Daily Archives: March 15, 2017

The Planet Quandary I – The Sacred 8

So this is the first part of my series of analyses and perspectives on the ongoing planet debate. Honestly, I can’t believe it’s been like, a decade already. Which is probably the main reason I’m going into some detail on … Continue reading

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The Moon and The Meteor

Did you know it’s actually possible to see a meteor crash land on the moon? You need to be very lucky to do so, but it’s not uncommon. After all, both Earth and the Moon are being continually pelted with … Continue reading

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The Planet Quandary

As some of my readers will probably know quite well, every astronomer’s favourite argument of what exactly a planet is has been drifting in and out of discussions for years now. This delightful nest of conversational wasps was recently shaken up again … Continue reading

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