May 22, 2013
Earth is a very lucky planet to have its beautiful moon, offering us romantic moonlit nights. But what if our Blue planet had rings like Saturn?
May 17, 2013
Just released by NASA this chart presenting the distances traveled by wheeled machines we send on the Moon and Mars. Have a look at the full version of the chart…
May 14, 2013
Photographer Phillip Calais who toke this impressive solar eclipse photo, said: It was just eight minutes after sunrise, last week, and already there were four things in front of the Sun. The largest and most notable was Earth’s Moon, obscuring a big chunk of the Sun’s lower limb as it moved across the solar disk, as viewed from Fremantle, Australia. Image © Phillip Calais. Used with permission.
May 11, 2013
Annular Eclipse in the morning of May 10. The shadow of the New Moon fell on planet Earth, crossing Queensland’s Cape York in northern Australia for the second time in six months. Image © Courtesy Cameron McCarty – MWV Observatory
April 25, 2013
This is the new Omega Speedmaster Ceramic Dark Side of the Moon, a 44mm black ceramic case, automatic mechanical Omega coaxial caliber 9300. Image © OMEGA
April 15, 2013
This sharp image Saturn is captured emerging from behind the Moon, giving the illusion that it lies just beyond the Moon’s bright edge. Of course, the Moon is a mere 400 thousand kilometers away, compared to Saturn’s distance of 1.4 billion kilometers. Image © Jens Hackmann
April 11, 2013
A time lapse of a full moon rising behind downtown Los Angeles. Check out the video…
March 28, 2013
Saturn‘s moon Enceladus is only 505 kilometers (314 miles) across. It’s small enough to fit within the length of the United Kingdom. The intriguing icy moon also could fit comfortably within the states of Arizona or Colorado.
March 21, 2013
Apollo F-1 engines, that boosted U.S. astronauts to the moon in the 1960s and 1970s, recovered from the bottom of the Atlantic by Jeff Bezos and his company Bezos Expeditions.
February 22, 2013
‘Fly Me to the Moons’ an amazing image of the Moon with Jupiter and three Galilean moons, along with a passing airplane.
“No matter how much you plan and prepare, sometimes you just have to be very lucky,” said photographer Greg Gibbs. Larger image. via universetoday