astronomy

Celestial objects and the phenomena that surrounds them. What lies above the earth forever out of reach. From moons, to stars, galaxies, and beyond.

Lawless Lane16 days ago
The Soul's Temperature
Every 1 in 20 people is born an empath. Every empath was born with at least one gift for directly experiencing and sharing the energy of another person. Empaths are also born with particular gifts or ...
Tayla Korn18 days ago
Zodiac Signs
Zodiac Signs, the beauty of having the stars sum you up in so little words. It’s great to use for compatibility, for likeability, for a glimpse in time. Until it’s not. Let me start off by saying I am...
Lady Sundaya month ago
The MeerKAT Telescope
Earth now has the clearest images of the black hole at the center of our galaxy thanks to The MeerKAT Telescope, South Africa’s new super telescope! Originally the Karoo Array Telescope (KAT), the Mee...
Danny Fleminga month ago
Pluto Is a Planet
Pluto was declassified as a planet on August 24, 2006. It was reclassified as a dwarf planet. The claim is that there are eight planets now and that Neptune is now the farthest planet from the Sun. Th...
Corey grovesa month ago
Evidence for Life on a Saturn Moon
The search for intelligent life outside of our pale blue dot is a bold one indeed and has been going on for quite some time. Going back as far as we can into human history and even prehistory, people ...
Andrew Wilson2 months ago
Astrology
I want to say something about astrology, and how it has helped me to view life from a different angle. I grew up believing in God, and going to church on Sundays, both of which I still do. I absorbed ...
Remembering the Astrological Houses the Easy Way - Get to the Point, Grimoire
The signs, the planets, and the houses are all important in your chart and where they're positioned tells you even more. Clearly, there is a lot to remember when it comes to the zodiac, but I tend to ...
Rupert Missick6 months ago
Telescope Filters
You’ve unpacked your brand-new telescope, lovingly assembled it, and waited like a child on Christmas Eve for the sun to set. Like many first-time sky gazers, you probably pointed the eye of your inst...
Celestial Astronomy - Articulation
The concept of articulation is not something most people are familiar with. The term articulation can have meanings in a variety of disciplines. In the context we are going to be discussing here it wi...
Celestial Astronomy - Lunar Accumulation
We previously went through the origin and initial evolutionary phases of celestial bodies in a star system. Most recently we had explained how a comet becomes a planet and how the clockstart orbit was...
Lady Sunday7 months ago
Pluto in Capricorn
Dante Alighieri, in his 14th Century play The Divine Comedy, immortalized Italian Astronomer Guido Bonatti, who served as advisor to Frederick II, The Holy Roman Emperor. In Dante's Inferno, the 8th c...
Celestial Astronomy - Clockstart
As we proceed through an understanding of Celestial Astronomy, we have discussed disks, planetesimals, protoplanets, and most recently binding. We discovered that Celestial Astronomy and legacy Astron...
Celestial Astronomy Planetesimals
Celestial Astronomy is a new way to look at how planets and moons are formed. Legacy astronomy theorizes that planets are formed in an accretion disk that forms after the development of a new star. Pl...
Celestial Astronomy Accretion Disk and Circumstellar Disks
The development of a new Star is an opportunity to begin the process of trying to understand how planets and moons might form and evolve. The accretion disk or circumstellar disk are locations legacy ...
Celestial Astronomy
Celestial Astronomy is a new branch of Astronomy which aims to solve the puzzle as to how the Planets and Moons originate in a Solar System. Most people think this has already been solved by legacy As...
Riley Reese8 months ago
Most Influential Astronomers of All Time
Astronomers, like all scientists, are on an endless quest for the truth. Their discoveries have helped propel human history and give us a shot at becoming a better society. Without the work of astrono...
Indigo Soul8 months ago
Merry Mayhem: How to Survive Mercury Retrograde This Holiday!
Fun Fact: The planet Mercury is a small planet in our solar system that is the closest to the sun. And it's actually very powerful and affects billions of people worldwide. Have you ever wondered if t...
daniel morris9 months ago
Stellar Cruise Part 5
When things finally come to a head, will the passengers and crew be ready... The Zala’s senior staff met every ship’s morning in the main conference room behind the bridge. The room was dominated by a...