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As astronomers get closer to finding potential signatures of life on faraway planets, a new mathematical description shows how to understand life's spread — and to determine if it's jumping from star to star.
As astronomers get closer to finding potential signatures of life on faraway planets, a new mathematical description shows how to understand life's spread — and to determine if it's jumping from star to star.
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a vida esta presente em todo universo, na nossa galaxias esta cheia.
ate vive entre nos, como sere humano 
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The New Horizons team has selected an object named 2014 MU69, which lies roughly 1 billion miles (1.6 billion kilometers) beyond Pluto, as the next target for up-close study by the spacecraft, NASA announced today (Aug. 28).
The New Horizons team has selected an object named 2014 MU69, which lies roughly 1 billion miles (1.6 billion kilometers) beyond Pluto, as the next target for up-close study by the spacecraft, NASA announced today (Aug. 28).
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Whatever, but sounded kinda condescending. n.n
Escaping from 9'81 m/s^2 earth's gravity takes a lot of energy. For a low orbit you need a initial speed of ~9.000 Km/h ~5.500 mph; and lifting 3 tons payload takes ~700 tons both vehicle and fuel.
No shortcuts available till someone should build a space lift.
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See amazing photos from the Hubble Space Telescope, NASA's iconic observatory in space.
See amazing photos from the Hubble Space Telescope, NASA's iconic observatory in space.
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Куда они скачут? 😉
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The biggest challenges facing the private Mars One colonization project are financial rather than technical, so a big donation from a deep-pocketed person concerned about his or her legacy could make a huge difference, group representatives said.
The biggest challenges facing the private Mars One colonization project are financial rather than technical, so a big donation from a deep-pocketed person concerned about his or her legacy could make a huge difference, group representatives said.
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See a photo chronicle of NASA's space shuttle Challenger accident on Jan. 28, 1986.
See a photo chronicle of NASA's space shuttle Challenger accident on Jan. 28, 1986.
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+MifuneBoBune why attack me?
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How much of the technology in "The Martian" actually exists, or is in the works, today? Read on to find out what NASA's developing for real-life manned Mars exploration.
How much of the technology in "The Martian" actually exists, or is in the works, today? Read on to find out what NASA's developing for real-life manned Mars exploration.
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El resto bien una cosa que no va bien, la vegetación en marte el suelo, el suelo de marte no es lo mismo en la tierra por las sustancias química eso hay que verlos tipos de minerales aun le queda mucho por delante
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Venus has spent the summer in the western evening sky, but come fall, it will instead appear in the east before sunrise.
Venus has spent the summer in the western evening sky, but come fall, it will instead appear in the east before sunrise.
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Beautiful galaxy
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A look at some of the top milestones from the first 50 years of human spaceflight, from Gagarin's historic flight to the birth of space tourism.
A look at some of the top milestones from the first 50 years of human spaceflight, from Gagarin's historic flight to the birth of space tourism.
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Why we not knowing about aliens
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A potential advancement in the United States’ electric propulsion capability for the future of spaceflight is being underscored by a new NASA contract to support work on the VASIMR project - short for the Variable Specific Impulse Magnetoplasma Rocket.
A potential advancement in the United States’ electric propulsion capability for the future of spaceflight is being underscored by a new NASA contract to support work on the VASIMR project - short for the Variable Specific Impulse Magnetoplasma Rocket.
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Take a look at the UFO images on my postings, they are using electric power.
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Rainbow jets of gas blast away from twin dying stars in the Hubble Space Telescope's vivid new shot of the Twin Jet Nebula.
Rainbow jets of gas blast away from twin dying stars in the Hubble Space Telescope's vivid new shot of the Twin Jet Nebula.
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The pictures look fake just like the Moon Landing!  Once a liar always a liar!
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This stunning image of a purple and gold aurora was taken by Jason Matias at the Wild Horses Monument on the Columbia River Gorge in Washington.
This stunning image of a purple and gold aurora was taken by Jason Matias at the Wild Horses Monument on the Columbia River Gorge in Washington.
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That's real?? Amazing...
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Is it likely that we’re not alone in the universe? And if intelligent life is out there, why haven’t they contacted us yet?
Is it likely that we’re not alone in the universe? And if intelligent life is out there, why haven’t they contacted us yet?
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Afraid of Donald Trump's hair
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