Jumping into the field of physics and astronomy as a career can seem challenging, especially for precocious high schoolers with a passion for the field. It’s easy to get interested in astronomy as a kid—after all, what’s cooler than monster black holes, stars, swirling nebulas, planets and galaxies? And what can’t be accessed through online … Continue reading “Physicists and Astronomers: Career Path and Education Information!”
An Astronaut is a person who studies about the space, and even travel in a a space shuttle, They carry every knowledge about the star and our planets, and let us know about the universe. Therefore, If you think you can pursue this as a career.. then, check out this video!
When you look up into the sky at night you see the stars as pretty twinkling lights. An astronomer admires the beauty of the stars and other celestial objects and wants to learn what they are and how they work. An astronomer is a scientist who tries to understand and interpret the Universe beyond Earth … Continue reading “Fascinated by the sky and stars? Presenting a fascinating story of Maria Mitchelle”
Zapping simulated space ice with imitation starlight makes the ice act more like a liquid than a solid, meaning similar ices in space might be good places for organic chemistry.
Vikram Sarabhai played an instrumental role in building up the astronomical department in India and establishing space research facilities in India.
After a visual treat to the total solar eclipse, the world would again be subjected to another marvellous astronomical display which would happen just after another eleven days of the total solar eclipse.
Andrew Fraknoi and Dennis Schatz have written a children’s book with illustrations in the field of astronomy titled ‘When the Sun goes dark’.
Cosmology is defined as the science of studying the origin and fate of the universe
Albert Einstein, in his theory of special relativity, determined that the laws of physics are the same for all non-accelerating observers, and he showed that the speed of light within a vacuum is the same no matter the speed at which an observer travels.
Johannes Kepler was born on 27th December, 1571 and died on 15th November 1630. He was the German astronomer who was known for discovering three laws of planetary motion. He stated them as- Johannes Kepler’s Three Laws Of Planetary Motion 1) The planets take the Sun as one focus and move in the elliptical orbits … Continue reading “Get To Know Johannes Kepler – The Scientist”
Every human has always wondered what lies beneath and beyond the sky. One always tends to try and put meaning to the universe that lies around him. And thus, astronomy came into being.