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Top 10 discoveries of 2013

Top 10 discoveries of 2013


Top 10 Discoveries of 2013 The most celebrated archaeology story in recent memory is the 2013 confirmation that bones thought to belong to King Richard , found beneath a parking lot in Leicester, were, in fact, those of the infamous English monarch. Naturally, it leads our Top 10 Discoveries of 2013…
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Astrophysics News

Astrophysics News


A new year is a good time to make long-term plans, and NASA has jumped into the deep end of planning. On 20 December the US space agency’s astrophysics division released a wish list of future space missions — looking three decades into the future, and even beyond. The new ‘astrophysics road map’ is notable…
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Comet Discoveries

Comet Discoveries


Rosetta s navigation camera took this four-image mosaic from a distance of 17.6 miles (28.4 km) from the center of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko on Jan. 16, 2015. Credit: SA/Rosetta/NAVCAM – CC BY-SA IGO 3.0 It s craggy, powdery, mysterious, and even holds the building blocks of life. Scientists are…
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What years did Galileo invented the telescope?

What years did Galileo invented the telescope?


StarChild Question of the Month for September 2001 Answer: No. The earliest record of an existing telescope is from a patent application in Holland on 2 October 1608. The application was made by Dutch spectacle maker Hans Lippershay (sometimes found as Lipperhey). Lippershay applied to be granted exclusive…
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Aristarchus model of the Universe

Aristarchus model of the Universe


It’s funny, but not all of the scientists we talk about on this website are actually famous. Some of them, like Aristarchus, deserve to be… but they’re not. If you’re looking for an unsung hero of science, you could do worse than Aristarchus of Samos, or Aristarchus the Mathematician as some people called…

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Space Discovery

Space Discovery


Jupiter’s ice-covered moon, Europa. Photograph: HO/AP For a decade now, the Nasa mantra for looking for life in outer space is to “follow the water”. In the beginning, this was a valid way to identify the places where we should then start searching. Each new discovery of “water” is automatically paired…
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Who discovered Saturn the planet?

Who discovered Saturn the planet?


Saturn is the second biggest planet, but it’s also the lightest planet. If there was a bathtub big enough to hold Saturn, it would float in the water! Saturn Fast Facts Distance from Sun Approximately 856 million miles Number of Moons More than 30 (we re discovering more all the time - 18 have been named Titan is the largest moon of Saturn and the second largest moon in the…


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Galileo writings

Galileo writings


Drawings of the moon as seen with Galileo s telescope. By his own account, Galileo first observed the Moon on November 30, 1609. Comparing patterns of light and shadow in the vicinity of the terminator (dividing line between light and shadow) at first and third quarter, Galileo could argue convincingly that there exists mountains and valleys on the lunar surface. Aristotelian…


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