Category Archives: Astronomy

When Things Don’t Go to Plan.

Just another hotel that looks onto Bloomsbury’s Russell Square.  Monday morning, November 12, 2018 rolled around with me being a bit on the antsy side.  Just a couple of days before leaving on the trip, I received an email notice … Continue reading

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The beau idéal.

Approximately 600 million years ago, a cosmic collision occurred. Galaxies NGC4038 and NGC4039 passed through one another, and soon after began releasing stars into the new galaxy. This galaxy, located in the constellation Corvus and discovered in 1785, is known … Continue reading

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