Space exploration in the future
By: Irrira Rikki
Already well into a decade of the 21st. Century, we have sent our Kepler Space Ship - unmanned - with the hope of finding habitable planets. But Space exploration in our future must be a whole new technological shift as well as our level of...
Sir Isaac Newton: a life of physics
By: Jim Wood
Sir Isaac Newton, could he be mistaken?For years now I have been troubled by the possibility that Isaac Newton's Gravitation formula may be just a little bit from perfect when it gives us the Mass of objects that have moons or satellites. For the...
An overview about the chemical element Helium
By: John Traveler
Helium is some really special stuff. All elements have properties which make them unique and in some cases extraordinary, but helium is an element with a whole list of exotic circumstances and notable effects. It is the second most abundant element in the universe, representative...
Special Theory of Relativity Time is Relative
By: Harry Stevens
In the year 1905, Albert Einstein developed the theory that would change the mind of several physicists, and reeducate them about the issues of space and time. This new theory conflicted with what had been known to physicists as classical mechanics, developed by Sir Issac...
Noteworthy features of the solar system
By: Carolyn Collins Petersen
Welcome to Olympus Mons! Some day people are going to land on the planet Mars and begin the "up close and personal" exploration of its dry, dusty, frozen surface. They'll have the benefit of years of Earth-based Mars exploration to help them to decide what...
By: Nish Laverz
Stephen William Hawking was born in Oxford on 8 January 1942. His parents had moved their for a short time as it was considered a safer place than London with the Capital being bombed by the Germans. His father Dr. Frank Hawking was a Research...
Guide to solar (photovoltaic) cells
By: JQ Adams
If you live in a larger home, chances are you're paying quite the sum on a monthly basis to keep the current flowing to your home. In some parts of the country, it's not uncommon to pay $100 a month just for electricity for a...
Astronomy: What is the sun and what is it made of?
By: Harry Stevens
As I type this, I realize that there are two parts to this question. The answer to the first part is very complex, but it can easily be explained in layman's terms. The sun is a plasma that is located at the center of the...
Standard Model Evolves
By: Charlie H.
The Standard Model is perhaps as good as it gets at this time, with regard to just how much our human minds can conceive about our physical world; but I am convinced that so much is yet unlearned, that the Standard Model of today will...
Methane on Mars Made by Bilogical Activity
By: Billy Lothridge
From the theaters to science Mars has been a popular spot in many different medias recently. After the discovery of trace amounts of methane being discovered in the atmosphere of Mars scientist have been scrambling trying to figure out where it came from. After much...

 

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