Moon

  • SciencePhoto of Longest Lunar Eclipse of the Century is Coming: What You Need to Know

    Longest Lunar Eclipse of the Century is Coming: What You Need to Know

    On Friday July 27 the lunar eclipse will stretch across most of Europe and Asia, Australia, Africa and part of South America. North and central Americans won’t be able to see the eclipse in their skies, but truly-committed astronomers can catch the livestream online from 6pm UTC. This will be the second total lunar eclipse of 2018, the first took…

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  • SciencePhoto of Astrology, Solar Cycles, Water Memory and DNA

    Astrology, Solar Cycles, Water Memory and DNA

    A recent Norwegian study, found that humans born during solar minimums (periods of lesser Sun activity) live 5 years more than people born during solar periods of higher activity. The researchers examined the lives of 8,600 people born in between the years of 1676 to 1878 and they noticed this reoccurring trend. They then established that higher Sun rays affected…

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  • SciencePhoto of Who Put This Monolith on Mars’ Moon Phobos?

    Who Put This Monolith on Mars’ Moon Phobos?

    Mars has two moons, Phobos and Deimos, named after the Greek mythological characters attributed to fear and dread. The small satellites are irregular in shape and circle the planet in strange orbits. Most astronomers agree their shape is an indicator of their origin: asteroids caught up in Mars’ gravitational pull. NASA images show that Phobos, the smaller of the two…

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  • SciencePhoto of 6 Astonishing Irregularities That Are Evidence of a Hollow Moon Space Station

    6 Astonishing Irregularities That Are Evidence of a Hollow Moon Space Station

    The new information has led to speculation that it might actually be an extraterrestrial technology transported here to survey mankind’s progress and the impact we have on planet Earth, or maybe something entirely different. The reason why the moon was brought here remains to be a huge source of speculation, something we will hopefully find out in the near future,…

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