All About Space

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All About Space1 min de lecturePhysics
Why Do We Think There Are Planets In Other Galaxies?
We used to think that we were at the centre of everything. That the Sun, planets and stars all rotated around the Earth. The Copernican revolution changed all that, relegating us to just another planet orbiting the Sun. We realised that the stars wer
All About Space8 min de lectureScience & Mathematics
Dara Ó Briain Is There Anybody Out There?
Dara Ó Briain Ó Briain is an Irish comedian, science communicator, TV host and author. He studied mathematics and theoretical physics at University College Dublin (UCD), Ireland, before pursuing a career in comedy. His career has seen him co-host the
All About Space1 min de lectureScience & Mathematics
How Microlensing Works
When a star passes in front of another object from our perspective, it amplifies the distant object’s light. A planet in orbit around a star acting as a foreground lens will give additional data, acting as a secondary lens. ■