By: Cody Hodge
Will humans ever inhabit other planets, or is that just science fiction fantasy? If I had my say, humans would absolutely be inhabiting other planets, and we would be doing so as soon as possible. We would already be back on the Moon, and a...
By: Elton Gahr
Twice a year the tilt of the earth's axis matches perfectly with the sun. This means that on the equinox the sun is directly over the equator, but this is more than a symbolic. Because of the position of the sun in the sky the...
Exoplanet atmospheres detected from Earth
By: Les C
Are we Alone in the Universe?Are we alone in the universe? Are there other Earth type planets supporting life, maybe even intelligent life? These questions might be answered when an Alien race lands on Earth and introduce their selves, but it is more likely...
By: Ian Loft
A fundamental problem facing the future of space exploration is tyranny of incomprehensible distance between stars, solar systems, across our one small galaxy and between neighbouring galaxies. At our current level of technology it takes the better part of one year for our exploratory spacecraft...
Space exploration in the future
By: Malcolm Louis Kantzler
"Space Exploration in the Future"Space research is critical to modern civilization's future, but there is a vast distinction between the cost-benefits and rewards of research vs. manned and robotic "exploration," along with limits on how far into the future any assessment of man's reach...
How the moon was created
By: Frances Stanford
Even since there was human life on the planet Earth, man has looked at the moon in the night sky and wondered how it was created. Scientists and astronomers have pondered this question for centuries as well.There are three theories on the creation of...
How many planets are there in space
By: Victoria Jeffrey
It is a question that has fascinated many for years - How many planets exist out there in the universe? Along with this comes a second, even more pertinent one: How many planets in space are like Earth? It used to be years ago that...
By: Gary C. Gibson
One wonders about mass-energy in a singularity without dimensions surrounded like an egg by a shell of space-time set to hyper-inflate given the word to start-it just doesn't sound like a fundamental theory. Are dimensions a characteristic of mass-energy or of space-time? Each seems to...
By: Ernest Capraro
Aluminum is familiar to most everyone. Airplanes are made from aluminum, as are pop cans (soda cans if you prefer), garbage cans, bicycles. It has several advantages that make it ideal for such applications. For one, it is a fairly common metal. It has good...
How the moon was created
By: Mark K Hall
It controls our oceans. It lights the night sky. Wolves howl at it. Ozzy Osbourne barks at it. And man is amazed by it. What is this I speak of? The moon if course! But where did it come from? There are a few different...

 

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