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A meteor shower! The Quadrantid meteor shower lasts for just a few hours on Jan. 4, coinciding with a very bright, nearly full moon that will sadly wash out most of the meteors. ProTip: You can look in any direction to see all meteor showers. When you see one of these meteors, hold a shoestring along the path it followed. The shoestring will lead you back to the constellation containing the meteor's origin. Watch to find out when and where to look up! Credit: NASA #nasa #nasagif #meteors #eclipse# moon #orionids #leonids #quadrantids# lunareclipse #upinthesky #january #nightsky #constellations# jupiter
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The federal government gave the National Energy Board until February 22, 2019, to complete its review of the potential impacts of the proposed Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.