Determining the speed of the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter
By: Brian Dodson
The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter is a robotic spacecraft currently orbiting Mars at an altitude roughly 300 kilometers above the surface of Mars. The initial orbit around Mars was highly elliptical, with a closest approach of 426 kilometers and a furthest distance of about 48000 kilometers...
Mars Space Exploration
By: Micah Putman
Hell yes. If you can afford the trip, then pack your bags. And let's face it, America will pioneer this effort in the future. Sure we will probably ask for additional funding from other countries. We will probably ask for the world to come together...
People should not be Allowed to Live on Mars
By: Suzana Vuksanovic
Whenever we see an environment that is apparently empty of human occupation we treat the area as terra nullus and assume that it is open for exploitation. History demonstrates that along with the expansion of human settlement across the globe there followed mass extinction and...
Bizarre UFO sightings
By: Dyana Hepburn
It's true! I had a close encounter with a mysterious alien spacecraft when I lived in North Hollywood in the California San Fernando Valley. I was a teenager and read the classic science fiction books by Robert Heinlein, The Red Planet Mars and Ray Bradbury's...
Should People be Allowed to Live on Mars
By: Barry Williams
Think back to the days when the United States of America belonged to the Indians. When the white people arrived dd they ask if they should be allowed to live in America? Did all the tribes cast a vote, yes or no? Too bad...
How infinity equals eternity
By: Michael Kerjman
Just released, since 2002 conducted, NASA satellite measurements http://www.universetoday.com/2009/12/17/earths-upper-atmosphere-is-cooling/ indicate the substantial upper atmosphere cooling being directly linked to an “unusual Sun period”. Natural processes occur along the most energetically rational lines that is why a-tax-collecting-friendly-human-made-climate-change-theory assertions should further be substantiated prior...
By: Alison Bowler
The silvery metallic element gallium (symbol Ga) is almost a liquid at room temperature. With a melting point of 29.78 °C (302.93 K, 85.604004 °F) and a boiling point: 2403.0 °C (2676.15 K, 4357.4 °F)...
By: Alison Bowler
Man has been using silver for a longtime. Archeologists have found evidence of its usage dating back 5,000 years. Its name comes from the Anglo-Saxon name for the element “seolfor”, while its symbol (Ag) comes from its Latin name “argentum”. The metallic...
By: Alison Bowler
Mercury (sometimes called quick silver) is the only metal that is liquid at room temperature. It is also one of only two elements that are liquid at room temperature. The other liquid element is the halogen bromine. Named after the god and planet Mercury, its...
By: R. M. DOUGLAS
ANCIENT ALIENS, CAM, THE SECRET, and MANMADE GLOBAL WARMING “Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.” Carl Sagan “COSMOS” 1. Despite the incredible weight of knowledge to the contrary, G. Gordon Liddy was not the badge man hiding beyond the stockade fence on the...

 

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