By: Leigh Goessl
In the overnight hours a unique night sky event will occur that will last through the morning hours of Tuesday December 21. The event, a total lunar eclipse, is set to start shortly after midnight in North America and will provide terrific stargaze viewing. The...
The surface features of Titan
By: Lane Weinberg
Titan is the largest moon of the planet, Saturn and as far as we know is the only natural satellite that possess a thick atmosphere. Another interesting fact about this moon is that it is the only other celestial object besides Earth that shows obvious...
Is Nibiru really hurtling towards Earth?
By: Lane Weinberg
People and the media have been obsessed with doomsday events as of late, mostly because of the year 2012 supposedly being the object of past civilizations' theories. Oddly enough, the 2012 doomsday theory has been entirely made up and commercialized by misled ‘historians’. The...
By: Bruce Tyson
The winter solstice and a full lunar eclipse marked December 21, 2010 as a unique day in the history of the earth. For the first time in over four centuries, the earth, moon and sun aligned themselves to create an eclipse that lasted longer than...
By: Leigh Goessl
The December 20 2010 lunar eclipse, which coincides with the winter solstice this year, will have optimum viewing for some areas of the globe. This celestial event will last about three and one half hours with the maximum eclipse occurring at 3:17 a.m. EST/12:17...
Voyager 1 Reaching out of bounds
By: Lane Weinberg
Our Solar System is a massive vacuum filled with planets, moons, dwarf planets, comets, asteroids, meteors and other space materials. The distance from one end of our system to the other is almost incomprehensibly long, the Sun being about 3.7 billion miles from...
The surface features of Titan
By: Jamie Jones - 607222
Just over nine hundred million miles away, a pale sun rises over a great hydrocarbon lake. Clouds brush against the low mountain sides, perhaps even raining and feeding systems of rivers and channels. Winds blow across vast areas of dunes, constantly changing the look of...
Space technology future: Non-polluting rockets for space exploration
By: Lane Weinberg
Japan successfully launched its first Solar Sail this year calling it Ikaros, as an ode to the famous child of the same name (though his name was spelt Icarus) in Greek mythology. The son of the craftsman Daedalus, Icarus attempted to escape the island of...
By: Wayne K. Wilkins
The secret of life on Earth has been long debated, but new evidence from scientists suggests that we could be one step closer to learning the answers to the previously unanswerable – how life began, a report from “National Geographic” has stated. Meteorites are...
By: Wayne K. Wilkins
The lunar eclipse that gave beauty and emotion to the world on December 21st, 2010 has left the world in awe and wondering in regards to the natural phenomenon. Long-time astronomy lovers and casual Internet browsers alike are currently in search for photos of the...

 

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