The annual solar eclipse, which is similar to a total solar eclipse, is yet again to be seen over Asia on Monday morning.
A team of scientists from NASA has revealed the same, explaining that it is the time when moon does not cover the sun entirely, but rather sun appears like a ring behind the moon. It has been reported that 80% of the sun would be covered during the apex.
It’s time again to witness the Lyrid meteors which will travel all the way from the old Comet Thatcher. It has been almost every year that this meteor is witnessed in late April after Earth passes through a stream of debris from the old comet, which brings these meteors to our planet for at least 2600 years.
It has been recently revealed in a report that Mojave Max, the reptile, usually comes out of their burrows in the ground to reveal the beginning of spring season in the Southern part of Nevada. However this year, things have been a little different. It didn’t come out even though the winter season has already gone.
It has been recently revealed that a scientist of University of Nevada, Las Vegas, has discovered a new species of scorpion in Death Valley National Park. Matthew Graham said that they found the Wernerius inyoensis, a half-inch long scorpion, at the time when they were searching for animals in the night.