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Private space exploration
September 29, 2019

Private space exploration

The burgeoning space-transportation company owned by Amazon.com chairman Jeff Bezos this week is expected to announce some customers and new initiatives, the latest step toward its long-term goal of building rockets powerful enough to penetrate deep into the solar system, according to industry officials. The moves by the typically secretive Mr. Bezos, these officials…

Space exploration simulator
September 23, 2019

Space exploration simulator

The crew has been selected, and research studies confirmed for the 2017 mission of the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa’s Hawaiʻi Space Exploration Analog and Simulation (HI-SEAS). At approximately 3:30 p.m. on January 19, 2017, six astronaut-like crewmembers will enter a geodesic dome atop Mauna Loa on the island of Hawaiʻi as part of an eight-month research study…

Space exploration research
September 8, 2019

Space exploration research

NASA’s Sonny White and his collaborators have published experimental confirmation that the so-called EM drive produces thrust. If this technology fulfills its promise, it will transform public and private space exploration and may have even broader implications for terrestrial power and energy. Their paper explains why this work is important with typically understated…

Space exploration Merit Badge Worksheet
August 16, 2019

Space exploration Merit Badge Worksheet

Do the following: a. Tell what radiation is. b. Describe the hazards of radiation to humans, the environment, and wildlife. Explain the difference between radiation exposure and contamination. In your explanation, discuss the nature and magnitude of radiation risks to humans from nuclear power, medical radiation (e.g., chest or dental X-ray), and background radiation…

Interactive space exploration
July 11, 2019

Interactive space exploration

The Russian space agency s interactive history is a visually stunning and informative look at humanity s exploration of the cosmos. They say history is written by the victors—but when it comes to the history of space, everyone who participated in humanity s exploration of the cosmos is, in a way, a victor. Although space exploration began as the pinnacle of animosity…

Exploring space with an Astronaut
July 5, 2019

Exploring space with an Astronaut

QUOTES FROM THIS LARRY KING NOW INTERVIEW WITH EUGENE CERNAN: “It’s really not the story of my life. It’s the story of a young kid- I grew up in Chicago, could’ve been anybody. Young kid from any town USA who was born and grew up during WWII, who had a dream. My dream after watching all those news reels of those naval aviators at midway flying out and boarding…

Problems In space exploration
May 24, 2019

Problems In space exploration

Spacecraft will have to have storage room for oxygen. Atmospheric pressure is necessary for life. Your body has pressure. The atmosphere has pressure. These pressures must be about the same for human beings to breathe. Since there is no atmosphere in space, there is no atmospheric pressure. In space there would be pressure outward from our bodies, but no pressure…

Space exploration organizations
April 21, 2019

Space exploration organizations

Space Exploration requires public support. • Public support needs increasing for sustainable Exploration programs. • Several Space NGOs exist, their activities have little impact on public. • Non-Space NGOs have obtained major impact on the public. • Coordination of Space and Non-Space NGOs can improve the impact on the public. Space Exploration is a complex…

Against space exploration
April 18, 2019

Against space exploration

The Case against Space Like many science-fiction readers of my generation, first captivated in my youth by Robert A. Heinlein s juveniles, I long considered myself an advocate of human space exploration. I attentively followed the American space program in the 1960s, cheered when Spiro Agnew proposed a manned Mars expedition during the Apollo 11 flight, and lamented…

Explorer space
April 6, 2019

Explorer space

About this project You ll need an HTML5 capable browser to see this content. £16, 042 pledged of £16, goal The Concept Space Explorer is a pioneering new model for a large-scale public art exhibition, that inspires exploration, by creating moments of wonder and discovery in everyday surroundings. Space Explorer transcends the restrictions of the stuffy, traditional…

Space exploration research topics
January 11, 2019

Space exploration research topics

Space exploration began with John F. Kennedy’s urging for America to put a man on the moon in 1961. Thirty-nine years later, the International Space Station went into orbit, and with it, the goal of continuous human habitation in space. The next series of NASA missions may see astronauts going to Mars. The past 54 years have been rich with research paper topics…

Space exploration photos
December 24, 2018

Space exploration photos

On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, which began its operations on October 1, 1958, we offer this list of the 50 most memorable images from NASA’s history (see all 50 in the photo gallery below). We recognize that any such ranking is inherently subjective. The rationale for why any one image ranked two…

Space exploration costs
October 28, 2018

Space exploration costs

Should we be spending so much money on research in outer space, when there are many worthy projects back on Earth? Space exploration is expensive. Very expensive, in fact; our infographic shows that it costs nearly £15, per kilogram to launch an object into Earth orbit. In a financial climate of austerity, should we be ‘wasting’ money on what some consider to…

Should money be spent on space exploration
October 7, 2018

Should money be spent on space exploration

Everyones is saying we could find another planet blah blah blah. But, if we can t get close to most of the planets how are we supposed to explore them? So it s not worth it! I know everybody has the same reason problems on earth but, it s true if we can get in trillions of dollars in debt with other countries. Imagine how we could get in with ourselves. When…

Exploring space for Kids
September 22, 2018

Exploring space for Kids

Earth is a special spot in the solar system for so many reasons—its sprawling continents, its blue seas, its New York-style pizza. But one Earthly thing stands out above the rest: its earthlings. Ours is the only planet known to harbor life. In fact, Earth’s unique combination of air, water, and land nurtures life of every sort, from microscopic amoebas to submarine-size…

Space exploration Introduction
September 7, 2018

Space exploration Introduction

Space exploration is the ongoing discovery and exploration of celestial structures in outer space by means of continuously evolving and growing space technology. While the study of space is carried out mainly by astronomers with telescopes, the physical exploration of space is conducted both by unmanned robotic probes and human spaceflight. While the observation…

SpaceX exploration Hawthorne CA
August 1, 2018

SpaceX exploration Hawthorne CA

DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE CONTRACTS VALUED AT $7 MILLION AND ABOVE NAVY Gilbane Federal Services, Concord, California (N62473-17-D-5); CB&I Federal Services LLC, Alexandria, Virginia (N62473-17-D-6); AECOM-Energy Solutions JV, San Diego, California (N62473-17-D-7); Tetra Tech EC Inc., San Diego, California (N62473-17-D-8); AMEC FW Environmental &…

Russian space exploration
June 14, 2018

Russian space exploration

Last week, a Russian Progress cargo ship carrying supplies to the International Space Station burned up in the atmosphere when the Soyuz rocket carrying it failed just a few seconds after lift off. Surprising, because the Soyuz has been a spacefaring standard since the 1960s. But also not, because 15 Russian rockets have failed since 2011, and five of them have…

SpaceX exploration Technologies Hawthorne ca
June 8, 2018

SpaceX exploration Technologies Hawthorne ca

SpaceX is revolutionizing terrestrial transportation through its Hyperloop transportation services. The company currently provides these services to innovators and universities interested in high-speed transportation technology and solutions. The Hyperloop system built by SpaceX at its headquarters in Hawthorne, California is approximately one mile in length…

Space exploration definition
June 5, 2018

Space exploration definition

April 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ - Uwingu, a company helping people personally connect with space exploration and astronomy, today announced a world-wide, first-ever opportunity to honor moms on Mother s Day from Mars- by naming a feature for her on Uwingu s new Mars map.2), analogs between earth exploration and space exploration (chap.Boeing issued the following…

Should space exploration continue
May 3, 2018

Should space exploration continue

Nasa is keeping track of asteroids that can destroy in a matter of minutes and also keeps track of all the eaths changes( like climate change.) And yes Nasa does screw up sometimes but who doesn t. So i say more money fore Nasa. Only four percent of americas budget went to NASA this year. For goodness sake more money went to buisness managment, student financial…

Ways to explore space
April 30, 2018

Ways to explore space

Humanity s interest in the heavens has been universal and enduring. Humans are driven to explore the unknown, discover new worlds, push the boundaries of our scientific and technical limits, and then push further. The intangible desire to explore and challenge the boundaries of what we know and where we have been has provided benefits to our society for centuries…

Robots used in space exploration
April 24, 2018

Robots used in space exploration

As humanity moves forward with space exploration, we should prepare for risky and extremely hazardous endeavors such as manned missions to Mars and asteroids. Having fully operational robotic help ready to assist in every dangerous task would be of the utmost importance during long-lasting journeys beyond Earth. NASA is seriously considering this subject matter…

Space exploration Timeline 2000-present
March 30, 2018

Space exploration Timeline 2000-present

Milestones in space exploration: yesterday, today and tomorrow April: A privately-financed mission is launched to Mir. May: The Shuttle crew (STS-101/2A.2a) delivers supplies, re-boosts and repairs the International Space Station. July 12: The Zvezda service module of the International Space Station reaches orbit. August: The first Progress cargo ship arrives…

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