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The Great Red Spot, a huge storm on Jupiter, has been shrinking rapidly and no one is sure why.
In rural areas, up to 100 meteors per hour may be seen during the shower's peak.
A recommendation to the National Science Foundation could mean a telescope operated in part by Indiana University loses much of the money it needs to run.
Bloomington skywatchers had plenty of ways to watch as the planet moved across the sun.