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The Revolutionary Model of the Solar System

We all know Galileo Galilei championed the heliocentric model of the universe that Copernicus first proposed, but his reasoning behind … MoreContinue reading Continue reading

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12 Billion Miles Away and On Your TV

Ever wondered how a probe called Voyager managed to make it 12 billion miles away from this pale blue dot? … MoreContinue reading Continue reading

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The Politics of Space

While we think the works of scientific groups who strive to understand our universe can operate regardless of our political … MoreContinue reading Continue reading

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Cool Kuiper Belt Objects

Way out past Neptune lies the Kuiper Belt. The most famous and one of the largest Kuiper Belt objects is … MoreContinue reading Continue reading

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Rosetta and Philae

In March of 2004, two friends went ont he adventure of a lifetime. These two friends were the Rosetta space … MoreContinue reading Continue reading

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New Horizons

Way out on the edge of our Solar System, in the Kuiper Belt, lies an object that has held our fascination since 1930. Pluto! … MoreContinue reading Continue reading

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Light Cones

We all know that light travels really fast. It can appear instantaneous to us on earth, but when you look out … MoreContinue reading Continue reading

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Star Chart App

            It’s always fun to stare at the night sky! Yet stargazing is always more fun when you know what … MoreContinue reading Continue reading

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NCAA Tournament Scoring

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