Feb 28, 2020

NASA's Current Stance on Global Warming

NASA takes the stance that global warming and climate change are real and have been caused by the actions of humans, largely from the time of the Industrial Revolution to the present day. 
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Feb 21, 2020

Best NASA Funny Moments

Traveling into space is a pretty serious job but every now and then NASA and its staff experience some funny moments that make you realize even professional astronauts make mistakes. Whether these funny moments were because of human error, or just something did not go right that day, they are still funny to think about.
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Feb 07, 2020

NASA's Use of Droids

Out of Kepler telescope’s many missions, its most important involved searching for exoplanets throughout the Milky Way. Of the 1,028 confirmed planets, most would have been hostile to life as we know it. Some planets, however, as speculated by scientists, contained liquid water and were the necessary size and distance from their suns to support life. Such findings fuel the imagination, but there’s only one surefire way to detect life outside of our solar system, and that’s to send someone or something there.
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Aug 28, 2019

What Exactly is NASA’s “Deep Space Atomic Clock”?

After much anticipation, NASA’s Deep Space Atomic Clock has finally been launched, and is in the process of completing its first year-long demo in orbit.  
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Aug 21, 2019

NASA’s Ability to Track Hurricanes

So, how does NASA have the ability to predict and track hurricanes?  Well, you’re about to find out.

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How Far Can Man Really Travel in Space?
Jun 28, 2018

How Far Can Man Really Travel in Space?

For centuries, mankind has dreamed of visiting and living among the stars. Naturally, we must also be able to make the daily commute between planets and even solar systems should this ever become a new home for Mankind. But how to do this and how far can we go? Is it possible?
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Apr 07, 2018


New ways are being developed all the time with NASA. One new way is the ability to detect and measure a phenomena without making contact with it. 
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