I would like to share with you one photo of planet Venus which I took right after the Sunset. With my mobile phone.
While walking on the beach in the night, under the totally clear night sky, there was just a one cloud.
Are you ready to watch the live coverage of NASA’s InSight mission to Mars? Join me online.
On December 13, 2017, it was the 45 years since the last moonwalk.
Lets’ take a look at the beautiful location which MER-B (Opportunity rover) visited on June 10, 2006.
This book is a collection of articles, texts and research published on pages of Science & Mars Journal – International Journal of Mars Research (ISSN 2453-8760). The content covers the years 2013-2017. Science & Mars Journal is a scientific magazine, which is in operation since year 2013. The aim of the journal is to create an opportunity to publish research articles of students, researchers, scientists and various scholars without a need to pay for publishing.
Let me share with you my experience with the telescope Celestron Powerseeker 80 EQ.
Have you ever thought how to become an observer of the Moon in the conditions of the new millennium? Or better said, of the 21st century?
For the last couple of weeks I have been finalizing my new book and finally the publishing date has come. The name of the book is “Moon Atlas for Visual Observer” and it is dedicated to all people interested in visual observation of the Moon.
Few days ago we have started one long email discussion with my colleagues and friends from various institutions – some private space companies, NASA, etc..
While studying some new data which were sent by Curiosity, I have found some very nice and interesting pieces. I would like to share some of them with you here.
A photo of planet Saturn below, was taken with single camera (without telescope or any additional lens).
On July 1, 2017, sometimes around midnight I have taken a random photo of the night sky above the southern horizon.
From time to time I read an article or some people are asking me, what is the actual color of sky on Mars. Is it red, brown, or blue?
One of the most successful planetary exploration missions in history is coming to its end. The end of the mission will not be just the finale. We all call it a grand finale. Cassini, we all, people on blue Earth, stand behind you.
Take a look on these beautiful recent photos from Mars. All of them were taken by Curiosity rover.
I am sure that you have noticed this week’s announcement of NASA and ESO about the discovery of 7 exoplanets orbiting the star Trappist-1.
Have you ever tried to imagine how did Mars look like in the past? Or how it probably looked like with the oceans on its surface?
When doing research and study of some features and images taken by HiRISE camera, I have found this interesting picture.
Where on Earth is now a day and where is a night? I have created a small application below, displaying the map and the daylight on Earth. Enjoy!
Where on Mars is now a day and where is a night? I have created a small application below, displaying the map and the daylight on Mars. Enjoy!
In this post we will take a brief look at the orbital mechanics and orbit determination.
I was playing a little bit with one interesting rock “sample” from Mars. Oh, yes, “sample from Mars”. I mean with some interesting picture of one nice piece of rock on Mars, located at Bradbury site – place where MSL Curiosity has landed in August 6, 2012. If I remember correctly, it was at 05:17 UTC.