The other day the Hubble space telescope detected water vapour on Jupiter's moon Europa. In such a cold environment this wast expected. What's there to learn here, unexpected forces at work or something else?
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The Cosmic Chronicles – One Droplet in the Infinite
From the Earth, to the Sun and out towards the great interstellar unknown every object has it's story. All these things making up the universe, our solar system and life on Earth is as much a part of this great infinite clockwork. In fact the word Cosmos means the universe as a complex, ordered entity, … Continue reading The Cosmic Chronicles – One Droplet in the Infinite
Comic Cosmos – The Strawberry Supermoon
This is a new thing I'm going to have a go at - Comic Cosmos... Little comic stories on some cosmic things. Yesterday evening it was apparently a Strawberry Supermoon, You could tell though becasue right on cue the clouds appeared...Poor Moon can rarely show off.
Comic Cosmos – Juno Visits Ganymede
This is a new thing I'm going to have a go at - Comic Cosmos... Little comic stories on some cosmic things. Yesterday Juno (which has been orbiting Jupiter) visited Ganymede, it's first close encounter in about 30 years. The whole thing lasted less than 30 minutes.
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