Monthly Archives: July 2017

No Mars After All?

Humans have long dreamt to venture to Mars, and NASA fueled those dreams, especially in recent years. With the Space … MoreContinue reading Continue reading

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The Drake Equation, Exoplanets, Self Destructive Civilizations

N = R* • fp • ne • fl • fi • fc • L N = Detectable Electromagnetic emissions R* = Star Formation Rate … MoreContinue reading Continue reading

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How Could You Be So Dense?

As a high mass star reaches the end of its life and collapses into a supernova, its protons and electrons … MoreContinue reading Continue reading

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Deep Impact: Mission to a Comet

Exactly twelve years ago on July 4th, 2005, a NASA Spacecraft called the Deep Impact landed on Comet Temple 1, … MoreContinue reading Continue reading

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