• 10 Interesting Facts about Ganymede
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    10 Interesting Facts about Ganymede

    Ganymede is the biggest satellite in the solar system, and also the biggest object in the solar system that does not have a substantial atmosphere. Discovered by Galileo in January of the year 1610 along [...]
  • 5 Bizarre Paradoxes Of Time Travel Explained
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    5 Bizarre Paradoxes Of Time Travel Explained

    There is nothing in Einstein’s theories of relativity to rule out time travel, although the very notion of traveling to the past violates one of the most fundamental premises of physics, that of causality. With [...]
  • 10 Interesting Facts about Red Dwarf Stars
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    10 Interesting Facts about Red Dwarf Stars

    Unlike most other classes of stars that have clear and unambiguous classification standards, red dwarf stars fall into a wide variety of masses, luminosities, and spectra that have thus far eluded proper classification. In fact, [...]
  • Andromeda Galaxy (M31)
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    15 Interesting Andromeda Galaxy Facts

    Part of Local Group If it were possible to travel anywhere in the galaxy, the next step would be to visit our 54 or so neighbouring minor galaxies, most of them dwarfs, that surround the [...]
  • Biggest Meteor Showers Of The Year
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    10 Biggest Meteor Showers Of The Year

    Meteor showers provide some of the most awe inspiring celestial events of the year. As would agree any stargazer fortunate enough to have seen a particularly prolific meteor shower raining down dozens of “shooting stars” [...]
  • Top 15 Astronomy Myths
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    Top 15 Astronomy Myths

    1: Copernicus First Suggested Earth Revolves Around Sun Polish astronomer Copernicus (1473-1543) was not the first person to suggest the Earth revolves around a stationary Sun, but he was the first to revive and elaborate [...]
  • Cocoon Nebula
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    Nebulae Named After Insects

    Nebulae are large clouds of interstellar dust and ionized gases which provide the basic building blocks from which the stars and solar systems are created. These stellar nurseries are mostly composed of hydrogen (90%) and [...]
  • 7 Mysteries Of Time Explained
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    7 Mysteries Of Time Explained

    1: Did Time Exist Before The Big Bang? The Universe is believed to be around 13.7 billion years old, before which space and time did not exist and everything was compacted into a singularity smaller [...]

Stargazing

  • Alpine Valley on Moon
    Favourable illumination on the night of the 13th and then again on the night of the 25th will offer lunar observers two excellent opportunities to view a major cleft, known as the Alpine Valley. This 166km valley cuts across the Apennine [...]

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