Photographing a black hole

We look up in the sky and see, with naked eye or with telescopes, planets, stars, nebulaes and whole galaxies. What no man has ever seen is black holes. We know that they exist. Black holes are formed when a massive star dies in a Supernova, all its mass being collapsed in the singularity point. […]

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Mars 2020 helicopter

The last space probe sent to mars was InSight a week ago, but we said, it is not a rover, but a lander, that cannot move along the surface.  The last rover sent to Mars was the Curiosity rover in 2011, but NASA has in plan sending the Rover “Mars 2020” in the year 2020. […]

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Jupiter is the 5-th planet and first gas giant from the sun in our solar System. It is 11 times the diameter of Earth and almost 2.5 times the combined mass of the other seven planets of the Solar System. Its vast globe has a distinctively banded atmosphere that is affected by storms and winds […]

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Voyager missions

The Voyager Programm is a American space Programm that employs 2 robotic probes, Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 to study the outer Solar System. The probes were launched in 1977 to take advantage of a favorable alignment of Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. Although their original mission was to study only the planetary systems of Jupiter and Saturn, Voyager 2 continued on to Uranus […]

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The universe is formed by planets, stars, solar systems, star clusters, galaxies and galaxy clusters. Galaxies are groups of stars, planets, comets, black holes and other celestial bodies. We live in a galaxy called the Milky Way and it’s 100000 light years big. Astronomers think that in the Milky Way, there are between 200-400 billion […]

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InSight launch

NASA launch today, 5 May, 7:05 EDT a new lander to Mars named InSight. Among with other active landers and rovers, InSight is a lot more special, but why? The rovers and satellites sent out there on Mars, study Mars’s surface. Of course it is very important to learn about the outher crust of a […]

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Mars, aka the Red Planet, is the 4-th Planet from the Sun, the last inner and terestrial Planet we will talk about. Orbiting at an average distance of 141,600,000 miles or 227,900,000 km from the Sun it’s roughly half the size of Earth and is now dry, barren planet, marked with craters, extinct Volcanoes and […]

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