Find out how to take a stunning picture of the largest planet in the solar system, Jupiter. Read where to find Jupiter and see examples of astrophotography photos using different equipment.
Venus was long considered as Earth's twin, and compared by the ancients to the Goddess of Beauty and Love. However the truth has proved to be very different. Venus is the personification of Hell.
When viewed with scientific facts and evidence gathered over the last few decades many scientists now believe we are probably alone in the universe for all practical purposes. Here we are taking about intelligence life capable of conscious, independent thought with the ability to communicate...
This article clearly shows how a misinformed and deceived public can miss obvious astronomical mistakes when they are not pointed out by the mainstream media or NASA. How the course predictions 2012 Transit of Venus across our Sun were wrong from the angle or trajectory to timing to the position...
An old photo of a space-themed amusement park leads to a journey of discovery into Long Island's rich aeronautical history, from biplanes to lunar landers.
Learn about Neptune's composition, moons, rings, gravity, and more! Take the quiz at the end of the article to see how much you've learned.
Tidal Movements are influenced by both the Sun and the Moon but the Moon has by far the greater effect on our tides. These tides which occur twice daily rely on the rotational harmony between these two celestial bodies as well as the merging of their gravitational forces.
Take a photographic tour of the ringed planets of our solar system and learn what creates these rings.
The Big Dipper is one of the most recognizable asterisms in the sky. Using this asterism as a guide, one can locate nearby stars, galaxies, constellations and even be useful when in the outdoors
Star Trek's Nichelle Nichols survived a near-shooting in the womb by Al Capone and recovered fully from a 2015 stroke to be a flying Astronomy Ambassador. She went to space with NASA that September.