Learn how our solar system formed, how it was discovered and the names of the planets, dwarf planets and regions of space that orbit our sun. (Space.com) More
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Posted on 17 November 2017 | 11:44 pm | Google News
How to Use Mobile Apps to See the Solar System's Ice-Giant Planets
Uranus and Neptune are the third- and fourth-largest planets in our solar system, each about half the size of Saturn, or four times the size of Earth. But they orbit the sun at such ... Superior planets, which orbit farther from the sun than Earth does ...
Posted on 17 November 2017 | 7:36 am | Google News
The Leonid Meteor Shower: A Comprehensive Guide | Digital Trends
In the coming days, the annual Leonid meteor shower will reach peak activity. That said, here's a comprehensive guide to the celestial event.
Leonid meteor shower peaks this weekend: Ideal viewing conditions in store for millions
November's Leonid meteor shower
Leonid Meteor Shower 2017: When, Where & How to See It This Week
Posted on 15 November 2017 | 8:03 pm | Google News
6 Totally Normal Behaviors That Might Mean You're a Psychopath, According to Science
"The desire for power, status, and money characterizing Dark Triad individuals," the researchers write, seems to guide their choice of majors. In other words, going ... According to a preliminary study from New York University, people with higher ...
Posted on 13 November 2017 | 3:57 pm | Google News
The Mental Floss Guide to the November Night Sky
Venus is about the size of Earth (it is, in many ways, our evil twin), and is one planet closer to the Sun than Earth in its orbit. It is a stunning, unblinking ... The first planet to be discovered by telescope, Uranus is the nearest of the two "ice ...
Posted on 1 November 2017 | 12:10 pm | Google News
Albert Einstein's notes on life and happiness to go on sale
Showers of meteors periodically pass through the area where the Earth is, as gravitational disturbances upset the Oort Cloud, which is a shell of icy objects on the edge of the solar system. They happen on a 26-million year cycle, scientists have said ...
Posted on 24 October 2017 | 5:59 am | Google News
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