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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A Binary Black Hole Has Been Found Inside Nearest Quasar


In the Markarian 231 galaxy, scientists found two supermassive black holes, orbiting around each other. They predict that black holes will continue their dance in the following 100,000 years until they finally collide.

Planets, Constellations and Events in the September Night Sky


At the beginning of the month, we can look for Saturn in the southwestern sky after sunset. Early in the morning, we can see a beautiful duet of Mars and Venus rising in the eastern sky. During the month, Jupiter will join them just before sunrise.

New Findings About Enceladus’s Ocean Raised Hopes for Terrestrial Life


Saturn’s moon, Enceladus, hides a liquid ocean beneath its surface that baffles scientists for years. According to a new theory, they believe that Enceladus has a ‘fluffy’ core, the core compounded of boulders and ice.

New Image of Ceres Shows a Tall, Conical Mountain


In this video, we can see the latest images of Ceres’ Surface captured by NASA’s Dawn spacecraft. The image that reveals a conical mountain on Ceres was captured from a distance of 1,470 km (915) miles.

Twin Jet Nebula – the Cosmic Butterfly


NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope has captured beautiful nebula, known as the Butterfly Nebula, Minkowski’s Butterfly, and the Twin Jet Nebula. This bipolar nebula has been formed from a binary star system that is nearing its end.

The Ancient Mars Was, in Fact, the Blue Planet


NASA’s Curiosity Rover has found evidence that Mars once had water. It explores the Mount Sharp region of Mars, where it discovered a high percentage of silica and hydrogen content, just a meter below Martian surface.