The hard thing if you believe that we, as a society need to be doing more to prevent crisis is that the public has a notoriously short attention span for crisis in terms of planets and the Earth.  Heck, it took Earth Day itself over 40 years to get to the point where the average… Read Article →

Many young people that want to be an astrologist don’t realize the rigorous education they will need to attain.  It’s important that those willing to get this education take the time to use free online tool that will promote their success such as a gpa calculator. Getting straight A’s does not always guarantee one success… Read Article →

It is the largest infrared telescope ever to have been sent up into space, but alas scientists are expecting the end to be coming soon.  It’s called the Herschel Space Observatory and was launched in the Summer of 2009, it was of course named after the famous astronomer William Herschel.  It’s a huge telescope and… Read Article →

Space exploration isn’t exactly wha you see in the films. Where Hollywood might send people up into space and get in contact with weird and wonderful life forms in reality the majority of it is done in observatories across the world.  New discoveries happen from time to time but again, it is not like in… Read Article →

The other day I was watching CNN and they were interviewing an ex NASA engineer about his plans to create a private company which will be tasked with creating some type of defense against wayward asteroids. I had a hard time believing that a private company would need to do something like this-after all isn’t… Read Article →

Armageddon is a religious term. It refers the battle at the end of the world and of course to a corny movie starring Bruce Willis. The end of the world, especially if it happens quickly rather than through a slow painful degradation such as some environmentalists and writers predict will hold a strong religious significance… Read Article →

  During clear, mild nights there is often nothing better than looking up to the stars to relax. The twinkling of the lights in the sky is fascinating, and on a silent night offers a great opportunity for quiet reflection and contemplation. Everyone is able to appreciate the great mystery of space, and the fact… Read Article →

If you’re interested in space science and exploration you could be forgiven for thinking we’re in for a barren few years.  Space exploration seems to have been hit by boring earth bound problems like debts, rubbish banks and property crashes.  We’re always hearing about budget cuts in the ESA, NASA and all the other cool… Read Article →

Space exploration has always been a fascinating subject but so few take it further and beyond a childhood interest and make the efoort to go on to study it further. The internet is changing that with a vast amount of information available online as well as resouces to actually see some of the amazing things… Read Article →

  Astronomy is the study of celestial objects, like the moons, planets, stars and so on. Furthermore, it’s the study of the physics, chemistry and evolution of these objects. Gardening is the practice of planting, growing and observing the evolution of various seeds into plants. Looking closely, there’s a connection there, with difference being that… Read Article →

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