Winter Solstice
Observing

The Night Sky This Month: December 2019

November 30, 2019 James Miller 0

The Sun starts December traveling eastwards through the constellation Ophiuchus, and will cross into the constellation Sagittarius on the 18th, four days before the Winter Solstice occurs on the 22nd in the Northern Hemisphere, and […]

Perseus Constellation Family
Observing

The Night Sky This Month: November 2019

November 2, 2019 James Miller 0

A multitude of fascinating astronomical objects await stargazers in November’s cold crisp night sky, when it’s not cloudy of course! This includes prominent constellations such as Pegasus, Andromeda and Cassiopeia. High on the list of […]

Pegasus Constellation and M31
Observing

The Night Sky This Month: October 2019

October 1, 2019 James Miller 0

October’s night sky presents the opportunity to see the Summer Triangle in the southern sky in the early evening. Meanwhile, to the east of Cygnus is another famous asterism, namely the Great Square of Pegasus. […]

The Grandfather Paradox Explained
Time & Time Travel

Time Travel & the Grandfather Paradox Explained

September 10, 2019 James Miller 0

The Grandfather Paradox arises when something traveling back in time creates inconsistencies that contradict the timeline’s history. The most common cited example of this time travel paradox involves a person traveling to the past and […]

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