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No Man's Sky moved to August 2016

Earlier this week, there were rumblings that No Man's Sky would miss its June 21, 2016 release date. Kotaku had it on good authority that the space exploration game might not make it out until August, much to the chagrin of eager fans. Show More Summary

BREAKING: No Man's Sky officially delayed to August 9

Hot on the heels of a report earlier this week that the procedurally generated sci-fi game from Hello Games might miss its projected June release date, official confirmation comes by way of Sony. No Man's Sky now lists August 9, 2016...Show More Summary

It's Official: No Man's Sky Delayed To August

Publisher Sony confirmed tonight that, as Kotaku reported earlier this week , No Man’s Sky is delayed out of June. The ambitious space game will now be out on August 9. Read more...

The Sky This Week - Thursday May 26 to Thursday June 2

The Last Quarter Moon is Sunday May 29. Jupiter is visible all evening long. Mars is visible all night long. Saturn is close to the red star Antares and forms a triangle with Mars. Mercury climbs higher the morning sky. Venus is lost...Show More Summary

Everything you need to know about this week’s Blue Moon

last weekNews : The Raw Story

Blue moons used to appear in the sky, well, only once in a blue moon. But now they appear a little bit more often, because the definition of this astronomical event has changed over the past several decades. Confused? Don’t worry. All you need to know is this: The next blue moon will be...

Chemtrails: Harmless water vapors or the tools of poisoning, mind-controlling masterminds?

Previously, we’ve explored a slew of different conspiracy theories, including those pertaining to fluoride, hidden libraries, Bigfoot and, of course, the Illuminati. This week, however, we turn our eyes to the skies. It’s […]

The Sky This Week - Thursday May 19 to Thursday May 26

The Full Moon is Sunday May 22. Jupiter is visible all evening long. Mars is at opposition on the 22nd. Saturn is close to the red star Antares and forms a triangle with Mars. On the 22nd Mars, the Moon, Saturn and Antares from a diamond shape in the sky. Show More Summary

SNOTEL Data: The Current Western US Snowpack – May 15, 2016

Are you still earning your turns? There’s still plenty of snow out there if you know where to look. Just this week a few friends of mine found 30 inches of fresh in the Big Sky backcountry. Snow’s still looking good out there, but the...Show More Summary

Dark Sky Weather App Arrives on Android With a Subscription Model That Few are Happy About

Dark Sky launched on Android this week to the delight of weather obsessed former iOS users who made their way to the intelligent side of mobile. While the app isn’t exactly a beacon of Material Design newness, it’s very much like its Apple-originated counterpart and should be familiar to fans. Show More Summary

The Sky This Week - Thursday May 12 to Thursday May 19

The First Quarter Moon is Saturday May 14. Jupiter is visible all evening long. Venus is lost in the twilight. Saturn is close to the red star Antares and forms a triangle with Mars. Mars is in retrograde motion and enters the head of the Scorpion this week.The First Quarter Moon is Saturday May 14. Show More Summary

D.C.-area forecast: Showers continue this week with cool temperatures and cloudy skies

We're not running nearly as cool as last week, but it's not much solace against the gray skies and frequent showers.

US, Italian Observers to Fly Over Russia Under Open Skies Treaty

Military experts from the United States and Italy will fly over the Russian territory on board a Hungarian surveillance aircraft under the Treaty on Open Skies this week, head of Russia's National Nuclear Risk Reduction Center Sergei Ryzhkov said Tuesday.

Who Wants To Chomp On Lobster Claws And Sip A Little Sake?

There's something wonderful about eating and drinking under warm blue skies, and now that the rain has passed it's the perfect time to grab a lobster claw, some sake, and get outside. This week is packing some fantastic seafood-heavy, Asian and Italian-inspired culinary events, so grab your calendar and favorite fork because it's time to make plans. [ more › ]

West Ham chairman David Sullivan confirms two £25m bids going out this week (Video)

West Ham United co-chairman David Sullivan sat down with Sky Sports News today ahead of the club’s final ever game at the iconic Boleyn Ground. He revealed that a £23m (€30m) bid had already been submitted for a European player whilst a £20-£25m bid will be submitted for a player in England later this week. […]

Man City’s hopes of signing Dortmund’s Ilkay Gundogan take a major hit [Ruhr Nachrichten]

It’s looking like the last few weeks of the 2015-16 season are going to be rough for Manchester City. The Sky Blues are now in big danger of missing out on a top four finish this year, which would mean Pep Guardiola’s first season at the Etihad Stadium would be devoid of Champions League football. […]

Open Wide For Changes On The 1, 4, 5, 6, 7, A, C, D, E, F, G, N, Q, and R Trains This Weekend

I'm finding it difficult to come up with a halfway-quippy intro to this weekend's subway changes: a week's worth of grey skies and rain has cast a thick fog over my brain, and though some might say the sun will return one day, I have already sunk into a dark hole and resigned myself to a life of cold, wet, and gloom. Show More Summary

TV RECAP – ‘The 100’ – S3E14 – “Red Sky at Morning”

3 weeks agoHumor / odd : Nerd Bastards

Now that’s what I call a season finale! Except this wasn’t the season finale. This was two episodes out from the season finale. The 100 raced through its antepenultimate episode of season three this week, as no less that three parties tried to launch an attack to end A.L.I.E. and all with the exact same […]

US, Romanian Observers to Fly Over Russia Under Open Skies Treaty

Military experts from the United States and Romania will fly over the territories of Russia and Belarus on a Romanian surveillance aircraft in the framework of the Treaty on Open Skies this week, head of Russia's National Nuclear Risk Reduction Center Sergei Ryzhkov said.

The Sky This Week - Thursday May 5 to Thursday May 12

The New Moon is Saturday May 7. Jupiter is visible all evening long. Venus is low above the horizon in the twilight and is close to the crescent Moon on the 6th. Saturn is close to the red star Antares and forms a triangle with Mars....Show More Summary

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