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Tonight in space: a lunar eclipse, rocket launch, and Mars gets close to Earth

14
Apr
2014

From lunar eclipses to launching rockets, today is a busy day for space — and you can watch all of it from the comfort of your computer screen. Mondays festivities kick off with the third SpaceX resupply mission for the International Space Station (the first was back in 2012). While SpaceX says the chances of a successful recovery are only about 30-40 percent, it views it as a chance to gather as much data as possible to support future testing. The event will be livestreamed directly by SpaceX. But later in the evening theres a perhaps more impressive sight — a total lunar eclipse.

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