Star greater than the Milky Way?
At a party a few days ago, I was standing outside with a couple of friends viewing the incredible night sky when we...
The Beautiful Cosmos: M106
A beautiful picture of the M106 galaxy, lost in the vastness of space. Messier 106 (also known as NGC 4258) is a spiral...
Books of March 2012
These are the books read or listened to in March. Philip Plait: “Death from the Skies! The Science Behind the End of...
Främjandet av svensk rymdturism (motion till...
Detta är en motion jag lämnat in till Piratpartiets vårmöte 2012. Dit och rösta och kommentera med dig. Den 8...
The Beautiful Cosmos: Jupiter and Io
When talking astronomy pictures, it’s difficult to say which pictures  are ”real” and which ones are...
The Beautiful Cosmos: Aurora Borealis from Space...
My old post with a photo of aurora borealis as seen from the International Space Station (ISS) really is nothing in...
The Beautiful Cosmos: Rhea
The Cassini probe recently caught some new breath taking pictures of Saturn’s second largest moon Rhea, a...
China is taking over the space market
China’s space programme has been increasing at incredible velocities in the past decade or so, and by all...
The Beautiful Cosmos: Jupiter
Jupiter has grown to become one of my absolute favourite planets in the last few months. Not sharing Mars’...
The Beautiful Cosmos: Our Moon
The cosmos is fantastic. Such beauty lie in such basic features as the craters of our own gray moon, constantly hanging...