Here’s my space picture redrawn.
It’s worth looking at the pre-sunrise sky
and watching Venus Continue reading “Dawn Ceres”
I’m not sure why the United Nations picked June 30 (yesterday) as Continue reading “An asteroid for Asteroid Day (or nearly)”
This year the first of the major asteroids that we pass at opposition is the brightest, the only one you can possibly find with the naked eye: asteroid 4, Vesta.
I’ve won a battle with the asteroids, and so am able to start adding them to “Astronomical Calendar 2017” Continue reading “Asteroids of 2017”
Continuation of the Moon’s story
Malala Yousafzai was born in 1997 in Swat, a remote valley Continue reading “Malala’s asteroid”