• January 21, 2021

Tags : Amy’s Everyday Astronomy

Amy’s Everyday Astronomy: The Salty Seas of Europa

“All these worlds are yours, except Europa. Attempt no landing there.” Most of us are familiar with this famous final message sent from Hal-9000 to all humanity. The movie 2010, based on the writings of Arthur C. Clarke, tantalized us with the possibility of what could be hiding under the icy crust of Europa. But […]Read More

Podcast – Amy’s Everyday Astronomy: The UFO Phenomenon

UFO sightings have been a topic of debate for decades. And it’s no secret that attempts to report such sightings to official channels have often been met with ridicule. However, that seems about to change, as I detailed in an article back in April called: UFOs and Project New Book.  Since then, other media outlets […]Read More

Amy’s Everyday Astronomy: Quantum Physics and Time Travel

If you’ve ever seen a Back to the Future movie, you’ve probably been tantalized by the idea of going back in time to change things for the better. And if you’re an avid Star Trek fan, you probably understand a great deal about the fundamentals of temporal mechanics. Yet, here in the real world, time […]Read More

Amy’s Everyday Astronomy: A (Lunar) Raisin in the Sun

Last week, I told you all about InSight detecting its first likely Marsquake. In the article, I mentioned how scientists have been studying quakes on the moon since the Apollo missions. Recently, Nature Geoscience published a new paper where they took another look at these shallow moonquakes to establish possible connections to some very young […]Read More