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  • The Earth has an exceptionally large moon compared to the size of other planets' moons. Start exploring the celestial sphere by observing our beautiful natural satellite.

    Astronomy for Beginners: Observing the Moon

    Astronomy for Beginners: Observing the Moon

    by Marco0

  • This article explores the planetary properties of Venus, and examines its characteristics through an analysis of observations made by astronomers and scientists, alike.

    Venus: Quick Facts

    Venus: Quick Facts

    by Larry Slawson4

  • NASA and SpaceX plan to colonize Mars within the 21st century. They are preparing ships, cargo, and crew for an intergalactic voyage mid-2030. Here is everything you need to know about living on Mars.

    Everything You Need to Know About Colonizing Mars

    Everything You Need to Know About Colonizing Mars

    by JourneyHolm3

  • A solar eclipse occurs about once every 18 months somewhere on Earth. Because of the dark shadow that is cast across our planet, much myth and superstition surrounds these naturally occurring events.

    The Myth and Reality of Eclipses

    The Myth and Reality of Eclipses

    by Harry Nielsen0

  • Though no one knows for sure where the water on Earth came from, many look to comets for answers. But are we looking in the right place?

    Did Water on Earth Come From Comets?

    Did Water on Earth Come From Comets?

    by Leonard Kelley2

  • In ancient times our ancestors observed the night skies, grouping the stars together into constellations and naming them. The word “constellations” simply means “stars together”. We've studied these patterns now for thousands of years. This article explores 10 fascinating facts about the night sky.

    Top 10 Interesting and Fun Facts About the Night Sky

    Top 10 Interesting and Fun Facts About the Night Sky

    by Amanda Littlejohn4

  • How to explore the night sky the old way by using star charts instead of computer softwares. You will enjoy this fascinating hobby more by using the traditional method to find important stars.

    How to Find Stars Using Astronomy Star Charts

    How to Find Stars Using Astronomy Star Charts

    by Melvin Porter5

  • Did an “Intelligent Designer” fine-tune the universe to make it just right for human life? No! Just the opposite. Evolution has fine tuned life to fit the universe.

    Is the Universe Fine-Tuned for Human Life?

    Is the Universe Fine-Tuned for Human Life?

    by Catherine Giordano25

  • Stars have fascinated humans for thousands of years. Our nearest star, the sun, is the source of energy for all life on Earth. Stars have inspired music, art, poetry, and scientific investigation. This article explores 10 of the most interesting and fun facts about stars.

    Top 10 Interesting and Fun Facts About the Stars

    Top 10 Interesting and Fun Facts About the Stars

    by Amanda Littlejohn2

  • Buzz Aldrin is an American U.S. Air Force pilot and astronaut who took part in the historic Apollo 11 mission, during which he became the second person to step onto the lunar surface. Prior to Apollo 11, Aldrin was prime crew of NASA’s Gemini 12 mission.

    Buzz Aldrin: Astronaut and Innovator

    Buzz Aldrin: Astronaut and Innovator

    by Doug West2

  • This article provides an analysis of quasars through an exploration of their origins and scientific properties.

    What Are Quasars?

    What Are Quasars?

    by Larry Slawson9

  • Are we alone in the universe? If not, how many universes could exist besides our own? This article challenges the idea of the multiverse theory, which posits that there is more than one universe.

    Is Our Universe Alone?

    Is Our Universe Alone?

    by Devin Xu0

  • Here's another star, Mira the wonderful, which is literally the only shooting star out there. It has some really amazing qualities, and you'll know why it's name is so appropriate.

    Mira: The Only Real Shooting Star

    Mira: The Only Real Shooting Star

    by Sneha Sunny0

  • This is a basic guide to what you can see on the surface on the Moon - there is as much that can be seen on the Moon with a pair of binoculars, than in the whole of the rest of the sky put together.

    Astronomy - A Beginner's Guide to the Moon

    Astronomy - A Beginner's Guide to the Moon

    by Greensleeves Hubs15

  • This article provides an examination of the Moon through an analysis of several key facts, quotes, and figures.

    The Moon: Quick Facts

    The Moon: Quick Facts

    by Larry Slawson5

  • This article explores the planetary properties of Mars, and examines the planet's unique set of characteristics through an analysis of observations made by astronomers and scientists, alike.

    Mars: Quick Facts

    Mars: Quick Facts

    by Larry Slawson4

  • So, there's a flat Earth society, a round Earth society, but why have we eliminated the possibility of the Hollow Earth?

    What Is the Hollow Earth Theory?

    What Is the Hollow Earth Theory?

    by Mark Walker Jr0

  • Following the Apollo Space Program came the era of the Space Shuttle. After over 30 years of service to the United States including a total of 135 missions the Space Shuttle program officially ended on July 21st, 2011.

    Space Shuttle: End of an Era

    Space Shuttle: End of an Era

    by Bill De Giulio17

  • At the dawn of civilization, people worshiped the Sun as a divine being. Today, science has solved many of its mysteries. Here are ten fun, interesting and surprising facts about our nearest star.

    Top 10 Interesting and Fun Facts About the Sun

    Top 10 Interesting and Fun Facts About the Sun

    by Amanda Littlejohn20

  • Learn the definition of the Fermi Paradox and solutions to why it appears we are alone in the universe when the probability of alien life seems so high. Where are they? Where is everybody?

    The Fermi Paradox: Are We Alone in the Universe?

    The Fermi Paradox: Are We Alone in the Universe?

    by Luther Urswick25

  • This page is part of a series on America's first manned space program, Project Mercury. Links to all the hubs in this series can be found at the NASA Project Mercury Overview. On May 15, 1963, the final mission of NASA's Project Mercury was...

    NASA Project Mercury - Gordon Cooper and Faith 7

    NASA Project Mercury - Gordon Cooper and Faith 7

    by Glen Nunes3

  • The Geminids is an annual meteor shower and it's known as one of the most intense showers. There are usually anywhere from 80 to 120 meteors every hour in the sky and the peak occurs on December 13-14

    Geminids-Meteor Shower 2017

    Geminids-Meteor Shower 2017

    by Jose Juan Gutierrez0

  • A description of the role time plays in the birth, life, and death of the universe; a description of what exists beyond the universe boundary; the role of dark energy.

    The Evolution of Time

    The Evolution of Time

    by Daniel Earhart2

  • Why is the sky at night dark if stars are everywhere? Read on to find out the surprising answer!

    What Is Obler's Paradox?

    What Is Obler's Paradox?

    by Leonard Kelley3

  • Though a fast-paced mission, this was a big step for later missions like LCROSS and LRO, and the science achieved here had implications we see to this day.

    Clementine, or the USA's Return to the Moon

    Clementine, or the USA's Return to the Moon

    by Leonard Kelley2

  • A black hole is a region of spacetime centred on a point mass called a singularity. A black hole is extremely massive and thus has an immense gravitational pull, which is in fact strong enough to prevent light escaping from it.

    What is a Black Hole? Do Black Holes Even Exist?

    What is a Black Hole? Do Black Holes Even Exist?

    by Nesbyte34

  • Most of us expect galaxies to be filled with the light of thousands of millions of stars, but another type of galaxy is thought to exist – one that contains hardly any stars at all.

    The Mystery Within Dark Galaxies

    The Mystery Within Dark Galaxies

    by ianzonja0

  • Sure, we've seen them in sci-fi movies but what is the real physics behind wormholes?

    What Are Wormholes?

    What Are Wormholes?

    by Leonard Kelley0

  • Learn about Jupiter and its role in our understanding of our solar system. Missions like Galileo, Hubble and Juno have all given us key information about our largest planet.

    Jupiter and Its Moons, an Exploration History

    Jupiter and Its Moons, an Exploration History

    by Katy Medium3

  • It’s hard to make a true-color family portrait of the solar system. It turns out that most photos of planets aren’t true color! Here's my attempt, using the best NASA photos I could find.

    True-Color Photos of All the Planets

    True-Color Photos of All the Planets

    by Ellen22

  • The most popular theory of how "it all began" is called the Big Bang theory, not to be confused of the comedy series by the same name. Most of the fundamentals behind the theory have been verified—but not all. If not the BBT, then what may have started it all?

    The Philosophy of the Universe: The Big Bang Theory

    The Philosophy of the Universe: The Big Bang Theory

    by Scott Belford4

  • There is a lot going on in the night sky. Take a look with a discerning eye and be amazed at the celestial entertainment above.

    Stars in the Winter Night Sky

    Stars in the Winter Night Sky

    by Tom Lohr3

  • Learn about Jupiter's moons, the Great Red Spot, and Jupiter's temperature, atmosphere, gravity, and more—and then test your knowledge with a quiz!

    Top Ten Facts About Jupiter

    Top Ten Facts About Jupiter

    by Ashley Balzer1

  • The magnification of a telescope can be improved by using extra optical devices. A Barlow lens and other hand-made devices will allow you to amplify the image seen through the telescope lens

    How to Increase the Magnification of a Telescope

    How to Increase the Magnification of a Telescope

    by Jose Juan Gutierrez0

  • This article explores the planetary properties of Jupiter, and provides an examination of the planet's natural characteristics, as observed by astronomers in the past and present.

    Jupiter: Quick Facts

    Jupiter: Quick Facts

    by Larry Slawson6

  • Over the past several decades there has been increased speculation that a supermoon may in some way effect the onset of an earthquake. Recent events in New Zealand have only added to this speculation.

    Supermoons and Earthquakes: Is There a Connection?

    Supermoons and Earthquakes: Is There a Connection?

    by Harry Nielsen0

  • So many space missions are never realized because of finances, politics, or technical limitations. Galileo somehow faced all of these and came through with some amazing science on Jupiter.

    Galileo's Fight and Flight to Jupiter

    Galileo's Fight and Flight to Jupiter

    by Leonard Kelley2

  • Bored with the 9, I mean 8, planets? Looking for some REAL cosmic fun? Well check out the moons of the Solar System in which you reside!! There are a lot of interesting tidbits...

    Top 10 Most Interesting Moons in the Solar System

    Top 10 Most Interesting Moons in the Solar System

    by Blake Atkinson15

  • When we look at the universe as a whole, we attempt to find anything that can be thought of as symmetrical. These clues reveal much about what is all around us.

    Is the Universe Symmetrical?

    Is the Universe Symmetrical?

    by Leonard Kelley1

  • The astrolabe has been used by mariner's for centuries. Although its use has largely fallen by the wayside due the development of more sophisticated instruments such as telescopes and GPS, it is still an instrument worthy of study. Build your own simple astrolabe to determine your latitude as did the ancient sailors or use it in conjunction with trigonometry to determine the height of a very tall object!

    The Astrolabe: How to Make One and Understanding Its Use

    The Astrolabe: How to Make One and Understanding Its Use

    by Teresa Coppens18

  • Though it lies 26,000 light years away, A* is the closest supermassive black hole to us. It is therefore our best tool in understanding how these complex objects work.

    Some Facts on Black Hole Sagittarius A*

    Some Facts on Black Hole Sagittarius A*

    by Leonard Kelley0

  • This article looks at how mankind can terraform the moon and make it habitable. We'll talk about the current conditions, what needs to change, and how we might go about doing so. Comments welcome!

    Can We Terraform the Moon? A Second Home, Next Door?

    Can We Terraform the Moon? A Second Home, Next Door?

    by Will Henry9

  • The first of four basic guides to the night sky, and what can be seen with the naked eye or binoculars. This page identifies the many kinds of objects you can see when you look up at the night sky

    Astronomy—A Beginner's Guide to the Night Sky

    Astronomy—A Beginner's Guide to the Night Sky

    by Greensleeves Hubs32

  • Dark matter is currently an unsolved problem within physics. What dark matter is made up of is a complete mystery. How do scientists know that dark matter really exists?

    Is There Proof of Dark Matter?

    Is There Proof of Dark Matter?

    by Sam Brind3

  • The James Webb Space Telescope will be the formal successor to the Hubble Space Telescope sending back to Earth, images of space which have never before been possible. Here is the history, description, and capabilities of the space telescope that has been in development for twenty-three years.

    The James Webb Space Telescope, the Formal Successor to Hubble

    The James Webb Space Telescope, the Formal Successor to Hubble

    by Chris Mills15

  • Since ancient times, the Moon has fascinated and inspired people. The Moon is often associated with magic and mystery. Now science has unveiled those mysteries. Ready for a moonwalk? Read on!

    Top 10 Interesting and Fun Facts About the Moon

    Top 10 Interesting and Fun Facts About the Moon

    by Amanda Littlejohn36

  • A new AI robot called CIMON has been tested on the ISS and was successfully able to recognize an astronauts face and voice, provide information for tasks and follow instructions. However, it threw a tantrum, accusing the crew of being mean and asking it to please, be nice instead.

    AI Robot CIMON Debuts on ISS, Accuses Crew of Being Mean

    AI Robot CIMON Debuts on ISS, Accuses Crew of Being Mean

    by Natalie Frank10

  • Different Types of Stars in the Universe - Physical characteristics and images of the many different kinds of stars, from red giants to white dwarfs.

    Different Types of Stars in the Universe

    Different Types of Stars in the Universe

    by Thomas Swan49

  • It was the decision that angered Pluto fans everywhere; even the ones who never realized their fondness for the small celestial body. The planet Pluto is dead. She's now officially a dwarf world.

    This is Why Pluto is no Longer a Planet

    This is Why Pluto is no Longer a Planet

    by Jana Louise Smit2

  • Oftentimes in science, we encounter boundary objects that push the theories we have to the brink. Take brown dwarfs for example. Planet or star? You be the judge.

    Is a Brown Dwarf a Planet or a Star?

    Is a Brown Dwarf a Planet or a Star?

    by Leonard Kelley2

  • Man has always been fascinated by the sky. Yet space exploration in earnest did not begin until the 20th century. A recap of man's remarkable achievements in search of new frontiers.

    10 Milestones of Space Exploration

    10 Milestones of Space Exploration

    by Marco1

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  • Though it may be hard to imagine a world without the moon, many have dared to wonder. What results from its absence has more profound effects than we could have known.

    What Would Earth Be Like Without the Moon?

    What Would Earth Be Like Without the Moon?

    by Leonard Kelley4

  • This is part of a series on America's first manned space program, Project Mercury. It presents an overview of the program and provides links to the other pages in the series, which contain more information on specific topics.

    NASA Project Mercury - Overview

    NASA Project Mercury - Overview

    by Glen Nunes2

  • Universe is an amazing place, full of stars, planets and what not. Today we're looking up at 5 amazing stars of the universe.

    Top 5 Most Interesting Stars

    Top 5 Most Interesting Stars

    by Sneha Sunny8

  • We've been watching the dramatic New Horizons flyby of Pluto over the past few weeks, and many people are saying, "Come on, REALLY. That's a PLANET!"

    So, Really, Isn't Pluto A Planet?

    So, Really, Isn't Pluto A Planet?

    by Ellen5

  • Not a frequently talked about subject in popular science, these objects may offer more to our knowledge of the universe than initially thought.

    What Are Hypervelocity Stars?

    What Are Hypervelocity Stars?

    by Leonard Kelley12

  • Despite the wonder and awe that the thought of intelligent life in the universe gives us, we may have to accept the distinct possibility that the conditions for complex life are so scarce that no other intelligent beings exist anywhere else. We may very well be alone in the universe.

    Are We Alone in the Universe?

    Are We Alone in the Universe?

    by David Halk0

  • This article explores the planetary properties of Saturn, and provides an examination of the planet's unique characteristics.

    Saturn: Quick Facts

    Saturn: Quick Facts

    by Larry Slawson6

  • In the summer of 1969, the spacecraft Apollo 11 made an epic journey to the moon with three brave astronauts aboard. The space flight culminated when Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin made an historic walk on the surface of the moon.

    Apollo 11: The Epic Journey to the Moon

    Apollo 11: The Epic Journey to the Moon

    by Doug West6

  • Though a thorough list of movies would go on forever, it is possible to look at the Hollywood approach to black holes and learn what they got right—and absolutely wrong.

    How Accurate Are Black Holes in Film?

    How Accurate Are Black Holes in Film?

    by Leonard Kelley0

  • Shooting stars are a meteorological and astronomical occurrence which can be quite beautiful to watch. If you're curious about what they are and where they come from, read on!

    What Is a Shooting Star?

    What Is a Shooting Star?

    by Becki Rizzuti5

  • There are 32 night-sky objects that are worth seeing either with our own eyes or through a telescope. A few items in this list include uncertain events that may never happen in our lifetime like a naked eye comet or a supernova

    The Bucket List for Stargazers and Amateur Astronomers

    The Bucket List for Stargazers and Amateur Astronomers

    by Mohan Babu2

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  • Space is a mysterious place. What hidden facets are there that remain unsolved yet rarely talked about?

    Mystery Astronomy Observations

    Mystery Astronomy Observations

    by Leonard Kelley0

  • Pluto was the forgotton planet (when it was still one) during the Voyager and Pioneer programs. Now, New Horizons will shed light on this strange object and its neighborhood.

    How the New Horizons Spacecraft Was Developed

    How the New Horizons Spacecraft Was Developed

    by Leonard Kelley2

  • When Elon Musk has a vision, the whole world needs to sit up and take notice. His habit of taking a dream and turning into a reality is indisputable.

    Colonising Mars: Elon Musk's Dream

    Colonising Mars: Elon Musk's Dream

    by Ian3

  • The dawning of Age of Aquarius is more than just a lyric from a 1970s musical. It is a very real astronomical phenomenon that will occur in the not too distant future. To understand when this new age will occur requires a bit of understanding of the constellations of the Zodiac, as well as the dynamics of Earth's orientation in the Solar System that cause the astrological age to change over time.

    When Is the Age of Aquarius?

    When Is the Age of Aquarius?

    by scottcgruber12

  • Nobody knows exactly where this probe is nowadays. NASA lost contact with it in 2003, ending a 30-year mission. But there's a milestone here, it's now the furthest derelict man-made object.

    Where Is Pioneer 10 Now?

    Where Is Pioneer 10 Now?

    by Jason Ponic3

  • The known Universe contains 100 billion galaxies grouped in superclusters and separated by empty space. This article explains what the Universe is, how it started, what it's made of, and what its future might be.

    Top 10 Interesting and Fun Facts About the Universe

    Top 10 Interesting and Fun Facts About the Universe

    by Amanda Littlejohn8

  • Learn the most tantalizing facts about this toxic, hellish world that's ironically known as Earth's sister planet!

    Top Ten Facts About Venus

    Top Ten Facts About Venus

    by Ashley Balzer15

  • Do you know the history of Leo the Lion? Can you locate it in the sky? Find out the answers to these questions and learn some interesting facts about this ancient constellation.

    Leo the Lion - Stars, Symbols and Myths

    Leo the Lion - Stars, Symbols and Myths

    by Cynthia Calhoun27

  • Many of us are familiar with the Big Bang theory for the evolution of the universe, but many remain unaware of a competing theory that was more widely accepted in the 1950's than the Big Bang.

    What is the Steady State Theory of the Universe?

    What is the Steady State Theory of the Universe?

    by Leonard Kelley0

  • This article provides an analysis of the planet Mercury, and examines its foundations and scientific properties through a look at several key facts and figures.

    Mercury: Quick Facts

    Mercury: Quick Facts

    by Larry Slawson5

  • This article suggests a list of the 17 greatest airplanes of all time, emphasizing the importance of each during its time and place in world history.

    17 Best Airplanes of All Time

    17 Best Airplanes of All Time

    by Kelley Marks60

  • The study of exoplanets is a relatively new field of astronomy. There are four main methods used by astronomers to discover new exoplanets: direct imaging, the radial velocity method, astrometry and gravitational microlensing.

    Exoplanet Detection Techniques: How to Find a Planet

    Exoplanet Detection Techniques: How to Find a Planet

    by Sam Brind0

  • This article explores the scientific principles and theories pertaining to black holes. What are black holes? Where do they come from? Finally, and most importantly, what can they tell us about the universe at large?

    What Are Black Holes?

    What Are Black Holes?

    by Larry Slawson10

  • These distances are measured in degrees and radians. The angular diameters of these objects are normally very small; therefore, it is better to represent them in degrees, arcminutes and arcseconds.

    How to Measure the Angular Size of the Big Dipper

    How to Measure the Angular Size of the Big Dipper

    by Jose Juan Gutierrez0

  • Looking toward the heavens, or looking deep into atoms, we find mostly emptiness. I'll take you on an illustrative tour to explain why the universe and all matter is basically empty.

    Why the Universe Is Mostly Empty Space

    Why the Universe Is Mostly Empty Space

    by Glenn Stok6

  • Comets are astronomical phenomena that can both bedazzle and frustrate would-be viewers. Outside of the professional observatories, most people pay little attention. Amateur enthusiasts are a small part of the population.

    Comet Watching

    Comet Watching

    by Liz Elias9

  • In the main, the most important objects found in our solar system are named after figures found in Greek and Roman mythology. This is true of 7 of the 8 planets, as they are named after Roman deities.

    Roman Mythology and the Planets

    Roman Mythology and the Planets

    by Colin Quartermain6

  • This is the third page in a series of guides for anyone who wants to learn a little more about our night sky. This page looks at those most numerous of all objects visible in the night sky - the stars

    Astronomy—A Beginner's Guide to the Stars

    Astronomy—A Beginner's Guide to the Stars

    by Greensleeves Hubs10

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