By: Gary C. Gibson
Recently discovered lava tubes under the surface of the large Martian volcanoes offer more opportunity for human exploration and habitation upon Mars. A scientist interviewed by the Planetary society remarked that exploration of such areas may be retarded by the concern for contamination by humans...
A look at black holes
By: Roberto Chiodetti
Distruction and creation Soon after the publication of special relativity astronomers began to look into what would happen when gravity reach such a massive proportions that virtually nothing can escape it's grasp. the concept of black holes was born, objects so massive that could...
Noteworthy features of the solar system
By: Brian Dodson
Welcome to Planet Earth, the third planet from a star named the Sun. [Because of the limitations of Helium, this article links to images of the astronomical wonders of our universe. Please click on the links to feast your eyes on the images being...
Variety of stars: H-R diagrams
By: Roberto Chiodetti
The H-R Diagram: evolution of a star For countless millennia humans looked at the sly at night and saw millions of flickering lights, night after night it was the same spectacle, unchanged generation after generation. After few hundred generations they had this eureka moment...
Wonders of our universe
By: Roberto Chiodetti
Wonders of the universe One of the first things that filled the imagination of early humans was the sky, they would look up at night and see countless flickering light and watch in amazement asking what they were and why they were up there...
By: Suzanne Rose
Many teens find astronomy to be a fascinating subject. There are many great astronomy-related gifts that you can get for your teen. The following are just a few of the presents he or she may love. A trip to Spacecamp - Located in Huntsville, Alabama...
Noteworthy features of the solar system
By: Roberto Chiodetti
Let's imagine another life form entering this star system, what features would be considered good enough to talk about once he's back home at a barbecue under five shining moons in his star system? Well let's see where to start? How about starting from...
The facts about pulsars
By: Roberto Chiodetti
The life of a pulsar Once upon a time the universe was thought to be a serene and peaceful place where nothing interesting was happening, unchanged and perfect. That was the time when religion ruled over humans knowledge. Then science happened and with it...
By: T.S. Garp
The amazing story of Wendelle C. Stevens, a retired Air Force pilot-turned-UFO investigator and researcher. Ret. USAF Lt. Colonel Wendelle Stevens recalls seeing UFO's in the Artic region back in 1947. Wendelle C. Stevens was born January 18, 1923 and served in the Army Air...
By: T.S. Garp
The United States Military has a policy never to disclose to the public the subject about UFO's. They would rather never mention that fact that Military personnel and surveillance equipment routinely encounter UFO's sightings. Former Astronauts and retired US Military officers feel free to come...

 

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