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    On Saturday morning, April 4th, sky watchers in the USA can see a brief but beautiful total eclipse of the Moon.

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    Tiny solar flares on the sun may be having an outsized effect on the temperature of the sun's atmosphere. To investigate, scientists will observe these "nanoflares" using a space telescope built for black holes.

    NuSTAR Mission Site: nustar.caltech.edu/

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    NASA is about to launch a fleet of spacecraft to investigate the mystery of "magnetic reconnection," which is making things explode across the cosmos.

    MMS Page: nasa.gov/mms/
    MMS Blog: blogs.nasa.gov/mms/

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    The key to unraveling the mysterious cause of Alzheimer's disease may not lie in the recesses of the human brain, but rather in the weightless expanses of outer space.

    SABOL Experiment Details:
    nasa.gov/mission_pages/station/research/experiments/1374.html

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    NASA has launched SMAP, a new satellite to study water, not in oceans or lakes but in the soil beneath our feet. This often overlooked repository of water can have big effects on weather, climate, drought and agriculture.

    smap.jpl.nasa.gov/

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