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Ten Ingredients of Human Body

What comprises a human being? What is the most abundant element in the human body? The question, philosophers and religious scholars asked themselves over thousands of years without arriving at any definitive a...
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Polaris the North Star

The North Star (Polaris) The North Star, also called Polaris, is of famous for the fact that it indicates the north. The best way to find it is to search through the saucepan from the Big Dipper and to draw a ...
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M5 – Globular cluster

M5 - Globular cluster in the Snake Globular cluster M5 is the last in this series of globular clusters at the beginning of Messier's list is referred to as a relatively large, but fairly standard. It contains ...
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Messier 6, M-6 Butterfly Cluster

M6 Constellation - Butterfly Cluster  The next two objects in the catalog of Messier are not globular clusters, but open clusters. Open star clusters are generally much younger, contain only a fraction of the ...
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The Star Vega (alpha Lyrae)

Information About Star Vega The Star Vega; named after Arcturus, is the second brightest star in the northern sky. Around midnight it can be seen with Deneb in the Swan and Altair in the Eagle Summer Triangle....
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M7 – The Ptolemy Cluster

What is Ptolemy Cluster Just southwest of its predecessor M6 we find the very conspicuous open cluster M7. This cluster is easily seen by the naked eye. With a good, dark sky you can find a nebula and maybe ev...
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Lagoon Nebula Facts

M8 - the Lagoon Nebula The Lagoon Nebula is on Messier's list along with several other objects. It is a huge gas cloud in which large amounts of stars are formed. A completely new cluster has already been crea...
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Kuiper Belt Definition and Facts

We will explain in this article How the Kuiper belt has been discovered,who discovered the Kuiper Belt and all relevant detailed information about it. Thanks to the researches by the Hubble telescope, there is...
Lunar Eclips

Lunar Eclipse

In a lunar eclipse, the sun, the earth, and the moon all play a role. Lunar eclipse happens when the Earth passes between the sun and the moon. When this happens, the earth’s shadow covers the moon, causing it ...
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Interesting Facs About Moon

The Moon Surface The sight of the full Moon is something to behold. Depending where you are on earth when you look at the full moon there appears to be a face on it. There are two roundish soft gray eyes that ...