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Except for the moon, Venus is the brightest object in the night sky.

Although it obviously isn't a star, Venus has been called both the morning star and the evening star because, depending on its current position in its orbit, it can easily be seen before sunrise or just after sunset. You can try spotting Venus without a telescope by looking for the brightest "star" in the sky that isn't twinkling.

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We're trying to get some mobile games up and running, but unfortunately our flash games don't work on phone or tablet. How about some hilarious science jokes instead?


Dolphin Cup

Use the arrow keys to control your dolphin and do tricks. You have two minutes to earn as many points as you can to try to win the Dolphin Cup. Good luck!


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