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Natal Birth Chart Vs The Ultimate Birthchart System

A Natal Birthchart is no match against the world's first Personal Time-Map system. You will never need horoscopes, psychics or astrologers ever again because of...

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The Meade LS-8 SC Telescope - For Your Perfect Astronomy Viewing Needs

The Meade LS-8 SC Telescope - For Your Perfect Astronomy Viewing Needs

Astronomy is one of the good careers that are around today. You will come across various people who like to view heavenly bodies and the stars at night using...

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Irteza R

Is creating a liveable habitat on Mars and eventually terraforming (i.e. creating an Earth like atmosphere) it possible? As progress is made in the field of science and aerospace engineering the

By: Irteza R l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Jun 26, 2012

Every man's dream is to go to space and most cannot afford to do so, one easy way is to get immersed in the world of stars and infinite space by being a star-gazer. Hours and hours can be spent just

By: Somasekhar Rao R l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Jun 08, 2012

Every night when the stars are out, one always wonders how they look from close and what stories they have to tell. The beautiful night sky with bright stars and the planets in different shapes and

By: Somasekhar Rao R l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Jun 08, 2012

When making an astronomy observatory, it is essential to consider many factors like the location, size, forecasts, budget and equipment. One very important point to note is that the equipment needs

By: Somasekhar Rao R l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Jun 08, 2012
Claire Montanaro

2012 sees an unprecedented number of important astronomical events, but what is the greater meaning behind them? A powerful new moon and a Venus transit have much to teach us about other dimensions

By: Claire Montanaro l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Jun 06, 2012
Tahir Yaqoob

The number of planets found outside our solar system (exoplanets, or extrasolar planets) grows almost daily and exoplanets can now be counted in the hundreds, and it will not be long before we are

By: Tahir Yaqoob l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Jun 06, 2012

As a beginner in astronomy, you have to know about many things involved in this hobby, including knowing what you should bring into it. Knowing what you need to prepare will make your new experience

By: Carol Dougherty l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Jun 04, 2012
R. Thabiti

A Natal Birthchart is no match against the world's first Personal Time-Map system. You will never need horoscopes, psychics or astrologers ever again because of this simple and powerful 'Do It

By: R. Thabiti l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Jun 03, 2012
Joseph Clarke

You've got a telescope and a choice of eyepieces, so what extras can make your watching hours more pleasant as well as effective? Listed here is a number of several very helpful add-ons in order to

By: Joseph Clarke l Reference & Education > Astronomy l May 31, 2012

Fifty years ago the USA and Soviet Union competed in space. Today Russia takes American astronauts to the International Space Station. Is there any competition in space in the 21st century?

By: Thomas W Hamilton l Reference & Education > Astronomy l May 09, 2012

There is an old trick question in astronomy, what is the nearest star? The correct answer is the Sun, unless one specifies "nearest to the Sun" or "nearest to the Solar System." The closest star

By: Thomas W Hamilton l Reference & Education > Astronomy l May 09, 2012

The sky has a lot of fascinating colors up there just waiting for you to look at. The Orion 8 Astrograph will let you get up close and personal with the sky. Imagine looking at a dot in the night

By: James K Blake l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Apr 17, 2012
Srinivasan Gopal

The Mayan doomsday predictions have caught the fancy of the world at large. Many a book and articles have been written on the subject of the end of the world. New theories and evidences surface

By: Srinivasan Gopal l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Apr 15, 2012

Do you like watching heavenly bodies? Have you laid your hands on Orion AstroView 120ST yet? For long, astronomy has been left to meteorologists and students of astronomy.

By: James K Blake l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Apr 13, 2012
Leon Steyn

Most astronomers accept the theory that the Universe was together in a dense point at some time in the past. Then after a violent explosion it started to expand. While the point of explosion is

By: Leon Steyn l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Apr 12, 2012

Gamma-ray bursts are cosmic phenomena. As far as terrestrial astronomers go, they are unexpected (you can't point your telescope in advance knowing where and when one will happen) and they are

By: John Prytz l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Apr 10, 2012
Leon Steyn

The Moon is something we take for granted since it is always there. But if you ask someone on the street where the Moon is he will probably not know. We think the Moon is always visible and yet this

By: Leon Steyn l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Apr 10, 2012
Leon Steyn

Striving to understand the past makes humans observers of our environment. The space above us is one place where we find the most information and the moon as the closest other special body was the

By: Leon Steyn l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Apr 10, 2012
Lance Winslow

Is it possible that the Earth had a terrible wobbling event due to its unbalanced nature billions of years ago? Sure, that's possible, and if we had a solid core and a liquid mantle, then it is

By: Lance Winslow l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Apr 09, 2012
Roy O Taylor

Dreams are sequence images, sounds and feelings experienced while sleeping, particularly strongly associated with rapid eye movement sleep. Reveal the meanings behind your dreams. A nightmare is a

By: Roy O Taylor l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Apr 08, 2012
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R. Thabiti

A Natal Birthchart is no match against the world's first Personal Time-Map system. You will never need horoscopes, psychics or astrologers ever again because of this simple and powerful 'Do It

By: R. Thabiti l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Jun 03, 2012 lViews: 112 lComments: 0

We all know that in order to enjoy the view of the heavenly bodies and be able to appreciate the beauty of the outer planets, we need a powerful telescope to do so. The Meade LS 8" ACF is one of the

By: James K Blake l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Feb 21, 2012 lViews: 98 lComments: 0
Srinivasan Gopal

The Mayan doomsday predictions have caught the fancy of the world at large. Many a book and articles have been written on the subject of the end of the world. New theories and evidences surface

By: Srinivasan Gopal l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Apr 15, 2012 lViews: 77 lComments: 0

There is an old trick question in astronomy, what is the nearest star? The correct answer is the Sun, unless one specifies "nearest to the Sun" or "nearest to the Solar System." The closest star

By: Thomas W Hamilton l Reference & Education > Astronomy l May 09, 2012 lViews: 73 lComments: 0

Astronomy is one of the good careers that are around today. You will come across various people who like to view heavenly bodies and the stars at night using different types of telescopes. The best

By: James K Blake l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Feb 24, 2012 lViews: 72 lComments: 0

One of the great things to view is the sky and the heavenly bodies using a telescope. To enjoy the view more, you will need a telescope that is clear and has precision viewing. One of the telescopes

By: James K Blake l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Feb 21, 2012 lViews: 71 lComments: 0

The sky has a lot of fascinating colors up there just waiting for you to look at. The Orion 8 Astrograph will let you get up close and personal with the sky. Imagine looking at a dot in the night

By: James K Blake l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Apr 17, 2012 lViews: 71 lComments: 0
Claire Montanaro

2012 sees an unprecedented number of important astronomical events, but what is the greater meaning behind them? A powerful new moon and a Venus transit have much to teach us about other dimensions

By: Claire Montanaro l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Jun 06, 2012 lViews: 66 lComments: 0

Gamma-ray bursts are cosmic phenomena. As far as terrestrial astronomers go, they are unexpected (you can't point your telescope in advance knowing where and when one will happen) and they are

By: John Prytz l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Apr 10, 2012 lViews: 65 lComments: 0
Roy O Taylor

Dreams are sequence images, sounds and feelings experienced while sleeping, particularly strongly associated with rapid eye movement sleep. Reveal the meanings behind your dreams. A nightmare is a

By: Roy O Taylor l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Apr 08, 2012 lViews: 64 lComments: 0

Every man's dream is to go to space and most cannot afford to do so, one easy way is to get immersed in the world of stars and infinite space by being a star-gazer. Hours and hours can be spent just

By: Somasekhar Rao R l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Jun 08, 2012 lViews: 63 lComments: 0
Tahir Yaqoob

The number of planets found outside our solar system (exoplanets, or extrasolar planets) grows almost daily and exoplanets can now be counted in the hundreds, and it will not be long before we are

By: Tahir Yaqoob l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Jun 06, 2012 lViews: 62 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

Over the years, I've spent a good amount of time considering the challenge of space debris. Specifically what to do about it, yes, it has been the topic of conversation of at many of our think tank

By: Lance Winslow l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Feb 18, 2012 lViews: 61 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

Is it possible that the Earth had a terrible wobbling event due to its unbalanced nature billions of years ago? Sure, that's possible, and if we had a solid core and a liquid mantle, then it is

By: Lance Winslow l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Apr 09, 2012 lViews: 61 lComments: 0
Leon Steyn

Striving to understand the past makes humans observers of our environment. The space above us is one place where we find the most information and the moon as the closest other special body was the

By: Leon Steyn l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Apr 10, 2012 lViews: 61 lComments: 0
Irteza R

Is creating a liveable habitat on Mars and eventually terraforming (i.e. creating an Earth like atmosphere) it possible? As progress is made in the field of science and aerospace engineering the

By: Irteza R l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Jun 26, 2012 lViews: 61 lComments: 0

Domes are basically architectural roofing structures, which look similar to hollow semi-spheres. These were widely used in ancient times to build historical buildings providing ambiance of a grand

By: James B Watson l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Feb 22, 2012 lViews: 59 lComments: 0
Leon Steyn

The Moon is something we take for granted since it is always there. But if you ask someone on the street where the Moon is he will probably not know. We think the Moon is always visible and yet this

By: Leon Steyn l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Apr 10, 2012 lViews: 57 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

How might a watery planet lose all of its water? How might a watery planet gain new water? Well, there are many speculations as to how water arrives on a planet, such as a near miss from a comet

By: Lance Winslow l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Feb 13, 2012 lViews: 56 lComments: 0

Do you like watching heavenly bodies? Have you laid your hands on Orion AstroView 120ST yet? For long, astronomy has been left to meteorologists and students of astronomy.

By: James K Blake l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Apr 13, 2012 lViews: 54 lComments: 0
1 2|  

Astronomy is one of the good careers that are around today. You will come across various people who like to view heavenly bodies and the stars at night using different types of telescopes. The best

By: James K Blake l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Feb 24, 2012 lViews: 72 lComments: 0

Telescopes are not an invention of today or yesterday. This wonderful tool for aiding in the observation of remote objects was invented in the Netherlands in the beginning of the 17th century.

By: James K Blake l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Feb 22, 2012 lViews: 48 lComments: 0

We all know that in order to enjoy the view of the heavenly bodies and be able to appreciate the beauty of the outer planets, we need a powerful telescope to do so. The Meade LS 8" ACF is one of the

By: James K Blake l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Feb 21, 2012 lViews: 98 lComments: 0

One of the great things to view is the sky and the heavenly bodies using a telescope. To enjoy the view more, you will need a telescope that is clear and has precision viewing. One of the telescopes

By: James K Blake l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Feb 21, 2012 lViews: 71 lComments: 0

The sky has a lot of fascinating colors up there just waiting for you to look at. The Orion 8 Astrograph will let you get up close and personal with the sky. Imagine looking at a dot in the night

By: James K Blake l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Apr 17, 2012 lViews: 71 lComments: 0

Do you like watching heavenly bodies? Have you laid your hands on Orion AstroView 120ST yet? For long, astronomy has been left to meteorologists and students of astronomy.

By: James K Blake l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Apr 13, 2012 lViews: 54 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

Over the years, I've spent a good amount of time considering the challenge of space debris. Specifically what to do about it, yes, it has been the topic of conversation of at many of our think tank

By: Lance Winslow l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Feb 18, 2012 lViews: 61 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

How might a watery planet lose all of its water? How might a watery planet gain new water? Well, there are many speculations as to how water arrives on a planet, such as a near miss from a comet

By: Lance Winslow l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Feb 13, 2012 lViews: 56 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

Is it possible that the Earth had a terrible wobbling event due to its unbalanced nature billions of years ago? Sure, that's possible, and if we had a solid core and a liquid mantle, then it is

By: Lance Winslow l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Apr 09, 2012 lViews: 61 lComments: 0

Gamma-ray bursts are cosmic phenomena. As far as terrestrial astronomers go, they are unexpected (you can't point your telescope in advance knowing where and when one will happen) and they are

By: John Prytz l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Apr 10, 2012 lViews: 65 lComments: 0

Domes are basically architectural roofing structures, which look similar to hollow semi-spheres. These were widely used in ancient times to build historical buildings providing ambiance of a grand

By: James B Watson l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Feb 22, 2012 lViews: 59 lComments: 0

Leaving your heart at home when going for work is not the way it should be. Work becomes a passion only when you can take your heart to your workplace. This can indeed happen only if you love your

By: James B Watson l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Feb 22, 2012 lViews: 52 lComments: 0
Brent R Partner

Most people have a perception of how telescopes work and look. Modern incarnations of telescopes would probably not be immediately recognizable to them. Find out what types of modern telescopes exist

By: Brent R Partner l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Feb 09, 2012 lViews: 46 lComments: 0
Debbie Thomas

The main function of a telescope is to gather light, magnify it and focus it so that you can see more than you can with your naked eye. Telescopes have been around for centuries and although great

By: Debbie Thomas l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Feb 08, 2012 lViews: 47 lComments: 0
Debbie Thomas

When you first become interested in buying a telescope, it can be somewhat of a daunting task. What kind of telescope do you really need? There are so many different kinds to choose from and a very

By: Debbie Thomas l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Feb 05, 2012 lViews: 51 lComments: 0
Srinivasan Gopal

The Mayan doomsday predictions have caught the fancy of the world at large. Many a book and articles have been written on the subject of the end of the world. New theories and evidences surface

By: Srinivasan Gopal l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Apr 15, 2012 lViews: 77 lComments: 0
Leon Steyn

Most astronomers accept the theory that the Universe was together in a dense point at some time in the past. Then after a violent explosion it started to expand. While the point of explosion is

By: Leon Steyn l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Apr 12, 2012 lViews: 51 lComments: 0
Leon Steyn

The Moon is something we take for granted since it is always there. But if you ask someone on the street where the Moon is he will probably not know. We think the Moon is always visible and yet this

By: Leon Steyn l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Apr 10, 2012 lViews: 57 lComments: 0
Leon Steyn

Striving to understand the past makes humans observers of our environment. The space above us is one place where we find the most information and the moon as the closest other special body was the

By: Leon Steyn l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Apr 10, 2012 lViews: 61 lComments: 0
Roy O Taylor

Dreams are sequence images, sounds and feelings experienced while sleeping, particularly strongly associated with rapid eye movement sleep. Reveal the meanings behind your dreams. A nightmare is a

By: Roy O Taylor l Reference & Education > Astronomy l Apr 08, 2012 lViews: 64 lComments: 0
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