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Information About Space exploration
October 16, 2017

Information About Space exploration

Into Orbit Humans have dreamed about spaceflight since antiquity. The Chinese used rockets for ceremonial and military purposes centuries ago, but only in the latter half of the 20th century were rockets developed that were powerful enough to overcome the force of gravity to reach orbital velocities that could open space to human exploration. As often happens…

Best books About Space exploration
October 13, 2017

Best books About Space exploration

The space shuttle Endeavour glides back to Earth on Jan. 20, 1996, after nine days in space on the STS-72 mission. The orbiter is about to touch down on Runway 15 at the Shuttle Landing Facility at NASA s Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Fla. Credit: NASA Only a select few have experienced spaceflight first-hand, but a good book can show you T-0 through…

Good things About Space exploration
September 22, 2017

Good things About Space exploration

Space exploration has helped reveal the wonders of the universe as well as given humanity some of its greatest achievements, such as walking on the moon. However, some people argue that the negatives outweigh the positives when considering the high costs and potential loss of human life. Cost One of the biggest criticisms against space exploration is the cost…

Study About stars
August 3, 2017

Study About stars

KAISERSLAUTERN, Germany — A treatment involving the injection of a local anesthetic next to a bundle of nerves in the neck has eased post-traumatic stress symptoms in some patients in as little as 30 minutes with dramatic, lasting results. Now, the Pentagon is funding a study at three Army medical centers to determine if the technique — long used for the treatment…

Astronomical studies About the earth
July 22, 2017

Astronomical studies About the earth

The expected changes over the past 500 million years in the principal astronomical frequencies influencing the Earth s climate may be strong enough to be detectable in the geological records, and such effects have been inferred in several cases. Calculations suggest that the shortening of the Earth-moon distance and of the length of the day back in time induced…

Articles About Space exploration
July 4, 2017

Articles About Space exploration

The moon is our close cosmic neighbor, and humans have been exploring its surface ever since they first developed telescopes. The first lunar exploration vehicles of the 1950s were primitive pioneers. But aerospace technology developed so rapidly that only about a decade separated the first flyby forays and Neil Armstrong s history-making steps on the moon s…

Paragraph About the Fun of Space exploration
May 19, 2017

Paragraph About the Fun of Space exploration

Space exploration is usually considered to be something of interest only to space scientists who can use the information obtained to test different theories of how the universe was created, how life started, and the alike. These have little, if any, practical application in the lives of millions of people who contribute to the funding of very expensive space…

Learn About Telescopes
May 16, 2017

Learn About Telescopes

Night sky watcher Daniel Lanpher sent in a photo of his son, Wes, learning to use the family s telescope in Lansdale PA, a suburb of Philadelphia, taken in early December 2012. Lanpher writes: In the image you can see Jupiter and the Pleiades cluster and lots o light pollution! Credit: Daniel Lanpher With the 2012 holiday season coming into its home stretch,many…

Best Space Programs in the World
April 16, 2017

Best Space Programs in the World

Introduction Iran s claims in January 2012 that it successfully sent a monkey into space — putting the Islamic republic one step closer to executing a manned space flight — shone the spotlight on the growing number of countries with ambitions to make their mark in space. The U.S. and Russia have long had the world s two most ambitious and unrivalled space programs…

Information About Astronomers
April 13, 2017

Information About Astronomers

Trusource Labs - Austin, TX We offer a daily selection of fresh fruit, tea, coffee, and nuts to help everyone stay energized - National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) - Charlottesville, VA The CASA Group is responsible for the Common Astronomy Software Applications (CASA) package, and the CASA pipelines, which provide heuristic-based - Trusource Labs…

Careers related to Space
September 12, 2016

Careers related to Space

Space is a close frontier for many merging companies. Photodisc/Photodisc/Getty Images Outer space may be just a fascination and hobby for many, but today, more than ever, industries are developing work that pertains directly to space. There are many opportunities to work in outer space related fields, ranging from actual travel to the outer limits to creating…

Questions About Space exploration
July 11, 2016

Questions About Space exploration

As a boy growing up in a small village in Lebanon, the stars captivated Charles Elachi. He recalls watching for comets and later listening for Sputnik’s beep over the radio. It began a lifelong passion that continues today. In June, he’ll end 15 years of leadership at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, to turn his focus back to research and academia at Caltech…

Career in Space Science in Indian
December 2, 2016

Career in Space Science in Indian

Space technology provides a multitude of career options to explore in the space industry. This article lets you discover the various career opportunities, education and courses in space science in India. Gone are those days when students were highly influenced by the creamy layer of career options, say doctors and engineers, and began chasing them ever since…

Fun Facts About Space exploration
February 6, 2016

Fun Facts About Space exploration

Space is a fascinating place that you have just begun to explore. However, there are eight planets in our Solar System, but astronomers do believe that there are almost billions or even trillions of other planets that are a part of other solar systems in other galaxies. For more amazing and cool facts about space, universe and planets; just read on: Life is known…

Teaching About Space
September 15, 2016

Teaching About Space

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS COURSE HAS FINISHED. ALL MATERIALS AND DISCUSSIONS REMAIN AVAILABLE AND YOU CAN ACCESS THEM VIA THE MODULES TAB ABOVE. TO ACCESS THE MODULES, PLEASE ENROLL FOR THE COURSE BUT BE AWARE THAT IT IS NOT POSSIBLE TO RECEIVE THE COURSE BADGE OR THE CERTIFICATE. HOWEVER MODULE BADGES ARE STILL AWARDED AUTOMATICALLY. PLEASE NOTE THAT SUPPORT IS…

News About Space exploration
November 2, 2016

News About Space exploration

It s an exciting time to be alive as NASA, along with billionaires and their rockets, continue to push the envelope when it comes to space travel and exploration. But it all comes at a pivotal time, as President-elect Donald Trump takes office in January. As president, Trump will nominate a NASA administrator and will be tasked with setting a budget for the space…

Novels About Space exploration
February 18, 2016

Novels About Space exploration

Before You Join Elon Musk in Space, Read These Eleven Amazing Books Space exploration has been in the news recently in a way it hasn’t in a number of years. That’s largely a result of the Elon Musk’s company SpaceX announcing detailed plans for a manned mission to Mars. If the most ambitious scenario succeeds, humans will set foot on the Red Planet by the year…