Planets, Constellations, and Events in the August Night Sky

The month begins with Saturn as the evening planet, which can be visible in the southwestern part of the sky. ...

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An Alien Comet Can Be from Different Solar System

A strange comet known as Comet 69P/Machholz makes astronomers think that comes from another solar system. According to them, the ...

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The Yarkovsky Effect Can Change Course of Asteroids and Comets

This video explores how sunlight affects asteroids and comets, thus influencing their paths. By studying asteroid Bennu, NASA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft ...

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Scientists Found Mysterious Red Arcs on Tethys, Saturn's Icy Moon

NASA has revealed a new image that displays interesting phenomenon - graffiti-like red lines that stretch through the surface of ...

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Astronomers Have Found 3 New Super-Earths

NASA confirms the discovery of three Earth-like planets in our closest neighborhood. A newly discovered planetary system contains 4 planets ...

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Aurora Borealis – Compilation


This video represents a selection of images that portray Aurora Borealis above Finland, Alaska, and other countries. These beautiful pictures of Northern Lights show their dance in all their delicacy.

25 Weird Facts About Gravity


In the following video, we can find out many astonishing facts about the gravity, which still puzzles the scientists. How does gravity influence time? Or, how it affects the height of mountains on our planet? The answers to these and other interesting questions we can find in this video compilation

Hypergiant Star Loses Rapidly Its Weight


By using the ESO’s Very Large Telescope, scientists have captured a hypergiant star known as VY Canis Majoris. Canis Majoris is one of the biggest stars in the Milky Way, which mass is 40 times larger than the Sun’s. The image reveals that the star is rapidly nearing its end, by shedding the mass of dust and gas, which amounts as 30 Earths a year.

During the First Third of 2016, Hubble Will Spot a Distant Supernova


In November 2014, scientists detected a supernova by using gravitational lensing effect that enables them to see a so-called Einstein Cross, produced by the supernova’s light. They hope that will be able to spot a distant supernova by using the same technique, which will occur at the beginning of 2016.

Planets, Constellations, and Events in the December’s Night Sky


During December, constellations Perseus and Cassiopeia will be visible in the night sky, and their brightest stars will be easy to observe. As the morning star, we can see Jupiter rising just before the midnight in the eastern sky.

Northern Lights as Seen from Iceland in 4K


This time-lapse video shows beautiful Aurora Borealis while dancing in the Iceland’s night sky. All images are captured in 4K.

The New Hubble Image Portrays a Faint and Disordered Galaxy


This new NASA/ESA Hubble image shows an extremely distant galaxy that is known as LEDA 3087775. The galaxy represents the part of Hercules cluster and is about 500 million light-years away from our planet.