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🍂 Today marks the beginning of the autumnal equinox, when day and night are nearly equal, and the first day of astronomical fall in the Northern Hemisphere. 🍁 Why equinoxes only happen twice in Earth’s year-long trip around the Sun: https://t.co/ONMn48hyE3 https://t.co/nTisRdf0jM

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Comets have auroras too! ☄ Our instruments aboard the @ESA_Rosetta spacecraft have helped reveal that a comet has its own far-ultraviolet aurora. About this first-ever finding on a celestial object other than a planet or moon: https://t.co/BAwlgGD16A https://t.co/34llumwE7t

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Pristine lunar samples from the Apollo missions, sealed for ~50 years, were opened recently for research. New analysis from a @NASA_Johnson-led team using the samples supports the theory that our Moon was formed when two early planets collided: https://t.co/1gRaeQi2c5 https://t.co/CKoNR4Yokb

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RT @NASASun: This #SunDay, learn how scientists around the world track the Sun's cycles of activity — a task that involves everything from advanced computer models of the solar magnetic field to hand-drawn sketches of sunspots. https://t.co/ondXbUtJYa https://t.co/3eAI7aYBJU

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Since arriving at asteroid Bennu in Dec. 2018, our @OSIRISREx spacecraft has set a record-breaking orbit and mapped the surface better than any planetary body. On Oct. 20, it will collect our first sample of an asteroid: https://t.co/c4FWs7fQ9u https://t.co/YIOvhyhily

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