Understanding meteor showers: The Pleiades, the Perseid and more
By: Rod Kennedy
The bone bleaching heat of August drives many of us indoors. Even the bravest only venture out of the cool comfort of air conditioning for a few moments; and it seems that the evenings offer little or no comfort. During such heat waves many people...
The best evidence that UFOs exist
By: Marshall Parks
Back in the summer of 1971, I was 13 years old. My family lived in an old, ancient country home. I remember it having no indoor plumbing, a pump instead of a faucet adorned the kitchen sink, but it was home. I was just coming...
By: James Johnson
Contacting aliens: Are there aliens out there for contacting? If there are, has it already be done? Should we or shouldn't we try to communicate with beings from another planet? Is it even possible? These are all good questions that have been debated for decades...
The best evidence that UFOs exist
By: Jishi Santos
The best evidence that U.F.O.'s exist from my point of view is that I have seen one first hand and not just a series of light formations but a solid silver disk shaped object hanging quite low over the ground and shining...
By: Adewale Olowode
Planets are uniform bodies that moves around the stars in orbits.By moving in orbits,they conform to a regular,repeating path or pattern in space.They do not release visible lights,as is found in Moon or the Sun.Hence,they occur as dark...
The month in recorded history with no full moon
By: Susan Smalls
The moon has mystified people for ages. Many cultures have stories about the man that in the moon and stories that explain the phases of the moon. It is still debatable about whether the moon actually impacts our feelings and emotions, but if you walk...
By: Vicki Phipps
More than likely, the first thing you'll want to know is, "What is a sun dog?" Regardless of what you may think, a sun dog is not a confused dog who howls at the sun all day long instead of at the moon by...
By: Vicki Phipps
The connection between astronomy and the North Star has been seen for as long as human beings looked up with delight at the sky. In ancient times they looked for the same North Star that we try to find today. The North Star has always...
By: Susan Smalls
Most of us are familiar with the childhood song "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star." Some of us have even been potty trained with a rendition that leaves out the "w." And even if some people, who must have lived under a rock for their...
By: Friar Monkey
Jupiter is the king of the solar system. The largest planet in our family of worlds, Jupiter is three times brighter than Sirius, the brightest star. Jupiter's prominence in our night sky led the Romans to name it after their chief god. It orbits the...

 

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