Tomorrow, 12th July 2022, the first science-quality images from NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope will be released. NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope is a partnership with ESA (European Space Agency) and CSA (Canadian Space Agency).
July 12th Date For James Webb Space Telescope Images
Released one by one, these first images from the world’s largest and most powerful space telescope will demonstrate Webb at its full power as it begins its mission to unfold the infrared universe.
The Sky Above You – July 2022
The Moon will be Full on July 13th, which will be a Supermoon, at Full when at its nearest to Earth (perigee).
The Green Children of Woolpit, Part 2
“So Where Were They From?”
Top Award For Astronomy Picture of the Day Website
Developed in the early days of the internet the aim was to post a daily astronomical image along with a brief, easily understood explanation.
Epsilon Boötis, Clyde Tombaugh, Black Knight and STS-88
Image: Single and 2-stage Black Knight launchers at Woomera, Australia Find out more in Duncan Lunan’s article
Epsilon Boötis Revisited, Part 2
“Are any of the Stonehenge Galactic alignments repeated at the Old Kingdom Egyptian pyramids?”
The Sky Above You – June 2022
Before dawn will be the best time to see the Tau Herculid shower from Comet Schwassman-Wachman 3, on the night of May 31st – June 1st, although in Scotland, especially in the far north, the sky will probably be too bright to see many.
EPSILON BOÖTIS REVISITED
” What looks more likely is that there was something in the centre of Stonehenge I, which was gone by the building of Stonehenge II and III. “
Alan C. Evans, 1941 – 2021
“Alan had an extraordinary intuitive grasp of spatial relationships, and could just look at a plan of an ancient site, or the relative placing of two or more on the globe, and tell what the significance was.”