— Space —
Looking for just one answer
The celestial bodies and everything in between
What are the shiny dots in the sky? That's what people have been wondering, since the earliest times, when they stared at the sky at night and felt small and insignificant. But they also felt a sense of wonder and mystery. Maybe even from before they could be called humans. Are the dots the ancestors? The gods? Are there other worlds out there?
Are we alone?
It all boils down to that last question.
Suns, moons, planets... and the enigmatic interstellar space. What's going on there? What is the origin of the celestial bodies? We look into space with huge telescopes, space probes travel far beyond the solar system. Thanks to the data sent back to us, astronomers and physicists already know a lot about space. But every scientist knows, and Socrates would have agreed:
"The more you know, the more you realize that there is much more to know."
With GondwanaTalks we wish to make a modest contribution to your overall knowledge. We hope you learn something and have fun in the process. We'll give a few answers, but the main idea is that you'll ask yourself more questions.
Knowledge is a journey. I like this expression, if I may say so myself.
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- A 2019 revival of a fundamental question "Are we alone?" Read the article: "Solar systems with Earth-like planets discovered."