Don’t miss these 5 ideas for South Bay activities and groups to help you celebrate the spirit of Earth Day 2013.
According to Oakland-based Chabot Space and Science Center astronomer Ben Burress, the asteroid missed Earth by about 17,230 miles, closer than many of earth’s satellites.
A NASA satellite was visible in the skies over California as it entered the atmosphere, before crashing into Earth.
Think you have a long commute now? Imagine moving to another planet and relying on your smart phone to keep you connected to your earthly counterparts.
The Chabot Space and Science Center in Oakland is hosting a viewing of the total lunar eclipse Monday night – and Bay Area residents are hoping clouds don’t obscure the rare event.