Post by: Matt Williams
Astronomy, Extrasolar Planets, sun
18 May , 2016 by Matt Williams
According to a recent study from the Carl Sagan Institute, aging red giant stars could still have habitable zones that create life on its distant planets
Aeronautics, Guide to Space, Physics
17 May , 2016 by Matt Williams
Simply put, air resistance (aka. drag) describes the forces that act opposite to an object’s velocity as it travels through an atmosphere
Astronomy, International Space Station, News
16 May , 2016 by Matt Williams
Thanks to astronaut Tim Peake, people here on Earth have been treated for the first time to an image of what a chipped window aboard the ISS looks like!
Astronomy, Cosmology, News
15 May , 2016 by Matt Williams
Using the largest 3-D map of the Universe to date, an team of researchers has shown that Einstein’s theory of general relativity holds up 100 years later
News, Space Flight, Technology
13 May , 2016 by Matt Williams
After nearly a year in orbit, speculation still abounds as to the X-37B spacecraft’s true purpose, and what its been doing up there all this time
Hyperloop, News, Technology
12 May , 2016 by Matt Williams
At a facility the Nevada Desert, the startup company known as Hyperloop One recently conducted a successful test of the technology that could revolutionize transport
Astronomy, New Horizons, News, Pluto
11 May , 2016 by Matt Williams
Thanks to new data from the New Horizons mission that shows how Pluto behaves as both a planet and a comet, it may be necessary to reclassify this world again!
Astronomy, Guide to Space
When you remove all the touch-ups and filters, the planets of the Solar System look slightly different than you might imagine, especially in terms of color
Astronomy, Earth, Guide to Space
9 May , 2016 by Matt Williams
In billions of years, the Sun will enter its “Red Giant” phase and expand considerably. So naturally, we have to ask, will the Earth survive?
6 May , 2016 by Matt Williams
The planet Mars has a highly eccentric orbit around the Sun, and takes a little under two years for it to complete a single orbit
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