Space: The Final Frontier. Exploring space developments and theorizing about how humans fit into the universe.
About 280 light years from Earth, a world of molten magma orbits one of the oldest stars in the galaxy. This exoplanet, 50 percent larger than the Earth, whips around its star at a breathtaking clip.
Did you know that The earliest cosmological models of the universe were developed by ancient Greek and Indian philosophers and were geocentric, placing Earth at the center. Over the centuries, more precise astronomical observations led Nicolaus Copernicus to develop the heliocentric model with the Sun at the center of the Solar System. In developing the law of universal gravitation, Isaac Newton built upon Copernicus's work as well as Johannes Kepler's laws of planetary motion and observations by Tycho Brahe.
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The US Block Russian Mikhail Kokorich from Accessing Key Technology Russian businessman and scientist Mikhail Kokorich has faced consistent barriers to working on the US technology. And now, on the eve of his company going public, he is once again blocked from access to the very innovations his products depend on. A November 2nd filing has decided that Kokorich will not be able to work with any dual-use US technology, raising questions about the future of his company, Momentus. A Special Purpose Acquisition Company, or SPAC
Now, exoplanets simply mean that a planet which is located beyond our solar system. Recently, an international team of scientists has collected the first possible radio signal from a planet beyond our solar system and these radio signals were emanating from an exoplanet system, which is about 51 light-years away from our solar system. So this was done using a Low-Frequency Array and it covered radio missions burst from the Tou Bootes Star System. Now, this Low-Frequency Array or LOFAR is a large radio telescope network which is located in the Netherlands.
While these vacancies were announced last year by the Indian Space Research Organisation, through a corrigendum on the official website, the organisation has announced its intent to extend the time limit for submission of online applications for 61 vacancies. Selected candidates will be paid a salary of up to Rs 2,08,700 based on their qualifications and experience.
”What planet are you from?” he asked me again. “I- um- I’m from the planet Thesurok,” I stuttered. “Hmmm, you’re a long way from home,” he mumbled. Shocked I asked, “You know about my planet?” He gave me a curious look and said, “Come inside kid. We have a lot to talk about.” I stepped in feeling warmth wrap around me. As I scanned my surroundings my eyes landed on a woman sitting near the fire. She looked up from the book she was reading and gave me a soft smile. “Hello dear, what’s your name?” she muttered. “My name is Altair Lyrae,” I answered while bowing my head respectfully. “It’s okay my child, no need to bow. Come, take a seat near the fire,” she told me. I sat down across from her and she met my gaze with her warm eyes. “Tell me, my child, why are you wearing tattered clothes?” she asked. Nervously I played with my hands. “I’ve been trying to find my way back home but I’ve been gone so long. I’m lost and my journey has brought me to many different planets,” I whispered. “Don’t be scared child. We have spare clothes and you can wash up once we are done here,” she stated in a soothing voice. I felt myself beginning to relax until the man came and sat next to me. He looked at me with an expression I couldn’t read and said, “Altair, we too are from Thesurok.” My body became rigid and I looked at him in pure shock. “Who are you?” I questioned. “You can call me Mark and she is my partner Connie,” he answered gesturing to himself and the woman.
December 21st marks the winter solstice, the shortest day of the year within the northern hemisphere, and the beginning of the astronomical winter. However, the winter solstice of this year will be extraordinary, as a rare planetary conjunction interrupts the darkness.
The House of Representatives recently passed legislation on Wednesday, 12/16 to provide protections for artifacts found on the moon during the Apollo-era, and also passed the renaming of a NASA facility after the first man to walk on the moon.
The Chang'e 5 Chinese lunar capsule has returned to Earth today with the first fresh rock and debris samples from the moon in more than 40 years.
The planet that we live on won't last forever. At this rate, we are treating it. We won't be able to live on it too soon. The question is threw. How soon before the beautiful planet we live on finally turns to dust, we have to find another place to inhabit, to keep us alive.
Amazon's Project Kuiper has not said when it will begin launching satellites or when they will provide broadband Internet access, but it has revealed details about how their customers get their data.