A total lunar eclipse happens today all over the world and many are excited about it for two reason. First, because it’s going to be the longest and deepest total lunar eclipse in more than a decade and second, the moon is expected to become a hue of red sometime during the event.
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R136a1, no that’s not a typo error, but the name of the recently discovered star by scientists which according to them is the biggest on record to date. » Continue reading “Scientists Discover Biggest Star To Date”
NASA has announced a program where the public can send an electronic image of a face into orbit on one of the last space shuttle missions.
» Continue reading “NASA Launches Face in Space Program”
Renowned physicist, Stephen Hawking has recently said for a Discovery Channel documentary that our planet’s first encounter with aliens might not be a pleasant meeting.
» Continue reading “Stephen Hawking Says Alien Encounters Will Be Bad”
The Hubble Space Telescope is celebrating its 20th year. This scientific treasure is run by the Space Telescope Science Institute on the Johns Hopkins University campus and developed in part by scientists at the JHU Applied Physics Laboratory.
» Continue reading “Hubble Telescope Images Is Now on Google Earth”
A roaring fireball in the sky surprises US residents last night and reports are now saying that it’s probably a large meteor that came in contact with Earth.
» Continue reading “Midwest Fireball Seen In US”
US President Barack Obama welcomed leaders today from 46 countries for the two-day Nuclear Security Summit.
» Continue reading “Nuclear Summit Begins”