Science

Venus May Not Have Been As Earthlike

Earth’s evil twin Venus is full of hot lava instead of liquid water confirmed by a study

Earth’s evil twin Venus is full of hot lava instead of liquid water confirmed by a study. A study by Allan Treiman published in the journal of Geophysical Research reverses last month’s hope by NASA of Venus to allow liquid water. The new research confirms that Venus is full of lava at temperatures as high as 700 degrees Fahrenheit or 370 degrees Celsius. With this new study, the possibility of habitation in Venus has vanished. NASA under fire recently about habitation in other planets With noble laureate, Michel Mayor recently criticizing habitation in other planets as crazy, and this new study is making its research on Venus negative. In September, NASA researchers released simulations of several scenarios that made it possible for second solar planet Venus to allow liquid water to exist at its surface for millions of years. The said research was presented at the European Planetary Science Congress held in September 2019. They also found that the high altitude region of Ovda Fluctus is continuous with the lower […]

Michel Mayor The Nobel Prize in Physics 2019

The fantasy of living in another planet other than earth is crazy, says Noble laureate

The fantasy of living in another planet other than earth is crazy, says Noble laureate. Michel Mayor, one out of three to win this year’s 2019 noble prize, said it is completely crazy to have a fantasy of living in another planet. Since even the closest world to earth is a few dozen light-years away and will take hundreds of millions of days to reach there with the means available now. He also stressed mother earth is still much beauty, and taking care of it should be the priority. Michel Mayor – winner of noble prize winner 2019 After receiving the noble prize last week for 2019, Swiss Astrophysicist Mayor said that humans would never leave earth’s solar system. Mayor, along with his student Didier Queloz and Canadian-American astrophysicist James Peebles won 2019 noble prize for physics. He is a professor at the University of Geneva’s Department of Astronomy. In 1995, Mayor and his co-recipient and student Queloz discovered the first extrasolar planet called 51 Pegasi. Only after its confirmation […]

2019 Meteor Showers

2019 Meteor Showers: Shooting stars brighten California sky from Sacramento to San Diego

2019 Meteor Showers: Many residents living across California from Sacramento to San Diego have reported having seen shooting stars lighting the sky. It is in accordance to the American Meteor Society confirmation that October 8th, Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning, the Draconoids will peak. The stargazers were for a treat with stunning shooting stars, also known as Giacobinids peaking as usual in the first week of October, which will continue for four more days. Also, 2019 Meteor Showers on the arrival of bigger Orionid later this month. Social media buzzes with Meteor Showers in California On October 7th, social media were filled with pictures of many shooting stars resembling meteors. They were seen across California, including places like Sacramento, Lynwood, and San Diego. Along the Oceanside, there was also a picture of a glowing fireball shooting across the sky. What are Draconid meteor showers? When the planet earth passes through the Comet 21 P/Glacobini-Zinner’s tail, the Draconid meteor shower of the shooting star shower starts in October. It will […]