Astronomy & Space

Astronomy & Space

The history of our planet may be in remnants of a planet beneath us — The Hunt For Theia

If you’re a science and space buff you’ve probably heard of the theory of Theia before. Though not widely known by the common person, the Theory of Theia originated amid claims that there is remnants of an ancient planet within planet Earth beneath us. Allegedly according to history, Theia smashed into the earth at one point in time thus creating what would become of the Moon. Though this has not quite been proven to the fullest extent, but, a new study appears to be tackling the hunt for Theia. The study reportedly claims that bouts of rock in the mantle of the earth likely aren’t actually of earth but rather of the mythical planet known as Theia. Theia is actually named after the Goddess Theia a reference to Greek Mythology. Interestingly, the same study goes on to claim...
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Reported UFO sighting discovered over New Mexico

In the past year alone there have been more indications than ever that something is amiss with the world we live in. This week was no different as reports emerged out of New Mexico that yet another UFO was spotted. According to American Airlines, a pilot flying over the area on Sunday spotted a missile looking object that flew directly over his plane twice. The missile was not from the nearby Army training bases as confirmed by both bases per local reports. The reported UFO did not make contact with any singular entity or crash into anything nor did it stop. Arizona Republic reports that alike the many other sightings recently -- it is leading some to grow suspicious of who or what is inside of them.
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Astronomer claims previously detected space object is actually interstellar object

Either we really are getting dangerously close to discovering that we aren't alone or we are dangerously close to becoming the plotline to the Aliens sequel. Either way there is a captivating headlining circulating the internet that has most at bare minimum toying with the idea that we in fact may not be alone in the Universe. Thus to what extent remains virtually unknown. In a recent interview, an astronomer has gone viral with apparent evidence and claims that appear to suggest that a "comet" may have actually been an alien vehicle. The full video and the interview can be watched here.
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Tomorrow ‘s the big day in Space, here’s what to look out for.

Despite the chatter about apparent superpowers on 21 December, here’s what actually happens. On Monday night, Jupiter and Saturn will come so close together astronomers are calling it a once in a lifetime event. According to the AP, the last time the planets would have been as close as they are coming would have been approximately 1623. Astronomers note that people should look closely in the sky probably to the southwest of wherever they’re standing. One of the last real times this happened this close other than 1623 would have been back in the 1200 ‘s. Of course don’t forget your binoculars if you’re looking to get a good view or perhaps even a camera that zooms in well. The next time that such will happen will be least 2080.
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Astronmers have discovered “highways” in Space, here’s why that’s a big deal

We’re kicking off this weekend with this week’s latest find in outerspace, er, which leads the list of recent finds that leads some to believe that there may be more to outerspace than meets the eye. According to a new research paper released Saturday, researchers have found what they’ve dubbed “superhighways” somewhere in the Universe above us. Yes that means literal “space highways” similar to say the autobahn down here on planet earth. The “highways” appear to be some sort of gravtional pull area that would allow for trave to go much quicker than previously known. The dynamics now appear to make it possible that interstellar travel could go forth within a decae or two compared to the previously thought thousands of years. The news comes amid a wild year of discoveries in sp...
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