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Magazines and E-zines, News and Media, Astronomy and Space

According to the data and stats that were collected, 'EarthSky' channel has an outstanding rank and belongs to Magazines and E-zines, News and Media, Astronomy and Space categories. In addition 'EarthSky' includes a significant share of images in comparison to the text content. The channel mostly uses long articles along with sentence constructions of the intermediate readability level, which is a result that may indicate difficult texts on the channel, probably due to a big amount of industrial or scientific terms.

About 'EarthSky' Channel

Updates on your cosmos and world

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Long articles are widely used on 'EarthSky' as elaborated and interesting content can help the channel to reach a high number of subscribers. In addition there are a few medium length articles.

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Intermediate readability level is common for 'EarthSky' articles as it addresses the matters that demand certain level of education to be understood. Sometimes the channel gets even more difficult by issuing pieces of advanced readability level (there are just a few of them). In addition the channel contains materials of a basic readability level, making up more than a quarter of its content.

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Positive emotional expressions prevail throughout the texts: they may include favorable reviews, appreciation or praise in regard to the subjects addressed on the channel. However, the channel also contains some rather negative or critical records that make up just a small amount of all its content.

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For those at southerly latitudes, the bright star Canopus

[...] . Order today from the EarthSky store Enjoying EarthSky so far? Sign up for our free daily newsletter today! If you are far enough south on Earth’s globe, you can see the sky’s second-brightest [...]

Incredible! Watch great blue heron swallow huge fish

[...] soup to nuts, if you will – took 11 minutes. Enjoying EarthSky? Sign up for our free daily newsletter today! Bottom line: Video photo essay shows great blue heron spearing and swallowing a [...]

Will you see Mercury below the moon at dawn February 16?

[...] sunrise on February 16 and 17. Good luck! Enjoying EarthSky so far? Sign up for our free daily newsletter today! Donate: Your support means the world to us [...]

Blue-white Rigel is at the foot of Orion

[...] Mercury before sunrise on February 17, 2015. Enjoying EarthSky so far? Sign up for our free daily newsletter today! Donate: Your support means the world to us [...]

February 2015 guide to the five visible planets

[...] 17, Mercury will rise almost two hours before sunrise at temperate latitudes in the Southern Hemisphere. And – for those in the Southern Hemisphere – when Mercury reaches its greatest elongation [...]

Zodiacal light is glowing pyramid in west after dark

[...] of year to see zodiacal light in the Northern Hemisphere evening sky. Meanwhile, from the Southern Hemisphere, the zodiacal light is best seen before dawn during these months of the year. The light [...]

Star of the week: Will you see Canopus?

[...] star in all the heavens, as seen from Earth, is Canopus. It’s easily visible from the Southern Hemisphere for much of the year. But it’s so far south on the sky’s dome that observers in the [...]

Moon, Saturn and star Antares before dawn February 13

[...] latitudes, but it can likely be seen with the eye alone in the northern tropics or the Southern Hemisphere. Whether you live in the Northern Hemisphere or the Southern Hemisphere, watch as the [...]

Roaming star system a near miss!

[...] Artist’s depiction of Scholz’s star, a binary star, during its flyby of our solar system. At this location – in the outer Oort cloud cloud – the sun (left, background) would have [...]

Huge distant planet has rings 200 times larger than Saturn’s

[...] form from the material in the disks. Bottom line: First-ever ringed planet beyond our solar system. You could think of it as kind of a super Saturn. Called J1407b, its ring system is 200 times [...]

Use moon and stars to imagine Pioneer 10 on January 29

[...] over one light-second from Earth, while Pioneer 10 lodges way out in the far reaches of the solar system at over 15.5 light-hours away. At present, Pioneer 10 is traveling about one light-hour [...]

Dark matter in the inner Milky Way

[...] in the innermost part of the Milky Way. There may even be dark matter lurking in our own solar system, and, if so, maybe today’s dark matter detectors will find it. The study – announced February [...]

Gemini? Here’s your constellation

[...] chance of being the constellation Orion the Hunter. On these February evenings, from the Northern Hemisphere, Orion is high in the south. Orion noticeable for its Belt stars, a short, straight row of [...]

Hare and Dove at Orion’s feet

[...] can be found to the south of the Hare. This little constellation is sometimes ignored in Northern Hemisphere books about the sky, probably because it is so far south as seen from the U.S. Richard [...]

What are circumpolar stars?

[...] circle of circumpolar stars, and the closer you are to the equator, the smaller. From the Northern Hemisphere, all the stars in the sky go full circle around the north celestial pole once a day – or [...]

Amazing Mercury close up

[...] / 3.9 miles wide. It’s located within what is called the Hokusai Quadrangle in the northern hemisphere on Mercury. The image shows terraces on a west-facing crater wall. The terracing forms just [...]

Earth passes between Jupiter and sun on February 6!

[...] the year 2019! Donate: Your support means the world to us Live by the moon with your 2015 EarthSky lunar calendar! See it! Best pics of February 3 full moon and Jupiter [...]

Use Big Dipper’s pointers to find Polaris, the North Star

[...] stargazers. Order your EarthSky Planisphere today. Live by the moon with your 2015 EarthSky lunar calendar! [...]

Moon and star Spica rise at late evening February 8

[...] so far? Sign up for our free daily newsletter today! Live by the moon with your 2015 EarthSky lunar calendar! The moon rises about 50 minutes later each day. That’s why you’ll see the moon sweep [...]

New supermoon – and Black Moon – on February 18, 2015

[...] total eclipse of equinox sun on March 20 Live by the moon with your 2015 EarthSky lunar calendar! You won’t see today’s new moon at perigee – the “supermoon” – but Earth’s [...]

Somber Betelgeuse shines in Orion’s shoulder

[...] someday February 2015 guide to the five visible planets Not too late. Order your 2015 EarthSky Lunar Calendar today! A planisphere is virtually indispensable for beginning stargazers. Order your [...]

Locate constellation Cassiopeia the Queen in winter sky

[...] stargazers. Order your EarthSky Planisphere today. Not too late. Order your 2015 EarthSky Lunar Calendar today! [...]

Hare and Dove at Orion’s feet

[...] EarthSky? Sign up for our free daily newsletter today! Not too late. Order your 2015 EarthSky lunar calendar today! A planisphere is virtually indispensable for beginning stargazers. Order your [...]

For those at southerly latitudes, the bright star Canopus

[...] to see Canopus, at least below 37 degrees N. latitude. Going … going. Order your 2015 EarthSky lunar calendar today! [...]

Undersea volcanic pulses might trigger climate swings

Magma from undersea eruptions congealed into forms known as pillow basalts on the Juan De Fuca Ridge, off the U.S. Pacific Northwest. A new study show [...]

How far is Betelgeuse?

Recently I realized that the distance I used for the star Betelgeuse – ninth-brightest star in the night sky and second-brightest in the constellati [...]

Everything you need to know: Groundhog Day 2015

Ah, Groundhog Day. This U.S. and Canadian tradition comes every year on February 2. It has its roots in astronomy, in the sense that it’s a seasonal [...]

Selfie with Venus and Mars

[...] (above) in the western twilight sky? French photographer Jean-Baptiste Feldmann posted it at EarthSky Facebook over this past weekend (February 14-15, 2015). It’s a beauty in and of itself and also [...]

Wind sculpted this frozen sand in Michigan

[...] the U.S. state of Michigan this past weekend, when Joshua Nowicki posted this cool photo at EarthSky Facebook. He said these interesting formations were created by the wind eroding the frozen sand at [...]

Full moon plus Jupiter on February 3-4, 2015

[...] over the western horizon in the predawn/dawn sky. If you get a good photo, post it at EarthSky Facebook or submit your photo here. Enjoying EarthSky so far? Sign up for our free daily newsletter [...]

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For those at southerly latitudes, the bright star Canopus

[...] . Order today from the EarthSky store Enjoying EarthSky so far? Sign up for our free daily newsletter today! If you are far enough south on Earth’s globe, you can see the sky’s second-brightest [...]

Incredible! Watch great blue heron swallow huge fish

[...] soup to nuts, if you will – took 11 minutes. Enjoying EarthSky? Sign up for our free daily newsletter today! Bottom line: Video photo essay shows great blue heron spearing and swallowing a [...]

Will you see Mercury below the moon at dawn February 16?

[...] sunrise on February 16 and 17. Good luck! Enjoying EarthSky so far? Sign up for our free daily newsletter today! Donate: Your support means the world to us [...]

Blue-white Rigel is at the foot of Orion

[...] Mercury before sunrise on February 17, 2015. Enjoying EarthSky so far? Sign up for our free daily newsletter today! Donate: Your support means the world to us [...]