Monthly Archives: June 2016

Take Me to Your Leader

Image credit & copyright: Tim Dodd, the Everyday Astronaut. Here’s another incredible image by the infamous Everyday Astronaut, from the legendary Bonneville Salt Flats in northwestern Utah. As a space and race fan, this location holds my attention year after … Continue reading

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There are no Knuckleballs in Space!

Illustration credit & copyright: NASA. Relax we’re not going to be talking about Red Sox legend, Tim Wakefield or their current knuckleball ace Stephen Wright, but instead this is in regard to solar system bodies or we can safely assume … Continue reading

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Milky Way Above Zabriskie Point

Image credit & copyright: Jeremy Johnson. Nothing lasts forever, not us, not the Earth, not the Milky Way and perhaps not even the universe itself. What we see every day here on Earth may seem pretty reliable and unchanging. Aside … Continue reading

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Alone in a Galaxy of Billions

Illustration credit & copyright: NASA/JPL-Caltech Ever feel alone in a world of billions? Well believe it or not, there are planets in our galaxy and likely in every galaxy that truly are alone. Through the unfortunate interactions of their fellow … Continue reading

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