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 Roman goddess of Agriculture!) and it is the bulkiest and roundest object in theRead Full Article
Do you enjoy watching the rugby game? If you do, then there is no need to explain to you about that strange shape of the rugby ball the players use. Yeah, it is not round; it is oval shaped, andRead Full Article
Hey asteroid lovers! We are bringing up another interesting article for you to enjoy at your leisure time! So far now, we have identified the two largest asteroids in the Main Asteroid Belt: Ceres and Vesta. Above is aRead Full Article
You have probably heard the word galaxy or galaxies mentioned by loads of people who know a lot about them, or by your own parents or your science teacher. LetRead 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, and how itRead Full Article
One of the main reasons how we have managed to travel into space and why we know what we know about the universe is by creating the technology to sendRead Full Article
Check out new articles posted on the site in the run up to National Asteroid day - June 30th.
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