Going to Mars
By: Rick Badman
There are various ways we will be able to go to Mars. It should have been done years ago and would have happened faster than expected. THE KITCHEN SINK MISSION The first way to go to Mars is by doing what I call the kitchen...
How the universe formed
By: Rick Badman
I admit that I believe in creation and that God is responsible for the existence of the universe. It takes more faith to believe in the Big Bang Theory than to believe in creation for various reasons. First off, according to Newton, anything that is...
Space exploration in the future
By: Muhammad Fahd Waseem
Deep space is, without a doubt, one of our last remaining unexplored frontiers. Most of earth and near space have already been trawled through with an acute scientific community. But deep space is also the most fascinating of all unexplored territory. Space exploration is perhaps...
The size of the universe
By: Joseph Malek
Some say that the Universe is an endless place. The truth is that no one knows as yet just how vast is the Universe in which we inhabit. There is also a great deal of speculation as to if we are alone within the huge...
NASA: One Small Step... Backwards
By: Mj Ferruzza
As an avid NASA TV fan, I was shocked to hear the sour grapes emanating from the Russian Space Agency.If you haven't been following any of this (which you probably haven't), NASA is mothballing the Space Shuttle program. No more shuttle flights. So until...
By: Patrick Boniface
Space travel - it is a dream we all aspire to. Who wouldn't want to walk on the surface of another planet and see the double sunrise of a distant world? Okay, so maybe these distant worlds are still very much a fantasy lived out...
How Pluto got its name
By: John Welford
In a sense, the planet Pluto had a short life, being discovered in 1930 but "demoted" to the status of "dwarf planet" in 2006. That life was exceeded at both ends by that of Venetia Phair (ne Burney) who had a special claim to fame...
By: Cody Hodge
In 2004, George W. Bush announced that humanity was going to Mars. NASA has stated that the goal is to put a man on Mars by 2037, after first completing some Moon missions by 2020. There are many hurdles to overcome if we are to...
By: Janet Grischy
Tycho Brahe, noted astronomer and alchemist, made his contribution to science in a time of conflict. During his life, there were two competing versions of how the solar system and the universe organized. In one model, the heliocentric, the sun was the center of...
By: John Welford
The constellation of Orion is one of the most familiar in the night sky, and it is unusual in being visible from both the northern and southern hemispheres, depending on the time of year. Its most notable feature is the chain of three stars of...

 

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