What causes shooting stars?
By: Janette Waldron
No doubt a plethora of readers have wished upon a falling star at some stage of their lives. But do stars really fall or is simply how it looks to the naked eye? Falling stars are actually solid bodies which enter the earth’s atmosphere...
Should Humans Attempt to Contact Alien Civilizations
By: Pat Lunsford
According to a number of sources such as New Age Spiritists and the UFO community, humans have already made contact with aliens. Spiritists claim that they communicate regularly with aliens or what they call “spirit guides” through mediums and channelors. The UFO community not...
By: Pamela Kay
Man has noted the passing of comets since recorded history began, often seeing them as omens of both good and evil events. Comets are amazing to watch and while we know the timing of comets and when they will appear in our heavens there are...
By: D. Vogt
On October 11, 2010, asteroid 2010 TD54 zipped by Earth at 28,000 miles distance, well within the distance of the Moon's orbit (about a quarter of a million miles). This particular rock would not have posed a threat to Earth even if it had...
By: Kirsten Hines
Area 51, a secret military base in the southern part of Nevada, has had rumors surrounding it for decades. Speculation around this military base has many believing that the government is hiding aliens and UFOs. Yesterday’s sighting of UFOs in Manhattan only goes to...
Product reviews: Televue Nagler 13mm 1.25 inch telescope eyepiece
By: Matt Kelly
Since the Nagler type eyepiece was first created by Al Nagler of Televue over a decade ago it has undergone constant evolution in an attempt to reach eyepiece perfection. The 13mm is amongst the sixth wave of Naglers to be released and represents the pinnacle...
Product reviews: Televue 32mm Plossl 1.25" telescope eyepiece
By: Matt Kelly
At £80 there are certainly cheaper Plossls available than the 32mm offering from Televue and at times it certainly can be benefiacial to save the pennies but this 32mm is one of those times where you get what you pay for being one of...
Product reviews: Celestron Omni 15mm telescope eyepiece
By: Matt Kelly
Celestron make incredibly good telescopes and have been for years but when it comes to eyepieces their record is somewhat blotchy, eyepieces are often optically good but are let down with poor comfort. The Omni is Celestron's answer to the Super Plossl but how does...
By: Pat Lunsford
According to a number of sources, alien contact has been happening for several years. There are three groups of people today who believe our world is approaching a critical moment in the history of man’s existence. One is the UFO community which believes we...
By: Pamela Kay
The same heavens cover urban areas that cover near-by sparsely populated areas, however; viewing those heavens from an urban area is more difficult because of light pollution. This is not to say you cannot stargaze in an urban area, only that the viewing techniques for...

 

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