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How Do We Terraform Jupiter's Moons?

Fans of Arthur C. Clarke may recall how in his novel, 2010: Odyssey Two (or the movie adaptation called 2010: The Year We Make Contact ), an alien species turned Jupiter into a new star. In so doing, Jupiter's moon Europa was permanently ... Universe Today, 1 month ago
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Sci-Fi TV of the Disco Era: The Grounded Astronaut

Gravity makes it possible for us to live on Earth, but it also makes it pretty hard to leave. Satellites fight gravity by going just fast enough to free-fall around the planet indefinitely, like the International Space Station, with many traveling ...
 Yahoo! News5 days ago This graphic shows how fast a rocket must go to leave every planet  Tech Insider5 days ago
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Story times: Astronomical parlance yet again

This edition will bring us to the end of letter E, so, let us get on with the day's business before our attention is diverted elsewhere. Element: A substance composed of atoms having an identical number of protons around each nucleus. Carbon, ...
 DAWN Group2 weeks ago

How Do We Terraform Ceres?

A view of Ceres in natural colour, pictured by the Dawn spacecraft in May 2015. Credit: NASA/ JPL/Planetary Society/Justin Cowart We continue our Definitive Guide to Terraforming series with a look at another body in our Solar System the dwarf ...
 Universe Today3 weeks ago

How Do We Terraform Ceres?

(Before It's News) We continue our Definitive Guide to Terraforming series with a look at another body in our Solar System the dwarf planet Ceres. Like many moons in the outer Solar System, Ceres is a world of ice and rock, and is the largest ...
 Before It's News3 weeks ago
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Planet Nibiru is not real ~ EarthSky.org

(Before It's News)By Bruce McClure"Bruce McClure in Blogs | Space on Sep 26, 2012 Source EarthSky Planet Nibiru is not real Nibiru, sometimes called Planet X, is not going to collide with our planet this year or ever because it doesn't exist.
 Before It's News3 weeks ago

Meet The Amazing Women Who Launched America's First Rockets

In Rise Of The Rocket Girls, science writer introduces us to the sisterhood of talented women who helped launch Jet Propulsion Laboratory (later to become NASA JPL) to fame. When the lab was first getting started in the 1940s and rockets still ...
 Popular Science1 month ago

The Far-Out Summit Where Geniuses Learn to Build Starships

To get to the spaceship convention I have to go to Chattanooga. To a former train depot once called Terminal Station, a beaux-arts building downtown, which was built in a time when trains were the apex of industry—the smartest, fastest, most ...
 Wired News1 month ago

04/01/16: CYNOPSISMEDIA PRESENTS: Upfront Update

CYNOPSIS MEDIA PRESENTS : Upfront Update March 31 At Discovery Communications press breakfast in NYC, CEO David Zaslav noted, The basic elements of our business have turned significantly more positive. Were spending more money on content and ...
 Cynopsis1 month ago

04/01/16: Empire lawsuit tossed; Conan takes another trip; Scripps goes six for six in ratings gains

A CYNOPSIS MESSAGE FROM NBCUNIVERSAL NBCUNIVERSAL. REACH REDEFINED. TOGETHER. Reach. It's more than viewership. It's relationships. It's the hearts we touch through the stories we tell. It's not something we have; it's something we do. ...
 Cynopsis1 month ago
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