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Can We Live on that Planet? Water, Science and Life

Checking around the NASA.gov site is really a fun thing to do.  I'm always amazed at how much information is on the site that...

The Differences Between Astronomy and Astrology

What are the differences between astronomy and astrology? Unfortunately, some individuals think that these two terms can be used almost interchangeably, but nothing could...

Celestron 127EQ PowerSeeker Telescope Review

The Celestron 127EQ PowerSeeker Telescope is a great telescope for amateur astronomer’s first telescope. This telescope is powerful and is great for exploring the...

Are Astronomy Binoculars Good Enough?

Introduction When it comes to astronomy, it can really feel as if everything is about the equipment. This is not necessarily the case. Plenty of...

The Great Dobsonian Telescope

Isaac Newton and John Dobson: A Great Match If I were John Dobson I would be stoked to have my name paired with the likes...

Learning about the Stars Using an Astronomy Star Guide

Aspiring astronomers are always told to study the astronomy star guide before they get to start using the telescopes to peer at the twinkling...

Stargazing Tips for Beginners

Night Vision When you go outside it will take around 20 to 30 minutes for your eyes to be mostly adapted to the dark –...

Reasons Why Telescopes with Different Types of Electromagnetic Waves are Used...

Satellites fitted with various telescopes orbit the earth. These telescopes detect different types of electromagnetic radiation. So.. Why are telescopes that detect different types of...

How to Choose a Telescope for Kids

This article will serve as a guide for those parents who are planning to get a telescope for their children.  You probably don't know...

What is a Reflecting Telescope?

The objects making up the solar system are quite far away. This means that they seem very small when it comes to observing them....
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