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SCIENCE AND NATURE

Constellation rides high in the wintertime sky.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation plans to remove trees from the Smoky Hills State Forest before it resurfaces Highway 34 in 2023.
Orion is legendary astronomically with its treasure trove of wonderful celestial treasures.
White oaks are a cornerstone species in forests of the eastern U.S., providing habitat and food for birds and animals and wood for wide range of products such as flooring and cabinets.

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The New Year's stargazing kicks off with a bang — a meteor shower.
The Natural Resources Research Institute at the University of Minnesota Duluth wants to learn the impact of the animals' further trek northward.
Coasting through space for two more weeks, the Webb telescope will reach its destination in solar orbit 1 million miles from Earth - about four times farther away than the moon.
Winter stargazing is incredible in Rochester. But it takes patience and preparation.
Venus, Jupiter and Saturn will be shining in the sky this winter. Brighter than any star, the planets will be visible to the naked eye on a cloudless winter night through the majority of January.
Minute by minute we'll gain daylight and sun will get higher in sky

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A developer that removed a tree with an eagle nest had federal and state permits.
Check out the average seasonal ice cover on lakes near you with a map from the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency.
Pre-dawn Geminid meteor shower is at its peak on Tuesday. Even in the city, it’s possible to see 20 to 30 “shooting stars” an hour.

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