Are we in a chaotic world? Find out with All About Space

Inside Issue 130 of Inside All About Space, on sale now, explore chaos theory and how it affects the world around us as well as applies to the wider universe. Subscribe to All About Space (Image credit: Future) Get everything about space delivered straight to your door or digital device. Subscribe to All About Space … Read more

Amazing Experience, UAA Planetarium is back with ‘Exploding Universe’

The Planetarium and Visualization Theater at UAA seats 62 people. Photography by Matthew Schmitz Giving viewers a front row seat to some of the most dramatic and violent events in natural history, Clark Planetarium Productions’ “Exploding Universe” uses 3D animation to simulate explosions across the universe, whether large or small. Presented on May 13 by … Read more

Ceres likely formed far in the solar system and migrated inland

When Sicilian astronomer Giuseppe Piazzi discovered Ceres in 1801, he thought it was a planet. Astronomers did not know about asteroids at the time. Now we know that there are a huge number of them, residing mainly in the main asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter. Ceres is about 1,000 kilometers in diameter and accounts … Read more