Space: The Final Frontier. Exploring space developments and theorizing about how humans fit into the universe.
Will Mars Surrender Its Secrets?
British spelling. This planet can be as far away as 400 million kilometres and as close as 56 million kilometres from the Earth. It is the fourth-closest planet to the Sun, with an average distance of just over 228 million kilometres.
One of the Solar System’s Unfriendly Planets
British spelling. I write easy-to-understand stories regarding the universe and life; here are two. Enjoy. <><><> 1/2 Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun, and Venus comes second at an average distance of just over 108 million kilometres or 67 million miles.
The Search for the Smallest Thing in the Universe
Let's talk about the smallest thing in the universe. We often discuss big things like tall buildings and large animals, but in this article, we're focusing on something much tinier. Scientists have learned a lot about the human body, and now they want to understand the basic components of the universe. They're curious about the smallest thing in the universe that can't be broken down any further.
Unraveling the Mystery of the Universe's Strongest Force
Have you ever wondered about the mysteries of the universe and the forces that govern it? One of the most fascinating phenomena in the cosmos is the movement of galaxies away from each other since the Big Bang. However, this expansion is not uniform, and some massive clusters of matter are slowing us down. One such cluster is the Great Attractor, a gravitational anomaly that exerts an irresistible force on us and other galaxies, pulling us towards it for billions of years. Despite being invisible, the Great Attractor is one of the most massive structures in the observable universe, and its influence extends over a vast area of space. Scientists have been studying this mysterious object for decades, but there is still much to learn about its nature and the role it plays in shaping the cosmos.
Atoms Are Extremely Small
British spelling. Atoms are the basic building blocks of everything that can be seen or touched, including me, you, and every other living thing on our planet.
Could We Be Alone in the Universe?
I hope you find my few short-form stories interesting. I write about the universe and life. British spelling. <><><> This question is often asked. "Could we be alone in the universe?"
Octopuses are Alien-like Creatures
Here are a few of my short-form stories about the universe and life, you may find them interesting and educational. British spelling
The final victory has been won. Mankind can now rest in peace. Def-Con 4 (1985) Def-Con 4 is a relentlessly bad, even somewhat odious 1980s nuclear Cold War Era scare film set in a post-apocalyptic Ontario or thereabouts, and featuring three astronauts aboard an orbital space station cum Reagan Star Wars wet dream. They seemingly survive the thermonuclear mayhem below and rocket back to Earth but then the woman (Kate Lynch) dies or is imprisoned or something (I forget which) and the surviving male space hero (Tim Choate) gets kidnapped by a roly poly Sawney Beane psychopath (Maury Chaykin) keeping a cheerleader (Lenore Zann) hostage in the basement.
Lost in Space
I always wanted to be an astronaut, to go see what outer space felt like. The charm of adventure. I thought I might become a NASA Intern or an Astronaut, or if not that, maybe get a Job as an Astrophysicist there. Those privileges are just for US Citizens, I came to know when I actually applied for it. Well that's a sad story. Isn't it?
Scientists Can't Explain This Mysterious Phenomenon on Neptune
Scientists Can't Explain This Mysterious Phenomenon on Neptune Get ready for an extraordinary journey into the depths of Neptune's mysteries. When Voyager 2, the renowned spacecraft, ventured into Neptune's realm in the year 1989, it unraveled a treasure trove of astonishing discoveries that captivated the minds of astronomers and enthusiasts alike. Picture this: as Voyager 2 delved deeper into the enigmatic world of Neptune, it unveiled a spectacle of celestial marvels that defied expectation and stirred the imagination.
The Evolutionary Path for Life on Earth
British spelling Here are a few of my short-form stories, you may find them interesting and educational. <><><> We belong to a species called Homo sapiens, which has existed for an estimated 200,000 years.
BLACK HOLES AND GALAXIES COEXISTED IN EARLY UNIVERSE
Like a lot of folks my age, the first time I heard the term “Black Hole” was because of the 1979 Disney film with that title. It was kind of a “me-too” version of Star Wars and Star Trek, the critics panned it, and nobody seems to remember it anymore.