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14:24

Opinion

Planet in advance

Peter Edgerton

...foreheads have discovered an exoplanet (which simply means a planet located outside of our solar system, not, as I had thought, one with an identity crisis) nine hundred and forty light years from here. If this isn't mind-boggling enough - you do the maths ... - consider this: they reckon the temperature out there is about 2400ºC. To put that little nugget in context, Venus, the hottest planet inside our solar system, is a mere four hundred and something degrees. So, in order to get a general idea of what ... we're talking about here, you'd need to imagine putting a jumper on in Malaga city centre at three in the afternoon in August and then slurping on a bowl of Mulligatawny soup. The fact is, it's so hot on this newly discovered planet, that they reckon it

13:20

Opinion

What planet are they on?

NEIL HESKETH

...especially in this age when our own planet is apparently under so much threat. Needless to say, the local council are getting fully behind it. Where should the new planetarium be built you ask? An emblematic plot of land on the edge of the city centre? A

19:19

Opinion

A lesson and an opportunity

Héctor Barbotta

...began have been for the majority of people no more than scenes of losses and collective dramas. The current crisis, which affects the entire planet, will be no different. Another thing entirely is whether the months that have just gone and the ones to

12:20

LifeStyle

The last planet

KEN CAMPBELL

When Pluto was downgraded to dwarf planet status in 2006, it put Neptune as being the most distant planet from the Sun at almost 4.5 billion km. It is so far from the Sun that it takes almost 165 earth years to travel once around in its orbit. ... two days after Galle had discovered the planet and missed out on becoming the discoverer of a new planet. Various names were proposed for the new planet such as Janus and Oceanus; Le Verrier wanted to name the planet after himself but this proved ... Greek Gods. Neptune is the fourth largest planet in the solar system, it is slightly smaller than Uranus and, like Jupiter, Saturn and Uranus , is a gas giant made up of mostly hydrogen, helium and methane. Its atmosphere also contains icy clouds and

11:59

LifeStyle

The first planet

KEN CAMPBELL

The planet Uranus puts on a good show throughout October when it comes into opposition. Opposition means that it is directly on the opposite side of the Earth from the Sun. If you could look down on the solar system, the Sun, Earth and Uranus would ... be in a straight line with the Earth in the middle. This also means that Uranus is at its closest point to the Earth and this is the best time to observe it. Uranus was the first planet to be discovered in modern times. Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter ... Herschel turned his telescope toward it from his back garden in Somerset, that Uranus was found to be a planet. At first he thought that he had discovered a comet and it was not until 1783 that it was confirmed to be a planet. Uranus is the third largest

13:13

LifeStyle

García Rodero: dignity in the midst of poverty

ANTONIO JAVIER LÓPEZ

...laughter". They were in one of the poorest regions on the planet, but even so, there was hope. "India is a country that wins you over, and the people, with their simplicity, won me over even more. Above all, you realise that it's not difficult to

22:14

Opinion

The future of the guidebook

JOSEPHINE QUINTERO

Lonely Planet was founded in 1973 and during my 20-plus years with the company, I witnessed countless changes: new owners; new editorial directions; new digital demands and increasingly complex technology. But nothing came close to the effect of Covid-19. ... domino effect. Will Lonely Planet return? Although I am now retired, of course I sincerely hope so. Pre-corona and against all digital odds, guidebook sales were slowly on the rise, despite the increased competition from such user-generated platforms ... hopefully people will travel less and more simply, with reduced tech and more environmental conscience. And just maybe there will, once again, be a place for that faithful Lonely Planet guidebook. I certainly hope so.

14:11

What to do

Saving the planet

SUR malaga

...the environment and there is also advice on how little changes to everyday life can actually help to save the planet. The exhibition is sponsored by Fundación AXA and commissioned by naturalist Joaquín Araújo. INFORMATION When : Until the end of ... March. Where: Paseo del Parque, Malaga. What: 65 enlarged photographs with descriptions on how to help to save the planet.

13:02

LifeStyle

Mercury, the smallest planet

KEN CAMPBELL The Night Sky

Venus has been dazzlingly bright in the evening sky for the last few months but it has now passed in front of the Sun and reappeared in the morning sky, rising before the Sun. In its place now is the tiny planet Mercury. Mercury is the smallest ... planet in the solar system, it is also the closest planet to the Sun and, being so close and so small, it is usually very difficult to spot. But tonight, 31 March, and for the next few nights, Mercury will be at its most distant point from the Sun and ... should be easy to spot if you have a clear view of the western horizon. When Mercury and Venus are at their most extreme point away from the Sun it is known as greatest elongation; when the planet is visible after sunset it is known as greatest eastern

15:13

What to do

The 'weirdest dude on the planet' returns to the Costa

Tony Bryant

...return to entertain with his absurd style of stand-up comedy. Known for his quick-fire sense of humour, Dave, who was described by Timeout as 'the weirdest dude on the planet', will perform alongside Alan Francis and Kevin McCarthy. Scottish comedian