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 Image Credit: NASA, JPL, Caltech Explanation: Why is 'Oumuamua differing from its expected trajectory? Last year, 1I/2017 U1 'Oumuamua became the first known asteroid from interstellar space to pass through our Solar System. Just over a year ago, this tumbling interstellar rock even passed rather close to the Earth. The asteroid's future path should have been easy to predict given standard gravity

A Lecture I attended a last year! Found the video by the Geological Society of London! Copied Video's Description: Why Earth developed into the crucible of life, and Venus into a hostile wasteland https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o5FrCUQrFjs The present-day differences in the expression and intensity of volcanism on the planets of the inner solar system serves a testament to the

  In the world of theoretical computer science, P vs. NP is something of a mythical unicorn. It's become notorious, since it remains an unsolved problem. It basically asks this: If it is easy to check that a solution to a problem is correct, is it also easy to solve that problem? Get back

Physical Properties of the Earth The Earth is an oblate spheroid, being slightly flattened at the poles: Equatorial radius = 6378 km Polar radius = 6357 km These measurements are calculated on the assumption that the Earth's surface is smooth, but this is only an approximation since it disregards mountains and ocean depths. However, the difference between

Eclipsosaurus Rex  Image Credit & Copyright: Fred Espenak (MrEclipse.com)Explanation: We live in an era where total solar eclipses are possible because at times the apparent size of the Moon can just cover the disk of the Sun. But the Moon is slowly moving away from planet Earth. Its distance is measured to increase about 1.5 inches (3.8 centimeters) per year due to tidal

Global Aurora at Mars  Image Credit: MAVEN, LASP, University of Colorado, NASAExplanation: A strong solar event last month triggered intense global aurora at Mars. Before (left) and during (right) the solar storm, these projections show the sudden increase in ultraviolet emission from martian aurora, more than 25 times brighter than auroral emission previously detected by the orbiting MAVEN spacecraft. With a