Pluto-Dwarf Planet
Since its discovery in 1930 , Pluto has been the subject of debates about the true nature of the planet or not. Always been considered as the smallest planet in the solar system , it is also smallest of our moon.

The latest astronomical discoveries have highlighted the existence of an entire asteroid belt beyond the solar system. This discovery which established once and for all the de-classification of Pluto from planet to asteroid. In fact asteroids have been discovered even larger than Pluto. The source of contention was the discovery of 2003 UB313 which was given the name of the planet Xena (from the greek foreign ), 10 planet of the solar system , as at the time of its discovery, Pluto was still considered a planet. Others took instead this discovery as the reason for which it was necessary to reclassify Pluto as an asteroid and no more planet.. Continue reading [..]

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Stellarium is a software project that allows the user to use your PC as a virtual planetarium. E ‘can calculate the position of the sun, moon, planets and stars, and play in the sky as they would appear to an observer at a given place and at any given time.

It can also draw the constellations and simulate astronomical phenomena such as meteor showers, eclipses of the Sun and Moon. Stellarium can be used as an educational tool for teaching the starry sky at night.. Continue reading [..]

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Cassini-Huygens mission is an interplanetary robotic joint NASA / ESA / ASI, launched on October 15, 1997, with the task of studying the Saturn system, including its moons and its rings. The probe consists of two elements: the Cassini orbiter from NASA and the ESA Huygens lander. Cassini is the first spacecraft to be entered into the orbit of Saturn, the.. Continue reading [..]

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