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A short explanation of why the sky is blue, the Tyndall Effect, sunsets, blue haze and opalescence.
A great experiment to show what's going on in the sky at sunset using just water, milk and a lamp.
This site showcases objects visible in the night sky this month in the UK, a perfect accompaniment to astronomy.
A great place to start astronomy or star gazing. This in-depth guide is meant for absolute beginners and will guide you through how to navigate your way around the night sky with several ideas for ...
A brief and detailed explanation of why the sky is blue, touching on Rayleigh scattering, the wavelength of light and how our eyes work.
A good explainer why the sky turns red at sunset and why if you're lucky you can see a green flash at sunset.
A list of all the animals that have been carried over land by waterspouts including fish, frogs, snails, alligators and worms.
The answer to the common question of why the sky is blue.
A short video explaining how rockets work to head towards the sky covering solid and liquid propellants.
The distance to objects in the night sky are measured sometime by a technique called parallax. This webpage has a good explanation of how it works.
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