Monthly Archives: June 2017

Magnitude and Intensity

I originally published this post to my now-inactive blog, so if you know me from back when the Old Content Archive was ftlofacts, you’ve read this already. If you know me from Science at Your Doorstep, then read on! It’s … Continue reading

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Stars: Naming and Brightness

So, this post builds a bit on constellations. I know it’s been a while since I’ve talked about them, so I’ll give you a brief recap before we dive into stars, their names, and their brightness. Meet Pegasus, and the constellations … Continue reading

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You may have heard of a common pseudoscience—astrology. Astrology is a pseudoscience because it’s a set of beliefs that seem to be based on scientific ideas, but really, it fails to obey even the most basic rules of science. What … Continue reading

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I’m posting again on this blog!

Yes, you read that right. I’m back to posting on Far Beyond the Stars! (Update: I’m referring to the blog now known as Science at Your Doorstep.) Call me crazy, everyone, but I can’t help myself. I was just checking over my … Continue reading

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