The inner region of the Orion Nebula as seen by the NIRCam instrument of the James Webb Space Telescope. Credit: NASA, ESA, CSA, Data Reduction and Analysis: PDRs4All ERS Team; S. Fuenmayor . graphic processing NASA, ESA (European Space Agency), and the Canadian Space Agency (CSA).
Starting this weekend, sky hunters will be seeing a rare view of Jupiter’s grandeur as it appears to be the biggest and brightest in decades. Jupiter would be one of the coolest, if not the most, natural bodies in the night sky. On Sunday, Jupiter will reach its closest distance from Earth in 59 years … Read more
As the world watched the royal funeral and the Hong Kong police were advancing in the war against disruptive harmonica, one comment caught my eye. The author wondered why the media had so much interest in the death of Queen Elizabeth II and so little about the impending death of the planet, which was announced … Read more
The astronomer mourned the death of Dutch-American astronomer Martin Schmidt, the first person to measure the distance to the quasar. His pioneering work in the 1960s greatly expanded the size of the known universe, providing one of the first clues to the validity of the Big Bang theory. Schmidt died on September 17 at his … Read more
Lionsgate Play has released the trailer for the second season of its hit original series, Feels Like Home. The second season chronicles the lives of the four boys, depicting their boyhood journey to manhood with more drama, romance and laughter that brings together a whirlwind of emotions and friendship. The series is written by Saher … Read more
On September 26, NASA will crash into an asteroid spacecraft to disrupt its path. A space rock is not expected to collide with Earth, and nothing else is known asteroid or a large object. Impact Test – Core of NASA’s Double Asteroid Redirection Test (Arrow) Expedition. Although there is no real imminent collision, the DART … Read more
This year, the world population will exceed eight billion. Nature faces enormous challenges, mainly because humans are consuming more than the planet can handle. At the same time, when we must work together across borders to solve these challenges, humans still squabble over politics, religion, commerce, and land, just as we have done for thousands … Read more