Tag: Space

The Next Falcon Heavy will carry the Most Powerful Atomic Clock ever launched in Space

The Next Falcon Heavy will carry the Most Powerful Atomic Clock ever launched in Space

First Deep Space Atomic Clock will be sent to outer space through the second flight of Falcon heavy, says NASA. The first launch of Falcon Heavy took place on 6th February from Cape Canaveral, Florida. Despite the fact that one of its core missed the planned landing and smashed in the ocean, the launch was…

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Why is Falcon Heavy the most Powerful Rocket of all time and why we should use this Technology in the Future?

Why is Falcon Heavy the most Powerful Rocket of all time and why we should use this Technology in the Future?

SpaceX launched Falcon Heavy rocket from Cape Canaveral, Florida few days ago The rocket carried CEO Elon Musk’s red Tesla Roadster with it into an orbit that goes as far as the asteroid belt. The launch was made from the same pad that was used by Apollo Missions of NASA. It was claimed as the…

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How to Get to Mars

How to Get to Mars

The Way to Mars Explained in a Video Which is the way to the red planet? Maybe you think it’s that simple, but the following video will show you the whole proceess. 

Voyager 1 Fires Up Thrusters After 37 Years

Voyager 1 Fires Up Thrusters After 37 Years

After 37 years without use, the thrusters of Voyager 1 successfully fired up Wednesday. The only human-made object in interstellar space, the fastest and farthest spacecraft, NASA’s Voyager 1 has been flying for 40 years. But how can it still communicate with Earth? The spacecraft relies on small devices called thrusters to orient itself to our…

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Carl Sagan Explaining The 4th Dimension

Carl Sagan Explaining The 4th Dimension

Long time ago, Carl Sagan was explaining what some of us can’t understand nowdays. There is no doubt that you have not heard at least once about Carl Sagan’s theories and explanations. Being best known for his work as a science popularizer and communicator, the famous astronomer, who also created Voyager’s Golden Record, explains in…

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NASA Has A Cemetery In The Middle Of The Pacific Ocean

NASA Has A Cemetery In The Middle Of The Pacific Ocean

4000 Kilometers Away From The Shore NASA “Builds” Its Own Cemetery For Space Junk. Situated in the South Pacific, between Australia, New Zealand and South America, “Point Nemo” has collected until now almost 260 pieces of space junk, especially from Russia. NASA has decided to use this place since 1971, when the chance of seeing…

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How Does Your Space Garden Grows?

How Does Your Space Garden Grows?

Astronauts from International Space Station show us how to grow a garden in space. Friday morning, astronauts onboard International Space Station have succeded to show us how plants grow in space, by harvesting three varieties of leafy greens and installing their next generation of plant research. Three different plant varietes are simultaneously growing in the…

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CERN Scientists Discover: Our Universe Should Not Exist

CERN Scientists Discover: Our Universe Should Not Exist

Scientists at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, have said that our Universe should not exist. But why? CERN’s latest study find out that there’s a perfect symmetry between matter and antimatter but one thing is still unclear: why they didn’t annihilate each other upon the birth of the universe. “All of our observations find a complete…

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What Happens When You Play With A Fidget Spinner On International Space Station

What Happens When You Play With A Fidget Spinner On International Space Station

Astronaut Randy Bresnik shows us a very exciting experiment with his fidget spinner. Randy Bresnik, now NASA’s astronaut, wanted to show us what is happening if he rotates a spinner fidget during his stay on International Space Station. In the absence of gravity and friction, the toy spins endlessly, as a whole. The idea is…

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Farthest-Ever Incoming Comet Spotted by Hubble

Farthest-Ever Incoming Comet Spotted by Hubble

Hubble Space Telescope spotted the farthest-ever incoming active comet Comet C/2017 K2 (K2) was captured by the Hubble Space Telescope as the farthest active comet ever spotted, heading toward the Sun. K2 came from a distance of 1.5 billion miles away from the Sun, beyond Saturn’s orbit and as it approaches to our star, the temperatures…

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