A guide to edible science projects
By: Joan Collins
Your kitchen laboratory is the perfect place to whip up a tasty science experiment that can be used to teach many scientific facts. These delicious experiments are safe enough for you to use your own measuring instruments, measuring spoons and cups, and you can even...
Product reviews: William Optics SPL 12.5mm eyepiece
By: Matt Kelly
William optics are a superb manufacturer of astronomical equipment amongst which are the fantastic SPL range (standing for Super Planetary Long eye relief). Within the SPL range are the 3mm, the 6mm and the 12.5mm. Whilst the 3mm and 6mm offer very high power...
Calculating the possibilities of other life in the universe
By: D. Vogt
It is possible, at least speculatively, to calculate the possibility of other intelligent life in the universe. Since the 1960s, a general equation for doing so has existed, and is known as the Drake Equation. The Drake Equation tells us what variables will probably affect...
How to make a Borax snowflake
By: Sandra Louis
Making borax snowflakes is a fun and easy project. Let’s find out about borax first before learning to make the snowflakes. Borax is a compound made from an element called boron. It appears as a white powder, and it has colorless crystals that dissolve...
Product reviews: Celestron Omni 12mm eyepiece
By: Matt Kelly
Celestron's basic Plossl comes in the shape of the Omni. It uses 4 lenses (or elements as they're sometimes known) in a symmetrical layout, that is to say two groups of two lenses spaced closely together. This is a classic Plossl design that has pluses...
Product reviews: Celestron Omni XLT 150 Reflector telescope
By: Matt Kelly
Celestron are a company that excel in optical quality, due in part to their superior starbright XLT lens coatings that cover all their hand figured lenses. The coatings drastically improve light transmission meaning that even the faintest objects are as bright as possible through the...
By: Pat Lunsford
Aliens have been around since antiquity. Archeology has uncovered evidence of technology that was far beyond the capabilities of the ancient cultures of that era. Scientists are amazed at some of the huge monuments that could not have been created without some kind of advanced...
By: Trenna Sue Hiler
Elements are the building blocks of all matter. To understand chemical reactions, how things are formed and react to each other, one has to learn the elements. It is the very beginning of understanding chemical reactions.The periodic table is the visual format used to...
Characteristics of the flower moon
By: Jennifer Watson - 582581
The Full Flower Moon occurs in the month of May. It is called by several other names such as The Full Corn Moon, Planting Moon, The Moon When The Ice Goes Out of the Rivers, The Milk Moon or The Dryad Moon. This is the...
By: Leigh Goessl
In September 2010 astronomers set global society astir with announcements that the discovery of the first potentially habitable planet akin to Earth was found in the Libra the Scales constellation. This announcement was a dream come true for many who have actively been searching for...

 

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