The Hubble Space Telescope recently captured this amazing image of a star nearing the end of it’s life. The above image is of a star known as U Camelopardalis. It is located near the North Celestial Pole and can be found in the constellation Camelopardalis – also known as The Giraffe.
As you may or may not know, stars actually come in a variety of colors. But do you know all of the different colors that stars can be? In this post, we will explore why stars come in different colors and then we will identify all of the different colors that stars can be.
A couple of weeks ago, we did a post on 6 incredible pictures of the Sun from space. Since those pictures are indeed pretty incredible, I’m guessing that by now, you’re asking yourself, ”Just what is the composition of the Sun anyway”? What could produce such great images?
Spring begins with the vernal equinox which occurs on March 20th in the Northern Hemisphere. This change heralds the rise of the spring constellations and sadly, we have to say goodbye to the bright stars of winter including the awesome Orion constellation.