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The Constellation Sagittarius

Sagittarius lies at the centre of the galaxy and is represented in mythology as a Centaur pulling back a bow. From the northern hemisphere, the brighter stars are easily recognised from an asterism known as the teapot. 391 more words


Star Party (April 21, 2018)

As part of the activities of the Global Astronomy Month, AWBNigeria joined other Teams around the world to have a Star Party in the evening of April 21, 2018. 158 more words


Poem: A Twilight in Moonlight

A twilight in moonlight’s no twilight at all

A twilight in moonlight is just a sun fall

The moonlight at twilight’s the king of the skies… 10 more words

The Blue Horsehead Nebula in Infrared

The Blue Horsehead Nebula looks quite different in infrared light. In visible light, the reflecting dust of the nebula appears blue and shaped like a horse’s head. 126 more words


Never Wait for a Full Moon

The Moon should be the first thing you look at the day you get to peer through a telescope. It should also be the first thing you photograph.  93 more words


Science and Sacred Books

If all the trees on earth were pens, and the sea ink, with seven seas added to it, the words of God would not be exhausted: for, truly, God is Almighty and Wise. 1,389 more words