The great continent of Australia is special in many ways not least of all because of the views of the night sky. In the wide blue yonder which is the outback there are times when one can sit and look into the Universe and see the Spirit of all Creation…
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…Read More
Jupiter’s Great Red Spot has been a swirling mystery for centuries–an enormous wildly whirling storm that has lingered in its planet’s sky for the past 150 years–or longer.
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Right now is the time to watch out for Ursid meteors, which occurs each year around the Winter Solstice. The peak will probably happen on December 21st, the best hours will be just before dawn on December 22nd. You could see as many as 100 meteors per hour, but only in short burst. The best viewingRead More