Will we ever Journey to the Stars
By: Stella Kaye
Given an infinite amount of time there should be an infinite amount of possibilities. On that assumption if the human race were to pool all its intellectual resources for the greater good then we will eventually reach the stars. We don’t quite have...
What is astronomy's explanation for the Star of Bethlehem
By: Stella Kaye
My ten year old son had just inherited an uncle’s telescope and as we stood together in the garden one clear winter’s evening I was pleased with myself for being able to answer most of his questions on astronomy correctly as I...
Why the sun is now legally owned by a Spanish woman
By: Terrence Aym
The vast majority of people live rather mundane lives, rarely sparked with magic or wonder, until a person like Angeles Duran comes along and claims something new as her own…Well, alright, perhaps something that's estimated to be billions of years old isn't all that...
Conformal cyclic cosmology: What happened before the Big Bang
By: Keith Redfern
Major arguments against the Big Bang theory include the questions, “But what happened before the BB?” or “What was there before the BB?” and more theologically, “What or who caused the singularity which exploded in the BB?”The theory...
Product reviews: Sky Watcher polar alignment scope for EQ3-2 mount
By: Matt Kelly
If you own an equatorial mount then chances are you will be familiar with the necessity of at least a rough polar alignment. Equatorial mounts allow telescopes mounted upon them to follow the motion of the stars across the sky, keeping objects inside the field...
Factors to consider in man's desire to explore outer space
By: Christyl Rivers
If you are planning a trek across space anytime soon, don’t forget to pack the Federation hand book. Or, may the Force be with you. You may need some guidance as there are many factors to consider when Homo sapiens launch out across the...
By: Patrick Boniface
Always remembered as the astronaut who walked on the moon and rediscovered his faith in God. Upon his return from space he would try to find Noah's Ark amongst many other biblical projects. Sadly he was also the first of the twelve moonwalkers to die...
Scientists find 200 sextillion more stars in the sky
By: A.W. Berry
200 sextillion more stars have been projected to be in the sky according to reports citing data released by Yale and Harvard professors in the Journal of Nature. These claims build on earlier claims regarding universal star count by organizations such as the European Space...
By: Patrick Boniface
The fourth man on the moon was nicknamed 'Saraspilla' because he never touched a drink. He was a methodical, meticlous man who always dotted the I's and crossed the T's. He was also the only astronaut whose private passion was for painting. Alan LaVern Bean...
Scientists find 200 sextillion more stars in the sky
By: Michael Landis
The late Dr Carl Sagan summed it all up for us, saying "Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known." And these words have never rang more true than now, with the recent discovery that there are approximately three times more stars in the...

 

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