Bob’s Blog

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A new form of space weather on Betelgeuse – 14th August 2022

James Webb – 1st infra red deep sky image – 12th July 2022

NASA latest video on Asteroid Bennu mission – 9th July 2022

Comet K2 enters the inner solar system – 3rd July 2022

First Sunquake of Solar Cycle 25 – 13th May 2022

Some more images from James Webb – 15th April 2022

Huge New Comet Spotted by Hubble – 14th April 2022

Perseverance images from Mars – 14th April 2022

James Webb Telescope Images – 8th April 2022

Sunspot and CME alert2nd February 2022

Sunspot Counts – 12th January 2022

Inferior Conjunction of Venus – 4th January 2022

Amateur Images of the James Webb Space Telescope – 31st December 2021

New solar activity – 16th December 2021

Parker Solar Probe – 15th December 2021

Comet Leonard Update – 11th December 2021

Andromedid Meteor Outburst – 30th November 2021

Comet 29P Erupts Again – 26th October 2021

Something just hit Jupiter – 13th September 2021

Rare Naked-Eye Nova

22nd June 2021 – Major Outbreak of Noctilucent Clouds reported

The Termination Event – a new idea on Solar physics

This panorama has just been circulated and now that Curiosity has reached altitude above the Gale crater floor it shows all the items of interest with comments and close ups. At one point you can see the landing area 6.5 miles away. It takes a while to watch but is fantastic especially nearing the end on the north west face.Bob.

A rare eclipse of Jupiters moons 22-04-21

Latest video update on Perseverance 21-03-2021

Perseverance landing site and links to landing video plus stunning images of Mars taken by rovers Spirit, Opportunity and Curiosity

Suddenly, a new feature on Mars

Solar Cycle 25 has begun

A warning from history – the Carrington Event was not unique

The Solar System has one less Comet (this will download a word file)

Spiral Lights on Mars

An Explosion over China (this will download a word file)

Something unusual just flew past the sun

How did the original matter for the Big Bang Theory come to be ?

Astronomers using ESO telescopes and other facilities have found clear evidence of a planet orbiting the closest star to Earth, Proxima Centauri. The long-sought world, designated Proxima b, orbits its cool red parent star every 11 days and has a temperature suitable for liquid water to exist on its surface. This rocky world is a little more massive than the Earth and is the closest exoplanet to us — and it may also be the closest possible abode for life outside the Solar System.

How the ocean currents circulate heat

For those who have never seen any near asteroid data, here is a spreadsheet of Recent and Upcoming Earth Asteroid Encounters