By: Gillian Taber
Very carefully is probably the quick answer but clearly there is more to it than that. A little research can come up with some interesting facts and figures about just how much technology is involved in feeding an astronaut.John Glenn, in 1962, was charged...
What causes black holes
By: Fendy Sutandio
In General Relativity, a black hole is defined as a region of space time with gravitational field powerful enough to prevent light from escaping said region of space time. The mass, size and lifetime of a black hole could vary depending on how it formed...
By: Elliot Sway
Eating in space presented a new set of challenges for early explorers. Imagine trying to drink in an environment where your beverage didn't stay in a cup, but instead floated around in perfectly round droplets! Imagine trying to eat a sandwich in zero gravity without...
By: Susan Klatz Beal
The list of women who have contributed to the world of astronomy and space, whether as scientists, scientist astronauts, medical doctors, or military officers who command or fly spacecrafts is lengthy, and the contributions of these courageous women are and have been vitally important. Their...
By: Bridget Webber
Astronauts like to enjoy themselves and have fun sometimes, just as they do when back on Earth. The difference is, of course, that they have to make their own fun inside the space shuttle and so are limited when it comes to choices. However, many...
By: Susan Klatz Beal
The world of astronomy and space science is filled with pages full of men and women who made enormous contributions to the advancement of these studies and to the development of the space program as we know it now. A considerable number of those men...
By: Susan Klatz Beal
Water is one of the most critical needs that astronauts have in space. They need it for everything from food preparation to consumption or personal hygiene. The process through which astronauts in space get water is a very complicated one, but as complicated as it...
By: Elliot Sway
Here on Earth, it is easy for most of us to get as much water as we need just by turning on the faucet! However, in the vacuum of space, everything that is needed for survival must be brought along. Water is a vital resource...
By: Elliot Sway
It seems funny to wonder what astronauts do for fun in space - they're in space! How much more fun could you have? In order to complete their experiments and keep their ship in working order, astronauts have to adhere to tight daily schedules, but...
Quantum Physics is Time Travel Theoretically Feasible
By: Ciara Hill - 509280
I personally believe that time travel is possible but only into the future. Time only travels in one direction which is obviously forward. Traveling back in time would b be quite dangerous anyway. One reason why time travel would be dangerous is due to what...

 

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