On February 18, 1930, the off and on again planet Clyde Tombaugh discovered Pluto. We’re wishing the hidden planet a happy birthday.
With the Omricon Variant rearing its head, it makes sense that we can view the 4 December eclipse from Capetown, South Africa, since it supposedly comes from
Paul and Prosper Henri named the 1621 Laurentia Asteroid for an amateur French chemist, Joseph Jean Pierre Laurent on 21 April 1876. Laurentia is also the botanical
Asteroid Sedna named for the Intuit myth, is farther away from the Sun than Pluto, thus making it one of the coldest known asteroids. How cold is
Here is something I happened upon: an eclipse map. Looking at it and the arrow from its crest forward, it would seem that the LA area is
Tempe, Arizona Two cosmochemists at Arizona State University have made the first-ever measurements of water contained in samples from the surface of an asteroid. The samples came
The 1621 Laurentia Asteroid was named for an amateur French chemist, Joseph Jean Pierre Laurent by its discovered Paul and Prosper Henri on 21 April 1876. Laurentia
Cassini via JPL sent its last pictures of Saturn onto us this week, and they are real beauties. Cassini has been in space for two decades, and
What is an eclipse and why was the 2017 eclipse so big? Celestiology looks at how eclipses happens and the August 21st eclipse versus all the others.