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A bite-size answer to the question what is a light year?
Published by Steve Sudbury 97 months ago in Astronomy | +30 votes | 18 comments
Leonardo da Vinci explained the phenomenon in the early 1500s when he realized that both Earth and the Moon reflect sunlight. Light is reflected from the Earth to the Moon and back to the Earth as Earthshine.
Published by Lauren Axelrod 111 months ago in Astronomy | +28 votes | 19 comments
Sun Solar Storms are threats to Earth. With the electrical and electronic power dependency of humans for its daily life, Earth becomes vulnerable to these storms. NASA continues to intensify its space missions to understand the sun and its effects to Earth.
Published by Simplyoj (Joy L. Carnay) 109 months ago in Astronomy | +27 votes | 16 comments
Published by 130 months ago in Astronomy | +25 votes | 10 comments
Are scientists digging into earth's history and creating a real Jurassic Park? Are astrologists probing the universe like an alligator being poked in the wild with a toothpick in the eye? Find out
Published by Dwayne Ivey 91 months ago in Astronomy | +24 votes | 8 comments
Interesting facts and figures about leap years, from the celestial to the strange.
Published by Louise Jones 106 months ago in Astronomy | +21 votes | 6 comments
10 Biggest Impact Craters on Earth
Published by deepblue 109 months ago in Astronomy | +18 votes | 11 comments
This article covers the basic concepts of thermodynamics and how they apply to the theory of heat death.
Published by Jacob Funk 112 months ago in Astronomy | +18 votes | 3 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 106 months ago in Astronomy | +16 votes | 5 comments
Black holes, their formation, and their future. A popular level presentation for all.
Published by Dr. Johnson C Philip 113 months ago in Astronomy | +16 votes | 14 comments
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Published by Petal 108 months ago in Astronomy | +15 votes | 2 comments
Black holes have a direct connection to the Milky Way galaxy as well as most galaxies in the universe.
Published by Bella Delanna 104 months ago in Astronomy | +13 votes | 8 comments
Amazing and interesting facts about the largest planet in our solar system - Jupiter,
Published by Nobert Bermosa 105 months ago in Astronomy | +13 votes | 7 comments
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Published by Petal 108 months ago in Astronomy | +13 votes | 5 comments
This article is written in response to a question asked on Knoji about how ancient people's knew about astrology without the aid of a telescope. Basically the ancient peoples relied on the naked eye and their observations of the heavens. The ancient Polynesians had memorized the positioning of over 100 stars to navigate their ocean voyages. The Egyptians used the sun and constellations to build the great pyramids.
Published by carol roach 85 months ago in Astronomy | +12 votes | 6 comments
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