Astronomers find planets everywhere they look. There are thousands nearby, and probably billions scattered throughout the Milky Way Galaxy. They range from Earth-like to super Jupiters. Many seem hospitable to life as we know it. If we keep looking, we…
This image and video aren’t artists’ illustrations. They’re from a real time-lapse sequence of images – acquired by the Hubble Space Telescope – of the tiny moon Phobos orbiting Mars. Cool! Source: Hubble sees Phobos orbiting Mars | EarthSky.orgRead More
Star Trek Watch the explosive trailer for the next chapter of the Star Trek franchise. Star Trek: Discovery premieres September 24th on CBS All Access.Read More
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This is a preview of how to make fresh homemade mozzarella cheese right from home. Though my recipe is not the traditional universal 2 hour recipe, the finished product is much better tasting and is healthier.Read More
Just’a Drop Puts an End to Embarrassing Bathroom OdorsRead More
Children should be getting at least one hour of physical activity per day. That’s an absolute minimum. When I was a kid, we spent so much time running around outside that it was never a question of just one hour, but nowadays, with phones, TV’s and iPa…Read More
Planning the menu for a party you’re hosting is a tedious job. Include these 3 easy quick crockpot meals and you’ll be all set!
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Our Solar System’s Main Asteroid Belt, located between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter, is the home of a swarming sea of dancing rocky worldlets, that are generally thought to be the relics of an ancient era when our Star and its family of orbiting objects were first forming.Read More
They’re the reason it’s fun to begin watching for meteors in late July. The Delta Aquarid shower is long and rambling and overlaps with the Perseids. Source: Watch for Delta Aquariid meteors | EarthSky.orgRead More