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The Annual Meteor Shower

This week will mark the peak of the annual Leonid meteor shower. Meteor fragment come from comet 55P/ Temple-Tuttle. It take about 30 years for comet 55P/ Temple-Tuttle to orbit


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Category: Cosmic Objects

The Annual Meteor Shower


Curiosity Rover Still Functioning

The Mars rover curiosity is still operating and continues to send back images and vital information. This particular rover continues to scour the Martian surface. After a trek that has


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Category: Mars

Curiosity Rover Still Functioning


High Altitude Balloons

The history of ballooning goes back centuries. The origin of the word balloon is most likely French. However it is believed that the Portuguese were one of the first to


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Category: Equipment

High Altitude Balloons


Uranus The Seventh Planet From The Sun

In our Solar System, the outer planets comprise of four gas giants in orbit around the sun. The largest of which is planet Jupiter, and Saturn followed by Uranus, Neptune


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Category: Uranus

Uranus The Seventh Planet From The Sun


See The Constellations

The Southern night sky is slowly changing according to the seasons. We are about to enter our summer period. That means heat , humidity and mosquitoes. If you want a


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Category: Night Sky Constellations

See The Constellations


What's The Big Attraction ?

Magnets are a multi-million-dollar business. There is a multitude of advertising that claim magnets possess some sort of healing power. There are endless products on the market employing magnets in


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Category: Dodgy Science

What's The  Big Attraction ?


The Great Martian Meteor Storm

Recently a comet called Siding Spring made a close approach to the planet Mars. Although the comet passed by Mars at a distance, however in astronomical terms the encounter would


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Category: Mars

The Great Martian  Meteor Storm


Electricity From The Sun

Harnessing the sun's energy to produce electricity is a very cost-effective and efficient method of producing alternative energy for the household. Apart from the initial cost involved in purchasing the


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Category: Sun

Electricity From The Sun


Human's First Soft Landing on A Comet

The countdown is on for the first soft landing on a comet. In the next few days the European space agency Rosetta spacecraft will be releasing its remote landing probe


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Category: Space Probes

Human's First Soft Landing on A Comet


Night Flashes and Exploding Meteorites

On average between 10 and 60 meteorites reached the Earth's surface on a daily basis. Most of these meteorites land in remote areas most of them end up in the


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Category: Cosmic Objects

Night Flashes and Exploding Meteorites


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