Category Archives: Q69 Do you like to look at the stars?

Pluto’s Heart

The New Horizon’s spacecraft has discovered an amazing feature – Pluto’s heart! The beautiful picture of a heart-shaped feature was captured in a series of close ups of the distant dwarf planet on the edge of our solar system. New … Continue reading

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Australia’s Sky Spiral

Another spectacular and mysterious sky spiral.  It was in the southern hemisphere and covered New South Wales, Queensland and the ACT in Australia. It follows similar occurances in Norway and Russia, and another in China in 1988 Charles Lamb’s journal records the appearance of light spirals … Continue reading

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P/2010 A2

A strange object has been seen whizzing through space. Nasa have called it P/2010 A2. It was spotted between Mars and Jupiter in the Asteroidial Main belt by the Hubble telescope just last week. The object – presumably a comet … Continue reading

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Mysterious light spiral

A mysterious giant spiral of light span in the sky for 12 minutes above Tromso, Norway on the edge of the Arctic Circle. It was accompanied by twisted beams of blue light from the centre of the spiral to the ground, rather … Continue reading

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