Jupiter to appear next to the moon Saturday night

GREENVILLE, N.C. (WNCT) – Look into the southern sky just after sunset Saturday night (May 14, 2016). The planet Jupiter will appear like a bright star next to the moon and stay there through the night. The moon and Jupiter will end up in the western sky by the early morning hours of Sunday, May 15. Jupiter is the 5th planet from the sun and also our solar system’s largest planet by far. It would take 11 Earths lined up side by side to match the diameter of Jupiter and 318 Earths to match its mass. It is the 4th…

VIDEO: Sunday Science Tidbit: On The Road; Drag Racing and Weather

This week’s Sunday Science Tidbit went on the road to the ZMAX dragway. We’re going to take a look at how weather impacts a drag race car! T…