Helium's place in the universe and astronomical sciences
By: Effie Moore Salem
Helium (He) plays an exceptionally large role in the universe since the sun is composed of twenty-five percent of it; the other seventy-five percent is hydrogen. Helium is second only to hydrogen in being the lightest and most plentiful of all chemicals. Actually, the sun...
By: Basel Varsally
Is this really true? No life out there nothing but big empty void filled with darkness and we are the only ones shedding light into everything? If this is true then the views of the universe would be really different. But open your mind and...
By: Nicole Oickle
The Clarke Belt has become the term used to describe a Geostationary Orbit from a Science Fiction author, Arthur C. Clarke in 1945 who popularized this orbit as an ideal for communications satellites. A Geostationary Orbit is a Geosynchronous Orbit which is located at a...
By: Victoria Jeffrey
We look up into the night sky at twinkling stars that shine like jewels. Little do we know about the dramatic and destructive life cycle of these happy twinkling jewels in space. They seem so far removed from us. But there is one star whose...
By: Rob Drew
Easter is an interesting holiday for astronomical reasons. The Christian Church didn't pick the date out of thin air. It is based on an ancient lunar calendar using the Jewish calculation for Passover, the 14th day of Nisan, the month Spring begins. Jewish months start...
By: Frank Sinbeans
Here on Earth, it makes party balloons float, and men's voices sound like chipmunks. It also makes up large percentages of stars, including the sun, and is one of the gases that fills up the universe (believe it or not, it isn't a complete vacuum...
Hydrogen's place in the universe and astronomical sciences
By: Effie Moore Salem
Hydrogen is more plentiful in our universe than all other chemicals; it makes up three-fourth of all mass.Helium is formed from the activity of the stars when their hydrogen atoms interact while in the process of forming energy. Helium, thus, is the by product...
By: Scott Hayden
Astronomers, authors, UFO buffs and others both in and out of the scientific community have tried to answer this question for a long time. It's the question that keeps the human race looking up at the sky and wondering if there are other beings watching...
By: Darian Peters
Hydrogen is an element that likes to be in first place. It is the simplest element, the lightest element, the most abundant element in the universe, the first to come into existence, and you will also see it sitting proudly at position number one on...
By: David Brown - 226423
What an interesting question within the subject of astronomy. I believe that this question can be answered in so many ways, yet the one and the only answer is, who really knows? President George Bush Number One used to point to the heavens and talk...

 

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