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Category Archives: Nature
Since we are in the peak (solar maximum) of the Sun’s 11 year cycle, we are seeing much more solar activity than we have in the past few years. It may seem scary to some, but the sun has been / read more…
With Mars being our closest accessible neighbor, it’s no surprise that we have had so many missions to study the red warrior. The six active missions to Mars include the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, the Mars Exploration Rover (Opportunity), and the / read more…
Saturn’s rings are responsible for a unique type of rain that falls into the atmosphere of the gas giant. Saturn’s magnetic field is pulling charged water particles into the atmosphere which interact with the atmosphere. Scientists estimate that there’s at / read more…