After nearly five decades, the US Space Agency (NASA) will again send living things to a great distance from Earth in space in 2020. This mission will be the first mission of sending living beings since the Apollo mission to the Moon.
When looking for a new extrasolar planet, a group of astronomers at the University of Cambridge found something more interesting. They found the smallest star in the universe that has been known to date.
Worm hole is a tunnel that connects two places in space. By passing through a wormhole, we can, in theory, travel a great distance across the universe but with a very short time, even if the two ends of the wormhole are very far apart.
In the universe, stars are not only present in one color, but consist of various colors ranging from the hottest blue to the coldest red. Well, do you know why blue stars are hotter than red ones?
Two months have passed since the release of the first image of a black hole in the center of the M87 spiral galaxy. So, what have so far been studied by astronomers from this image?
Pluto, as you know, was “downgraded” from “a planet” to “a dwarf planet” by the International Astronomy Association (IAU) in 2006, after they redefined new criteria for the planet. But, since the controversial decision, many loyal supporters of Pluto did not agree.
If we compared the distance of Venus and Mercury to the sun, we can conclude that Venus has farther distance to the Sun. But why does Venus are hotter than Mercury? And even Venus is the hottest planet in the solar system?
Nowadays, many organizations and countries planning to send their astronauts to Mars, some even targeting the construction of human colonies there. Ranging from government agencies like NASA to private companies like SpaceX.