Brown Dwarf and red dwarf stars

BROWN DWARF TYPE STAR they do not radiate much light. it is not enough for instance, to maintain life on planets! some of them are believed to use a special type of fusion power. they are much smaller than any normal star. RED DWARF TYPE STAR LIFE on red-dwarf planets

The Weirdest Object in the Solar System?

The Weirdest Object in the Solar System? Andrea Thompson Senior Writer SPACE.com andrea Thompson senior Writer space.com Mon Jun 22, 4:01 pm ET The dwarf planets and other objects that litter the Kuiper belt in the far reaches of our solar system are a strange bunch, but astronomers have found what they think might

Some Craters on the Moon May Be Electrified

Some Craters on the Moon May Be Electrified SPACE.com StaffSPACE.com Space.com Staff space.com Tue Apr 27, 11:15 am ET Exploring the craters at the moon’s north and south poles may be even more challenging than previously thought for future astronauts. New NASA calculations now show that solar wind streaming over the rough lunar surface

Is our Sun falling silent?

18 January 2014 Last updated at 00:54 GMT Is our Sun falling silent? By Rebecca Morelle Science reporter, BBC World Service Rebecca Morelle reports for Newsnight on the solar lull that is baffling scientists Continue reading the main story Related Stories Sun’s ‘quiet period’ explained Sun activity link to cold winters Four colossal Sun flares in 48 hours “I’ve been … Continue reading

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THE SUN the sun can be seen directly, but can not be observed directly. it is too hot! the ultraviolet, infrared, and x-ray look different than what we see on earth. also there is strong electromagnetic force on the surface of the sun. without the earth athmosphere layer, UV radiation, and electromagnetic winds would be 1000 times stronger. is there … Continue reading

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Interesting facts about Porcellio Scaber   -Can live upto 5 years, in nature most individuals don’t live longer than a few months. -Hard exoskeleton. Porcellio Scaber are similar to small shrimps. They have however learned to survive on the land. 200 million years ago, oceans were populated by their much