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Solar eclipses, supermoons, a star-studded night sky — for us earthlings, looking up into space can be a transformative experience.

But what about the other way around? What is it like to see the entire earth from space? Only a select group of astronauts have had that grand opportunity.

"There was actually a physical moment in time when we answered a puzzle — something that's puzzled us throughout the whole of human history: What did the Earth look like from the outside?" says science historian Christopher Potter.

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To make recommendations on a local action plan for climate change and environmental sustainability initiatives.  Periodically Committees are formed under this Board.  Committees formed to-date include:

Here's a reminder that while you are out in the world buying groceries, picking up dry cleaning or catching up on The Crown, NASA's Mars rover Curiosity is on the red planet doing work.

Guitar Trax host Brian Tarquin performing 'Orlando In Heaven' Live In Studio at WFIT

You can purchase the album Orlando In Heaven from Cleopatra Music and Films.

In the wake of the announcement that the Foosaner Art Museum will close at its Eau Gallie location later this year, with its art collection likely to be relocated closer to the Florida Tech campus, Florida Tech President Dwayne McCay offered additional insight into the Board of Trustees’ decision.

NASA's IMAGE spacecraft spent five years studying the Earth's magnetosphere, but when its signal blinked off in 2005, the space agency called it a mission and moved on.

Twelve years later, enter amateur astronomer Scott Tilley.

On Oct. 26, 2016 — the opening night of her 24 Karat Gold tour, in Phoenix — Stevie Nicks announced something that gave the audience pause: She was about to sing "Crying in the Night," a song she hadn't performed since 1973.

Space Coast Symphony Presents "Fan Favorites"

Jan 31, 2018

Who do you love?  Gershwin, Stravinsky, Respighi or Rimsky-Korsakov? How about Prokofiev, Debussy, Ravel and Grieg?

The Space Coast Symphony Orchestra has compiled hundreds of requests over nine performing seasons which they're turning into their next performance, "Fan Favorites," a concert jam-packed with the biggest and best symphonic works. They will be performed at The Scott Center for Performing Arts  in Melbourne on Saturday February 10 at 7 p.m. and at the Trinity Episcopal Church in Vero Beach on Sunday, February 11 at 3 p.m.

The U.S. entered the space race on this day, 60 years ago. The Explorer 1 satellite was launched on January 31st, 1958. WFIT's Rick Glasby reports from Cape Canaveral.

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Enter The WFIT 2018 Garage Band Contest

WFIT 89.5 FM is again looking for the next great garage band on the Space Coast. If you have a band or perform solo, enter our 2nd Annual Garage Band Contest.

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