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    The second full Moon of July is just around the corner. According to modern folklore, it is a "Blue Moon."

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  2. Satellite Based Flood Monitoring Central to Relief Agencies Disaster Response:
    nasa.gov/feature/goddard/satellite-based-flood-monitoring-central-to-relief-agencies-disaster-response

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    Predicting floods is notoriously tricky. Sponsored by NASA, a new computer tool known as the "Global Flood Monitoring System" is improving forecasts.

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  3. For updates from the International Space Station go to nasa.gov/station

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    Advances in the understanding of how fluids behave in low gravity is key to spacecraft operations. A long-awaited spin-off is an excellent cup of coffee in space.

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    With support from NASA, the EPA has developed an app to track algae that can threaten fresh water supplies.

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    Venus and Jupiter are converging for a must-see close encounter at the end of June. It could be the best backyard sky show of 2015.

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