An Astronomical Analogy
Falcon Heavy is by far the powerful rocket to have been manufactured. Thanks to SpaceX, it will liftoff on Feb 6 2018 from the launch pad 39A, located at Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral - the same one used by NASA’s Apollo moon missions making this one historical too. Although NASA is in-progress of... Continue Reading →
Sound barrier was broken a long time ago. Ever since that law was broken, sci-fi geeks have been waiting to see more of “fantasy come true”. One of which is the warp drive from star trek. How far are we from that? Or how close are we? Let me not drag the answer, scientists... Continue Reading →
I dedicate one week of every month’s to post about questions taken from Quora. Here goes this month’s bunch. Where exactly is our solar system located? If you examine our Milky Way graphical upper view, it sort of looks like an octopus’s top view but with spiral shaped arms. These arms illuminate interstellar dust and... Continue Reading →
Astronomers at the ESO (European Southern Observatory) have found 72 new galaxies hiding in the plain sight. This was observed by Multi Unit Spectroscopic Explorer (MUSE), a second generation instrument in development for the Very Large Telescope (VLT) of the ESO. The galaxies were observed on the area in space called “Hubble Ultra Deep Field”,... Continue Reading →
Did someone just respond to our voyager call?
Check out what that is!
#NASA #Alien #Space #OuterSpace #Interstellar #Oumuamua
Enceladus, named after a Greek mythology giant, is the sixth largest moon of the planet Saturn known for its icy surface which makes it the most reflective bodies of the Solar System. It's not just the icy and the reflective surface that makes it eminent but the hydrothermal vents spewing water vapor and ice particles... Continue Reading →