One is rather short, the other’s long. Really long. Do you see them both?
I know people who would like to use that kind of technology on their house to see where it’s leaking warmth.
This one’s not even in Norway.
With knowledge comes appreciation, and a little craziness, too.
The Moon isn’t the brightest object in the night sky for nothing. 🙂 via Moon in day light — Paul Militaru
Loading new images of a full Moon rising over the Ostrobothnia countryside fueled my imagination. What would I see in the sky if I could make the planet Trappist-1d change places with the Earth? In the compact planet system around the ultra-cool brown dwarf star Trappist-1, the neighbour planets are almost within reach. Ok. Not exactly […]
The Mars Pathfinder robotic Rover, Sojourner, was the first vehicle landed to explore another planet. That happened July 4th, 1997. Until today, four rovers have successfully been operated on the surface of our red neighbour planet. March 10th, 2016, the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter had kept a close eye at Mars for ten years. March 14th, 2016, the ExoMars […]
“It’s beautiful!” Ok. That is reason enough to look at the dark sky. But, of course, there’s more to it. The good thing is that there is a lot more you can find out about the solar system just by looking at the moon and our closest planets with the naked eye! The image above […]
The night between 27th and 28th of September we are getting the opportunity to experience a total lunar eclipse. The word “we”, doesn’t refer to some common right to see such an event every second year or so. It refers to the fact that a lunar eclipse happens on our moon, sometimes named “Luna”. That means that everyone […]