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  It’s New Year’s Eve, and that means millions of people around the world will be looking up towards the sky, although this probably won’t be for the constellations or night time activity, but instead for the bright flashes from fireworks.  In my home town in North Devon, we all line the banks of the… Read Article →

Some pioneering individuals who used to work for NASA have set up a company called Golden Spike. Their goal is to send the first tourists to the moon as part of their space tourism venture, their deadline is before 2020.  The company said that this business was perfectly timed as the there have been developments… Read Article →

Humans have been explored space since the beginning of the ages. In Camarillo Observatory we are researching the mysteries of universe as well as observing new and unknown space objects. Lately it has come to attention that the Speed of light has various and unknown possibilities e.g. it could be possible to do time travel… Read Article →

There has been published this month a study based on a collaboration of Japanese and European scientists on the stellar processes responsible for creating various elements including silver. We all are probably familiar with the creation process behind the lighter elements like hudrogen and helium for example.  They were all created during the Big Bang… Read Article →

While star-gazing with the latest technology is a sure way to enjoy some of the finest experiences of the skies above our head, during a recent excursion into Cornwall I had the chance to get back to basics with nothing more than a basic telescope and one of the purest dark skies I have seen… Read Article →

If you’re at all interested in astronomy or space exploration then I’m sure you’ve heard of Patrick Moore and his show the Sky at Night.  The shows has been around for a staggering 55 years and has captivated generations of star gazers – me included.   Last April to celebrate the anniversary, Patrick selected 55… Read Article →

NASA’s incredible Curiosity rover sure is being kept busy, not only is it exploring the surface of Mars but now it’s an interplanetary broadcaster.  I’m referring of course to it’s broadcast of the song – the first time that the human voice has been broadcast from another planet. However the serious business is building… Read Article →

I think that most of us here can agree on one simple premise, the space program gives us a number of break throughs and inventions that are not directly related with its usualy tenents of exploring space and showing the rest of the universe what the human race is all about. One of the real… Read Article →

The fabulous Curiosity Rover sent by NASA to explore the surface of Mars has started it’s trek to a location over 400 metres away.  The journey will not be the quickest taking several weeks but the journey is not it’s first have managed two previous small drives without problems.  The target is a feature they… Read Article →

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