Voyager Mission Update

With all this talk of new NASA missions to the Moon and Mars let us reminisce about one of the oldest space craft still operational. I must admit up front,…

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The 1859 Carrington Event

A solar flare erupts on January 22, 2012. On the morning of September 1, 1859, Richard Carrington an English amateur astronomer was in his observatory on his country estate outside…

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Seeing Jupiters Galilean Moons

Jupiter has at least 79 natural satellites, or moons — many are small objects that have been trapped by the massive planet's gravity. The four largest moons were first observed…

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See Jupiter in the Daytime

Jupiter and Venus the two brightest planets can easily be seen with the naked eye in the daytime if you know where to look.This is a little bit easier when…

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Spring Equinox Australia

Spring Equinox 2020 in Southern Hemisphere will be at11:30 pm onTuesday, 22 September Equinox happens when sun shines directly on an equator. There is an equinox if daytime hours equals…

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