In our free Galaxy Academy you get the most exciting information from the topics: Astrology & Astronomy
What is a Shooting Star?
The beautiful falling star you might have witnessed was merely bits of dust and rock from meteoroids or "space rocks". These meteoroids are so fast that as they approach the earth, they burn up. Yet, if any part of the shooting star does survive and lands on the earth, we call it a meteorite.Read More
The 12 Zodiac Signs in Order
What is the meaning of the 12 zodiac signs and what character traits are they said to have? In our free zodiac sign descriptions you will learn everything about the typical characteristics, character and behavior of the zodiac signs.Read More
What is a Star?
Stars - In past centuries, they were a point of orientation for sailors and explorers. Even today, we look up to them with admiration. Despite the most modern scientific knowledge, not all secrets of the luminous celestial bodies could be revealed until today. But what are stars actually and why have we humans been so fascinated by them since time immemorial?Read More
How to buy a Star?
It’s always great to get meaningful and thoughtful presents. Isn’t, it right? But it is much more comforting and satisfying to be one who gives surprises into the lives of the special ones. We all know that it is always a bit of hassle to find the right present. The most trending present right now is to buy a real star in the sky.Read More
What is a Constellation?
Constellations are groupings of stars in the form of configurations of objects in the sky. Astronomers study the constellations among other celestial objects such as sun, moon, planets and other phenomena in space.Read More
The most famous Constellations
There are 88 constellations recognized by the International Astronomical Union. Some of them are better known, others less, others are part of the zodiac. We present you the most famous constellations, their history, their most famous stars and how you can find them in the night sky.Read More
every type of star there is
Although we all learn about stars when we are in primary school and perhaps even high school, not many of us actually know the various types of stars that are present in our solar system.Read More
IS THE MOON A STAR?
It can get confusing trying to understand whether the moon is a star or a planet. After all, the solar system has all kinds of objects, from planets, to stars, to moons and galaxies (which are made up of moons). Let's see if the moon is actually a star.Read More
The 10 brightest stars in the sky
Whenever you are out camping or are enjoying a late night on a rooftop, you may be just as captivated by the stars as anyone else. However, you may also notice that a few of them shine brighter than others. So, let’s talk about the ten brightest stars in the night sky.Read More
The planets of our solar system
The Milky Way Galaxy contains an estimated minimum of 100 billion planets, most of which remain unknown to us. However, there are a limited number of planets within our Solar System that we have been able to study in detail. Find out everything about them.Read More
10 Tips and Tricks for stargazing
Amateur astronomy is fun and easy. Astronomy remains a living science because it always brings something new. If you're an amateur astronomer, you can actively explore the night sky. With our 10 tips and tricks, you'll become a pro in no time.Read More
Everything ABOUT STAR NAMES
Most people know the names of stars like Polaris and constellations like Orion. But surprisingly, few people know how stars are named and where those names come from.Read More
The many meanings of stars
Since the dawn of man, humans have looked up to the sky and given meaning to the bright lights known as stars. This is a practice that has continued into the modern-day. Even as scientists discover more and more knowledge about what stars really are, humans still give stars many meanings.Read More
What is a supernova?
In general terms, a supernova is the scientific term for an exploding star. This usually occurs when a large star runs out of nuclear fuel and “dies.” Stars are powered by nuclear fusion, and when this fuel runs out, they might explode. Supernovas are the largest explosions known to mankind. Find out everything about them hRead More