Product reviews: William Optics 6mm SPL eyepiece
By: Matt Kelly
William Optics are fast becoming one of the most popular astronomical companies as their series of telescopes and accessories share a high level of quality at a reasonable cost. The SPL series are a great example of WO's commitment to producing fine equipment, the 6mm...
Are Ufos Real or Hoax
By: M. L. Kiser
Decades ago, people didn’t talk about seeing a UFO or the possibility of extraterrestrial beings visiting Earth, for fear or ridicule. Yet now, one of the greatest scientific minds of our time, Professor Stephen Hawking, has admitted the possibility of extraterrestrial life somewhere besides...
Product reviews: Televue x2 Barlow telescope lens
By: Matt Kelly
Televue have been a company synonymous with quality for a number of years, they are arguably one of the finest producers of astronomical equipment on the market today. There's a good reason for this, the owner of Televue, Al Nagler is an enthusiastic astronomer himself...
A guide to edible science projects
By: M E Skeel
In general, it is not recommended to eat in a science laboratory, but there are some fun experiments that produce edible results. The key is to put away all chemicals, use clean glassware and work on clean surfaces. Here are several interesting experiments that result...
Do you believe that aliens have already visited our planet?
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I do believe that aliens have visited our planet and have patrolled our skies, and I believe that they have been here for a quite a while. The reason I believe so is based purely on a scientifically-and-logically-driven train of thought-not a tinfoil hat conspiracy...
How to make a fire change colors
By: M E Skeel
The color of a fire is determined by the temperature of the fire and the chemicals that are being burned. One easy way to change the color of a fire is simply to get it to burn hotter. This can be done by blowing on...
Ways to engage uninterested kids in chemistry
By: M E Skeel
There are two words that come to mind when trying to engage uninterested students in any subject: fun and relevance. If you can make the subject relevant to the student, you are halfway there. If you can make it fun, you are home and hosed...
By: Tarek Musslimani
Light is a very unique phenomenon that is spread all over our universe. Its source in the universe is the electromagnetic radiation that is emitted by the gaseous stars known to us as black body radiation. Light speed is a reference value for our life...
Chemistry experiments using household items
By: M E Skeel
There are many safe, fun experiments that can be carried out using common household items. How about a volcano simulation using baking soda, vinegar and red food coloring? Put the vinegar in a small glass. Add a few drops of red food coloring so it...
Quantum Mechanics
By: James Boyd
So many questions have puzzled scientists for years. Is light a wave or a particle? How does gravitation fit with the other three known forces? What the heck is dark matter? What is dark energy? How many angels can dance on the head of a...

 

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