Why is there a massive void in space?

Most of us have heard the terms before; interplanetary, interstellar (great movie by the way), intergalactic… but I’m going to go one step higher: Interuniversal. The space between universes… Yes, I’m implying there is more than one, and I’m going to tell you about an observable phenomena that might just prove it. It’s called the […]

March 2014 – Orion Part II: The Deaths of Stars

Heavens Above! Heavens Above! is the astronomy section of the Sci@StAnd website, updated each month to bring you a different constellation of focus. Last month, we focused on the constellation of Orion and its association with the birth of stars. This time, we stay with Orion for a little while longer but turn our attention […]

September 2013 – Sagittarius and the Galactic Centre

Heavens Above! Heavens Above! is the astronomy section of the Sci@StAnd website, updated each month to bring you a different constellation of focus. Last month, we focused on the constellation of Perseus and the annual meteor shower that bears its name, the Perseids. I hope many readers managed to catch a glimpse of this beautiful […]

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