Space: The Final Frontier. Exploring space developments and theorizing about how humans fit into the universe.
Susan Helms-The first U.S. military woman in space
On January 13, 1993, General Helms was selected by NASA to the Major Air Force and a member of the Space Shuttle Endeavor in January 1990 as the first American female soldier in space. During the 211 days she spent in space, including an 8-hour recording time and 56 minutes on EVA, she was a space travel veteran. She traveled with STS-54 in 1993, STS _ 64 in 1994, STS _ 78 in 1996, and STS / 101 in 2000 and is currently a member of Expedition 2 aboard the International Space Station.
Captain Kirk, Boldly To Go Where Few Men Have Gone Before
Space Tourism’s Most Famous Guest While it won’t be aboard the famed U.S.S. Enterprise bearing the NCC-1701 tag, and he won’t be sitting in the captain’s chair with his good buddies Spock and McCoy at his side, William Shatner is going to space. Continuing with the decades-long tradition of the wealthy, famous, or well-connected making the journey where hundreds have gone before Star Trek’s Captain Kirk is scheduled to launch this Wednesday.
If Space Travel Were Here Today
Researchers such as Associated Professor Laura Huang have found that entrepreneurs who make effective decisions with intuition realize that their gut has better knowledge than the information obtained and the purpose available. Their research shows that business owners can be used when making difficult and risky decisions where additional information does not encourage decision-making.
Aviation tourism has taken on a new dimension since the flight of the first astronaut, American businessman Dennis Tito, on April 28, 2001, when opportunities for marital or tourism became available. Many space tourism companies are planning to build underground cars and space cities in the next two decades, invest millions, and believe that the limited tourism industry is on the verge of promotion. Criticism has intensified when Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos told reporters Tuesday on his first trip to space that Amazon customers and employees would pay for his flight.
What's in a Name?
Everyone knows that Martians come from Mars. That's straightforward enough. Beyond that, things get fiddly. Just what do you call someone from Jupiter, Venus or Pluto? What of the asteroid belt? Even in professional astronomy circles, people argue over the correct use of demonyms and adjectives for astronomical bodies. Much of the terminology used today originates from alchemical, astrological and classical works, and the growth of science fiction has only made it more confused. Of course, nowadays we know the likelihood of finding little green men on Mars or Mercury is slim to none, but the use of adjectival forms is necessary to describe features on the planets or their satellites. Plus, there's still fiction - everyone loves a good, old-fashioned Martian invasion.
Most are aware of how vast the universe is. Endless and unfathomable, a thought most people become overwhelmed by and try to suppress in their minds. We like to become ignorant and assume we are a lone superior species. The galaxy is aged at around 14 billion years, with humanity maxing out at 200,000 years. To believe we are the sole proprietors of the universe, is blasphemy to science itself. Below I have created a list, of other (possibly) inhabitable planets, within our universe.
A Premonition from Wall-E
The beauty of Pixar movies is that they are not only for children to enjoy but adults as well. Many Pixar movies from Toy Story to Finding Nemo to The Incredibles carry important lessons regarding how to be caring, how to look out for one another, and how to stand up to injustice. Children enjoy the characters and the visuals while adults enjoy the lessons behind the main storyline. We understand how it can be painful to give up childhood toys in ‘Toy Story’, we understand the value of a new friendship earned as in ‘Finding Nemo’, and we deeply get the humdrum of the 9 to 5 day job that’s unfulfilling, but you need the money to survive or to feed a family as in ‘The Incredibles.’
Astrology Crash Course Ch.3
The Energy of Intelligence : How We Think Number : 5 Day : Wednesday Colour : Orange Parts of The Body : Respiratory System and Brain Metal : Platinum Stone : Agate Herbs/Incense : Clove and Coriander Plant : Hazel
There exist Whiteholes
The white hole is the exact opposite of the black hole because there is no horizon of the event, the white hole has no resistance to the atmosphere, no light emitted from the universe and the horizon itself acts as the first place the horizon of black holes can escape. The Schwarzschild metaphor (a map used to link Penrose's drawing, which does not include the previous white holes) works with permanent black holes, so no one can change the former, it can't carry dying stars, and it has nothing to do with the past. Keep in mind that the time axis and the y-axis of the space in the diagram show the size of the white hole and the previous event area around it, while the time-space around it leaves.
Entropy and Black Hole
As the power of the black hole rises and the top of its event rises it turns out that the entropy of the black hole is equal to its surface, a fact previously criticized by Bekenstein. Since the thermodynamic definition of temperature is linked to the variability in strength and entropy, this discovery allowed the late Stephen Hawking to show that entry into the black hole is consistent with the second law of thermodynamics. Hawking provided further hot thermodynamic evidence of black hole entropy in 1995, and since then it has been possible to perform controlled black hole calculations based on mathematical devices that link entropy with a large number of microstates.
Can We Live on Venus?
Floating cities of Venus; it looks like something Hugo Gernsback might have published during the fantasy era, but making a second planet from the sun may not be possible because it is widely believed. Apart from world conditions such as Dantean with temperatures that could dissolve lead, and air pressure sufficient at only 3,000 feet [3,000 m] of water, there is still a clever human habitat - not more but inside high winds.
Virgin Galactic or Chad Origin
So two billionaires have completed their tour of the space and paved the way for space tourism. As both of their tour has a lot of differences in experience, I gave it a thought that which one I would choose if I had tons of money to waste and why!!! Before reaching out to the conclusion, let's know more about their journey till now.