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NeoRhythm : FirstUse

May 30, 2020 // 0 Comments

The brain is a fascinating organ. Not only does it control all of the organs in the body, it can manipulate and modify itself based on want, not need. Weird, eh? [...]

NeoRhythm : FirstLook

May 11, 2020 // 0 Comments

Brain training is not a common topic of conversation, but perhaps it should be. We exercise our body, why not our brain? After all,Who wouldn’t want to be more [...]

Urban Safari: Spring’s Pink Super Moon

April 27, 2020 // 0 Comments

This Spring’s Pink Supermoon was closer to Earth than the moon normally is (221,772 miles vs 238,900 miles, approximately). Because of that, it appeared about 7% larger [...]

Celestron NexImage 10 : FirstLook

April 19, 2020 // 0 Comments

NOTE:  Because of the COVID-19 crisis Celestron is extending their “Stay Home & Explore campaign” promo to April 30, 2020. Check it out here! Quite a few [...]

Questar Custom Air Case: FirstLook

October 7, 2019 // 0 Comments

A sturdy case is a must-have for portable telescopes (like the ETX90 or the  Meade 2045) because anything can happen “out there.” Most OEMs supply a hard case [...]

Celestron NexYZ : FirstLook

September 23, 2019 // 0 Comments

Astrophotography used to be an obscure hobby available only to dedicated astronomers willing to put in the effort—both in time and equipment—to get the shot. When higher [...]

First Man On The Moon

July 20, 2019 // 0 Comments

July 20, 1969: the day the first human stepped on the surface of the Moon. The RainyDay Interns were stunned to learn that some of us remembered seeing it live on tv (along [...]

Bird Families Of The World

March 5, 2018 // 0 Comments

A few years ago—at the urging of some RainyDayScience readers—we took a look at Vol.16 of the Handbook of Birds of the World (HBW). We were immediately blown away by [...]
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