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Awesome Astronomy explores the frontiers of science, space and our evolving understanding of the universe. Join Ralph, Paul & Jeni for informative and fun astronomy programmes dedicated to space and astronomy news and monthly podcast extras covering hot topics and special interviews in the world of science and astronomy.
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Monday through Friday, Marketplace demystifies the digital economy in less than 10 minutes. We look past the hype and ask tough questions about an industry that’s constantly changing.
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The 365 Days of Astronomy podcast launched in 2009 as part of the International Year of Astronomy. This community podcast continues to bring you day after day of content across the years. Everyday, a new voice, helping you see the universe we share in a new way. This show is managed by Avivah Yamani, edited by Richard Drumm. This podcast is funded through Patreon.com/CosmoQuestX and produced out of the Planetary Science Institute.
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ESOcast is a video podcast series dedicated to bringing you the latest news and research from ESO, the European Southern Observatory. Here we explore the Universe's ultimate frontier.
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ESOcast is a video podcast series dedicated to bringing you the latest news and research from ESO, the European Southern Observatory. Here we explore the Universe's ultimate frontier.
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This unit looks at how telescopes and spectrographs are designed to improve our ability to observe the universe. You will examine how different technologies have been developed over the last four hundred years to enable us to look deep into space. This study unit is just one of many that can be found on LearningSpace, part of OpenLearn, a collection of open educational resources from The Open University. Published in ePub 2.0.1 format, some feature such as audio, video and linked PDF are not ...
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This Week in Space Telescopes is a weekly podcast dedicated to bringing you the latest science and mission updates from humanity’s eyes in space. Each week, your hosts Tony Darnell (Deep Astronomy) and Dr. Carol Christian (Center for Emerging Media) bring you everything you need to know about the fascinating world of space telescopes.
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Welcome to Science News Daily, brought to you by Brief! Our AI selects the latest stories and top headlines and then delivers them to you each day in less than ten minutes (for more details, visit www.brief.news/how-it-works). Tune in to get your daily news on fascinating topics, including physics, biology, chemistry, astronomy, and more. Whether you're a science enthusiast, researcher, or simply curious about the wonders of the natural world, this podcast is your ultimate source for all thi ...
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The new space age is upon us, and This Week in Space leaves no topic untouched. Every Friday, join Editor-in-Chief of Ad Astra magazine, Rod Pyle and Managing Editor of Space.com, Tariq Malik as they explore everything related to the cosmos. New episodes posted every Friday.
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The latest news about astronomy, space and the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope presented in High Definition is only for devices that play High Definition video (not iPhone or iPod). To watch the Hubblecast on your iPod and/or iPhone, please download the Standard Definition version also available on iTunes.
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Space Junk

OPT Telescopes

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Space Junk is a weekly podcast dedicated to the amazing hobby of amateur astronomy. Each week we’ll answer your questions and bring you the latest information and advice on the tools, gadgets, software and techniques for maximizing your enjoyment of the night sky. Your hosts are Tony Darnell from DeepAstronomy.space and Dustin Gibson from OPT Telescopes, a world leader in telescopes and accessories. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/spacejunk/support
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Through the Telescope

Rose Waugh and Elliott Bruce

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A podcast putting the lens on astronomy. Through the Telescope is a podcast exploring some of the big topics in astronomy in little pieces. Whether you know your red giants from your redshifts or still get caught up on the difference between astronomy and astrology, join Rose and Elliott as they journey through the Cosmos and generally have fun along the way. Find us at throughthetelescope.co.uk Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Whether you’re curious about getting healthy, the Big Bang or the science of cooking, find out everything you need to know in under 30 minutes with Instant Genius. The team behind BBC Science Focus Magazine talk to world-leading experts to bring you a bite-sized masterclass on a new subject each week. New episodes are released every Monday and Friday and you can subscribe to Instant Genius on Apple Podcasts to access all new episodes ad-free and all old episodes of Instant Genius Extra.
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The goal of this podcast is to deliver radio broadcasts as you would have heard them 80 years ago, during the days of World War 2. Our episodes will be a mix of entertainment, news and other information. You’ll hear each episode as close to the original date as possible, with some additional bonus episodes thrown in that include related content.
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Pale Blue Pod is an astronomy podcast for people who are overwhelmed by the universe but want to be its friend. Astrophysicist Dr. Moiya McTier and comedian Corinne Caputo demystify space one topic at a time with open eyes, open arms, and open mouths (from so much laughing and jaw-dropping). By the end of each episode, the cosmos will feel a little less “ahhh too scary” and a lot more “ohhh, so cool!” New episodes every Monday.
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I bring together people who are interested in slowing down and understanding how the mind works and how we can live in greater connection to one another in a fast-paced, stressful world.
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Explore the future of innovation with 'Lexicon by Interesting Engineering' – a captivating podcast that dives into the heart of groundbreaking advancements. Join us for engaging conversations with leading experts in engineering and technology. Each episode of Lexicon unravels the stories of inspiration, the mechanics of breakthroughs, and peeks into what the future holds. Discover the fascinating journey of how today's ideas are shaping tomorrow's world. https://interestingengineering.com/ne ...
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Welcome to the At The Eyepiece Show! We have MOVED TO SPREAKER.COM. Please look us up there or go directly to our blog, attheeyepiece.orgThis is an astronomy based podcast that is devoted to discussing astronomical equipment, visual and electronically assisted observing, stargazing tips, observing reports and equipment reviews. We don't focus on the science of astronomy, there are plenty of shows out there to do that. The focus of At The Eyepiece Show are the backyard stargazers that enjoy t ...
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Conversations between Professor David Kipping and guests, spanning astronomy, technology, science and engineering. This is the official podcast of the Cool Worlds Lab at Columbia University and their popular YouTube channel ”Cool Worlds”. Podcast episodes are filmed and can be found online through our YouTube channels.
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The Association of Lunar and Planetary Observers was founded in 1947 and promotes observing of the solar system. Both amateur and professional astronomers work together to further our understanding of the universe.
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Today In Space

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The award-winning space science podcast about all things space! Hosted by Alex G. Orphanos, science communicator, maker, and aerospace engineer. Our mission: to spread love and spread science!
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Utah: Life Elevated

Armchair Productions

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Welcome to Utah: Life Elevated, the documentary podcast that takes you on an unforgettable road trip through the Beehive State with travel writer and host Aaron Millar. From stepping onto active dinosaur dig sites to rappelling down canyons and mule riding through red rock desert, this series is full of moments that capture Utah's unique stories, histories, and perspectives. Recorded on-location with cinematic-style surround sound, each episode will make you feel like you're right at the hea ...
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Idaho Matters

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Idaho Matters is a wonderful way to stay up to date, meet people and understand there's much more to this great state. Hosted by Gemma Gaudette on Boise State Public Radio News, it features arts and politics, growth and education, and the interesting stories that make Idaho unique. Send us your questions, comments or story ideas by emailing idahomatters@boisestate.edu or sending us a voicemail using the "Talk To Us" feature on the free Boise State Public Radio app.
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Alya Al Nuaimi invites you to embark on an intergalactic adventure through the cosmos with Kalam Astro. Stay up to date with the latest global and local astronomy news, including interviews with industry experts, and discover the secrets of the universe with mind-bending theories. Want some helpful tips on stargazing? Alya has got you covered.
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SETI Live

SETI Institute

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SETI Live is a weekly production of the SETI Institute and is recorded live on stream with viewers on YouTube, Facebook, LinkedIn, X (formerly known as Twitter), and Twitch. Guests include astronomers, planetary scientists, cosmologists, and more, working on current scientific research. Founded in 1984, the SETI Institute is a non-profit, multi-disciplinary research and education organization whose mission is to lead humanity’s quest to understand the origins and prevalence of life and intel ...
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This is what USED to be the Impact Master's Commission Podcast but now that Impact is no longer around, I am going to use this podcast feed to publish my weekly online Bible Study and OTHER various and sundry audio content that I will randomly create. If you would prefer a video version of this study you can watch this study live on Facebook or YouTube every Tuesday Night at 7:30PM!
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Explore the profound truths about resurrection revealed in 1 Corinthians 15 with this in-depth Bible study. Paul's words provide a powerful "telescope" into God's amazing plan for humanity and the cosmos: Why the resurrection of Jesus Christ is the foundation of the Christian faith (vv. 12-19) Jesus as the "firstfruits" and how His resurrection gua…
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Rachel Huchmala The Idaho night sky will soon have many new observers thanks to a grant from NASA's Science Activation Program, which will put telescopes in classrooms across the state. An effort which Boise State University's Telescopes for Teachers Program has been working hard on. Dr. Rachel Huchmala joined Idaho Matters to talk more about this …
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Scientists have used NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope to map the weather on the hot gas-giant exoplanet, WASP-43 b. Through precise measurements of mid-infrared light and advanced 3D climate models, they've discovered some fascinating details: thick, high clouds cover the nightside; clear skies dominate the dayside; and equatorial winds race at sp…
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From Aug 14, 2023. One of the reasons we’ve created Exoplanet Radio is that Exoplanets are awesome. The idea that there are planets in orbit around stars outside our solar system - and even rogue planets that do not orbit a star meandering through interstellar space - is one that cannot help but capture our imagination. The thing is, finding them i…
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(0:10): Webb Telescope Uncovers Record Carbon Levels in Star Disk, Advancing Planet Formation Research (1:45): Tiger Shark's Bizarre Diet: Researchers Witness Shark Regurgitate Echidna and Dugong (3:15): Ancient Genetic Mutation in Horses 4,200 Years Ago Revolutionized Riding and Spread Domestication Globally (4:59): Revolutionary 10-Minute Brain S…
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NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope has been exploring the cosmos for the past three decades, helping scientists understand how fast the universe is expanding and with that, its age. In December 2021, NASA launched the James Webb Space Telescope to further that research. The bonus: All those stunning images from outer space. Marketplace’s Lily Jamali spo…
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Today we have a roundup of a few short news updates from June 16, 1944, as the fighting continued in Europe following D-Day. First, we have a report from Joseph Harsch on the Nazi’s new weapon – what we would cometo know as the V-1 rocket – which had been launched against London for the first time on June 13. That is followed by a brief CBS update …
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Dr. Al Grauer hosts. Dr. Albert D. Grauer ( @Nmcanopus ) is an observational asteroid hunting astronomer. Dr. Grauer retired from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock in 2006. travelersinthenight.org Today's 2 topics: - More than 240 Lunar meteorites have been found in the Dhofar region of Oman, on the LaPaz Icefield of Antartica, and other lo…
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The Moon and dwarf planet Ceres both pass near the Teapot asterism this week. Find out how you can see these for yourself as well as our usual stargazing highlights in this week’s podcast guide, Star Diary, 17 to 23 June 2024. Transcript: https://www.skyatnightmagazine.com/podcasts/star-diary-17-jun-2024 Learn to forecast the aurora: https://www.sk…
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Episode 189In this episode of the Observers Notebook podcast, host Tim Robertson talks to Tom Zega, One of the chief scientists on the OSIRIS-REx sample return mission about the latests findings from the samples.OSIRIS-REx missionhttps://science.nasa.gov/mission/osiris-rex/For more information you can visit the ALPO web site at:www.alpo-astronomy.o…
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https://spacescoop.org/en/scoops/2320/magnetars-origin-story/ Far far away, in the constellation Monoceros, the unicorn, 3,000 light years away from us to be more exact, is an unusual star known as HD 45166. Which is preparing to become the most magnetic powerhouse known to exist in the Universe, a magnetar! Magnetars are a type of neutron star tha…
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This might come as a bit of a surprise, but no star is perfectly round. A star’s rotation, and the gravitational tug of any companion stars, can distort the shape. So most stars are slightly flattened. The Sun, for example, is about six miles wider through the equator than through the poles. The Sun’s average diameter is about 865 thousand miles, t…
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We see the sun every day as it rises and sets... it's one of the few constants in life. But it's a very dynamic body, throwing minor temper tantrums regularly. As it happens, we're at the peak of its 11-year cycle of activity and there's a lot going on! Dr. Alex Young, the Associate Director for Science in the Heliophysics Science Division at NASA'…
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A damaged section of Teton Pass near Jackson, Wyo., on Saturday, June 8, 2024, that officials said had “catastrophically failed.” (AP / Wyoming Highway Patrol) An update on the University of Idaho's Phoenix acquisition, commuters are being impacted by the Teton Pass collapse, high school graduation requirements could be changing and a look at what …
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From January 11, 2022. China’s Chang’e-5 lunar lander has made the first in situ detection of water on the Moon, using reflectance spectroscopy from the surface of our natural satellite. Plus, all the news from the AAS virtual press conferences, including black holes and galaxies. We've added a new way to donate to 365 Days of Astronomy to support …
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Ride-hailing company Uber has lost its challenge to the California law that requires gig companies to provide employment rights to workers. We’ll have more about the legal and political saga on this week’s Marketplace Tech Bytes: Week in Review. Also, X — formerly Twitter — has made user “likes” private, marking another change to the platform’s ide…
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(0:10): NASA Livestream Panic: Simulated Emergency Drill Mistakenly Broadcast, Sparks Online Frenzy (2:04): Shocking Maya Discovery: Over 100 Boys and Twins Found in Chichén Itzá Sacrificial Chamber (3:46): Study Reveals Men Eat More Meat Globally, Especially in Developed Nations with Gender Equality (5:41): Revolutionary Gene Editing Breakthroughs…
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Archaeologists know of only a few major artifacts of the pharaoh Khufu, who ruled Egypt more than 4500 years ago. The list includes some small statuettes — some of which might have been created long after his reign. But one artifact is at the opposite end of the size scale: the Great Pyramid of Giza, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. T…
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In his latest book, A Crack In Everything, former radio astronomer and science author Marcus Chown reveals the history of black holes, from the mathematical calculations that predicted them, to their first discovery and the incredible first images captured in the current age. Plus, we explore some of the many mysteries that remain to be solved. Lea…
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Why are we here? Where did we come from? What are we even made from? These must be some of deepest questions humans can ever ask. But that has never stopped scientists throughout the ages asking them. In this episode we catch up with Professor Tim Coulson, a zoologist based at the University of Oxford to talk about his new book, The Universal Histo…
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A string of wolf attacks on livestock in Colorado's high country has become a flashpoint in the effort to restore the animal to its native range. Ranchers want the state to kill the wolves, which were reintroduced in that state just a few months ago. KUNC's Scott Franz reports for the Mountain West News Bureau that conservationists are urging patie…
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Linda Chase lived in Clark County, Nevada, during the time of active nuclear testing in the 1950s and 1960s. She contracted an autoimmune disease after being exposed to radiation. Many "downwinders" such as herself were not covered under the Radiation Exposure Compensation Act. She spoke at an event at the National Atomic Testing Museum in Las Vega…
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(Veit Irtenkauf / Flickr ) You've seen them zipping over irrigation canals, diving down, and skimming the water in search of bugs with their very distinctive wings. There are 86 species of swallows, and many of them spend their summers in Idaho. These amazing birds were featured in the May issue of Wildlife Express, the Idaho Fish and Game newslett…
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(Illustration by Luisa Uribe / Random House Studio) It was nine years ago when we first brought you the story of Idaho Fish and Game parachuting beavers into what is now the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness Area. The story spread around the world and went viral again a few months later when video of the transplanting experiment surfaced f…
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( G.P. Putnam's Sons) Jessie Rosen's newest novel, "The Heirloom," takes us on a globe-trotting adventure as the main character Shea tries to track down who first owned her heirloom ring in order to discover what kind of energy it holds. Will it be good or bad, and what will it mean for her upcoming marriage? Jessie joined Idaho Matters to talk mor…
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wDNDz_VP3PE From Nov 16, 2015. The Moon is tidally locked to the Earth, which means that it always shows one face to our planet. In fact, this is the case for most the large moons in the Solar System. What's the process going on to make this happen? We've added a new way to donate to 365 Days of Astronomy to support …
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Back in 2020, Microsoft made an ambitious pledge to go carbon negative by 2030. But that plan is encountering some headwinds, according to its latest sustainability report. It showed Microsoft’s carbon emissions have increased by 30% since it made that pledge four years ago and comes a reminder of the significant environmental cost of the AI boom. …
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Our universe appears to be “flat” — like a sheet of paper stretching to infinity. If so, that would mean it’s finely balanced — a sort of “just right.” Albert Einstein’s theory of gravity, known as General Relativity, allows the universe to assume one of three basic shapes. One shape is “closed” — like a sphere. In such a universe, two lights beame…
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(Emilie Ritter Saunders / Boise State Public Radio) Avian influenza outbreaks have continued to spread, a new group of people now have the option to get the RSV vaccine and another COVID-19 variant has surged. Dr. David Pate, former CEO of St. Luke's Health System, joined Idaho Matters to talk more about these issues and the Midnight Jazz Cats jazz…
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From left to right: Dr. Lloyd Blake, Dr. Mark Stolpe, Bill Shepherd, Bob Phillips and Blake Olson.( The Midnight Jazz Cats) Almost two years ago, five retirees got together to have a little fun and make a little music. They became The Midnight Jazz Cats and started playing in senior living facilities around the Treasure Valley each month to bring a…
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(0:10): Breakthrough in Alzheimer's: Lifestyle Changes and Exercise Show Promise in Slowing Cognitive Decline (2:10): Space Tourists Experience Astronaut-Like Physiological Changes, Study Reveals (4:20): Study Shows Early Success in Reducing Ozone-Depleting HCFCs, Boosting Climate Efforts (6:08): Johns Hopkins Study Reveals Toxic Ethylene Oxide Lev…
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Paul Hill and Dr. Jenifer “Dr. Dust” Millard host. Damien Phillips, John Wildridge and Dustin Ruoff produce. This month is indulgent and ranty! Well, it is summer... Jen waxes lyrical about a night out, Paul has written a book and in amongst it is some astronomy! There is a big dive into the huge aurora display in May, talk of new exoplanets and ol…
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President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump have been courting Latinos this election season. Relatedly, perhaps, this voting bloc has emerged as a target for disinformation. Marketplace’s Lily Jamali spoke with Marketplace senior Washington correspondent Kimberly Adams and Roberta Braga, founder and executive director of the Digital Democ…
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When it comes to understanding a star, it’s all a matter of perspective. The angle at which you view the star makes a big difference in what you know about it. Consider Vega, the leading light of the constellation Lyra and one of the brighter stars in the northern sky. It’s in the northeast at nightfall, and climbs high overhead later on. For a lon…
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Current estimates suggest more than 70,000 wild horses and burros roam the American west. That's more than three times the number land managers say can safely co-exist with other animals on the open range. In recent years, the Federal Bureau of Land Management has stepped up efforts to move most of those animals off public land, but where do those …
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