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One of the most obvious examples of celestial navigation -navigation making use of the stars and constellations- is the use of Polaris to know which way is north. Although religions exaggerated the distinctions, essentially Phoenicia, Canaan, and Israel were a single people, with the Phoenicians representing the coastal, sea-going element.
Published by Dr. David Warmflash 85 months ago in Astronomy | +1 votes | 1 comments
Aurora is a luminous atmospheric phenomenon occurring in 60° higher and lower latitudes, described by columns of rapidly shifting patches of lights of different hues
Published by Mark 85 months ago in Astronomy | +7 votes | 1 comments
Amazing and interesting facts about the largest planet in our solar system - Jupiter,
Published by Nobert Bermosa 85 months ago in Astronomy | +13 votes | 7 comments
Holidays that haveme amount of sunlight, while each solstice marks the time when Earth’s axis is most tilted with respect to the Sun. Today, we are ate, the Babylonian Ishtar, and the Roman Venus, all of whom were associated with Venus, the planet. Like all peoples of the Ancient Near East, the Israelites spent a great deal of time looking at the skies and watching the lights. Third in brightness after th Asherah was also a  Holidays that haveme amount of sunlight, while each solst...
Published by Dr. David Warmflash 85 months ago in Astronomy | +5 votes | 1 comments
The lunar cycle consists of phases as the appearance of the Moon from Earth changes. "Menstruation" and "Monday" are derived from the word for Moon.
Published by Dr. David Warmflash 85 months ago in Astronomy | +4 votes | 0 comments
The only probes to search directly for the presence of life were NASAÂ’s Viking 1 and Viking 2 landers (VL1 and VL2), sent to Mars in 1976. The Phoenix Lander was the first of NASAÂ’s Scout class missions. It landed in the Martian arctic (the region around the Martian North Pole) and its findings together with those of Viking may change our perspective on the question of Martian life.
Published by Dr. David Warmflash 86 months ago in Astronomy | +3 votes | 0 comments
A constellation is a pattern of stars that is recognized officially by professional astronomers. An asterism is a pattern of stars that has not been recognized officially.
Published by Dr. David Warmflash 86 months ago in Astronomy | +2 votes | 0 comments
WhatÂ’s the difference between a comet, asteroid and meteor. A brief overview of comets, asteroids and meteoroids along with a few interesting facts about each.
Published by Judith Barton 86 months ago in Astronomy | +16 votes | 5 comments
Holidays that haveme amount of sunlight, while each solstice marks the time when Earth’s axis is most tilted with respect to the Sun. Today, we are ate, the Babylonian Ishtar, and the Roman Venus, all of whom were associated with Venus, the planet. Like all peoples of the Ancient Near East, the Israelites spent a great deal of time looking at the skies and watching the lights. Third in brightness after th Asherah was also a  Holidays that haveme amount of sunlight, while each solst...
Published by Dr. David Warmflash 86 months ago in Astronomy | +8 votes | 3 comments
Interesting facts and figures about leap years, from the celestial to the strange.
Published by Louise Jones 86 months ago in Astronomy | +21 votes | 6 comments
A hundred years ago, people thought that the universe was made up only of our own Milky Way galaxy. Today, scientists say that there are billions of galaxies. Much of what is known about the existence of these galaxies can be attributed to Edwin Hubble.
Published by Levy Dalumpines 86 months ago in Astronomy | +8 votes | 1 comments
The sun constantly erupts and sends out shock waves that are unleashed from its surface as solar flares. These solar flares are also called CME or coronal mass ejections.
Published by Knojiwriter 87 months ago in Astronomy | +5 votes | 0 comments
Suspended between distant stars in a galaxy are glowing gases and dust particles, which obscures visible light and makes distant galaxies look as though they were surreal and magical.
Published by Mark 87 months ago in Astronomy | +4 votes | 0 comments
This is the discussion about the Universe and more specifically, the Double Ribbon Conjecture. It is a theory about how and what the universe might be.
Published by Emperor Frederick Von Seidl 87 months ago in Astronomy | +1 votes | 0 comments
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Published by Petal 87 months ago in Astronomy | +13 votes | 5 comments
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