When worlds align — twice
June 2011: Although nights don’t last long at this time of year, the solar system crams a lot of activity into those hours.
April 25, 2011
Although nights don’t last long at this time of year, the solar system crams a lot of activity into those hours. In the evening sky, Saturn provides a beautiful display. But the action really picks up after midnight.
A partial solar eclipse occurs June 1. People in parts of North America, Europe, and Asia can see the Moon take a bite from the Sun. Robert B. Slobins
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