Gravity-Bending Facts About NASA

fun NASA Facts

Snoopy Safety Mascot for NASA In 1968, NASA introduced Snoopy the Astrobeagle as their mascot for safety. The creator Peanuts comic, Charles Schulz gave NASA the permission to use Snoopy as their safety mascot. From then on, NASA astronauts have worn a silver Snoopy pin while going into space. On return, they present the pin … Read more Gravity-Bending Facts About NASA

Cosmic Facts About Astronauts

Cosmic Facts About Astronauts

The term “astronaut” is derived from Greek words “astro”, which means star, and “naut” which means “sailor”. To be an astronaut, you have to be taller than 5’2” and shorter than 6’3”. Astronauts’ height can increase by 30% when in space. As per astronauts, the space smells like “smeared steak” and tastes like “raspberries”. The … Read more Cosmic Facts About Astronauts

Facts About Red Dwarf Stars

Facts about red dwarfs

The red dwarf stars are the smallest stars in the universe and also the highest in number. They are comparatively cooler than the sun. They also have the longest life than any other star. There is another type of stars that are smaller than the red dwarf stars,  known as Brown Dwarfs. Let’s find out … Read more Facts About Red Dwarf Stars

20 Shining Facts About Constellations

Facts About Constellations

Constellations are apparent clusters of stars which astronomers of ancient times imagined forming figures of people, animals, or objects. On a dark night, one can see between 1000 and 1500 stars, each star belonging to some constellation. Constellations help us separate the sky into smaller portions. Here some cool constellation facts to empower your brain … Read more 20 Shining Facts About Constellations