On October 21, 2003, a photograph of the nocturnal sky was taken and revealed a possible 10th planet in our solar system: Eris. Unfortunately scientists came then to the conclusion that Eris and also Pluto could no longer hold the status as planets and were called dwarf planets from this point.
394 years ago, famous astronomer Johannes Kepler discovered the 3rd and also last of his planetary laws, and concluded the general revolution of our celestial world that started with Nikolaus Kopernikus about 100 years earlier. And that made him rather popular as he still is today. Did you know that there is a Kepler crater on the Moon, a Kepler crater on Mars, a Kepler asteroid, a Kepler supernova, of course there has to be a space mission named after him, even an opera ·
Stereoscopic visualization is seldom used in Astrophysical publications and presentations compared to other scientific fields, e.g., Biochemistry, where it has been recognized as a valuable tool for decades. ·
lists potential future Earth impact events that the JPL Sentry System has detected based on currently available observations. Click on the object designation to go to a page with full details on that object. ·
astrophysicist John Dubinski's self-published DVD containing his stunning supercomputer simulations of galactic evolution set to Bach music. "... Gravitas points clearly at ties between the ideas of Isaac Newton and the music of Bach. To do this with sounds and images that appeal to club kids and new music fans equally is a major achievement." - John Terauds, Toronto Star, March, 9 2006 ·
Natural Science is an international journal dedicated to the latest advancement of natural sciences. The goal of this journal is to provide a platform for scientists and academicians all over the world to promote, share, and discuss various new issues and developments in different areas of natural sciences. All manuscripts must be prepared in English, and are subject to a rigorous and fair peer-review process. Accepted papers will immediately appear online followed by printed hard copy. ·