By Jude Morrow My latest two blog posts regarding surface water on Mars and Titan seem to have generated an influx of questions. When researching material for blog series’, the questions and comments seem to give inspiration for future posts. One such comment mentioned a large reservoir of water located at a proper distance of … Continue reading Cosmic Water Series Part 3 – Water in The Early Universe.
Of all the bodies in our own solar system, Titan is definitely my favourite. The reason being, it is one of the most likely candidates for life. I'm sure plenty of subscribers are rolling their eyes thinking; here he goes about Titan again. For this series it is quite relevant as Titan almost certainly contains … Continue reading Cosmic Water Series Part 2 – Saturn’s Moon Titan.
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On the 19th of October 2017, an object was observed accelerating rapidly away from our Sun. The discovery was made by PAN-STARRS (panoramic survey telescope and rapid response system). These are a group of telescopes that constantly observe the sky for variable and accelerating objects like asteroids or comets. Initially the messenger was thought to … Continue reading The Messenger Who Came In From The Cold.
We all see the apocalyptic social media posts of a doomsday event. Mainly an asteroid or supersized fictional planet impacting the Earth. Everyone hid under a rock in 2012 thinking the world as we know it was going out in a blaze of glory! It is accepted that a large asteroid collided with the Earth … Continue reading If An Asteroid Were Heading Straight For Us…..
First of all I have to put a disclaimer on this weeks post. GlamSciUK is not an active supporter or lobbyist for nuclear power. This post is my own opinion voiced on this platform to open discussion and heighten awareness. We need to explore all alternative energy sources to meet the increasing needs of the … Continue reading Save The Earth Series : The Need for Nuclear Power.
Apologies for the delay in a blog post, I have been off with illness and currently being cared for beautifully in my local hospital. Whilst alone with my thoughts on the hospital ward, it saddens me that there is still very little education and belief in the subject of climate change. That being the causes … Continue reading Save The Earth Series.