA Has A Six-Figure Job Opening For Someone To Defend Earth From Aliens

mag863 August 2, 2017 0

US government scientists work hard to protect the public. Some researchers study infectious diseases and effective treatments. Others ensure that drugs, food, vehicles, or consumer products live up to their claims and don’t harm

Read More »
What’s Really In Our Tap Water?

What’s Really In Our Tap Water?

mag863 July 28, 2017 0

The tap water of nearly 280 million Americans is provided by community water systems monitored and regulated by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. While some public systems deliver a more pure product than others,

Read More »
Scientists Say You Should Play Video Games On Your Breaks At Work

Scientists Say You Should Play Video Games On Your Breaks At Work

mag863 July 26, 2017 0

It’s no secret that our jobs — often riddled with endless to-do lists and office politics — can be a source of tension. But a short break with some video games may be one

Read More »