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!
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