Archive of 2015 August

23Aug2015

Teaching Kids About Stars

When teaching children about stars, make your lessons interactive as possible. Astronomy book courses aren't enough because stars can be rather abstract for kids to understand. (more…)

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23Aug2015

Scientists Still Can’t Find UFOs

Neil deGrasse Tyson is America’s most famous astrophysicist and host of the modern remake of the science show “Cosmos.” So it is hardly surprising that he has something to say on UFOs. (more…)

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23Aug2015

The Universe Will Eventually Vanish

Imagine a dark Universe with no stars, no planets, no galaxies. In 100 billion years astronomers could be out of work from no celestial objects to observe. (more…)

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23Aug2015

Hawking And Billionaire Join In $100 Million Search For E.T.

The Breakthrough Prize Foundation and founder, internet investor Yuri Milner, signed a contract with UC Berkeley to lead a major escalation in the search for extraterrestrial intelligence, or SETI. (more…)

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22Aug2015

Kids Astronomy Night In The Hastings

Next to Dinosaurs kids lover space the best. Just ask any teacher. There are very few children I’ve ever met that don’t love to talk about stars, planets, moons, comets, and asteroids. (more…)

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22Aug2015

Buzz Aldrin’s Travel Expenses For Moon Mission Revealed

It's the travel expense claim to top all others. Most people think the Apollo 11 astronauts cost us all an exorbitant amount in 1969. In fact, for Buzz Aldrin, it cost $33.31 to go to the moon and back. (more…)

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22Aug2015

Radio Ham Talks To Space Station From Garden Shed

An amateur radio enthusiast has described how he made contact with the International Space Station from his garden shed. many have tried and failed but once in awhile, someone gets lucky. (more…)

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21Aug2015

Russian Space Junk Was On Collision Course With Queensland

A large piece of radioactive space junk, on a collision course with heavily populated southeast Queensland nearly 20 years ago, triggered an emergency response that went all the way to the White House. (more…)

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21Aug2015

Let’s talk About NASA And Space Spinoffs

Generally, when people think of the technology used in space exploration, they are likely to call it “impressive” before they call it “practical.”You might be surprised how wrong this is! (more…)

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21Aug2015

FREE Astronomy And Telescope Lessons

FREE Astronomy And Telescope Lessons Sessions conducted at our dark sky viewing site SANCROX RESERVE Colvin Street Sancrox NSW (Via Wauchope) All Enquiries. davereneke@gmail.com  

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21Aug2015

MOVA – The Most Amazing Product I’ve Ever Reviewed!

Simply put.. this is one of, if not the best product I have ever reviewed! I love it! Forget anything else you've ever seen. If you're a teacher, a student or just a space buff like me, you'll love this. (more…)

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21Aug2015

How Asteroids Could Fuel ‘Gas Stations’ In Outer Space

Preparing a mission for outer space is a little bit like getting ready to go camping. If you don’t pack enough of the necessary provisions for the whole trip, it’s going to be tough to make it back home. (more…)

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06Aug2015

Best Meteor Shower Starts August 10

Here’s something you don’t need a telescope ,or binoculars for and can be enjoyed by the whole family. It’s meteor watching and it requires patience, not a telescope. So, let’s go! (more…)

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