The Earth is teeming with life, but the upper atmosphere to kilometers underground. There’s no question that our planet has life. But is our planet itself alive?
Today we have story about how Newton ideas of physical world and mathematics continue to touch our lives. Also about Comet C/2013 US10.
Quite the exciting month for planets…if you like getting up early. 4 of the 5 visible planets are hanging out together in the mornings, with Mercury having its best apparition for the year in the evenings, along with two conjunctions of morning planets and some possible meteors.
The science that dictates our planet is the exact same physics that affects our entire universe. Trying to understand everything around us is just as simple as taking into account all the forces and factors that interact to make everything we see.
Enjoy the increasing daylight and temperature as we witness a planetary dance in the mornings, while preparing for a fantastic close encounter between three planets and the Moon in the last week.
What to observe in February? Listen to @awesomeastropod #skyguide and news round up today at #365DaysOfAstro. The team will cover Venus sample return mission, big far away star with very big planet, another ocean moon in Saturn and many more.
Today’s news: cosmic eruption fall back all around its young star, and helping form new planets in its outer regions
It’s been about a thousand years since since we last looked at Mercury. So we figured it’s time for an update. What new things have we learned about Mercury?
For the longest time the only gas giant planets that we knew about were Jupiter and Saturn. But now, in the age of extrasolar planets, astronomers have discovered thousands of gas giants across almost as many star systems. What new discoveries have been made about gas giants, both here in the solar system and across the Milky Way
Today Travelers in the Night will bring you stories about the discovery of 2015 GL13 and the basic building blocks of life were brought by small bodies. #365DaysOfAstro