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Kids, I present my latest (and so far greatest) images of the Orion Nebula, Messier 42. This is what astronomers call a star nursery because it’s literally where baby stars come from. See, when a mommy star and a daddy star love each other very much… In other words, it’s a region of deep space… Continue reading
Kids, I just realized I’ve been somewhat neglecting the planet that sent me (us) down this rabbit hole of amateur astronomy…Jupiter. I feel a tad bit guilty for not paying him the proper homage worthy of such a massive planet. How massive, you ask? What a great question, kids (I knew I was doing a… Continue reading
So, for our family’s second launch we had a professional cameraperson… Space Mama. As you may be able to tell, in comparison to our first launch, we used a slightly more powerful engine. I must say the difference was quite noticeable. But, what do I know? After all we are only just getting started! We… Continue reading
I recently threw together this nerdy little video documenting the last total lunar eclipse that we’ll be able to see until 2025. It’s basically a slideshow put to “music” with the addition of a shameless plug. You can also view it on our YouTube channel. Enjoy!
Kids, always remember that not only is God always watching you, but so is Google.com. That’s nothing to be scared of as long as you’re doing the right thing. For instance, Google has figured out that I love Space! Because of this, Google is nice enough to present me with all sorts of space-related articles… Continue reading