Lucky Southern Hemisphere sky-watchers will get to see the moon take a bite out of the sun in the late afternoon on Thursday.
Lucky Southern Hemisphere sky-watchers will get to see the moon take a bite out of the sun in the late afternoon on Thursday.
Long-time Slashdot readers denbesten, haruchai, and Kant all submitted this story. CleanTechnica reports:Tesla and the government of South Australia have announced a stunning new project that could change how electricity is generated not only in Australia but in every country in the world. They plan to install rooftop solar system on 50,000 homes in the next four years and link them them together
Tesla is bringing photovaltaic panels and Powerwall batteries to U.S. retail giant Home Depot. According to Bloomberg, "The tech pioneer is beginning to roll out Tesla-branded selling spaces at 800 of the retailer's locations. The areas, which will be outfitted during the first half of this year, are staffed by Tesla employees and can demonstrate its solar panels and Powerwall battery." From the
Get ready to see a sprinkling of meteors, a Martian showdown, a "false dawn," and more amazing celestial sights.
Get ready to see a sprinkling of meteors, a Martian showdown, a "false dawn," and more amazing celestial sights.
Get ready to see a sprinkling of meteors, a Martian showdown, a "false dawn," and more amazing celestial sights.
Stephanie Pappas reports via Live Science how you can watch Wednesday's "Super Blue Blood Moon" eclipse: The eclipse will occur in the wee hours of the morning on Wednesday, Jan. 31, when the full moon will pass through the Earth's shadow. Viewers on Earth will see the face of the moon turn a murky red. On the West Coast, totality (the full shading of the moon) will occur at 4:51 a.m. PST until 6