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10 Astronomical Events That Will Happen In Your Lifetime

10 Astronomical Events That Will Happen In Your Lifetime Number 10 Halley’s Comet Halley’s comet was named after astronomer Edmond Halley, who calculated its period of orbit, it is the only known short-period comet that is regularly visible to the naked eye from Earth. It is seen from Earth every 75-76 years and so, technically,… Read More »

Is Alien ‘Life’ Weirder Than We Imagine: Who Is Out There?

This is the Drake Equation, first presented in 1960, by Dr. Frank Drake, an astronomer at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in Green Bank, West Virginia, wherein N equals the number of civilizations in the Milky Way Galaxy whose electromagnetic emissions are detectable. R equals the rate of formation of stars suitable for the development… Read More »

#Astrology தமிழ் புத்தாண்டில் அரசியல் & மற்ற துறைகள் எப்படி? ஜீவ நாடி ஜோதிடர் பாபு கணிப்பு!

Hello sir, Hello sir, This is the Tamil Vihari year. This is a 18th baby nurse. Let’s read about it. This is the Tamil Vihari year. This is a 18th baby nurse. Let’s read about it. This is the Tamil Vihari year. This is a 18th baby nurse. Let’s read about it. Agasthiyar bless all… Read More »

Mütter Minute: Medical Horoscope

Do you consult your horoscope before visiting the doctor? Well, whether you do or you don’t, you might be interested in this little book. It was published in 1563 by a man named Padovani. It’s a guide to astrology and astronomy with emphasis on medicinal astrology. Now this is meant to be an aid to… Read More »

“Replicas” Star Alice Eve Reads Rachael’s Astrology Chart

You’re really into astrology, I heard, as well. So I did just read your stuff. Oh, yeah, you did? You’re very nice. 7:11 a.m., August 25th I gave her my stuff. I just read it. You’re very Virgo. I’m very Virgo. Very grounded. Very list oriented, too. Very list oriented, very practical, also very generous.… Read More »

Our Special Earth: Our “Solar Address” and the Goldilocks Habitable Zone | David Rives

Every star we see is a burning mass of plasma, similar to the sun. Even so, our Sun is not just any old star. It is a main sequence G2 Here on Earth, we’re about 93 million miles from the Sun. That might sound trivial, but it’s a very important distance. We are situated in… Read More »

Decoding the ancient astronomy of Stonehenge

Stonehenge was built and modified several times over the course of a thousand years starting around 5,000 years ago. This kit shows what the final version probably looked like based on the ruins that are there today. But some of these stones are simply missing so archaeologists can’t know for sure that this plan was… Read More »

Decoding the Stars: A New Look at Astrology

The CHRISTMAS LECTURES from the Royal Institution have delivered cutting edge science to young audiences for nearly 200 years. And that’s a very long time. That tradition is still running strong today, reaching even greater audiences on television, online, and most recently through 3D headsets. I’m Olympia Brown and I work at the Royal Institution… Read More »

TWL #5: Timekeeping on Mars

So, there’s this fantastic Wikipedia list descriptively titled: Wikipedia:Unusual Articles. I just remember it as, That Wikipedia List It’s a collection of hundreds of articles about unusual, unexpected, and unbelievable subjects. No matter what link you click, it’s bound to be interesting. For that reason, every week, I’m going to click on a new link,… Read More »