What Is A Strawberry Moon?

Strawberry Moon

A Strawberry Supermoon is a pinkish full moon that occurs when the moon is at its closest approach to Earth. The full moon in June is known as the Strawberry Moon. It is also known as the rose moon or the honeymoon moon.  This moon or celestial bodies are visible using high-power … Read more

What are The Different Types of Full Moons?

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When there is no lunar eclipse, the full moon is the lunar phase when the Moon appears fully illuminated from Earth’s perspective, though there are still some dark spots. This happens when the Earth is between the Sun and the Moon and their ecliptic longitudes differ by 180°. This means that the … Read more

What are The Major Phases of The Moon?

Hd Black Wallpapers, Red Moon, Galaxy Images & Pictures

tive, the sun is not shining on the moon. That is why it is so difficult to see a new moon. A new moon occurs when the sun is on the opposite side of the moon. And this is the first of the moon’s eight major phases. Waxing Crescent Moon Because the … Read more

What are The 13 Moons and What Do They Mean?

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The 13 Moon, 28-day calendar is a new time standard for all people everywhere who want a truly new world. If our calendar and time are erratic, artificial, and mechanized, so is our mind. In addition, a lot of fascinating things can be found on the moon that you can learn. As … Read more

Stargazing Parties from Backyard to Observatories

Stargazing Parties from Backyard to Observatories

Astronomy is an engrossing and fulfilling hobby that can bestow you, your family, and friends loads of fun. It’s for everyone who yearns to feed their wonder about the night sky, gaze upon beautiful sights high above, or witness spectacular events like eclipses or meteor showers that will provide a new sense … Read more

What Is a Nebula?

The Orion Nebula

Its name came from a Latin word meaning mist, fog, or a cloud, but a nebula isn’t just a cloud but an enormous cloud of dust and gas in space between stars that sometimes acts as a nursery for new stars. Some nebulae (plural of nebula) are from gas and dust thrown … Read more

Asteroids, Comets, and Meteors: How to Tell the Difference

a meteor on fire

The Milky Way galaxy and the entire Universe have billions and trillions of celestial objects, some are identified, and some are yet unknown to humans. With the help of Science and the love of astronomical studies of some researchers and scientists, we have unfolded the existing objects millions of light-years away in … Read more

Messier 82: The “Cigar Galaxy”

the magnificent starburst galaxy, Messier 82

While a famed French astronomer Charles Messier was hunting for celestial objects during the 18th century, he noticed several “nebulous objects” while surveying the night sky. He decided to catalog those commonly mistaken objects as comets so others would not make the same mistake. The resulting list, known as Messier Catalog, now … Read more

The Existence of Alien Planets

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When you came across an “alien planet” on reading material, the first thing that would probably come into your mind is a literal world full of aliens or an alien habitat. However, the “alien planet” is not what you think it is. Alien planets or exoplanets that are excluded from the solar … Read more

What is a Whirlpool Galaxy?

Whirlpool galaxy

On October 13, 1773, while Charles Messier was hunting for celestial objects, he found this spiral galaxy full of beauty with its graceful and winding arms appearing like a grand spiral staircase sweeping through space. It was called M51 or known as Whirlpool galaxy. Its arms are actually stars and gas laced … Read more