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Google Sky, Slooh bringing users live astronomy

Partnership will allow fans of Google's popular sky map to see near-real-time imagery of the sky, taken by users of Slooh's Internet-based observatory telescopes.

By October 15, 2010

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Slooh brings the heavens to your browser

Slooh's remote-control telescopes connect you with far-away galaxies--and with other users.

By May 10, 2007

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Tonight on reality TV: Giant asteroid just misses Earth

Slooh.com will broadcast the passing of Near-Earth Asteroid 2000 EM26 as the Olympics take place in Russia. Almost a year to the day, a different asteroid slammed into that country's town of Chelyabinsk.

By February 17, 2014

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Cloudy skies? Not in the Americas? Watch the total lunar eclipse here

If you can't see this week's total lunar eclipse in the sky above you, you can still watch it online.

By April 14, 2014

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Where to watch the huge Toutatis asteroid cruise by

A huge rock the size of a mountain will come close to Earth just before the date of the rumored end of the world. Uh-oh.

By December 11, 2012

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How to watch online as a huge asteroid flies by Earth today

Amateur astronomers will be able to log on to get a front row seat for what's shaping up to be a very close call -- in space terms -- later today.

By June 14, 2012

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Look up! Sunday solar eclipse will be visible from East Coast

The last solar eclipse of 2013 will take place in the early hours of November 3, and look closest to full over Atlanta and Pittsburgh.

By November 1, 2013

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Watch full supermoon in HD here

It's a great night to be a luna-tic. Watch the perigee full moon here starting at 6 p.m. PDT and send Crave your best shots of the massive moon.

By June 23, 2013

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Watch an asteroid fly-by this weekend

A space rock the size of a city block will make its closest pass by Earth while the Internet watches.

By July 20, 2012

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Watch now: Enormous space rock slated for Earth flyby

An asteroid about the size of the Eiffel Tower is slated to streak by our planet at 25,000 miles per hour this evening.

By September 13, 2012