• What Is An Orbit

    What Orbit

    ? Orbit is the path that makes one body around another body, while under the influence of some force. Orbits in the gravitational field - if a small body... Read more

    Posted on 05 April 2011 ASTRONOMY, SCIENCE
  • Antares Star

    Antares Star

    Antares is the brightest star in the constellation Scorpius and sixteen in glory among all the stars of the night sky (sometimes referred to as fifteen, if the... Read more

    Posted on 04 April 2011 ASTRONOMY, SCIENCE
  • Wormholes

    are the tubes that connect distant point in space so that the path through them can be much shorter than the journey through normal space. Read more

    Posted on 03 April 2011 ASTRONOMY, SCIENCE
  • White Holes

    are time-inverted black holes. A black hole is the ultimate state of a process in which matter collapses under gravity in all the denser and denser state,... Read more

    Posted on 02 April 2011 ASTRONOMY, SCIENCE
  • Ceres Dwarf Planet

    Ceres Dwarf Planet

    Ceres is the smallest dwarf planet of solar system discovered in 1801 and even half a century had the status of the planet. Named after the Roman goddess Ceres. Read more

    Posted on 01 April 2011 ASTRONOMY, SCIENCE
  • Planets With Rings

    Planets With Rings

    are the outer planets or gas giants, they are Saturn, Jupiter, Neptune and Uranus. Saturn is characterized by its rings, which are easily visible through a smal... Read more

    Posted on 01 April 2011 ASTRONOMY, SCIENCE
  • Interesting Facts About The Moon

    Interesting Facts About Moon

    The Moon is Earth's only satellite, the body of an average of only 384.403 kilometers away from Earth, and thus we known about him the most facts. Read more

    Posted on 31 March 2011 ASTRONOMY, SCIENCE
  • Inner Planets

    Inner Planets

    By its position planets can be divided into inner and outer, and boundary is the main asteroid belt which lies between Mars and Jupiter. Read more

    Posted on 30 March 2011 ASTRONOMY, SCIENCE
  • Coldest Star

    Coldest Star

    Astronomers have found the coolest star. Its surface temperature is 97 degrees Celsius, and is 75 light years away from the Earth. Such cold stars are called... Read more

    Posted on 29 March 2011 ASTRONOMY, SCIENCE
  • Andromeda Constellation

    Andromeda Constellation

    Andromeda is a constellation named after the princess Andromeda, a character from Greek mythology. Andromeda is the constellation of the northern hemisphere,... Read more

    Posted on 29 March 2011 ASTRONOMY, SCIENCE
  • The Constellations


    The Constellation is a form of a complex of different star, named after a person, animal or object (usually from mythology). Astronomers use constellations to... Read more

    Posted on 28 March 2011 ASTRONOMY, SCIENCE
  • Solar Winds

    Solar Winds

    are electrically charged particles that are ejected from the upper atmosphere of the Sun. Mainly consist of electrons and protons, whose energy is between 10 an... Read more

    Posted on 27 March 2011 ASTRONOMY, SCIENCE
  • Coronal Mass Ejection

    Coronal Mass Ejection

    During the eruptions on the sun happens the so-called "coronal mass ejection", when electrically charged particles ejected from the sunny spots in height. Read more

    Posted on 26 March 2011 ASTRONOMY, SCIENCE
  • Binary Stars

    Binary Stars

    Binary star is a system of two stars that revolve around one another. Binary (triple and multiple) stars are very common, astronomers calculated that nearly hal... Read more

    Posted on 26 March 2011 ASTRONOMY, SCIENCE
  • Astronomical Unit

    Astronomical Unit

    (AU) is a unit of length. It is used in astronomy, and is approximately equal to the distance of Earth from the Sun. Currently accepted value is equal to 149 59... Read more

    Posted on 25 March 2011 ASTRONOMY, SCIENCE