On July 27th, 2018 the world will see its first central lunar eclipse since June 15th, 2011. If you live in the Eastern Hemisphere, you’re in luck! Central lunar eclipses are much rarer than normal lunar eclipses, but what exactly is the difference?
Recent publications from NASA scientists go into greater detail about the Curiosity rover’s latest discovery of methane and carbon, also known as potential building blocks for life. Does that mean Mars is, once again, a candidate for sustaining life?