Latest Planets in astrology Stories
Grab your telescopes and look to the heavens, because four of our solar system’s planet will be visible in the night sky this month!
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NASA has released the first color map of Ceres, and while the data is still said to have come from early observational stages, it nonetheless indicates that the dwarf planet was shaped by a series of diverse processes since its formation some 4.5 billion years ago.
Y is there a Y-shape on Venus? For 5 decades, it's been a mystery, but a new type of wave in space might be responsible.
There are only five bodies in our solar system that are known to bear rings. The most obvious is the planet Saturn; to a lesser extent, rings of gas and dust also encircle Jupiter, Uranus, and Neptune. The fifth member of this haloed group is Chariklo, one of a class of minor planets called centaurs: small, rocky bodies that possess qualities of both asteroids and comets.
After a journey of more than 7 1/2 years, NASA’s Dawn spacecraft was expected to enter orbit around Ceres, the largest object in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter, this morning.
Tomorrow night (February 6, 2015), Jupiter, the largest planet in our solar system, will make its closest encounter to Earth until the year 2019 due to its opposition to the Sun, making it visible in the night’s sky. The planet will be located in front of the constellation Cancer, nearby the star Regulus, the brightest star in constellation Leo.
In Christian tradition, the Star of Bethlehem guided the magi to the town of Bethlehem, where they meet the baby Jesus and present him with gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh – but what was this light that guided them, and is there astronomical truth to its Biblical appearance?
Uranus is typically a tranquil, distant blue world that is barely visible using amateur telescopes, but recent turbulent storms on the planet’s surface have been detected by professionals and amateurs alike.
Exhibit and Website Inspire Families to Look Up, Explore the Sun, the Moon and the Stars Boston, MA (PRWEB) July 24, 2014 Boston Children’s Museum
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