Scientists capture antimatter atoms in particle breakthrough
By: D. Vogt
In November 2010, the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) announced yet another breakthrough: the capture of a number of antihydrogen atoms (a form of antimatter) for the first time. Antimatter is a form of antiparticle theorized to exist by modern particle physics. When matter...
By: Allen Gates
Think for a minute about time. Some of the questions that come to mind may be questions like what is it or does it even exist and, is there a way to prove that time does not exist? People have searched for the answers of...
Astounding evidence found of universe that existed before ours
By: Terrence Aym
Astronomers, cosmologists and some physicists have been exploring for decades the possibility that higher dimensions and multiverses exist. Many have contended over the years that our universe—thought to be almost 14 billion years old—is just one of an infinite number of "bubble" universes...
Did man really land on the moon?
By: Aldrin A Wilding-West
July 2009 saw the 40th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. Funnily enough, it also saw my 40th birthday. I have a real and vested interest in that moon landing actually having happened, and I for one believe it did. I am in absolutely...
NASA encounters blizzard on asteroid
By: Terrence Aym
"Neither asteroids, nor snowstorms, nor gloom of night will stay our spacecraft from the swift completion of their appointed rounds!" ~ tongue-in-cheek remark made by anonymous JPL engineer paraphrasing the old U.S. Post Office creed.Jules Bergman, the Science Editor for ABC News...
By: Irrira Rikki
Are there aliens on Earth? The debate of any Aliens being on Earth is controversial but worth the investigation. If the question doesn't go away, there must be something in the air which keeps it alive? Many reports of extraterrestrials visiting our planet have come...
Product reviews: Skywatcher HEQ5 astronomical mount
By: Matt Kelly
Casually observing the wonders of the cosmos with a small, light telescope - the type most budding star gazers will have cut their astronomical teeth on - will require little or no thought to the capabilities of the mount it sits on. But chances are...
Isaac Newton's Three Laws of Motion
By: Eric Mattson
Issac Newton made three laws of motion that every particle in this universe obeys. The laws are: First Law: "An object at rest will remain at rest unless acted on by an unbalanced force. An object in motion will stay in motion unless acted upon...
Will we ever Journey to the Stars
By: Stella Kaye
Given an infinite amount of time there should be an infinite amount of possibilities. On that assumption if the human race were to pool all its intellectual resources for the greater good then we will eventually reach the stars. We don’t quite have...
What is astronomy's explanation for the Star of Bethlehem
By: Stella Kaye
My ten year old son had just inherited an uncle’s telescope and as we stood together in the garden one clear winter’s evening I was pleased with myself for being able to answer most of his questions on astronomy correctly as I...

 

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