Monthly Archives: March 2014
All observers in the Northern Hemisphere will notice, this week, with the naked eye, the planet Jupiter, which will become the brightest object in the evening sky.
The asteroid 2014 DX110, which is 98ft (30m) across, will pass less than 1 lunar distance from Earth, offering an interesting show for those who want to pursue it through a telescope.
Astronomers have identified one of the “richest” planetary systems discovered so far, which includes seven planets, informs bbc.co.uk. The discovery of the seventh planet around the dwarf star KIC 11442793 could be considered a record, said two different teams of researchers.
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An international team of astrophysicists has identified a planet thats 13 times bigger than “our” Jupiter, the largest planet in our solar system.
An exotic planet, from the outside solar system, is floating alone through space without orbiting a star, was discovered by a team of astronomers, according to a study published in the United States.