Brain Food

A refreshing take on astronomy with a unique point of view – YOU!

Learn how we all get carried around by the Earth and orient yourself to the Moon, the Sun, the solar system and the Galaxy. You have never learned astronomy like this before.

Quality reading for adults; good for kids astronomy too.

“Star In a Star” Translated into 90 languages
Translation of Star In A Star Physical Astronomy articles Would you like to learn how to say the word “star”
Physical Astronomy – Definition of a New Way of Teaching
Definition of Physical Astronomy Physical Astronomy is a new way of teaching astronomy that emphasizes the human body and its relationship
Moon Phase Emojis – A Review
Moon Emojis – and other space emojis Emoji designers created a nice range of moon emoji, astronomy emojis and space
See Mercury and Venus orbits during the day
Your hands and arms help you see the orbits of Mercury and Venus and the shape of solar system Question:
Shapes with Shadows – astrosketching Moon features with Alex Massey
Shapes with Shadows – what they can tell us This the first of two special guest posts by Australian astrosketch
Galaxy Rise
Physical Astronomy by Daniel Cummings The Sun rises. The Moon rises. Stars rise. The Galaxy rises – twice. Each day the
Super Moon December 3rd, 2017
Super Moon The closest approach that the moon will make on its monthly orbit around the Earth coupled with a
Stellarium – See the Analemma
See the Analemma Stellarium can help you see sky patterns and practice Physical Astronomy. Video of the Analemma in Stellarium:
Walk to Mintaka
Physical Astronomy by Daniel Cummings In this post we will learn how to use one bright star of Orion’s belt