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Following the Planets

Hey, Sky Fans. This week, I’ve been hoping to get a good photo of Mars, which is really bright these days, and the brightening Saturn, to share with you. 501 more words

How to spot a planet | Do Try This At Home  Rose, Florence and...

How to spot a planet | Do Try This At Home 

Rose, Florence and Lee are here to give you some top tips on how to spot planets in the night sky, and how you can help discover other worlds outside of our solar system.

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Science

“In more than one respect, the exploring of the Solar System and homesteading other worlds constitutes the beginning, much more than the end, of history.”
― Carl Sagan

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Some pretty cool worksheets and handouts for your students to become great scientists! (hopefully)

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The Race to Today

Due to the relative brevity of our existence, human beings often find it difficult to comprehend spans of time as implausibly long as those which apply to the formation of the universe, our planet, and indeed, our species. 2,708 more words

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Astrology 101

“It has been said that something as small as the flutter of a butterfly’s wing can ultimately cause a typhoon halfway around the world” – Chaos Theory…

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Weekly Space Hangout - Mike Brown and Konstantin Batygin  Mike...

Weekly Space Hangout – Mike Brown and Konstantin Batygin 

Mike Brown is the Richard and Barbara Rosenberg Professor of Planetary Astronomy at CalTech. Konstantin Batygin is Assistant Professor of Planetary Science at CalTech.

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