It’s a gloomy preview of what will happen to Earth when our sun morphs into a red giant and gobbles the four inner planets in another 5 billion years.“If it’s any consolation, this will happen in about 5 billion years,”
Pictures taken by the James Webb Space Telescope show Neptune’s thin rings, its faint dust bands as well as seven of its 14 known moons.
The James Webb Space Telescope took the photos in July, capturing unprecedented views of Jupiter’s northern and southern lights, and swirling polar haze.
The rocket will spend more than a decade exploring asteroids thought to date back to when the planets formed.
Scientists from Europe and the U.S. reported Monday there isn’t nearly enough water vapor in the clouds of Venus to support life as we know it.
The two planets will merge in the night sky Monday, appearing closer to one another than they have since Galileo’s time in the 17th century.
Europa, which is smaller than our own moon, appears as a pale dot alongside its giant, color-streaked gas planet.
Mars, Jupiter, Saturn and a crescent moon will be clustered together in the southeastern sky just before daybreak. Mercury will peek above the horizon.
Family is everything to the hosts of “Here To Make Friends.” Claire Fallon and Emma Gray tour the sites of Hometown week, from the biggest panel of character witnesses to Peter’s actual true love (we don’t mean Hannah, or his family, either). This week, Hannah meets four sets of potential in-laws, who range in supportiveness on a scale from Wyatt to Weber. While Mr. and Mrs. Peter pick out china patterns, the Jeds just want her gone. In Georgia, Luke calls on his prayer group to some serious damage control. And boy, do they lay it on thick — even thicker than Tyler, whose sunscreen application seems more focused on the rubdown than UV protection. At the rose ceremony, Hannah breaks the rules and brings all four guys into fantasy suites week. But which one is careening toward a mental breakdown?Find full episodes of “Here To Make Friends” on Apple, Google, Spotify, and Acast #TheBachelorette #TheBachelor
You won't need a telescope to get some incredible views of our solar system's largest planet.