Tests indicate that depending on the location, estimates would vary as to how many billions of years ago the Big Bang occurred.
On September 28 we'll be given the opportunity to observe one of the rarest cosmic phenomena - the lunar eclipse of a supermoon. Unlike other eclipses, this time the moon will be 14 percent larger and glow 30 percent brighter in the sky.
The astronomer has been observing the movement of the planets to predict their trajectory for billions of years in the future. According to the expert, Mercury will collide with the celestial bodies nearest it - Venus or the Sun, after 5 billion years.
It's likely for Kepler-452b to have a denser atmosphere, contain more water and more active volcanoes. The exoplanet takes 385 days to complete a full orbit around its star, making its calendar year longer than ours.
In the future, astronauts will be able to launch directly from the stratosphere. This will happen if the ambitious project of the Canadian company Thoth Technology for building a 12. 5 mile (20 km) high tower is realized.
We'll be able to enjoy a spectacular astronomical phenomenon at the end of August, as well as during the next 2 months. A supermoon will light up the sky soon, and not once but an entire 3 times.
5. There may be an ocean underneath the surface - the type of photographed craters remind of Earthly volcanoes, which look the way they do because of geological activity.
The brightest planets in our Solar System, Jupiter and Venus, will come maximally close to one another in the night sky on July 1st. It is generally believed that the beautiful celestial event was called the Star of Bethlehem in the past.
With its approach of the dwarf planet, the space probe managed to take several photos that have already sparked a frenzy. In the photos taken earlier this year, we can see several large, bright and unexplained spots in an enormous rocky crater.
It's known that electrical sparks can generate amino acids and simple sugars in an environment containing water, methane, ammonia and hydrogen.