Water, Water (Almost) Everywhere

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– A total solar eclipse is available to be seen – if you’re willing to travel . . . and if you’re willing to chance dicey weather.
– Water is detected at more and more sites in our solar system – though it’s too soon to declare with certainty that it exists in other solar systems, as well.
– New moon means dark skies – preferred for night-time stargazers.

(AP Photo/Ronald Zak)

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