Space

What is Orion Constellation? Facts and Myths

Orion constellation is a group of stars aligned in a specific manner, which is most visible in the night sky during winters in the northern hemisphere. The constellation is named after Orion, a giant hunter in Greek mythology. It is often identified...

A Planet That Orbits Two Stars Instead Of One

An exoplanet named TOI 1338 b orbits a pair of stars every 95 days.  This circumbinary planet is almost 7 times bigger than Earth and 1,300 light-years away.  In 2018, NASA launched a space telescope named Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite...