By: K.J. Ness
Do you remember where you were when the space shuttle Challenger disintegrated 73 seconds after being launched for its tenth mission? It was January 1986. I was in the sixth grade. Unlike the schools today, we didn't have a television monitor or a computer in...
By: Jon Dainty Sr.
For NASA and its constituents-people looking forward to the spacefaring nations of the world-the Challenger disaster was a chaotic moment of shock. The mishap set the space program back by at least a decade, and it showed those over a certain age that the "next...
By: Chuck Maddock - 267068
I live and work in Las Vegas. I see people every day, sitting in front of slot machines, some praying, some rubbing lucky charms, some pleading with the gods of chance, all before pulling that handle that could change their life, and make them independent...
Was the Apollo Moon Landing Real or a Hoax
By: Mona Gallagher
A short tour of history can help us understand where the world was in space exploration in the late 1960s. The quest to conquer space became a priority between the two superpowers that emerged at the end of WWII: the United States of America and...
By: Perry McCarney
It would be extremely presumptuous to think that in the entire universe the only planet that had accidentally enabled the development of life was our own. Therefore, the question of whether extraterrestrial life exists is a religious one until incontrovertible evidence demonstrates that it does...
By: Leonard J Sherrott
Since time immemorial, humankind has debated the possibility that life could exist outside of our own planet. As our knowledge has improved through technological developments so has curiosity deepened about the cosmos. Extraterrestrial literally means life not originating on Earth. Keeping an open mind on...
By: Bryan Belrad
Modern Astrophysics/Cosmology is afflicted with a terrible malady, an illness so horrible it threatens to subsume and corrupt all the accomplishments of the last few centuries. This sickness is called Confirmationism, and its symptoms include summary dismissal of unfavorable experiments, the 'blackballing' of dissenting scientists...
By: Brian Hurren
Our universe is a huge place, possibly infinite. within this vast space rein trillions upon trillions of stars, and they form, trillions of trillions of galaxies, clusters and supper-clusters of galaxies as fare as the eye can see. I have seen photographs where the galaxies...
By: gemini girl
Jupiter is the fifth and largest planet in our solar system. This gas giant has a thick atmosphere, 39 known moons, and a dark, barely-visible ring. Its most prominent features are bands across its latitudes and a great red spot (which is a storm).Jupiter...
By: Gregory Robinson
There have been many UFO sightings starting in the summer of 1947 to present day, but the first UFO that made the news and radio stations was what we call the "Roswell Incident." This UFO was spotted sometime during the first week of July...

 

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