Astronomy

Unattainable gems

- 1 August 2022

Uranus, Neptune, Pluto and the worlds beyond in the darkness of space-time enchant with their personality. They are actually somewhat like people; they resemble each other and yet they are so special and unique.

Wentian has merged with the CSS

- 31 July 2022

Earlier today, China’s most powerful Long March 5B rocket launched into space from the Wenchang rocket base carrying the large Wentian scientific research module. Only thirteen hours later, the module successfully docked with the central module (Tianhe) of the large Chinese space station Tiangong.

Revealing collisions of collapsing suns

- 31 July 2022

When a giant star explodes at the end of its life, it throws its outer layers into space, and what remains of the entire, once powerful star is its core of enormous mass which is almost entirely composed of neutrons. That’s why this remnant is called a neutron star. The material of that sugar cube-sized star here on Earth would weigh several billion tons.

Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope

- 31 July 2022

Astronomy is a beautiful science and its elementary determinant implies the use of the brain. Photos and information related to astronomy for some reason seem to delight almost everyone. In recent months and weeks, the whole world has inserted the term James Webb Space Telescope into its collective memory. And if you liked the James Webb Space Telescope, wait till you see Nancy!

6 Must-have Stargazing essentials

- 20 July 2022

Stargazing essentials

Stargazing is fun! Don’t know what to pack for a night of stargazing? We’ve collected 6 must-have stargazing essentials to catch a glimpse of the wonders of the universe. This blog will help to get you started on your journey learning about the brilliant starry sky. Build memories under the stars and make your night unforgettable!

What is a quark?

- 29 June 2022

The idea of the existence of quarks was born from the fact that hundreds of different subatomic particles have been discovered in the last half century. The knowledge that many of them take less than a billionth of a second before they disappear or transform, only confused the scientists at the time.