In the days before the world was so readily connected — before the Internet, round-the-clock news stations, telephones and radio — humans relied on the natural world around them to make predictions about the future and help guide their choices. This meant listening to nature and looking up to the heavens for clues from the stars.
Thessaloniki has been decorated with white, red and white stars ahead of the Thessaloniki International Fair (TIF) where the US will be the honoured country.
Greek scientists from the University of Crete and the Foundation for Research and Technology (FORTH) made an important step forward in understanding the process of how stars are born.
The last few days, a really interesting video is circulating on the internet, showing the sizes of various stars of the universe. In the video, we can see the planets and stars of our own solar system, but also the universe that is really…