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The NULL Solution = Episode 67

The NULL Solution = Episode 67

…I want to ride to the ridge where the West commences 399 more words
Science Fiction

Are we alone in the Universe?

Who thinks that we’re the only living things in the Universe? The Universe, filled with millions and millions of stars in millions and millions of different galaxies. 349 more words

Her pale fire she snatches from the sun

Shakespeare writes “the moon’s an arrant thief, and her pale fire she snatches from the sun” (Timon of Athens, Act 4, Scene 3). He is, of course correct. 115 more words


Week Sixty-Six: Planet Explorers

Program Title: Planet Explorers

Target Age Range: Grades 1-2 and Grades 3-4

Program Length: 60 minutes

Brief Description: Learn about planets, space, and how to be an astronaut! 792 more words


Imaginary gravity

on this rock
round this star
through space and time
I pretend to orbit you—
another hurtling speck

Creative Journal

Space Sunday: exoplants update

K2-18 is a red dwarf star system located about 111 light-years from Earth in the constellation Leo. It has been of interest to astronomers because it is home to an exoplanet – K2-18b, also referred to as EPIC 201912552 b, discovered in 2015 by the… 1,259 more words

Space Sunday

Watching the Geminids

It’s that time of  the year again: the Geminid meteor shower. It is visible almost all the month of December, however the best and peak viewing, with up to 120 meteors an hour, is between December 12 and 15.  358 more words