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Astrophotography For Beginners

Astrophotography For Beginners

The night sky can be considered as one of the most magnificent spectacles that we can experience every night. The twinkling stars, the bright moon and the cold yet exciting...

Shriram Joshi

Messier 45: Pleiades

Messier 45: Pleiades

The Pleiades star cluster is also known as the Seven Sisters or M45. It is visible from virtually every part of the globe. We can see it from as far...

Ashutosh Gupta

Messier 97: Owl Nebula

Messier 97: Owl Nebula

The Owl Nebula, also known as Messier 97 (M97), is a planetary nebula located in Ursa Major. The nebula lies at an approximate distance of 2,030 light years from Earth....

Gayatri

Eagle Nebula

Eagle Nebula

SEDS Celestia presents to you this amazing article about one of the most beautiful nebula present in this universe, Eagle Nebula. This articles talks in depth about interesting facts, science...

Afraj Shaikh

Messier 44

Messier 44

Messier 44, or NGC 2632 is more commonly known as Praesepe or the Beehive Cluster. It is an open star cluster in the constellation Cancer, and is one of the...

Abdul Jawad Khan

M51: Whirlpool and Co.

M51: Whirlpool and Co.

The Whirlpool galaxy is a beautiful spiral galaxy, tagged as “grand-design” due to its prominent and well-defined spiral arms. This bright, easy-to-locate spot is part of the Canes Venatici constellation....

Aeishna Khaund

M104 Sombrero Galaxy

M104 Sombrero Galaxy

Introduction

Bhuvan S V

Dummy's Guide To Celestia Observations

Dummy's Guide To Celestia Observations

If you are in the habit of taking a leisurely stroll past the Cricket Grounds after dinner, you know that sometimes, vague shapes can be seen moving around at the...

Aeishna Khaund

Understanding Telescopes and Binoculars -  Part3

Understanding Telescopes and Binoculars - Part3

Co-ordinate Systems

Avdhoot Bhandare

International Space Station: Is it really worth it?
Solar Eclipse 101

Solar Eclipse 101

“If this could be repeated every day for a year, I would never budge from where I stood” -Wendy Mass

Kaustubh Murudkar

Persieds Meteor Shower 2020

Persieds Meteor Shower 2020

Yashraj Patil

Astronomy  In Ancient India

Astronomy In Ancient India

Sanika Chepe

Understanding Telescopes and Binoculars - Part2
Understanding Telescopes and Binoculars

Understanding Telescopes and Binoculars

Avdhoot Bhandare

“What to expect when a giant cloud of gas collides with your galaxy?”
The Mythology of Planets

The Mythology of Planets

Avdhoot Bhandare

What is an Exoplanet?

What is an Exoplanet?

Any planet beyond our solar system is called an exoplanet. They are planets orbiting other stars, similar to how all the planets in the Solar System orbit about the Sun....

Sanika Chepe, Core, SEDS Celestia

CHANDRAYAAN 2- ISRO’s FIRST ‘SOFT-LANDER’

CHANDRAYAAN 2- ISRO’s FIRST ‘SOFT-LANDER’

ISRO again made Headlines in World News on 22nd July 2019 at 2:43pm IST (09:13 UTC) when Chandrayaan-2, India’s second Lunar Exploration Mission, was launched successfully by GSLV Mk III...

Hrutwick Sawant and Aditya K Nair

Cosmic ray accelerator through the eye of Multi Messenger Astrophysics

Cosmic ray accelerator through the eye of Multi Messenger Astrophysics

Blazar , Cosmic ray accelerator Source: IceCube, WIPAC

Anonymous

Why we don’t have a moon base, and other future predictions

Why we don’t have a moon base, and other future predictions

In 1968, at the height of the Space Race, Stanley Kubrick released a film that would go on to be called one of Hollywood’s greatest. This film depicted commercial travel...

Anonymous

Scientists Discover Pairs Of Merging Supermassive Black Holes

Scientists Discover Pairs Of Merging Supermassive Black Holes

The study, which was conducted for more than 450 merging galaxies, has managed to observe multiple pairs of black holes in their final stage of mergers.

Anonymous

Principles In Theoretical Physics And Holographic Principle

Principles In Theoretical Physics And Holographic Principle

The Holographic principle was first proposed by physicist Leonard Susskind in the 1990s. He showed that many of the laws of physics can be described mathematically using two dimensions, rather...

Anonymous

Synchronization And Chimera States

Synchronization And Chimera States

Synchronization is a process where two or more individual systems interacting with each other move together in terms of their dynamics. In the 60s of XVII century the longitude problem,...

Anonymous

Thermodyanmics of Black Holes

Thermodyanmics of Black Holes

From the instant we found out about these mysterious objects in our universe – the black holes- we have been reviewing all sorts of physics that are valid for it,...

Anonymous

Stephen Hawking - The Man Who Pushed the Boundaries of Knowledge

Stephen Hawking - The Man Who Pushed the Boundaries of Knowledge

“I’m not afraid of death, but I’m in no hurry to die. I have so much I want to do first.” – Stephen Hawking.

Anonymous

Elon Musk pushes the boundries of humanity

Elon Musk pushes the boundries of humanity

A couple of months ago, our friend the Billionaire, philanthropist, entrepreneur and superhero (No, not Tony Stark) gave us a surprise as he declared SpaceX’s plans for Mars. Almost a...

Mudit Jain

Lyman Alpha Blob

Lyman Alpha Blob

Credit: NASA

Nikhil Bisht

Account Of A Fellow Wandering Star

Account Of A Fellow Wandering Star

When I was a kid, I’d peer into the vast, black expanse called space through my television screen. It fascinated me to no extent.

Gaurav Iyer

Physicists Have Figured Out Where The Sun’s Plasma Jets Come From

Physicists Have Figured Out Where The Sun’s Plasma Jets Come From

After over a century of observations and several theories, scientists may have finally nailed the origin of the high-speed plasma blasting through the Sun’s atmosphere several times a day. Using...

Anonymous

NASA Has Discovered Hundreds of Potential New Planets – 10 of them are potential Second-Earth candidates

NASA Has Discovered Hundreds of Potential New Planets – 10 of them are potential Second-Earth candidates

NASA scientists on Monday announced the discovery of 219 new objects beyond our solar system that are almost certainly planets.

Anonymous

In a World-First, Scientists Have Achieved ‘Liquid Light’ at Room Temperature

In a World-First, Scientists Have Achieved ‘Liquid Light’ at Room Temperature

For the first time, physicists have achieved ‘liquid light’ at room temperature, making this strange form of matter more accessible than ever.

Anonymous

This New Explanation For Dark Matter Could Be The Best One Yet

This New Explanation For Dark Matter Could Be The Best One Yet

It makes up about 85 percent of the total mass of the Universe, and yet, physicists still have no idea what dark matter actually is.

Anonymous

Why Science?

Why Science?

Humans are a tiny speck in this vast universe. We have always been curious and we have this intuitive evolutionary thirst to answer every question. This species having a more...

Hareesh Nair

Space_News

Scientists Discover and Confirm the Existence of Two New Dwarf Planets in the Farthest Extremes of the Solar System

Scientists Discover and Confirm the Existence of Two New Dwarf Planets in the Farthest Extremes of the Solar System

The dwarf planets, nicknamed The Goblin and Farout, which are located way beyond Pluto, also hint towards the presence of a far larger body lurking in the depths on the...

Avdhoot Bhandare

For the First Time, Orbiting Supermassive Black Holes Have Been Observed

For the First Time, Orbiting Supermassive Black Holes Have Been Observed

In a major discovery, astronomers have observed a pair of supermassive black holes orbiting each other, hundreds of millions of light years away.

Anonymous

Science Space_News

One Of The Oldest Stars In The Universe Discovered
Boyajian’s Star: The star which is slowly losing its soul

Boyajian’s Star: The star which is slowly losing its soul

In science, we do not simply accept theories. Every new discovery goes through a series of steps to establish itself. If we see a streak of light in the sky,...

Anonymous

Messier-Series

Evolution Of The First Galaxies

Evolution Of The First Galaxies

Lecture by Prof. Matthew A. Malkan, UCLA

Aeishna Khaund

Mythology

The Mythology Of The Zodiac

The Mythology Of The Zodiac

The Zodiac

Avdhoot Bhandare

Science Space_News Space_Robotics

Space Tethers

Space Tethers

We as humans are pushing our limits in space exploration and are crossing the boundaries we never thought we would. But every time we blast off that 1.5 kilo-ton machine...

Suchetan R S

Robots Vs Humans For Space Exploration

Robots Vs Humans For Space Exploration

“The Earth is the cradle of humanity, but mankind cannot stay in the cradle forever.”

Ashutosh Gupta

EM_Cosmology Science

Our Universe In The Infrared Spectrum

Our Universe In The Infrared Spectrum

Abdul Jawad Khan

Our Universe In The Radio Spectrum

Our Universe In The Radio Spectrum

Abdul Jawad Khan

Science

Perplexing Paradoxes

Perplexing Paradoxes

Neil Shah

A Brief Overview Of R P Feynman's Thesis

Messier_Series Observations

Messier 3

Messier 3

Messier M3 is a globular cluster of stars in the constellation Canes Venatici, the Hunting Dogs. Messier 3 is one of the brightest, largest globular clusters in the sky, and...

Abdul Jawad Khan

Introduction To Messier Objects

Introduction To Messier Objects

Kaustubh Murudkar

Observations Space_News

Roche Limit

Roche Limit

Ever wondered what would happen if our Moon gets too close to the Earth? When you try to imagine what happens when orbital planes, asteroids or satellites get too close...

Piyush Mohite

Telescopes

Hubble Space Telescope

Hubble Space Telescope

Try and think of the most beautiful and detailed image you’ve seen of galaxies or any deep space object for that matter, there’s a good chance that the picture was...

Sunayana S Moro

Cosmic Background Explorer (COBE)

Cosmic Background Explorer (COBE)

Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known.

Anushka Umarani

Space Telescopes: Introduction

Space Telescopes: Introduction

The meaning being derived from the name itself, a space telescope or space observatory is a telescope used to observe astronomical/celestial objects but is placed in outer space. Space telescopes...

Shlok Kakkar

Astronomy

Space Debris

Space Debris

Space debris refers to the junk or waste in space, including waste left by human beings as part of space exploration missions and naturally in the form of meteoroids. Dead...

Dhruv Parashar