By: Larry Stringer
The History of Astronomy: The American Indians No exact time frame, in the creation of the Big Bang has the universe in all it’s splendor, ever shown brighter to no other man, than that night sky which was first perceived by a thinking man...
By: Anthony Khoo
Helium is the second most abundant gas in the universe, contributing to up to 25% of the universe's elemental mass. Consequently, it comes as no surprise that this unreactive gas plays a vital role not only in our daily lives, but in many chemical reactions...
By: Anthony Khoo
The element hydrogen is unique amongst all the elements and chemicals in the universe. It is the smallest and lightest element with a nucleus of a single proton. Despite its small size, hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe, and accounts for almost...
By: Dario Borghino
Could there be life on other planets? It turns out this is not an easy question to answer at all because, for starters, scientist still argue over the definition of the term 'life'.Since a complete discussion on which is the best way to define...
Report: Iran targets, blinds CIA satellite
By: Terrence Aym
On December 17, 2011, Israel's YNet News broke the story of Iran's successful attack on a CIA satellite. The news sent shock waves around the intelligence world. On the heels of Iran hacking into and hijacking a top secret U.S. drone, the ground-to-space laser...
By: Stacey A. Smith
UFO contact Are we Ready? This is an interesting question with many levels that can be considered before you really reach a conclusion. At first my mind wander to the different portrayals over the years of UFOs in movies. Will the UFOs be lovable and...
By: Patrick Sills
The original Star Trek, which aired from 1966-1969, was and still is one of my favorite television shows of all time. Notwithstanding some corny special-effects and overacting on the part of the cast at times, this program provided our society with a positive vision of...
By: John Traveler
Falling stars and shooting stars, while related, are actually mutually exclusive phenomena. The subtle yet distinct difference relates to the origins and velocity of the object, its visual effect when encountering Earth’s atmosphere and its ultimate disposition. In both cases, these objects begin as...
Are there aliens on Earth?
By: Christyl Rivers
Are there aliens on earth right now? Have you looked in your pantry? Why not? Have you seen photos of James Carville? Or what about some of the Jersey Shore reality shows, can they be a product of earth intelligence? We have non food in...
Overview of Rosetta European Space Agency Mission: Landing on a comet
By: D. Vogt
Rosetta is a European space probe which has been sent to comet Churyumov-Gerasimenko, where it will eventually attempt to deploy a special lander. It is named after the Rosetta Stone. The European Space Agency has a long history of work in close comet approach missions...

 

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