What Will the Constellations Look Like in 50,000... →
Click on this link and find out! :) Stargazers of the future will look into a different night sky. That’s because the stars are constantly moving relative to each other. These shifts are nearly imperceptible during a person’s lifetime, but they add up over the centuries and millennia. This means that in, say, 50,000 years, many common constellations will have a very different shape. Take...
So, I am working the entry for my final and most favorite moon! For those of you who are just joining us, here is a recap of Moons 10 -2! 10. Phobos 9. Iapetus 8. Hyperion 7. Umbriel 6. Mimas 5. The Moon 4. Titan 3. Io 2. Europa Oh the excitement!! And a hint! My favorite moon is the largest moon of my least favorite planet! ;)
Green is my favorite!! →
2. Europa (the Secret vote)
2. Europa - a.k.a. Jupiter II, the smallest of the Galilean satellites and my number two moon!! I am going to tell you right away that my top two moon choices are liked mostly for sentimental reasons (Europa reminds me of someone very dear to me - luckily, I don’t think they read my blog and I also believe the only time I have ever expressed this thought was while under the influence of...