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Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Posts Tagged ‘Keystone’

Progress Now daily news 2/25/2015

Progress Now daily news 2/25/2015

  Senator wants Reclamation to find resources to get it built http://www.chieftain.com/news/politics/3368884-120/conduit-gardner-funding-pages It’s possible more federal resources could be shifted toward the Arkansas Valley Conduit next year, but a federal official said budget constraints could mean a hard time funding construction. That was the wrong answer for U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner, R-Colo., who wants Reclamation to step up and fund the project. Gardner questioned ... Full Story

OpEd News: January 4, 2012

OpEd News: January 4, 2012

From killing blackbirds to imprisoning U.S. Citizens, you will find fact and opinion not available in the main stream media. Tune in everyday to see the OpEd News original articles and selection of provocative articles from other publications.  Daily Headlines   By Mark Sashine Y2012- The Year Of A Coward Obama is afraid of the people of the US. It is inconceivable that he was once a community organizer. He is so afraid of the people that this fear fills the void ... Full Story

EarthSky Tonight—Nov 23, Northern Crown shines

EarthSky Tonight—Nov 23,  Northern Crown shines after dusk and before dawn

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science Visit EarthSky at www.EarthSky.org At nightfall and early evening, the bowl-shaped constellation Corona Borealis – the Northern Crown – shines to the lower right of the star Vega, close to your western horizon. Can you spot brilliant Vega shining rather high in the western sky at nightfall? It can guide you to the Northern Crown. You will need a dark sky to see the Northern Crown, which is a glittery semicircle of stars. See the ... Full Story

Earthsky Tonight—May 12, 2010 The constellation

Earthsky Tonight—May 12, 2010 The constellation Hercules and The Keystone

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science www.EarthSky.org Hercules the Hero is not the easiest constellation to identify. You will need a dark sky to see this mighty star figure. However, if you can see Vega – a prominent blue-white star in the northeast in the evening now – you might spot Hercules nearby. Still can’t see it? Look back at this chart to see Hercules with respect to both Vega and another star, Arcturus. The most noticeable part of Hercules is an ... Full Story

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