ESA – Week In Images

This weeks images from ESA are looking into the heart of the most distant galaxies, electrical storms on Jupiter and an image of mount St Helens among others. Click on the link for the full article via Week In Images / Highlights / ESA Simon 🙂 No ownership claimed on images or material


Planet Simon – Weekly Roundup

It's that time of week when the weekly roundup is needed. I've been up against it a bit for a few weeks and I'm starting to feel it. But it's been exciting too! I've not manged to write much this last few weeks and to be honest after the way things have been going over... Continue Reading →

ESA’s Week In Images

  As usual ESA has dropped a nice email of images into my inbox - sharing them with you all is always a treat! This week sees a new image from Rosetta, Tim Peake back on Earth and some floating piers.   via Week In Images / Highlights / ESA Simon 🙂 No ownership claimed on... Continue Reading →

Shadow Below – NASA

via Shadow Below | NASA We've not had a good bit of Saturn news for a while - so I had to share this when I saw it. Simon 🙂 No ownership claimed on images or material - Credit: NASA

ESA – Week In Images

This weeks images from ESA are pretty amazing - among them are images from Earth from the ISS, approaching Mars and a new star. I've put some of them below, but click on the link to get a better look.   via Week In Images / Highlights / ESA Simon 🙂

ISS: Air and Space Science

The ISS is a big floating laboratory in space, helping us to find out things that help is physics, biology and every other branch of science in between. They also have a good place to see what's happening here on Earth. This Tumblr post from NASA show us some of the work they're doing. No... Continue Reading →

Planet Simon – Weekly Roundup

Here we are again - the end of yet another week, so it's roundup time! Before we get to the posts have a look at my blog sites Planet Simon and Universe of Possibility apart from the addition of more posts, I've been working on the layout of my sites. More on Universe of Possibility, but it needed some... Continue Reading →

Mars Ancient Mega Tsunami’s

Tha Martian landscape, which scientists believe was scarred by giant waves (NASA/PA) Over recent years we've become increasingly aware of natural disasters which can affect us well over and above normal disasters. Super Volcanoes is one and Mega Tsunami's are another. But recent findings on Mars suggest that asteroids impacts on Mars may have created... Continue Reading →

ESA – A Week in Images

It's a great thing getting the weekly email with the best of the images from ESA. This is a selection of what was in this weeks link a picture of Prague from a small probe monitoring Vegetation, an image of New York taken from Space, storms on Saturn and a close up picture of 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko... Continue Reading →

Planet Simon – Weekly Roundup

As always it's been a busy week and I've been struggling to keep my blogging schedule. I'm hoping soon I can be delivering more of my own written content and new stuff to keep your interest peaked. I hope you've all had a good week - looking forward to another week of adventures next week!... Continue Reading →

Planet Simon’s Weekly Roundup

With the weekend round the corner and everyone breathing a sign of TGIF, it's time for a roundup of the week and all of it's fun and frolics. I'm not sure what I'll be doing this weekend, hopefully there will be some of this: But who knows eh? The Spaceman DJ: This week's musical collection... Continue Reading →

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