Can we go elsewhere if we still need to struggle with gravity? It keeps us tightly in its embraces, so we found escape velocity It requires, however, a lot of energy that could be used better Therefore, we aren't able to reach different worlds, being undoubtedly present elsewhere. Mirosław Wójcik | November 8, 2019 | Poland TRAPPIST–South first light image of the Tarantula Nebula https://www.eso.org/public/images/eso1023a/ Credit: TRAPPIST/E. Jehin/ESO Comments You need JavaScript to be able to post comments You need to be logged in to leave a comment Click Here to Login

Wonders of the world abound on our earthly stomping ground, in the seven seas profound, midst the heavens round us wound. Images from reaches vast by astronomers amassed show in varicolored cast, cosmic glories unsurpassed, stories of the great immense, begging questions why and whence, scenes stelliferously dense, bringing past to present tense. Oh how tantalizing to lose oneself in starry view of galactic vision new where a poet's words ring true! Tennyson's ‘Far Far—Away', penned for Music's haunting play with the sounds the words convey as they whisper, swing and sway, tells of ‘far' from past long gone, murmur...

The closest planet to the Sun, Mercury is the one. Passing between us and our star it is relatively close to where we are. Usually hard to see, this November it will be seen easily. About 13 time a century I see it as it transits in front of me! A transit of the Sun, filtered telescopes are needed to see this one. November 11, is the date, it will be seen all across the United States. Part or all can be seen, it is an astronomers dream. Don't be late, across the Americas we have a date! Photo by...

Eager to watch the new Transit of Mercury don't forget the past Comments You need JavaScript to be able to post comments You need to be logged in to leave a comment Click Here to Login

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