The largest moon in the solar system harbors a salty ocean beneath its icy shell, the latest member to join a growing club of watery moons, NASA said Thursday.
Rover’s final message before going into hibernation, “Goodnight Earth. Goodnight humanity.”
We welcome fall with changing leaves, shorter days, and cooler nights. There are also events in Puget Sound that prepare you for the change of the season and the upcoming days ahead. Here are some of our favorites.
Whether it’s dancing, singing, or taking care of your spirit or health, the Fall Equinox is a time of seasonal change, reflection and celebration. Here are some things happening around Fall Solstice in Puget Sound.
The lunar eclipse on Wednesday, June 15 is set to be the longest in more than 10 years. And Google’s capturing it so we can watch!