What Is An Open Star Cluster? (EXPLAINED!)

Star Cluster

An open star cluster is a group of stars bound together by mutual gravitational attraction. They are usually found in the spiral arms of galaxies or within irregular galaxies and contain anywhere from a few dozen to several thousand stars.  Open star clusters are important because they provide insight into the formation and evolution of … Read more

Phobos vs Jupiter (How Are They Different?)

The main differences between Phobos and Jupiter are that Phobos is a natural satellite and Jupiter is a gas giant planet, Phobos is very small with a diameter of 22.53km compared to Jupiter’s 139,820km, Jupiter has 79 objects orbiting it while Phobos has 0 and Jupiter has the strongest magnetosphere in our solar system while … Read more