Post by: Matt Williams
Astronomy, New Horizons, News
25 Feb , 2016 by Matt Williams
With the recent milestone achieved by the New Horizons mission, many are contemplating what our next space exploration goal should be
Astronomy, History, Terraforming
23 Feb , 2016 by Matt Williams
Where, why, and how should we terraform? What are the challenges, and is such a thing even possible with the technology we have?
Astronomy, Guide to Space, Solar System
17 Feb , 2016 by Matt Williams
The planets of our Solar System vary considerably in terms of density, which is crucial in terms of its classification and knowing how it was formed.
News, Physics, Science
14 Feb , 2016 by Matt Williams
Researchers at the Experimental Advanced Superconducting Tokamak facility in Hefei, China, claim that they have reached a major milestone in fusion power
Mars, News, Technology
12 Feb , 2016 by Matt Williams
During the awards ceremony for the Hyperloop Pod Competition, Elon Musk commented on the possibility of Hyperloop on Mars
9 Feb , 2016 by Matt Williams
In the latest discovery to come from the New Horizons mission, it now seems that Pluto has hills of water ice that “float” across its surface
Apollo, Asteroids, Astronomy, News
5 Feb , 2016 by Matt Williams
On March 5th, asteroid 2013 TX68 could be making a close flyby Earth. But NASA’s asteroid watchers insist there’s no reason to worry.
Astronomy, Guide to Space
29 Jan , 2016 by Matt Williams
Here on Earth, a year lasts roughly 365.2 days. But on the other planets in our Solar System, things get a little more complicated…
Guide to Space, Space Exploration
26 Jan , 2016 by Matt Williams
Between existing and theoretical technology, it would take a very long time to get to Proxima Centauri, the nearest star. But it is possible…
22 Jan , 2016 by Matt Williams
According to researchers from Australia National University, the reason humanity has found no evidence of alien life may be because it is extinct
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