Extreme Weather Like Extreme weather on Earth, there is extreme weather in different places in the solar system that scientists are aware of, can track, and actually see. Jupiter's Storms A very clear example of extreme weather on a distantRead Full Article
Like junk that builds up the Earth on the Earth, that needs to be trashed, there is also a lot of what we call 'Space Junk' around the Earth in our local space. See below some of the junk inRead Full Article
What causes Redshifts & Blueshifts? And based on what are they exactly? We are really getting into the physics of things. These shifts are complicated things to explain, however here goes. The picture above is a good starting point, soRead Full Article
What is CERN, what does CERN stand for and where is CERN? Kind of like the SETI institute, CERN is an organization of extraordinary people that work tirelessly on Nuclear Research. CERN stands for the : CERN is based justRead Full Article
Quasars have been a mystery over the years until we discovered more about them. Why is the name ' Quasar' so strange? It sounds cool, right? What does Quasar stand for? Quasar actually stands for Quasi Stellar Object, Called aRead Full Article
Have you ever seen an eclipse? And do you know of the different types of eclipses that occur? Yes, there are different types of eclipses and they occur at different times, in different phases, and in different positions. Eclipses wouldRead Full Article
If you ask anyone about time travel, you will get fascinating answers, as it's a fascinating subject. Time travel back into the past or forward into the future is the stuff of science fiction and always has been. There areRead Full Article
Do you know what gravity is? Firstly gravity is so very important to the universe and how the universe works. It's also very important to our planet, how it works, and how humans function. Actually, it's just really important Period!Read Full Article
Hey Asteroid lovers! We are bringing up another interesting article for you to enjoy in your leisure time! So far now, we have identified the largest asteroids in the main Asteroid Belt: Ceres and Vesta. If you are unfamiliar withRead Full Article
Let's know a little about the first Asteroid discovered by our scientists back in 1801! It is called ceres (don't confuse it with the ancient goddess of Agriculture!) and it is the bulkiest and roundest object in the Main AsteroidRead Full Article
The Whirlpool Galaxy is a spiral galaxy in the constellation of Canes Venatici.
The Whirlpool Galaxy is also known as Messier 51 or M51.
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