Canada is filled with picture-perfect lakes - a true testimont of the natural beauty that graces this stunning country. We've picked our top 10 lakes in Canada that will take your breath away, from Lake Louise, to Spotted Lake
Voyager 1, which has been travelling at the rate of 10km/sec to the outer limits of the solar system since 1977, is now detecting the first traces of 'interstellar winds' (colder and slower than solar winds) - the signs it is finally reaching the edges of solar system. It is now 17,970,000,000km - or 11,100,000,000miles away. by Eddie Wrenn, dailymail.co.uk
"In space the stars are not nearer, just glitters like a morgue." ~Most of the starlight we see, comes from stars and galaxies which have already died. "The whole sky could be black, and we would not even begin to realize it for another four years." ~ A nuclear physicist
'From nature’s point of view, the result of this individual drama is immaterial; each day some of the world’s many iguanas will survive, and some won’t. But programme-makers have the power to decide what makes it to the screen and what doesn’t—and thus how human beings see the natural world. It’s a question of balance, says Fredi Devas, who directed “Planet Earth II”’s next episode on animals in urban environments.' Why it pays to make a drama of nature:
Conventional thinking suggests that the most massive black holes possess a ringed doughnut-shaped torus of gas and dust trapped in orbit around them. But if we know one thing about black holes, they're anything but conventional.
THERE seems no escaping the Facebook grip after NASA declared their most advanced discovery so far. A Facebook user was found to be active from the red planet, NASA sources confirmed. "We have noticed a flurry of Facebook activity far away from Earth in recent months so we investigated further. #facebook #mars #NASA
A newly formed star lights up the surrounding cosmic clouds in this image from ESO’s La Silla Observatory in Chile. IC 2631 is the brightest nebula in the Chamaeleon Complex, a large region of gas and dust clouds that harbours numerous newborn and still-forming stars. The complex lies about 500 light-years away in the southern constellation of Chamaeleon. Image credit: ESO.