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Fog is in the forecast for July 4th, 2014, meaning spectacular fireworks displays will look like fireworks blobs up in the skies over certain parts of the Bay, depending on where they are in the fog belt. The fog usually moves in around 7 or 8:00 p.m., and fireworks shows are scheduled for 9:30 p.m. and 9:45 p.m. around the Bay.
Dozens of spacecraft are keeping their eyes and ears on the universe, and more are on the way. But it usually takes years from the time a mission is first proposed until it flies in space — and a lot of good candidates never make it.
There’s little doubt that the larger star in the system known as Eta Carinae will soon expire — and in spectacular fashion. But just how spectacular remains uncertain.
World Juggling Day, Livermore Rodeo, and Father’s Day ideas are just some of the 15 things, mostly free, that you can do in the Bay Area this week!
One hundred eighteen years ago, a team of draft horses labored up a hill west of Flagstaff, Arizona. Their cargo was a 32-foot steel telescope tube commissioned by astronomer Percival Lowell.
25,000 Converge On Shoreline Amphitheatre For LIVE 105’s Sold Out #BFD2014 With Foster The People, M.I.A.
Under a perfect blue sky, with pounding bass and screaming guitar and synth riffs filling the air, 25,000 people crowded the sold-out Shoreline Amphitheatre for LIVE 105’s annual alternative rock festival, BFD2014.
Free rock climbing, free Krispy Kreme donuts, sea lions, block parties, and seafood — another week of great, mostly free stuff!
Basically, it’s Domino’s deep fried chicken pieces topped with a variety of pizza toppings served with dipping sauces. After seeing the commercial, I decided to pull together a crack team of expert tasters (AKA co-workers as writers never turn down a free meal) to join me on the culinary adventure of trying all four varieties on the Domino’s menu. We ordered on Dominos.com to avoid any unneeded human contact, then watched the rather nifty online order tracker and awaited our Specialty Chicken feast.
Most of the stars that you see in the night sky aren’t alone — they consist of two stars or more. They’re so far away, though, that their light merges into a single pinpoint.