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Planning to Buy Celestron 130eq?

  Telescope Industry Leader Celestron is Industry leader for more than 100 years. The company aims to manufacture best possible quality telescopes for beginners, amateur, and professional astronomers. In 1987 Celestron launched the first computerized telescope in the market. Through astronomy community, Celestron is also active in the preservation of dark sky. Celestron 130 eq is really an out of box innovation of Celestron’s team. The Model Celestron 130eq is a unique model designed for beginners in

Rings are seen around an Asteroid !!

In recent times, some unusual events have been seen in space that revised some of our existing theories based on celestial discoveries. In a new finding, some non-planetary bodies have been viewed to possess rings system, just like planets, thanks to highly advanced telescopes. Space rocks (or asteroids) had been found to be the first non-planetary bodies which have their own set of ring system.  James V. Scott of the Spacewatch program discovered an asteroid

Observation Of Neutron Star Merger Opens A New Chapter

For the first time, LIGO discovers merger of two neutron stars 1.6 times the mass of the sun. Indian telescopic assets ASTROSAT, Himalayan Chandra telescope and GMRT Pune play a significant role in the discovery of gravitational waves resulting from the merger of two neutron stars 1.6 times the mass of sun. –  Dr. T V VENKATESWARAN, Vigyan Prasar, New Delhi Within twenty months after announcement of the first confirmed detection of gravitational waves and

Orbiting Satellite

In layman terms, we usually define satellite as a space body (moon, planet or a machine) that revolves around a planet or a star. For example moon is a satellite which orbits around the Earth. Likewise, Earth acts as a satellite of Sun. Humans used the idea of satellite, to build a machine that would orbit around the earth, stars or other planets, catch signals from one end of the Earth or other space bodies

Float or Sink?

It is quite puzzling to see a small stone thrown in water, sinks! On the other hand, a huge iron ship floats on the water surface smoothly. More bewildering is when the same material bodies perform distinctively for example; a small iron pin sinks in the water but not the large iron ship. Doesn’t the size matters here? If not, then what is it that decides whether a body will float or sink? In fact,

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