If black holes are the future of everything why stop there and not push to understand more about what might be within its belly once light can’t escape? … More Black Holes Are The Future of Everything
So, what are black holes? When I was younger black holes scared me so much, I swore one was going to destroy our world. … More Black Holes Are Everything!
Frankie is a 21st-century computer programmer, turned ufologist when she is approached by the members of the LSS Slicer crew. The starship being commanded by Captain Caldwell. She becomes their most significant asset in the temporal war. … More Frankenstein Book Cover Reveal from the Supra Project
Following observations of a new exoplanet orbiting the star GJ436—30 light years from Earth, astronomers were astonished to conclude that the massive world was composed largely of ice, covered by a thin hydrogen shell. … More Did You Know About Hot Ice?
The biggest key to separating a large asteroid from a dwarf planet is made up of several factors. The first is that an asteroid that is big enough to meet the dwarf planet requirement is not circular as planets normally are. They are often entirely different shapes, and rarely have similarities between them! … More The World of Asteroids
A chance that comes along so sparingly that it is truly a venture worth pausing and taking nut a moment not only to muse, nay, to ponder on why you would not wish to partake. … More Naming A Planet
Meteors, also known as shooting stars, are pieces of dust and debris from space that burn up in Earth’s atmosphere, where they can create bright streaks across the night sky. When Earth passes through the dusty trail of a comet or asteroid’s orbit, the many streaks of light in the sky are known as a meteor shower. — Space.com … More Meteors and You
Starhopper is currently fitted with a single Raptor, although Starship will boast seven, and Super Heavy will enjoy a massive push from a cluster of thirty-one, yes, 31! Raptors. … More Starhopper Success Firing
Acid rain comes from the gasses released into the atmosphere and usually falls not far from the volcano. You will also have a large amount of ash. It looks like snow and though some of it is “fluffy” chunks—a large amount of it is fine and will choke you. … More Composite Volcanoes
Let’s go back to Earth this week shall we? Why? Because it is easiest to describe a couple of the remaining types of volcanoes by using examples from there. This week we are going to take a look at Cone and Dome Volcanoes. … More Cone and Dome Volcanoes
Once we thought we were at the centre of the universe, then, we realized, after the Galileo affair took place when he confirmed Nicolaus Copernicus’ heliocentric theory that we might have been wrong.
We had to go a long way before recognizing it as a star among billions of others and that in fact, might not be as special as we originally thought it to be. One thing remains for sure: all stars live long and die hard! … More All Stars Live Long And Die Hard