Astrophysics

The image that I show you today is not as spectacular as yesterday but if it has the same importance. This is an image of the Titan by Cassini probe, […]

In the past (and even by many people) it has been thought that the universe was something static, something that did not change. The stars have always been there and […]

As I have told you so many times that I have no fingers in my hands to tell them, the universe is a living being where, all its parts, have […]

Many people think that the Northern Lights only occur in the Northern Hemisphere. For that is false by pure and simple physics. All planets (or satellites) with “strong” magnetic field […]

According to Larry Molnar, a Calvin College professor, for 2022 we will witness firsthand a relevant fact in the history of astronomy. It seems that in the constellation Cignus there […]

Although December 25 is celebrated the birth of Newton few people know that we have a satellite in the space that bears his name. The XMM-Newton is a European satellite […]

Although I have not talked for a long time and try to explain, in the best possible way, about the universe and what is not around, I think that today […]

The E nebula or Barnard 142 nebula, an area of ​​cosmic dust that avoids light from the stars behind it is located in the constellation of the Eagle. About 2,000 […]