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The moon's orbit brings it 6 feet closer to the red planet every century.
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An interview with Frank Drake, who conducted the first search for extraterrestrial intelligence (SETI) experiment in 1960 and came up with a famous equation that estimates the possible number of alien civilizations.
An interview with Frank Drake, who conducted the first search for extraterrestrial intelligence (SETI) experiment in 1960 and came up with a famous equation that estimates the possible number of alien civilizations.
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Soviet-era cosmonaut Alexei Gubarev, who trained to fly to the moon but instead led the first multi-national space station crew, died on Feb. 21. He was 83. Gubarev logged 37 days in orbit during the Soyuz 17 and Soyuz 28 missions.
Soviet-era cosmonaut Alexei Gubarev, who trained to fly to the moon but instead led the first multi-national space station crew, died on Feb. 21. He was 83. Gubarev logged 37 days in orbit during the Soyuz 17 and Soyuz 28 missions.
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-The time merely
it does not exist!
-Does not exist the
time bound to a space
coordinate!
-Time does not exist apart
from the substance mass!
-The time only it
on substance mass
cross happening
energy flow
meanwhile
it arises!
-It the
substance mass
in space-time physics
a hole the
different
wavelength
between spaces.
-All
on substance mass
cross
energy streams
accross,
-from somewhere
somewhere,
-it
for substance mass
his normal performance
is,P=0.00507
[Watt].
-According to these
one second,(m=1[kg])
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t=1[sec]=0.
00507[Joule/kg]/0.
00507[Watt/kg].
-If it
on substance mass
cross more energy,
concerned less
energy streams
cross,
then
the substance mass
for its more time
concerned
less time
it is over.
-This energy
from strange space
streams the we
our space,
or vice versa.
-Into our space
the strange spaces
its energy it
on substance mass
cross
it arrives!
-From our space
it
on substance mass
cross the we
our energy
into strange spaces
too flows through!
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Astronomers have just released a brand-new, best-ever 3D view of the deep universe, and it's a doozy.
Astronomers have just released a brand-new, best-ever 3D view of the deep universe, and it's a doozy.
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nice universe by AStonishing
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Low temperatures, gravity and sunlight would define the experience of living on Ceres, the largest asteroid belt object.
Low temperatures, gravity and sunlight would define the experience of living on Ceres, the largest asteroid belt object.
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Any access to asteroid mining will involve Ceres. It is too ideal a location
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NASA's Mars rover Curiosity is beaming home amazing photos of the Red Planet.
NASA's Mars rover Curiosity is beaming home amazing photos of the Red Planet.
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Hello Darlins on Internt Planet! Do you want to see an inflatable human habitat on the Moon . Sye-you in the year 7015
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The Aragoscope would consist of an orbiting space telescope sitting behind an opaque disc up to 0.5 miles (0.8 kilometers) wide. This disc would be made of a black plastic material, similar to a garbage bag.
The Aragoscope would consist of an orbiting space telescope sitting behind an opaque disc up to 0.5 miles (0.8 kilometers) wide. This disc would be made of a black plastic material, similar to a garbage bag.
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Wonderful can't wait
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Going to Mars without setting up a colony — round-trip manned missions, in other words — would not be enough for the U.S. to reclaim its leadership in space, nor would setting up human outposts on the moon, Aldrin said.
Going to Mars without setting up a colony — round-trip manned missions, in other words — would not be enough for the U.S. to reclaim its leadership in space, nor would setting up human outposts on the moon, Aldrin said.
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Sorry Buzz.. US likes to spend on weapons on earth. Not for space explorations..
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What would the first woman on the moon do if she saw a bunch of astronauts coming down to steal her glory? She'd attempt to shoot them down with her space guns, of course.
What would the first woman on the moon do if she saw a bunch of astronauts coming down to steal her glory? She'd attempt to shoot them down with her space guns, of course.
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Is She the First Moon Women?
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Planets spinning on their sides were long thought to have climates too extreme for life as it is known on Earth, but now scientists find that these "rotisserie" worlds might be more hospitable.
Planets spinning on their sides were long thought to have climates too extreme for life as it is known on Earth, but now scientists find that these "rotisserie" worlds might be more hospitable.
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Why This Planet Turn Blue to the Sun
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One day I imagine that humanity will be able to visit other planets in the Solar System, and venture even further to other stars, but this has always seemed very far away. That’s the reason why I applied for the Mars One mission.
One day I imagine that humanity will be able to visit other planets in the Solar System, and venture even further to other stars, but this has always seemed very far away. That’s the reason why I applied for the Mars One mission.
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2015 an exciting year for solar system exploration and discovery.
2015 an exciting year for solar system exploration and discovery.
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If Pluto is more than twice the size of Ceres, it better be labeled a planet again.
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