Invisible futuristic missile shields, Global Engagement Center and the step app teacher’s strike + this day in history w/the Weather Underground’s accidental bombing and our song of the day w/Little Dragon on your Morning Monarchy for March 6, 2018.
from themystica.org: The doors of precession were opened by our ancestors eons ago when our deepest sense of the infinite was reaffirmed through scientific observation and the belief in something much larger and more powerful
from autoworldnews.com: Saturn will appear in the sky later tonight just to the lower left of the moon, according to SPACE.com. “At dusk on Tuesday, Saturn will appear about 5.5 degrees to the lower left
from austinchronicle.com: All the way around our planet’s natural satellite and into this familiar Earth: There are more than 50 moon trees still alive in this country, and Erica Botkin is determined to document them
from cnn.com: China’s brand new moon rover is already saying farewell. The diminutive lunar explorer, known as Jade Rabbit, or “Yutu” in Chinese, was about halfway through a three-month mission to study the moon’s crust
from computerworld.com: China on Monday launched a lunar probe carrying an exploration rover in what is expected to be the nation’s first soft-landing on an extraterrestrial body. The Chang’e-3 spacecraft carries a lander, as well
from ITwire.com: The U.S. space agency NASA has been watching the Moon for about eight years, looking for signs of meteoroids hitting the lunar surface. The results show that hundreds of recorded impacts occur