Our Solar System


New Moons of Jupiter have been Named

In July 2018, experts from the Carnegie Institute of Science discovered new natural satellites (moons) of Jupiter, totaling to 79 in all. However, those 12 lunar additions remained nameless, until now. Astronomers thrusted the naming…


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Establishing the Shape of the Milky Way

The milky way is our home galaxy while its shape has remained unestablished. Scientists may have uncovered a new method of shaping the Milky Way by determining the distance between stars and Earth through 3D…


FETTUCCINE: MARTIAN SIGN OF LIFE

Noodle-like rock formations on Mars are said to have been formed by an ancient bacterium found on rock formations on Earth and on harsh surroundings that are similar to areas on Mars. The formations look…



UNDER THE LARGEST CRATER OF THE MOON

  A huge, enigmatic lump of solid material was found under the moon’s South Pole-Aitken basin. This may have metal from the body of an asteroid that collided into the moon and created the crater….



Oldest Footage of Solar Eclipse

Solar eclipses are rare and phenomenal events. These extraordinary events only take place when the Sun, Earth and Moon are perfectly aligned in a three-dimensional angle. In modern times, people have taken their personal recordings…


The Magnetized Galactic Connection

  Astronomers in the Netherlands, using the Low-Frequency Array radio telescope network, (LOFAR), have discovered strong electron-based forces, known as synchrotron emissions, between two distant galaxy clusters, in what is to be the first observation…


New Water Cycle on Mars

THERE’S A NEW WATER CYCLE ON MARS When it’s summer on Mars’ southern hemisphere (happening every 2 Earth years), water vapor rises effectively into the planet’s upper atmosphere. The winds carry the gas to Mars’…