Sky-gazing Blog Posts

Halley’s comet to shower its flashy lights this Wednesday-Thursday

Here comes the day the sky watchers and sky gazers await eagerly: The Halley’s comet with all its flashes and one of the world’s most incredible meteor showers.People in the Southern Hemisphere will have the best of the show while those in the No...
by Hobby Shobbys on May 4, 2016

World watches Full Red Supermoon eclipse on 28 September while Pakistan will witness Penumbral lunar eclipse

On 28th September, most of the world would witness a full moon bathed in red as total lunar will occur - or what is called the Supermoon. It will be visible in North and South America, Africa and western Asia.The eclipse will last 1 hour and 11 minut...
by Hobby Shobbys on Sep 24, 2015

Pluto captured in colour for the first time

Good news for the astronomers, sky gazers and hobbyists trying to probe the starry universe above. The New Horizons probe has captured its first image of Pluto - the distant dwarf planet.The rather blurry and hazy picture which has been released by t...
by Hobby Shobbys on Apr 14, 2015

The universe - the fathomless frontiers beyond

Astronomy and sky gazing are hobbies that a large number of people adopt or love to adopt. Looking up to the sky in a dark night gives us a sky-scape consisting of trillions of tiny stars shinning above us. Almost all stars, even the nearest which we...
by Hobby Shobbys on Apr 5, 2015
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