What would happen to our planet if all us humans – for some reason – suddenly vanished? Here’s AsapSCIENCE’s take on it.
Posts by Eleanor Imster
People at high northern latitudes sometimes experience an ethereal display of colored lights shimmering across the night sky – the aurora borealis or northern lights. What causes them?
It’s a super Saturn, 434 light-years from Earth. It has more than 30 rings, with a total diameter of some 120 million kilometers. If we could replace Saturn’s rings with these rings, they’d be easily visible from Earth and larger in our sky than a full moon.
Dreaming the night away while waiting for the clouds to clear.
In the background is sea smoke – formed when very cold air moves over warmer water – and the rocky Isles of Shoals.
Once you watch this video, you’ll understand why people have been practicing meditation for thousands of years.
It’s very cool. Hear the sounds of space exploration history!
Deanna Frautschi shared this beautiful photo of a winter sunset in central Illinois.
New calculations by astronomers in Spain and the UK suggest that not one, but two unknown planets might exist in our solar system, beyond Pluto’s orbit.
Making future travel plans .. with an emphasis on ‘future?’ Check out these exoplanet travel posters from NASA.