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Deep Freeze Grips Midwest With Record-Breaking Low Temperatures

Freezing temperatures, though not as severe as those in the interior, and snow were forecast in New York, Washington D.C., Pennsylvania and New England. Heavy snow and gusting winds have also created blizzard-like conditions in Minnesota, Wisconsin, northern IL and other Midwestern states where officials have also closed schools, courthouses and businesses.

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Chinese scientists clone 5 gene-edited monkeys

He maintained that the alterations would protect the embryos from HIV infection later in life, though other experts say that the editing was flawed and could put the babies at risk for future health problems. It is the first time multiple clones have been made from a gene-edited monkey for biomedical purposes. "It shows that besides using fetus, batch cloning of gene-edited male monkeys with diseases is also feasible", Qiang Sun of the institute said.

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Interpreting the super blood moon

These occur between two and three times every three years but the weather conditions on the day of occurrence usually have an effect on whether or not the eclipse can be viewed clearly. A total lunar eclipse happens when the earth comes between the sun and the moon, covering the moon with its shadow. The Super Blood Wolf Moon lunar eclipse passes over One World Trade Center on January 20, 2019 in New York City.

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Super Blood Wolf Moon: Date, Time, All You Need To Know

Sunday's lunar eclipse is also a super moon, an event that occurs when the moon is at its closest point in its orbit around the earth. It will be visible in North and South America as well as parts of western Europe and Africa. At 10:33 p.m. ET, the moon enters the umbra , or the bulk of Earth's shadow . Any lunar eclipse can be called a " blood moon " these days. The moon will turn a striking blood-red between the hours of 02.35am and 07.49am GMT in the northern hemisphere in ...

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Total lunar eclipse to take place on Monday, says NASRDA

What is called the "maximum peak" of this Sunday's eclipse will appear in Chattanooga's skies at 12:12 a.m. No one knows for sure, but that skewed orbit is likely a relic from eons ago, when the moon first formed in the fiery aftermath of a collision between our embryonic planet and a Mars-size interloper.

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Total lunar eclipse meets supermoon Sunday night

But because Earth's atmosphere extends about 50 miles up, during a total eclipse, although the Moon is in shadow, there is a ring around our planet through which the Sun's rays still pass. The red effect is due to Earth's atmosphere. Once the eclipse is over on Sunday you won't get another glimpse of a Super Blood Wolf Moon until November 8, 2022.


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