Forum discussion tagged with #astronomy.
  1. Rorisang

    The astonishing force:gravity's invisible tug on the universe

    Have you ever stopped to think about the invisible force that keeps you rooted to the Earth, yet also governs the dance of planets, stars, and galaxies across the cosmos? It's time to unravel the mind-boggling mystery of gravity and discover why it's not just a force – it's a cosmic architect...
  2. M

    Question tracking a group of satellites simultaneously

    Hi. I want to create a list of a number of custom satellites and track them simultaneously as a list to get prediction of their passes easily rather than checking each satellite separately, Do you know any websites or an android/PC Apps to do this?
  3. ClassicFlappy

    What are your favourite books on Astronomy and all things Science?

    I've had the pleasure of reading 'A Brief History of Time' by the late and great Stephen Hawking and 'Forces of Nature' by Brian Cox. More recently I've read 'Astrophysics for People in a Hurry' by Neil deGrasse Tyson. What I've noticed is the less difficult reads were also the more enjoyable...