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Space: The Final Frontier. Exploring space developments and theorizing about how humans fit into the universe.

  • Hardik Jagtap
    Published about 3 hours ago
    White Dwarf Star Life!

    White Dwarf Star Life!

    In my previous story, I wrote about a low mass star called a Red Dwarf Star. In their, I mentioned a few crucial things that are needed to understand this article. Here they are briefly:
  • Hardik Jagtap
    Published a day ago
    A Red Dwarf's Life!

    A Red Dwarf's Life!

    Look at the night sky. What do you see? If the weather is suitable, you would see numerous stars illuminating the sky and a moon! But has it ever questioned you how these stars are created?
  • Aditya verma
    Published 5 days ago
    Mars : The Next Frontier

    Mars : The Next Frontier

    Recently NASA launched the Perseverance rover to mars which exploring and gathering knowledge about ancient life on Mars. It will also collect samples of Martian soil and leave them on surface of mars for pick up by future mars missions. It is also equipped with a helicopter to test flights in Martian atmosphere. If successful it will be the third rover to be deployed on the red planet. By far it is the most advanced and sophisticated rover ever designed and the total mission cost is whooping 3 billion dollars. UAE also launched its first mars missions and there are upcoming missions by Chinese space agency ISRO and ESA. So, the question arises that why NASA and other space agencies around the world spend billions of dollars on space missions when that money can easily be invested in education healthcare and most importantly at eradicating poverty.
  • John Anderson
    Published 6 days ago
    Why are space exploration and research important to humanity

    Why are space exploration and research important to humanity

    If you are connected in science and technology and follow all the space missions that are carried out both by NASA and by private initiative, you may have already asked a classic question: after all, what is the use of sending equipment and people to space?
  • Marco Bonomo
    Published 10 days ago
    A nuclear reactor for the foreign Mars may be ready for flight in 2022

    A nuclear reactor for the foreign Mars may be ready for flight in 2022

    A new type of nuclear reactor, designed to power the outposts on the Moon and Mars, may be ready for its first test in space in a few years, the project team members said.
  • Packrat Poet
    Published 12 days ago
    NEOWISE

    NEOWISE

    Ball of dust and ice Hurtling through space and time Another comet tale
  • Tom Cartney
    Published 13 days ago
    The Sun Always Shines in Space

    The Sun Always Shines in Space

    In 1941, Isaac Asimov was said to be the first ever to describe the process of using solar power in space and transmitting it to earth. The former professor and writer, presented the idea in one of his short stories, “Reason”. As terrestrial solar and wind power plants are limited to the time of day, and dependent on cloud interference, sunlight and wind speeds, space solar power is available 24/7, 365 days a year with no cloud or wind speed interruptions. As the Sun never stops shining in space,…
  • Tom Cartney
    Published 15 days ago
    What Damages Can Happen to Your Body During a Mission to Mars

    What Damages Can Happen to Your Body During a Mission to Mars

    As Mars One is on a mission to establish settlement on Mars, they’ve discovered some very interesting facts about what happens to your body when you’ve set out on a 21 month mission to the red planet.
  • Liam Miller
    Published about a month ago
    Why Max Polyakov and Others Have Been Involved In NewSpace Philosophies
  • What If
    Published about a month ago
    What If Earth Had Rings Like Saturn?

    What If Earth Had Rings Like Saturn?

    Jupiter has four sets of them made up of dust and particles due to its moons being bombarded by meteors. Uranus has 13, and recent thermal imaging shows they are the same temperature as the boiling point of liquid nitrogen. Saturn’s are made up of fragments of asteroids and comets, with pieces ranging in size from small icy specks to looming mountains.
  • Ben W
    Published about a month ago
    See the Stars

    See the Stars

    One nightly ritual that should make a comeback is to see the stars. A simple yet effective way to remember our place in the universe and how small we really are when it comes to the cosmos. If you are going through troubles in your life, I believe it can be comforting to see the stars not only to realize that while our problems are serious and need to be dealt with, it is also good to realize the beauty in things and nothing is perhaps more beautiful than a clear, night sky where you can see the constellations, the full moon, and even a shooting star if you are lucky.
  • Megan
    Published 2 months ago
    Basic Understanding of Astrophysics, Dark Matter, Dark Energy and Black Holes

    Basic Understanding of Astrophysics, Dark Matter, Dark Energy and Black Holes

    Astrophysics - a branch of astronomy concerned with the physical nature of stars and other celestial bodies. The application of the laws and the ones of physics to the interpretation of astronomical observations