Are you born between January 21st and February 18th? Then your zodiac sign is Aquarius! Your motto is: make the world a better place. Want to know what your zodiac sign says about you? Do you want to know everything there is to know about Aquarius? Then read on!Read the full article
Virgo Constellation Gift? Name a Star in Virgo!
The Chaldeans and other ancient nations knew Mars as one of the five “wandering stars” (the Greeks called the wandering stars planets, hence the current name for these bodies). They also know Mars’ characteristic that it sometimes moves backwards in the sky – the so called retrograde movement, but only in relation to faster bodies.Read the full article
It’s a brand new year, so let’s start our astronomical learning curve by checking out the biggest upcoming space missions for 2023!Read the full article
Have you heard of ALH 84001? Although the name is not that cool, the story behind it certainly is and deserves a full article devoted to it on our blog!Read the full article
In today’s blog, we will put an emphasis on humanity, ignoring all the limits we set between us here on Earth.
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On our planet, the Sun appears in the east, then it rises and when it reaches the highest point in the sky, it is noon. After that, the Sun descends towards the horizon and sets in the west. Then it’s evening. When the Sun rises again one day is completed.Read the full article
When the astronauts on the International Space Station woke up on December 14th, they certainly had a lot to see! The Soyuz MS-22 spacecraft (currently serving as a life-threatening rescue vehicle for the ISS crew) was surrounded by a diffuse canopy.Read the full article
For anyone wondering, the title is Latin for Happy New Year!Read the full article
We live in 195 countries, speak over 7100 languages and practice about 4200 different religions. Truly colorful!Read the full article
When one reflects upon the immensity of the universe, it stands to reason that it might be impossible to map it all out. Yet, John Hopkins University astronomers have done just that! Take a look.Read the full article