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One of my favorite pastimes is observing the sky at night and seeing which constellations I can point out. While I am no expert by any stretch of the imagination, I like to think that I have a basic knowledge of several “main” constellations — Orion’s Belt, the North Star, the Big / Little Dipper,Continue reading “Observing the Sky at Night” Continue reading → Continue reading
Did you know that the speed of light is around 3.00 × 108 m/s? For now, it is believed that there is nothing faster than the speed of light, which is why large astronomical distances are often denoted by light-years, the distance that light can travel in a year. If we were to see a galaxyContinue reading “Is there such a thing as the present?” Continue reading → Continue reading
Hey guys, so here’s something that really means a lot to me. Hope you can check it out here! https://www.universetoday.com/139956/new-reasons-why-pluto-should-be-considered-a-planet-after-all/ Continue reading → Continue reading
Hi! My name is Swarna. I am from Memphis, TN. I chose a picture taken by me at my recent vacation to the Grand Canyon. The snow was a complete surprise, as we assumed it did not snow in the desert. According to this article, other areas of Arizona also experienced some snow. This wasContinue reading Continue reading → Continue reading
I am going to post a picture of myself for a picture that represents me (view it below)
Most people I have met have never seen the Milky Way with their naked eye. In fact, a lot of people I have met did not know this was even possible! Luckily, I live in the state of Utah, where 80% of the population lives within a stretch of towns and cities called the WasatchContinue reading “Stargazing in the Home State” Continue reading → Continue reading
Hello and welcome to my blog! I hope to fill this website with interesting topics about physics and astronomy. My name is Khalil Greene and I am a student at Vanderbilt University. My major is physics and I plan to minor in astronomy so that I can go to graduate school and become an astrophysicist.Continue reading “I love physics” Continue reading → Continue reading