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The Sky This Week - Thursday March 30 to Thursday April 6

12 hours agoAcademics / Astronomy : Astroblog

The First Quarter Moon is Tuesday April 4. Daylight savings ends Sunday April 2.Mars is low in the twilight. The Thin crescent Moon is inside the head of Taurus the Bull on the 1st. Jupiter and the bright star Spica are close in the late evening skies, with Jupiter close to opposition. Show More Summary

On This Week’s Episode of ‘Mojo TV’ – Bluewing Beatdown

From the swamps of Louisiana to the prairies of Texas, the early migration of Blue Wing Teal light up the early morning sky. This post On This Week’s Episode of ‘Mojo TV’ – Bluewing Beatdown appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.

Drug scandals and the media – the unresolved case of Primodos

Primodos: The Secret Drug Scandal, airs on Sky this week. Will this media intervention repeat history by helping campaigners get compensation? If the history of drug scandals teaches us anything, it is that fair compensation is typically achieved only through lengthy media campaigns and legal battles. Show More Summary

BBC’s Stargazing Live will find new planet in Solar System says Professor Brian Cox

This is a post from Skymania News - Space and astronomy news and advice plus night sky TV viewers of Stargazing Live will discover a new planet in the Solar System next week, if it exists, says Professor Brian Cox. The post BBC’s Stargazing...Show More Summary

The Sky This Week - Thursday March 23 to Thursday March 30

The New Moon is Tuesday March 28. Mercury is very low in the twilight glow and is visited by the Moon on the 29th. Mars is low in the twilight and is visited by the Moon on the 30th. Jupiter and the bright star Spica are close in the late evening skies. Show More Summary

Rain is in the forecast for LA: Here’s what you need to know

Better enjoy the sun before gray skies return Have you been soaking up the sun lately, confident that the downpours of the very wet winter are behind us? Not so fast. Meteorologists expect rain to return to Los Angeles this week, with precipitation probably arriving early Tuesday morning. Show More Summary

Arisaig - to the last hard move

Get the left hand squeezed a few mm to the left, and the move works! Photo: Chris Prescott/Dark Sky Media Two days on my project in the cave this week, in the company of Chris Prescott, Natalie Berry and Kevin Woods. On the first day it was still a bit warm and I was feeling pathetic on the climb. Show More Summary

Mt Etna sparks again in fresh bout of activity

Mount Etna has burst into life for the third time in just under three weeks, spitting molten lava nearly 200 metres (650 feet) into the sky above Sicily. This latest phase of activity at Europe's highest volcano follows the first eruption in more than a year at the end of February. Show More Summary

The Sky This Week - Thursday March 16 to Thursday March 23

The Last Quarter Moon is Tuesday March 21. Earth is at equinox on the 20th. Mars is low in the twilight. There is a series of bright ISS passes this week. Jupiter and the bright star Spica are close in the late evening skies. SaturnShow More Summary

No Man’s Sky update lets you take your fancy new Path Finder vehicles anywhere – full patch notes

No Man’s Sky got a great new update last week, and Hello Games has already made it even better. No Man’s Sky continues its evolution from refund fodder to something you might want to revisit with another quick patch. This patch comes hot on the heels of the No Man’s Sky Path Finder update, which […]

Fly Tings: Baddest Flight Attendant Baes In The Game

Hottest Flight Attendant Baddies Annnd we’re BACK with more professional baddies to kick your week off right. This time, we’re celebrating swoon-worthy flight attendant baes who heat up the skies and slang delicious snacks while making often stressful flights more

This week’s best game deals: No Man’s Sky, Resident Evil 7, Mother Russia Bleeds and more

This week was a big one in terms of discounts on PC download games, among many other things. It seems the Spring of video game releases has truly sprung now and we’re a matter of weeks away from a game like Mass Effect Andromeda somehow, though, so there’s plenty still to come. Right now, though, […]

Players Are Making Art With No Man's Sky New Photo Mode

No Man’s Sky was updated this week to add a new photo mode, and players are using it to make their procedurally generated planets and space battles look dope as hell. Read more...

Double beds in business class

A new business class design introduced this week by Qatar Airways uses movable privacy panels to create double beds or even four-person suites- and it will hit the skies this summer. The new 42-seat “QSuite” cabin will first appear on a Qatar 777 between Doha and London Heathrow in June. Show More Summary

Cycling Team Derailed By Disintegrating Wheels

2 weeks agoSports : Deadspin

Team Sky have spent the past few weeks embroiled in one of the biggest doping controversies the sport has seen since Lance Armstrong, and this morning, their on-road fate has ominously aligned with the team’s image. Sky are usually one of the best team time trial squads out there and they’ve taken TTT’s at multiple… Read more...

No Man's Sky is down to a ludicrously cheap £14 if you have PS Plus

If news of an No Man's Sky update coming this week caused your ears to perk up but you don't yet own the game, now's your chance to fix that

Big No Man's Sky update out this week

No Man's Sky gets a big new update this week. The Path Finder Update adds a new vehicle that aids home planet exploration, Hello Games said in a post on the No Man's Sky Steam page. Here's the blurb from Hello Games: Read more…

The next No Man's Sky update is set for this week

Hello Games has mostly kept to itself as of late, but it hasn't stopped working on No Man's Sky. Another update is planned for release this week following last year's base-building Foundation Update. "We're calling it the Path Finder...Show More Summary

Check Up, Check In

It is easy to feel detached from the sky. Everything up there is so far away. As Len Wallick sees it, this will be a good week to connect with the Sun, Moon and Mars as they express in your life.... This is content summary only. Please visit Planet Waves for full links, other content, and more!

Next No Man's Sky Update Coming This Week

It sounds like the space exploration game is getting its own Mako-like vehicle.

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