If it’s quiet solitude and beauty you seek, there is no better place than the surface of Mars. Mars has earned its moniker as the red planet, but the HiRISE camera aboard NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) can transform the subtle differences of soils into a rainbow of colours.
Sarah Stewart is living her ideal life—and it just got sweeter. The University of California, Davis planetary physicist recently…
Scientists have found a monster crater under the ice in Greenland, formed from the impact of an asteroid over a kilometer across. And it may have hit as recently as 12,000 years ago.
Ainda não se sabe o que causou as emissões detetadas pelos investigadores
Water ice was detected at the darkest, coldest regions of the moon’s south pole (left) and north pole. This is important news.
Massivo olho coronal no sol com ventos solares a dirigirem-se para a terra nos próximos dias.
NASA has just released a 4K video tour of Earth’s moon and the footage will make your jaw drop. Even though Earth’s moon can be viewed in unprecedented detail from Earth, NASA has recently released a video filmed in 4k showing off the surface of the moon in unprecedented close-up detail, and the video will […]
The bizarre interstellar visitor that whizzed through our Solar System late last year stunned scientists the world over. The object, named Oumuamua snuck up out of nowhere, cruising around the Sun and then slingshotting back out into space before most astronomers even knew what to make of it. Its strange
Music fans were given an unexpected surprise when a fiery meteorite gatecrashed a set by the Foo Fighters during a Dutch music festival.
Buck Rogers – NASA admits losing the original flight data from the most important technological event of all time.
Calculating the stars in the cosmos is like trying to calculate the number of sand grains on a beach, it’s not possible. Even though approximations differ among different experts, the overall agreement is that there are no less than between 100 billion and 200 billion galaxies in our universe. Just think about that for a […]
This article by Miles Mathis was originally published by MilesMathis.com. (First published April 17, 2015) I have written several papers critiquing
La velocidad del viento solar que está soplando en estos momentos sobre nuestro planeta es de 650-700 kilómetros por segundo, casi el doble de la media.