November 2015


The Rossete nebula is a typical example of that man, the human being, looking something known of what is not known. No, it is not because it is composed of […]


The European probe Huygens lands on Titan, one of Saturn’s satellites in 2005. A piece of the Cassini probe sent to know a little more of Saturn and its surroundings. […]


Although many do not know, we have a satellite called Kepler German astronomer of the same name who helped mathematically to see the orbits of the planets next to our […]


On the moon there is also a mountainous formation called the Alps, located near the crater Plato (or Plato, in English) in the northern hemisphere of the satellite. The lunar […]