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  • astronomy

    • 1.

      Choosing Your Telescope Eyepieces

      by George Royal - 2006-12-05
      When beginning astronomers start looking at telescopes, one of the least understood aspects of these optical instruments are simple telescope eyepieces. While lenses and mirrors and designs are easy ...
    • 2.

      Beautiful Star of Bethlehem - It Will Shine Again

      by Michael Bresciani - 2006-12-08
      Stars come in various sizes, shapes, ages and brilliance. It is their brightness that is the most noted of all their attributes. Astronomers still engage a system for measuring the brightness of a sta...
    • 3.

      Picking the Right Science

      by Rudy Lopes - 2006-12-22
      In most college curricula, you'll need two semesters of science and the corresponding lab courses to satisfy the science requirement. Unless you decide to pursue a science major, that means you'll nee...
    • 4.

      Love and Sex In A New World: A Satellite Now Searches For A New World For Us To Settle - #1

      by Don Jones - 2006-12-30
      France came up with the idea and other European countries have had a part in the satellite that just started its space journey, having been launched in Russia. The United states was not mentioned. The...
    • 5.

      History of Cosmology

      by David Terr - 2007-02-22
      The past century has seen tremendous breakthroughs in cosmology, the study of the universe. In 1928, shortly after the discovery of galaxies ("island universes" as they were known at the time), Edwin ...
    • 6.

      Aeronautics and Air Pressure Science Proejcts for Homeschool Families

      by Aurora L. - 2007-04-01
      Take your science projects to the next level with this in-depth look at Air Pressure.There's air surrounding us everywhere, all at the same pressure of 14.7 psi (pounds per square inch). It's the sam...
    • 7.

      Why a Telescope Mount is a Necessity for Stargazing

      by William Wilson - 2007-04-11
      If you have ever tried looking through a telescope without a telescope mount to steady your equipment, you understand the difficulty of focusing on a set object in the night skies. Compound that pro...
    • 8.

      Observing The Moon: An Astronomy Passion

      by Gary Nugent - 2007-06-10
      Like a lot of kids, my folks gave me a 60mm telescope for Christmas one year. The scope was a typical department-store brand - not very good - but to a 12-year old kid it opened up the universe.Throug...
    • 9.

      Tiwanaku Alien and Evolution

      by Gersiane De Brito - 2007-08-07
      It was mentioned on a biology blog that archaeological engravings from the Tiwanaku civilization in Bolivia are unlikely to be depicting an ancient astronaut for the reason that, even with an aq...
    • 10.

      Seti Astronomy And The Collective Unconscious

      by Roberto Bell - 2007-09-17
      Some weeks ago I came across a story in which it was mentioned that a noted scientist had classified SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) as a religion. There was also a rebuttal by a SETI ...