Archive of 2017 December

08Dec2017

Astronomy/Space DVDs – Clearance

ASTRONOMY & SPACE DVDs Prepare to immerse yourself in subjects that will not only show you the beauty and expanse of the cosmos but teach you something about it as well. Brand new and sealed DVDs - this is the last of our stock (more…)

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08Dec2017

Most Distant Known Supermassive Black Hole Found

An international group of astronomers has discovered and measured the distance to the most distant supermassive black hole ever found. The newly-discovered black hole sits in the center of the ultrabright quasar J1342+0928. (more…)

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08Dec2017

Photo Of Big Bang’s Afterglow Wins Breakthrough Prize

Its been expected for a long time. A photo showing the afterglow of the Big Bang was awarded the $3 million Breakthrough Prize at NASA’s Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, California. T (more…)

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08Dec2017

The Moon Hoax Theory Is A Hoax

It has been one of the world's biggest conspiracy theories and speculation and theories abound about why anomalies in NASA photographs prove they must have been taken in a studio on Earth, before the world was duped in July 1969. (more…)

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07Dec2017

NASA Raises Possibility Of Life On Pluto

It’s been a rough ride for Pluto. After over a decade of discussion about whether or not it should be considered a planet, the big ball of ice and rock was officially demoted in 2006, and debate has raged over its status ever since. (more…)

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07Dec2017

Earthworms Successfully Procreate in NASA-Made ‘Mars Soil’

Scientists in the Netherlands have successfully bred two earthworms in simulated Mars soil.  Wageningen University and Research Centre biologist, Wieger Wamelink have made an amazing discovery. (more…)

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07Dec2017

NASA To Send Probe To Asteroid Worth £8,000 Quarillion

The huge metallic asteroid which is 252km in diameter and experts estimate that it is worth up to £8,000 quadrillion (£8,000,000,000,000,000,000) due to the wealth of rare minerals on it such as platinum. (more…)

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05Dec2017

Product Review – The Incredible SvBony Sv25 Scope

SvBONY Telescopes  The Perfect Entry Level Astronomy or  Travel Telescope  Scope  for Kids to Adult Beginners Stargaze The Moon and Planets With Ease (more…)

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05Dec2017

Learn Astronomy in 10 Easy Steps

The stars beckon to anyone who spends a bit of time looking up. Maybe you’ve just been struck by the view. It looks complicated to learn but it isn't. (more…)

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05Dec2017

New Way To Hear ET’s Signals

ASfter all this time the search for extraterrestrial intelligence has a powerful new tool at its disposal, Australian scientists report. (more…)

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04Dec2017

40 Years Since Men Last Walked On The Moon

AFTER burning up billions in expenses, peaking at almost $US8 billion in 1966, NASA’s Apollo space program, the Moon landing program ended abruptly with the Apollo 17 mission in December 1972. (more…)

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03Dec2017

Budweiser Wants to Brew Beer on Mars

If you’re traveling to Mars, you’re going to have to bring a lot of essentials along — water, air, fuel, food. And, let’s be honest, its very likely you probably wouldn’t mind packing some beer too. (more…)

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03Dec2017

China Trumps NASA With Working “StarTrek” Drive

According to the China Academy and scientists of Space Technology (CAST), NASA’s recent results “reconfirm” what they had already achieved and have ideas and plans to implement it as quickly as possible into their satellites. (more…)

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03Dec2017

Prepare for the Geminids

Grab your winter coat and mittens, pour some coffee, step outside and look up: The Geminid meteor shower — arguably the most robust shooting stars of 2017 — peaks the night of Dec. 13-14. (more…)

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03Dec2017

What The Heavens Tell us About Ourselves

The study of cosmology and exoplanets continue an exploration of humans’ own place in the universe that has lasted for at least 17,000 years.Its an understanding the heavens and what they tell us about ourselves. (more…)

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03Dec2017

Voyager 1 Fires Up Thrusters After 37 Years

  If you tried to start a car that's been sitting in a garage for decades, you might not expect the engine to respond. But a set of thrusters aboard the Voyager 1 spacecraft successfully fired up Wednesday after 37 years without use. (more…)

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