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Viruses Are An Option

Viruses, microscopic organisms that exist everywhere, consist of genetic material, RNA or DNA that is surrounded by a coat of protein, lipid or glycoprotein. They are classified… Read more “Viruses Are An Option” Continue reading Continue reading

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The Fermi Bubbles

The Milky Way is a flat disk, and if you put into human perspective it’s about the same proportion of a stack of 4 DVD’s. Putting it… Read more “The Fermi Bubbles” Continue reading Continue reading

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A-Not-So-Healthy Universal Relationship

In the midst of the Valentine’s Day season, it would seem of nothing more fitting than to mention the binary star systems that our very universe holds.… Read more “A-Not-So-Healthy Universal Relationship” Continue reading Continue reading

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An Archeo-Astronomical Wonder of the Middle Ages

Historians and archaeologists have wondered about the mystery of Stonehenge, a prehistoric monument that is in England dated back to about 1848 B.C., which is said to… Read more “An Archeo-Astronomical Wonder of the Middle Ages” Continue reading Continue reading

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Historical Figures in Context

Historical Figures in Astronomy  a) Nicholas Copernicus  Birth: February 19, 1473 Death: May 21, 1543 Johannes Kepler Birth: December 27, 1571 Death: November 15, 1630 Tyco Brahe… Read more “Historical Figures in Context” Continue reading Continue reading

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Every Once in A “Purple” Moon

At the end of this month, on January 31st, we will be oh so lucky enough to witness several lunar events happening at the same time. The… Read more “Every Once in A “Purple” Moon” Continue reading Continue reading

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