Archive of 2013 April

30Apr2013

How Can Anybody Believe In No Life On Any Other Planet?

How Can Anybody Truly Believe There's No Life On Any Other Planet?  Every once in awhile I write something making fun of what I consider to be silly beliefs regarding extraterrestrials or other space-related phenomena. (more…)

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30Apr2013

Dark Lightning… The Evil Twin of Bright Lightning?

Dark Lightning... The Evil Twin of Bright Lightning? Do you enjoy watching a great electrical storm? Then you'll enjoy this story. In a news release, scientists have now confirmed a release of high-energy radiation dubbed "dark lightning." (more…)

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30Apr2013

SpaceShipTwo Fires Engines for First Ever Supersonic Flight

 SpaceShipTwo Fires Engines for First Ever Supersonic Test Flight In a momentous and long awaited day in spaceflight, Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShipTwo spaceliner named “Enterprise” lit up her hybrid rocket engines in flight. (more…)

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30Apr2013

Hubble Checks Out Comet ISON

Hubble Checks Out Comet ISON The whole world is anxiously awaiting the appearance of Comet ISON and the Hubble Space Telescope is providing us with an early view. Speculation mounts to its size and brightness. (more…)

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30Apr2013

No, ISON is Not Nibiru

No, ISON is Not Nibiru. Comets always seem to bring ‘em out of the wood work. There’s a scene from the 1998 movie Deep Impact where the president, played by Morgan Freeman, reveals a terrible truth. (more…)

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30Apr2013

Gigantic Hurricane Spotted on Saturn

Gigantic Hurricane Spotted on Saturn  NASA's Cassini spacecraft has provided scientists the first close-up, visible-light views of a behemoth hurricane swirling around Saturn's north pole. See the amazing video. (more…)

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30Apr2013

Turn A Garden Shed Into A Backyard Observatory

 How To Turn A Garden Shed Into A Backyard Observatory. If you've ever envies people with their own backyard observatory and wondered if you could do the same, but much cheaper...read on. This is how Paul Markov solved the problem. (more…)

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29Apr2013

Entire Galaxies Feel The Heat Of Newborn Stars

Entire Galaxies Feel The Heat Of Newborn Stars If you think that star-formation only has an impact within the confines of a host galaxy, then think again. Thanks to the magic of the Hubble Space Telescope we're peering deep. (more…)

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28Apr2013

The Moon Is Toxic

The Moon Is Toxic. As our closest neighbor in space, a time-capsule of planetary evolution and the only world outside of Earth that humans have stepped foot on, the Moon is totally unique. (more…)

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28Apr2013

Aliens Most Likely On Moons Of Jupiter And Saturn

Aliens Most Likely Found On Icy Moons Of Jupiter And Saturn. This follows the setting up of the UK Centre for Astrobiology, which has been launched to investigate whether there is life beyond Earth. The moons are looking a good candidate now. (more…)

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27Apr2013

UFO Monument To Cost Us $150,000 AU

UFO Monument To Cost Us $150,000 AU. Australian taxpayers dollars are to be spent on a UFO amusement park celebrating what case 'investigators' claim was a significant  UFO sighting. Here is the news report below: (more…)

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27Apr2013

Fast Working ALMA Resolves Star-Forming Galaxies.

Fast Working ALMA Resolves Star-Forming Galaxies. In a scenario where millions of years are considered a short period of time, hours are barely a blink of an eye. Super technology is being used now in telescopes with dramatic results. (more…)

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26Apr2013

See Saturn At Its Brightest Now!

See Saturn At Its Brightest Now! The Solar System is a beautiful place filled with wonders that NASA space probes are only beginning to discover.  There's a tendency, though, for people to become indifferent to it all. (more…)

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26Apr2013

Bright Blazar’s Emission Defies Explanations

Bright Blazar's Emission Defies Explanations When it comes to sheer wattage, blazars definitely rule. As the brightest of active galactic nuclei, these sources of extreme high-energy gamma rays are simply powerful and stunning! (more…)

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25Apr2013

Chandra Sees Old Supernova In A New Light

Chandra Sees Old Supernova In A New Light Over a thousand years ago, astronomers in China, Japan, Europe were in awe as a new "light" graced the sky. Brighter than Venus and visible for weeks during  daylight hours. (more…)

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23Apr2013

Documentary To Open Government UFO Vaults

 UFO Documentary Reveals “Humanoid of Unknown Classification.” This all about a research project working to disclose the facts about UFOs, extraterrestrial intelligence, and classified advanced energy. You decide. (more…)

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