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Category Archives: Space
Darryl Anka was born in Ottawa on October 12, 1951. He moved to Los Angeles as a child where his father, a nightclub entertainer, was expected to become the “next Mario Lanza.” Musical fame found its way down another branch … Continue reading
My last post was about how various old mythologies explained the Northern and Southern Lights, so it seems appropriate to talk about the amazing science behind the aurorae, next. In short, the phenomena is caused by charged particles that stream … Continue reading
Some new age channellers state that, sometime in the not too distant future, the Earth will come into contact with something that they call the “photon band”, or “photon belt.” When this happens, they say, our planet will be rained … Continue reading
Meteorite collection is a very interesting scientific endeavour. A very popular location for scientists to collect them is Antarctica. Not only are they preserved in freezing temperatures without hardly any contamination, there are several locations on the continent where a … Continue reading
A blog post came across my social network feed this week titled “15 Crazy Full Moon Facts.” Oxford Dictionary defines fact as, “a thing that is indisputably the case.” So I am not sure what the author of these “facts” … Continue reading
Sometimes I file away interesting articles to catch up on later (or hoping that I can blog about it). For instance, this article from the beginning of July about research that proves that Andromeda and our Milky Way collided with each other … Continue reading
Last Sunday the Discovery Channel aired a “documentary” about a living Megalodon (giant prehistoric shark) to start Shark Week. There is an uproar in the skeptical scientific community about Discovery Channel running a fake documentary. This mocumentary is akin to running a … Continue reading
Discovery has a nice photo series on our “pale blue dot”, photos of our Earth taken from space. The series goes from the first suborbital photos of our Earth in 1946 (taken by a V2), to a double portrait with … Continue reading
Above Image: A Hubble Space Telescope image of Pluto and its moons. Charon is the largest moon close to Pluto. The other four bright dots are smaller moons discovered in 2005, 2011 and 2012. Image Credit: NASA Since its discovery … Continue reading