Tag Archives: Space Exploration

NASA Director: Moon Has “Unearthly Ungerground Structure”

Among his most curious statements was that after deliberately crashing a Saturn rocket onto the moon’s surface – not once but twice – von Braun declared: “the moon rang like a bell for nearly an hour”.

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We Are in a New Space Race, and America Needs to Win | Opinion

Space Force unveils its official logo and motto: 'Always Above'

Although they have been mocked by critics ignorant of their importance, steps like the administration’s commissioning of the U.S. Space Force, its establishment of a dedicated Space Command and the creation of a dedicated space technology development arm are all signs that the White House is beginning to view space as a new arena of strategic competition.

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Space Exploration is Expensive, but It’s Worth the Price

Space exploration is expensive, but it’s worth the price

My father was born in Alabama before the Wright brothers made mankind’s first flight. He lived to see men walk on the Moon, twin robotic biology labs land on Mars, and a fleet of four space probes on their way to the stars. But many black people, like the late Reverend Ralph Abernathy, felt that the money used to make these amazing […]

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Our Milky Way Galaxy May Be Teeming With Ocean Worlds

Our Milky Way galaxy may be teeming with ocean worlds

See the original article here: Our Milky Way galaxy may be teeming with ocean worlds This visualization depicts NASA’s Cassini spacecraft flying through plumes on Enceladus in October 2015. (Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech) Far-off alien planets covered in vast oceans might be common in our Milky Way galaxy, scientists find. ” Ocean worlds ” are terrestrial planets that have significant amounts

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Former NASA Scientist, Discovery of Earth-Like Planets & Interstellar Civilizations, Prof. Knuth

Former NASA Scientist, Discovery of Earth Like Planets & Interstellar Civilizations, Prof. Knuth

See the original article here: Former NASA Scientist, Discovery of Earth Like Planets & Interstellar Civilizations, Prof. Knuth Prof. Knuth is an Associate Professor in the Department of Physics at the University at Albany (SUNY), and is the Editor-in-Chief of the journal Entropy (MDPI). He is a former NASA research scientist having worked for four years at NASA Ames Research

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