If ever you’ve seen Saturn through a telescope, you’ll know why it’s often called the jewel of the Solar System. And May will be the best time this year to see this gem of a planet. Saturn is at opposition on 10th May; a time when the planet is opposite to the Sun in theContinue reading “Saturn: Jewel of the Solar System”
This is September’s Harvest Moon; the full Moon associated with bringing in the harvest as the fullness of the moon, and therefore its brightness, appears to last for several days.
Many hypotheses abound regarding the conditions under which life began on Earth, and many origin scientists have compared these scenarios with conditions on other worlds with the hope of discovering extraterrestrial life. As space science and technology surge ever forward, the possibilities for life developing elsewhere within the Solar System – and beyond – continueContinue reading “Is chemical evolution underway on Enceladus?”