Given the vastness of the universe, it is no surprise to find that we have other celestial neighbors aside from other planets. Learn fascinating facts about stars, comets, asteroids, galaxies, and...
Just like the Earth, its moon also makes predictable movements that affect both our planet and all its inhabitants.
The Earth goes through three types of motions: rotation, revolution, and precession. Let's review them one by one.
Earth didn't appear out of nowhere. In this article, learn the scientific explanation behind how the planet Earth--and all of its life-sustaining elements--formed billions of years ago.
The Milky Way Galaxy consists of the Sun, 8 planets, 5 dwarf planets, and more than 200 moons. Let's discuss all these celestial bodies one by one.
In this article, we'll focus on the basics of cosmology to explore the two theories that explain how our universe--and the solar system--formed billions of years ago.