Guide to the Universe Blog

The Guide to the Universe Blog is my "update noticeboard" for this website.

It lets you know whenever any new Web pages, or additions to existing ones appear on the Guide to the Universe and, I can assure you, things are happening all the time!

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Don't worry - it's easy! And, if you later decide you don't want it, you can delete the feed.

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I think you'll find the potential of the RSS feed surprising - and enjoyable!

Mar 18, 2020

Privacy Policy Update

The Guide to the Universe's Privacy Policy has been updated to include the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)

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Jun 02, 2018

GDPR and Site Security

The Guide to the Universe is now a fully secure site. Any page you visit will display a padlock in the search bar, followed by a URL beginning with https. This confirms the security of the page.

Also, in the light of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) coming into force on May 25, 2018, I can assure my site's visitors that Guide to the Universe is now fully compliant with this regulation.

Here is the link for my new, updated Privacy Policy.

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Jul 31, 2015

Pluto Images

New amazing close-ups of the dwarf planet, Pluto and its largest moon, Charon, courtesy of NASA's "New Horizons" space probe.

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Mar 28, 2015

New Findings Regarding Dark Matter

A new study throws more light on what dark matter actually might be.

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Mar 19, 2015

Solar Eclipse

If you're lucky enough to live in the UK, don't forget that you'll be able to witness that rare event, a solar eclipse tomorrow. From the UK, it won't be total, but over 90% of the Sun will be obscured. The further north you are, the better. As regards a time, in London for example, it'll begin at around 8:25am GMT and last for 2 hours 16 minutes. The weather forecast isn't very promising, unfortunately, but it's likely to get quite dark.

Jan 12, 2015

Site Inactivity

Hi everyone. Just in case anyone's wondering why there's not really been anything happening on the site since well before Christmas, perhaps I'd better explain. I've developed a cataract in my right eye that eventually became so bad it made reading a computer screen well nigh impossibe, because of the glare. I hope to have cataract surgery within the next few weeks, after which, hopefully, normal service will be resumed. I hope you all understand and will bear with me.

May 28, 2014

Active Galactic Nuclei - high electromagnetic emissions from galactic centres


Active galactic nuclei are regions of very high electromagnetic emissions found at the centre of some galaxies

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Apr 28, 2014

Subatomic Particles - making up the Universe

Subatomic particles takes you through all the tiny objects that make up our Universe

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Mar 28, 2014

Messier Objects - nebulae, clusters and galaxies

Messier objects are classed as things such as nebulae and globular clusters, visible from Earth with a modest telescope

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Dec 31, 2013

Numbers - the biggest and smallest in the Universe

Numbers considers the largest and smallest you can get in the Universe

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