The Watch House Museum Seaton Sluice The Watch House Museum (for link to website click here) is situated in Seaton Sluice, Northumberland, over-looking the North Sea. I happened to capture this image while trying to get a decent panoramic of the 5 wind turbines out to sea, (which I completely failed to do...) however, I'm … Continue reading A sunset in Seaton Sluice Northumberland
This article is from the International Business Times regarding two meteorites that landed on earth in 1998; one in Texas, USA and the other in Morocco, Africa.
The secrets stored inside these two meteorites have stayed hidden for almost 20 years; that is until scientists managed to study the chemical-analysis of the them, determining that they contain hydro-carbons, amino acids, and amongst other things: liquid water.
There is also evidence that the meteorites could have emanated from the dwarf-planet Ceres, according to Planetary Scientist Queenie Chan, as it’s thought the salt crystals covering the two bodies could have been deposited on them from water or ice-spewing volcanoes located on Cere’s surface.
You can find the reported findings which were published in Science Advances here:
Though there is no sign of alien life inside these meteorites, these are still two tremendously important finds. Organic matter and liquid water being…
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Greetings Earthlings! I come in peace in order to show you new images from around the solar system! Don't worry, I haven't gone any more mad than I already was, but I do want to show you all an image that I took in Beadnell, Northumberland on Tuesday (my birthday by the way for those of you who … Continue reading Is there life on Mars?
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Greetings and salutations! I've a couple of new images to share with you all, this time from the sunny shores of Blyth in Northumberland. First up: Harbour Hut in Black and White This is situated on the North Pier at Blyth, just along from the Alcan Ore Terminal. I've absolutely no idea what it's for, … Continue reading New content – a Hut and a Post
Bolam Lake, near Belsay is a little slice of tranquillity in the heart of God's Country (Northumberland to the un-initiated). It's the kind of place you go to get out of the city and unwind, to wander along the tree-lined pathways or skim a stone on the lake, leaving all of your troubles behind. Unless you're me, … Continue reading Bolam Lake and the fight that never happened
The most precise measurements of the expansion rate of the universe are forcing astronomers to consider something unexpected at work in the universe.
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NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope will study Mars to learn more about the planet’s transition from wet to dry, and what that means about its past and present habitability.
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Check out the latest news from NASA regarding the THEMIS mission uncovering mysteries surrounding Pulsating Auroras
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Merry (almost) Christmas! I hope you're all feeling the festive mood and getting ready to clock off on Friday for a couple of weeks of Turkey and booze. I know I am! It's been a while, for which I apologise. My workload has been huge as it's the run-up to Christmas, so I have had … Continue reading A few from the Coast
I'm sure you all saw, or at least heard, about the strange sky over the Northeast of England yesterday (October 16th if you're reading this in the future...). To say it was ominous was a complete understatement! I actually missed most of it as I was in the studio doing post production and attempting to … Continue reading A Strange sky in the Northeast
If you read my last post - Is there life on Mars? you'll note that I'd spent my birthday in Beadnell, Northumberland. While telling you about my Mars-like landscape shot of Ebb's Nook (see here) I completely forgot to include a shot I took of Beadnell Point. Beadnell Point I tried out a few new … Continue reading Beadnell revisited