Yesterday, NASA announced (#MarsAnnouncement) that there is clear and compelling evidence for liquid water on present-day Mars. Flash news: we’ve known about this “evidence for water” since we’ve been orbiting Mars, for several decades now. There’s water in the Interstellar Medium, in the atmosphere of Jupiter, under the frozen crust of Enceladus, one of Saturn’s … More NASA Announces “Liquid Water Flows on Present Day Mars”
Sunday night, September 27-28, astronomers or those who are inspired to simply “look up” and are located in the eastern half of North America, all of South America, western Europe including Spain, France, Ireland, the UK and West Africa will have the opportunity to observe a very rare spectacle; they will be witness to a … More September’s Super BloodMoon!
Well, I did it! Using the college’s 0.63m flagship instrument, I, along with friends and colleagues, visually observed the most distant globular cluster associated with our Milky Way galaxy! Given that distinction [of being the most distant globular cluster associated with the Milky Way] and as an object of research and study during the completion … More A Most Distant Globular Cluster