Positions of the Sun, Moon, and Earth During an Eclipse, the Immune System of the Horseshoe Crab, Astronauts Throwing Up After Launch, Breakdown of Muscle in Microgravity, Cosmic Rays Causing Visual Hallucinations for Astronauts, Chernobyl, Ukraine Radiation Mutating Insects and Arachnids, and the Mud Brick Buildings of Aït Ben Haddou, Morocco

During an eclipse, the shadow of the moon overtop of the sun speeds over the Earth at 2735 kilometers per hour. The Earth spins at 1600 kilometers per hour, but it doesn’t just rotate, it also moves through space at almost 112,500 kilometers per hour. Mars moves at over 800,470 kilometers per hour. The horseshoe crabs immune system is primitive but highly effective. The blood of the horseshoe crab immediately releases enzymes when it comes into contact with bacteria, able to detect particles as ...

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