Monthly Archives: October 2014
There are over 100,000 islands on earth. Many are tropical and many are covered in ice. The number of islands on earth is constantly changing due to the rise and fall of sea levels. When the sea levels are high, many small islands disappear. There are several different ways for islands to form. You can even have an island made. Here are 25 interesting facts about islands.
Despite centuries of research, we know very little about the world outside our world. While terrifying, this notion is also captivating, so we decided to scour the final frontier’s many mysteries to bring you 5 problems, incidents and oddities that even the world’s brightest scientists can’t seem to solve.
Usually when someone on the internet writes about ‘geometric forms’ found on the Moon, it’s a crazy UFO hunter who doesn’t understand pixelation of composite images taken at high altitudes. This is different.
Space probes are made to conduct science experiments. They do not have people on them. Space probes have helped scientists get information about our solar system. Most probes are not designed to return to Earth. Some have landed on other planets! Others have flown past the planets and taken pictures of them for scientists to see. There are even some space probes that go into orbit around other planets and study them for a long time. So, here are 25 interesting facts about space probes.
Earlier this year, it has been identified a mysterious “ghost” object that had suddenly appeared and then disappeared on Saturn’s largest moon, Titan. Now, new observations by the Cassini team show this elusive feature is back again. Titan just got a little more mysterious.