LINDUS CONSTRUCTION Dorm Room Digs & How To Make The Most of Your New Space
That time of year has quickly come upon us again and the kids will be going back to school. Some of you may be sending your kids off to college and with that is a whole new array of experiences and ... Posted on 8/30/13 at 9:57 AM
UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST CHURCH OF FARGO-MOORHEAD C is for Church
C is for Church,
one short hour of retreat.
But some go to synagogues,
mosques or just meet.
CHURCH. UU's meet in places of worship called by various names: churches, meeting houses, chapels,... Posted on 8/8/13 at 8:08 AM
Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) – Six months in space, flew by, aboard the International Space Station, Vining, Minnesota's Karen Nyberg will leave her gravity-less home above earth, and on Sunday, make the decent home.
HONOLULU (AP) — Stargazers around the world are setting up special telescopes and passing out cardboard eclipse glasses to view the once-in-a-lifetime celestial cameo of Venus passing in front of the sun.
RENO, Nev. (AP) — Robert Ward has been hunting and collecting meteorites for more than 20 years, so he knew he'd found something special in the Sierra foothills along the path of a flaming fireball that shook parts of Northern California and Nevada with a sonic boom over the weekend.
MOSCOW (AP) — A Russian spacecraft carrying an American and two Russians blasted off Monday from the snow-covered Kazakh steppes in a faultless launch that eased anxiety about the future of U.S. and Russian space programs.
MOSCOW (AP) — A Russian space probe aiming to land on a Mars moon was stuck circling the Earth after equipment failure Wednesday, and scientists raced to fire up its engines before the whole thing came crashing down.
WASHINGTON (AP) — A Johns Hopkins University professor was one of three scientists awarded the 2011 Nobel Prize in physics Tuesday for discovering that the universe is expanding at a faster and faster rate, contrary to science's conventional wisdom.
WASHINGTON (AP) — NASA's dead 6-ton satellite plunged to Earth early Saturday, but more than eight hours later, U.S. space officials didn't know just where it hit. They thought the fiery fall was largely over water and the debris probably hurt no one.
MOSCOW (AP) — A Russian Soyuz capsule carrying three returning astronauts from the International Space Station touched down safely Friday in the central steppes of Kazakhstan, but not without rattling nerves after a breakdown in communications.
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