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Strange Things People Think What about Space

samedi 25 février 2017
People like to tell strange stories about the stars and planets. Most of them aren't supported by science, but which ones? Learn what's true and what's not.

Heat Moves through the Cosmos via Heat Transfer

samedi 25 février 2017
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Meet the Milky Way's Next-door Galactic Neighbor

samedi 25 février 2017
The Andromeda Galaxy is the closest spiral galaxy to the Milky Way and is on a possible collision course with our own galaxy in a few billion years.

The Mysterious Unseen Stuff of the Universe :...

samedi 25 février 2017
Cold dark matter is an unseen form of matter that may only be detected by the effect it has on the matter we can see. Learn more about this mysterious stuff.

The Mercury Astronauts Were the First to Space !

samedi 25 février 2017
The Mercury program astronauts were true pioneers. Learn how the original seven astronauts were selected from among the nation's top pilots.

Space Missions through the Years

samedi 25 février 2017
Space exploration has been going on since the 1950s; here's a list of best-known current and future missions.

Look Out for Smith Cloud !

samedi 25 février 2017
The Milky Way is being targeted by an incoming cloud of gas that probably got slingshotted out from our galaxy some 70 million years go (when dinosaurs still ruled our planet).

Albert Einstein : Father of General Relativity

samedi 25 février 2017
Albert Einstein made important contributions to physics and our understanding of the universe. Read more about his life and work.

Learn about the Stars in the Universe

jeudi 23 février 2017
This quick primer on stars tells us how they form, how long their life cycles are, and what their ultimate fates will be.

Should Pluto Be a Planet ? Why the Debate...

jeudi 23 février 2017
The debate about Pluto's planetary status rages on, and rightfully should be settled by planetary astronomers and not by fiat through the IAU.

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