Hey, Sky Fans! Forty-five years ago today, at 12:33 AM December 7, 1972, the engines at the bottom of another Saturn V rocket came to life, and Apollo 17 rode off Cape Canaveral’s launchpad 29A and headed for the Moon carrying Command Module Pilot Ron Evans, Lunar Module Pilot Harrison “Jack” Schmitt, and Commander Gene […]
Can you name Saturn’s five biggest moons?
Voyager 2 was launched 40 years ago today (August 20, 1977). Here are 5 discoveries made by the Voyager probes!
When the skies go dark during the total eclipse, what else will you be able to see?
Juno’s been great, but it’s not the first space probe through the Jupiter system.
Hey, Sky Fans! Well, well, Friday is here again, and all the world is chirping. June’s flying by, and the solstice is less than a week away. Are you ready for the summer? This means, here in the north, we’re just about in the most day-timey week of the year. More daytime means less night, […]
Hey, Sky Fans! Happy Friday! I hope you have a great weekend ahead of you, and will have some time to spend with family, friends, or just a good movie. Don’t worry, I didn’t forget about all of the photos and news coming our way from Jupiter from NASA’s and the JPL’s Juno probe. I’m […]