Posted By Rohit Ratnam on February 28, 2016
The Smith cloud, discovered by the astronomer Gail Smith in 1963, is a part of a class of objects called high velocity clouds, which are basically large collections of gas or dust moving at speeds in excess of 70 km per second found in the outer reaches of a galaxy .
Posted By Karthik Nair on November 09, 2016
While millions of young people celebrated the day of love, 6 Billion kilometres from Earth, Voyager 1 travelling at the edges of the solar system, turned its camera around for one last photo of our planet across the great expanse of space
Posted By Prashanthi on December 05, 2016
Astronomy is a space science that has been in existence since antiquity, with its origin strongly tied with starkly varied subjects such as religion, mythology, astrology and mathematics.
Posted By Anmol Mishra on December 05, 2016
Isn’t time travel something that we all think about? Whether sitting in a class or writing an exam, don’t we all wish we could go back to a particular time in the past or see just a glimpse of the future?
Posted By Sameera on December 05, 2016
In 2005, Mike Brown discovered a tenth planet in the solar system, which was named Eris. Eris was about as big as Pluto (which was still a planet back then) and it orbited around the sun at a distance nearly three times greater.
Posted By H. Bharadwaj on December 22, 2016
Black holes are the dream of every space enthusiast and in recent years one name has cropped up very frequently in relation to black holes, Stephan Hawking. One of his revolutionary achievements was the idea that black holes aren’t completely black
Posted By NIHARIKA YEDDANAPUDI on December 22, 2016
Imagination will often carry us to worlds than never were, but without it we go nowhere quoted Carl Sagan. Another day on this beautiful planet of ours called Earth.
Posted By DEBOSHREE SARKAR on December 22, 2016
“Cosmology” it is the study of evolution, origin and ultimate fate of universe. According to religious studies, cosmology is about a theistically created world which is governed by supernatural powers
Posted By PRASHANTHI.B on April 10, 2017
It’s human nature to stretch, to go, to see, to understand; Exploration is not a choice really; it’s an imperative.
Curiosity is the essence of human existence and exploration has been part of the human kind since antiquity.
Posted By KSHITIJ MITTAL on April 10, 2017
Will we ever go to Moon again? Can we take another small step in heavens? Hell Yeah!
Posted By SHANMATHI MANICKAM on April 21, 2017
The learning cycle of a person gets completed when he imparts his knowledge gained to the society. We as SEDS Outreach are trying the same.
Posted By Pragya Sinha on April 21, 2017
What is unseen is much more than what is seen. Dark matter and dark energy is something still continues to be a mystery, and mind you a mystery of great importance, because no scientist till date has been able to observe dark matter or energy directly.