October already and stargazers will be chomping at the bit to get out and view the night sky as it gets darker earlier. Continue reading
It’s been a long held notion that the vast majority of the stuff making up the long strands of our DNA is ‘junk’ and only small chunks of deeply buried code contribute to making us who we are.
It’s September and you’re no doubt itching to get out and look at the wonders of the night sky.
The night’s are fair drawin’ in, so cyclists will soon be turning to their dynamos to ensure they keep safe on the road and can see where all those pesky potholes are!
“Beans, beans, the musical food, the more you eat the more you toot!” goes the well-known children’s tune.
Be sure to look up this August for one of the highlight’s of the astronomy calendar.
The constellation of Perseus, slayer of the Gorgon, Medusa.
The annual Perseids meteor shower helps make August a fabulous month for skygazing!
The constellation of Cassiopeia and how to find Andromeda galaxy.
Scientists at CERN have found that tiny thing they’ve been looking for at the end of a very long dark circular tunnel: the mass-giving Higgs boson!