Colleges and universities with astronomy degree programs in the UK
By: Jackie Holmes
There are 25 colleges or universities that collectively offer an astonishing 50 seperate Astronomy courses in the UK. Therefore, this pis simply a list of the organisations, the different courses that they offer, the qualification gained and the length of each course.Nottingham Trent University-...
Spring Equinox activities for children
By: Olivia Kay
The 2009 Spring Equinox is set to occur on March 20. If you don't know, the term equinox means a time when the sun is positioned directly above the equator. On a day of equniox, day and night are approximately equal in length, an event...
By: Marc Phillippe Babineau
Earthlings have a special relationship with belief and faith. We want to believe that there is more to life than the physical being, and that there is a God who created all that there is, and created mankind in His (or, Her) own image. Are...
By: Jason Lusk
Along the way of my study of UFOs, I've wondered, "If it's really extra-terrestrial craft, are we ready for something like this?" I would venture that many UFO supporters wonder the same thing.However, this phenomenon did not start in 1947. Therefore, we should...
By: Ron S. Montgomery
ASTRONAUTS SEE UFO SIGHTINGS, MORE THEN REALIZED!Yes many time astronauts see UFO's when in outer space. However,does this mean that the UFO was from another planet, solar-system or galaxy having a extra-terrestrial origin?Or could it be that the astronauts are seeing something...
Why helium is only transported in small pressurized containers
By: Marisa de la Flor
Helium is the second element of the periodic table in the noble gas family. It is also known for being inert, which means it generally does not react with any of the elements. Helium also has the distinctive characteristic of an extremely low boiling temperature...
The future of fusion as an alternative energy source
By: Morgan Carlson
After the development of Nuclear Fission reactors that now lay scattered amongst the nuclear nations across the globe, the next logical step in the process was hoped to rest with Nuclear Fusion. Unlike fission which produces energy by splitting heavy nuclei into lighter nuclei and...
By: Ernest Capraro
Lead is the classic example of a heavy metal. Dense, soft, and dull gray in color, it isn't anything terribly inspiring to look at. Yet it grabbed the attention of the now ancient alchemists for its very similar properties to gold, which was dense, soft...
By: Chris Pearce
Astronomy is the study of stars, planets, moons and other celestial bodies, and of entire groups of heavenly objects such as solar systems and galaxies. So solar astronomy is simply the study of the sun, the word solar meaning "of or relating to the sun"...
By: Morgan Carlson
One could say by finding the world's largest body of water and placing a structure over it that joins the two sides of land, that then you'd have the longest bridge. Of course it is easy to say, but when assessing crossing logically the best...

 

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