Tag Archives: Identified Flying Objects
Sorry (not sorry), it’s not a UFO. The strange people responsible are not part of the Galactic Federation of Lights and do not come to us from the Andromeda Galaxy. I can’t confirm that none of them are lizard folk. … Continue reading →
Russian meteorites are endless fun. The Chelyabinsk meteorite from way back in February 2013 is still a chart topper. It was well-documented and much speculated upon by people who know nothing about meteorites but an awful lot about lizard folks … Continue reading →
There might be a new meteor shower. It might happen tonight and into Saturday morning. It might have a ridiculous name that gets stuck in your craw like a fish bone. Please welcome your new heavenly rock show, the Camelopardalids! … Continue reading →
Via BBC, this awesome infographic about space exploration.
MAVEN is going to Mars. Mars Atmosphere and Volatile EvolutioN. You have until the end of the month to go along. Your name, at least, can be added to a DVD that will be put into Mars orbit on the … Continue reading →
Peak happens. EarthSky will tell you all about it and where to look.
SLOOH SpaceCamera – Live Event. Check out Slooh’s live coverage of Asteroid Apophis at 8pm US Central time.
Sounds like the final installment of the Twilight series, but it’s just what’s happening in the sky these few days. There has been another Quadrantid shower (say that ten times fast), but I haven’t seen … Continue reading →
The showers are upon us. The Leonid Meteor showers, that is. Moon is on the small end of the spectrum, waxing crescent. The shower peaks before dawn tomorrow morning. Check it out! Related articles Leonid Meteor Shower peaks this weekend … Continue reading →