Factors to consider in man's desire to explore outer space
By: David Brown - 226423
"Space, the Final Frontier...." says Captain James T. Kirk of the U.S.S. Enterprise (NCC-1701) as the opening of the famous Star Trek Series of the 1960s. What is interesting here is that man has had a desire to understand and to explore...
Space exploration in the future
By: Anthony Megna
The great excitement of the 1960's space program is just a fond memory now. Recently, the fortieth anniversary of the moon landing came and went, and what have we accomplished since? Sure, robotic missions are great scientific tools, and traveling beyond our solar system is...
Space exploration in the future
By: Samrat Man Singh
The area outside the Earth's atmosphere is known as space. It is in space that all planets stars, nebula and other heavenly bodies exist. Human beings, curious in nature are by instinct obliged to explore, to know any unknown. In this urge to explore and...
By: Tarek Musslimani
In this small article, I would like to debate the current belief on the origin of life, the big bang. This belief was constructed after the discovery that our universe is expanding. This discovery was achieved by an american scientist who's name is Habel. There...
Space exploration in the future
By: Morgan Carlson
Space exploration in the future will be built upon the discovery of today. With a map of territorial space drawn by mankind's robotic explorers that have been working diligently in the form of space probes and planetary rovers, humanity will follow with confidence in...
UFOs: A decade of contact
By: Charles Evans - 105992
The last two weeks of my life have been very turbulent to say the least. Patience is a virtue. I feel that fate and destiny are somehow connected in the big picture of reality. What is reality? The events that led up to this moment...
By: Sean M.Clarke
How Eclipses Impact Us?Definition of an eclipse:An eclipse is an astronomical event that occurs when one object in the sky moves into the shadow of another. The term is most often used to describe either a solar eclipse, i.e. when the Moon's shadow...
Astronomy and space basics
By: Glynn Germany - 415387
This week over 100 scientists from around the world came to Huntsville, Alabama to talk about magnetic reconnection. What is reconnection and why do they care about it?Reconnection refers to a particular way that magnetic fields from different sources come together. You know how...
Facts about Mars
By: Steven Mars
The planet Mars was named after the Roman God Mars. Mars is the fourth planet from the sun. Mercury, Venus, and Earth are closer to the Sun than Mars. Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto are farther from the sun in that order. Two moons...
Jupiter: largest planet in the solar system
By: Steven Mars
Jupiter is the largest planet in the solar system. It was named after the Roman chief god Jupiter. Its diameter of 88,846 miles is 13,948 miles larger than Saturn's 74,898 mile diameter. Jupiter’s diameter is larger than Earth’s diameter of...

 

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