In just 110 days of galactic travel towards the direction of the sun beholds the vehement planet Venus. Our closest planetary neighbor’s destiny has succumbed to an inferno. While explosive, liquid lava dominates it’s surface, what lies under, is a solid and cold place- keeping the mystery of this planet subsistent. Because Venus is Earth’s closest neighbor […]
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The beautiful moon. Our illuminant, intriguing friend and closest celestial neighbor. Life is acquiescent to the moon’s power and we wouldn’t be the same without its glorious glow. Many look to the moon for inspiration and answers and many may not look to it at all. But what lies on the surface is just as […]
“Waste not the smallest thing created, for grains of sand make mountains, and atomies infinity” –Eric Knight Light pollution interferes with night time viewing in a spectrum of ways. Light pollution casts limitations to not only astronomers but ecologists and other scientists as well.