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Welcome!
Welcome to the store for Astronomy and Astrophysics Geeks! If you know what what Kepler and Galileo discovered, or you are fascinated by galaxies, comets and the planets, this is the place for you!

WIMPs

WIMPs
There's a problem with the universe -- the speed of stars in a galaxy is too fast for galaxys to stay together! Physisists tell us there is much more matter and energy in the universe than we can see

The Sun

The Sun
The Sun as seen through the Solar Dynamics Observatory is a fantastically complicated system of flares, magnetic lines and churning gas, not to mention a beautiful star.

Pluto by New Horizons

Pluto by New Horizons
July 14, 2015 marks the historical flyby of dwarf planet Pluto and it's moon Charon by a probe from Earth. It's the first visit to the outer solar system in human history!

New Horizons Meets Pluto

New Horizons Meets Pluto
On July 14, 2015, New Horizons makes it's closest approach to Pluto. It's the first visit to a Trans-Neptune Object in history!

Voyager I

Voyager I
After 36 years of space flight, Voyager I has left the solar system. It has had an incredible journey, flying past Jupiter, Saturn, and many of their moons.

The Higgs Field

The Higgs Field
The discovery of the Higgs Boson proves that the Higgs Field exists, and that's important. It's the Higgs Field that gives mass to matter.

Comet ISON

Comet ISON
Comet ISON may or may not be the comet of the century, but it's coming in November!

Transit of Venus

Transit of Venus
Mark the Transit of Venus on June 6th 2012 with this design that shows what the view will be during the transit. It's the last chance to see Venus transit the Sun for 105 years!

Galileo's Universe

Comet ISON

Comet ISON
Comet ISON was discovered in 2012 and it will be showing up in our sky in November 2013. It could be spectacular, so keep your eyes on the sky in late fall, 2013.

Neptune

Neptune
Neptune is the eighth planet from the Sun, and the most distant, ever since Pluto was redesignated as a Kuiper belt dwarf planet. It's position was predicted using mathematics before it's discovery.

Jupiter

Jupiter
Jupiter, the largest planet in the Solar System, is the third brightest object in the night sky. It is part of Roman mythology and has been observed for over 2500 years.

Sir Isaac Newton

Sir Isaac Newton
Sir Isaac Newton changed the way the world and universe were viewed in the 1600s. To form his theories, he invented Calculus, and formulated this famous formula for gravity.

The Heliocentric Theory by Copernicus

The Heliocentric Theory by Copernicus
In 1514, Copernicus wrote about the idea that the Sun was the centre of the solar system, but it wasn't until 1543, just before his death, that the theory was published.

The Higgs Boson

The Higgs Boson
The Higgs Boson shows that the Higgs field is responsible for giving mass to elementary particles in the Standard Model. Recent evidence of it's existence is making news across the world.

The Higgs Boson

The Higgs Boson
The Higgs Boson is responsible for giving mass to elementary particles in the Standard Model. Recent evidence of it's existence is making news across the world.

Saturn

Saturn
Do you know who first saw Saturn's rings, or who found gaps in the rings? Take a look inside!

Mars

Mars
Mars, the Red Planet, has been known for at least 3500 years as a "wandering star" and today it is known much more intimately from the mapping from space by the Mars Global Surveyor orbiter

Earth from Space

Earth from Space
Earth, the third planet from the sun, with a surface of liquid water and land has only a very thin atmosphere as shown in this stunning photograph from the International Space Station.

Venus

Venus
Venus, nearly the same size as the Earth, is closer to the sun (0.72 AU), and it has an atmosphere of 96% CO2, making it's surface a blistering 460 °C. Nice to look at from space, awful to visit.

Mercury

Mercury
Mercury is the inner-most planet, averaging only 39.5% of Earth's distance from the sun. It is also the smallest planet. This beautiful image was taken by the spacecraft Messenger.

Moons of Jupiter by Galileo

Moons of Jupiter by Galileo
What four moons of Jupiter did Galileo discover? It was one of the most significant discoveries in the history of Astronomy!

Planetary Orbits by Kepler

Planetary Orbits by Kepler
Nobody could figure out a formula for the orbits of planets, before Johannes Kepler thought of an ellipse in 1605. It worked for Mars, and in 1609, he published "Astronomia nova" with his results.

Gravity by Newton

Gravity by Newton
Sir Isaac Newton revolutionized astronomy and physics with his formula for gravity in 1687.


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