Our own solar system is a lot wondering. It delivers us wonderful events from time to time. And keeps us entertained! Not only one, this time, July is all set to witness two astronomical spectacles. On Friday, July 13, people across the world will be able to witness the second solar eclipse of 2018. Skygazers [...]Continue reading "Solar Eclipse 2018: Where, When, and How to See it?"
For the first time, astronomers have directly imaged the formation and expansion of a fast-moving jet of material ejected when a supermassive black hole ripped apart a star that wandered too close to the cosmic monster. The scientists tracked the event with radio and infrared telescopes, including the National Science Foundation’s Very Long Baseline Array [...]Continue reading "Astronomers have Caught Supermassive Blackhole Killing a Star"
NASA’s veteran Curiosity rover has found complex organic matter buried and preserved in ancient sediments that formed a vast lake bed on Mars more than 3bn years ago. The discovery is the most compelling evidence yet that long before the planet became the parched world it is today, Martian lakes were a rich soup of [...]Continue reading "Curiosity Finds Organic Matter in Martian Lake Bed"
Ever sinces the incident of Big Bang, about 14 billion years ago. The Universe was a violent place, full of gaseous pollution. We don't know for sure yet- how big our universe is. What we know is, its home to at least as much stars, as much there are grains of sand on earth. Using [...]Continue reading "OMG! We Just Glimpsed the First Stars of Early Universe"
This is now or wait a lot chance. The day of Wednesday 31st January, 2018 is the day of Moon. Its gonna be just as rare as it sounds. The Luna is all ready with its triple line up treat. All the eyes from western North America, Asia, the Middle East, Russia and Australia are on [...]Continue reading "Its Super Blue Blood Moon on 31st January 2018!"
You must, in worst case, have at least heard of Orion Nebula! Its one of the nearest & brightest object in the night sky. Its so huge that, you can see it even with naked eyes & with presence of little light pollution. The tour, I'm talking about, is of the same object. Nebula's are way [...]Continue reading "NASA Just Released the Most Detailed 3D Tour of Orion Nebula"