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Costa Rica’s Turrialba volcano offered a fantastic show both fascinating and frightening. It’s last eruption has been captured with an infrared camera by the Volcanological and Seismological Observatory of Costa Rica (OVSICORI).
City lights and lightning flashes among the clouds, known as airglow can be seen in a new stunning video released by NASA on Monday.
NASA’ NEOWISE mission (Near-Earth Object Wide-field Survey Explorer) has just released a worth of survey data, characterizing 439 near-Earth objects, out of those, 72 are newly discovered.
The world is a pretty crazy place, with so many weird and wonderful phenomenon happening all around us we tend to take most of it for granted.
The Geminids meteor shower, the king of the meteor showers, will peak on the night of 13-14 December. It is anticipated to be an amazing view for the spectators, so, amateur stargazers, grab your woollies and look to the night sky.
A newly discovered asteroid, 2015 TB145 as it called, is set to fly by Earth on October 31, 2015 and should be visible (using a telescope of a decent size) moving in front of the stars.
What kind of price would you pay for the things you value most? Your family, your property, or even your life. Humans value things we deem desirable or necessary. So, with that said, what are the most valuable things on Earth?
Researchers, running the IceCube Neutrino Observatory buried deep in the Antarctic ice, have collected more evidence to confirm the existence of the ‘high-energy astronomical messengers,’ neutrinos.
The ‘young’ Earth may have swallowed a Mercury-like planet billions of years ago, a collision which providing our planet’s layers and generate Earth’s magnetic field creating the perfect conditions required for life to flourish.
On October 12, 2017, the asteroid 2012 TC4 is expected to pass dangerously close to Earth. The exact distance of its closest approach is uncertain as well as the estimated size of the asteroid ramain unknown ~ it vary from 40 feet to 130 feet across, it could be as large as 40m wide – just under the height of Statue of Liberty.