10 Best Nebulae in the Universe

  For more information on Nebulae, check out our article: Best Nebulae in the Universe. 10 Best Nebulae in the Universe The Universe is an expanding and incomprehensible vastness of space. Humans have been exploring space, in some form or another, for millennia. From tilting our heads upwards, to looking through handheld tubes with glass, to most recently sending optical devices up into orbit to best view the voids of space. Despite what seems like an
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10 Cool Facts About The Voyager 2 Space Probe

1977 was such an important and wildly productive year for NASA, looking back, they launched two of the most successful space probes in its history. The two twin space probes that still continues to impress and shock people are the Voyager 1 Space Probe and the Voyager 2 Space Probe. Check out this article for more info on the Voyager 1 Space Probe. The Voyager 2 Space Probe was launched back in August of 1977
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10 Cool Facts About The Voyager 1 Space Probe

What were you doing back in 1977? Were you alive? Do you remember that time period? Well, in September of 1977 NASA was about to embark on one of the greatest and most successful missions of its existence. September 5, 1977 the Voyager 1 Space Probe was sent into space on the Titan IIIE rocket to study the outer Solar System and then see where things go from there. At the time of this post, it’s been roughly 38
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The 5 Most Beautiful Nebulae

tl;dr: check out our 5 Beautiful Nebulae Infographic. When you look at the sky, there’s a gazillion things that will take your breath away. And that beauty stretches well beyond the sky we’re able to observe with the naked eye, or even an everyday telescope.. There are so many more things our eyes can’t see which would simply blow us away if we could catch even a glimpse of them. The most beautiful of these are clouds
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What is the Oort Cloud?

Very few people know much about one of the most exciting collection of objects in our Solar System; the Oort Cloud. In this post, we’re going to explore and find out What is the Oort Cloud. Scientists and Astronomers have long studied the Oort Cloud, which has been determined to be an extended shell of icy objects and particles that exist in the outermost regions of the solar system. The Oort Cloud is named after
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10 Galaxies and Weird Facts

  For more information on Galaxies, check out our article: 10 Weird and Wonderful Galaxies. 10 Galaxies and Weird Facts The Universe is an amazing place, full of wonder and mystery. To think, our understanding of the Universe wouldn’t even register on a scale is crazy to imagine. As numerous scientists, mathematicians, physicists, astronomers and more work to increase and broaden our grasp of the Universe, we start small and work our way out. Galaxies are
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The 5 Coolest Moons of Jupiter

Jupiter, what a planet, one of the rarest and most interesting planets in our entire Solar System. The largest and arguably most beautiful planet, covered with gases and rich in coloring. But Jupiter has a unique quality that few know about; its massive collection of moons. We’re going to take a close look at the 5 Coolest Moons of Jupiter and find out what unique quality each possess. Named after the ancient Roman god, Jupiter
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When Humans Colonize Mars

We, as humans, have been dreamers since the dawn of our existence. As far-fetched dreams go, humans colonizing Mars, represents one of the most dazzling dreams the human race has ever yearned for. Ever since the “discovery” of what appeared to be canals on Mars, by Giovanni Schiaparelli, in 1877, we’ve salivated at the thought of exploring Mars, sending robotics there and eventually; having humans colonizing Mars. Shortly after Schiaparelli’s discovery, Percival Lowell thought he observed
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Best Nebulae in the Universe

tl;dr: check out our 10 Best Nebulae in the Universe Infographic. We’ve searched as far as we can see through the known Universe and haven’t found anything more beautiful than the Nebula. A nebula is a gaseous collection of interstellar dust, hydrogen, helium and other trace ionized gases. Nebulae are so large their diameters are usually measured in units of light years! Don’t think that’s impressive?!?! A light year is the equivalent of 5,878,625,373,183 miles. Imagine a nebula that had
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