How the Earth’s Tilt Creates Short, Cold January Days

The sun rises in Midland, Michigan, shortly after 8 am on January 13, 2017. Christian Collins / Flickr, CC BY-SA Above the equator winter officially begins in December. But in many areas, January is the time when it really happens. Atmospheric scientist Deanna Hence explains the weather and climate factors that together create winter conditions … Read more

Pariksha Pe Charcha 2022: Last Date For Registration Extended, Apply Now till January 27

The number of parents participating this year is significantly higher than last year. In 2021, more than 10.39 million students, 2.62 million teachers and 0.93 million parents signed up for the program. During Pariksha Pe Charcha, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will communicate with all stakeholders. The annual event is held every year before the final … Read more

Dive Into a Writhing Swarm of Sardines With This Astounding Penguin Footage

The sardines are wildly scattered as the smooth head of the penguin zooms through their tight swirling mass in the blue-green waters in a shot by the Wildlife Conservation Society. One of those silver sardines becomes a penguin dinner on the second run. Taken on the Beagle Channel off the island of Martilla in Argentina, … Read more

NBE DNB Counseling 2021 schedule released, registration begins January 31

The National Board of Medical Science Examination has published the NBE DNB Counseling Schedule 2021. The online centralized merit-based counseling schedule for the 2021 Admissions Session is available on the NBE official website at The registration process will begin on January 31, 2022. According to the schedule published by the Board of Directors , … Read more

Two Solar Flares Just Erupted on The Sun, Bringing Coronal Mass Ejections

After a series of eruptions in the Sun, the Earth could expect auroras over the next few days. A sunspot called AR2929 emitted two solar flares, followed by the ejection of a coronal mass. Although neither was aimed at Earth, the ejections currently exploding through space could deal a brilliant blow to our planet’s atmosphere … Read more

You’ve Got a Rare Chance to See a Huge Asteroid Fly by Earth This Week. Here’s How

In a slow-moving universe, asteroids give us a rare opportunity to see how things move in real time. Such a chance comes to us on the evening of Tuesday, January 18, when the 1.1-kilometer asteroid (7482) 1994 PC1 travels 1.23 million miles (1.98 million kilometers) from Earth. This is about five times the distance from … Read more

January full moon 2022: The ‘Wolf Moon’ rises with winter constellations

The full moon in January, called Wolf Moon, will occur on Monday, January 17, at 18:48 EST (11:48 GMT), according to NASA data. The moonrise in New York is that afternoon at 4:31 p.m., according to time and date. The moon will be in the constellation Virgo and rises about 24 minutes before sunset. The … Read more