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Moonlight Science & Tech Moonlight

The moon via NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter
May 3rd, 2019, 11:17 AM by joeylowsac Views: 1,415 - Comments: 0 Tags: lunar, moon, nasa
Crashing into the Moon Science & Tech Crashing into the Moon

A whole new space race has begun. Over the next decade, the United States... Germany... England... Japan... India... China... Russia... and even a few private companies... have plans to send rockets to explore the moon.
October 7th, 2010, 11:06 PM by O*R*I*O*N Views: 2,128 - Comments: 0 Tags: full list...
[Spenglerian] Viking First Views of Mars Science & Tech [Spenglerian] Viking First Views of Mars

Thrust from a Titan 3/Centaur rocket launched NASA's Viking 1 spacecraft on a 505-million-mile journey to Mars on Aug. 20, 1975. Viking 2 followed three weeks later. Each mission included both an orbiter and a lander, and all four components accomplished successes. On July 20, 1976, the Viking 1 lander returned the first photograph taken on the surface of Mars. That lander in a region called Chryse Planitia operated until Nov. 13, 1982. The Viking 2 lander operated in the Utopia Planitia region from Sept. 3, 1976 to April 11, 1980. The orbiters sent home images of the entire planet at resolutions of 300 meters or less per pixel.
October 7th, 2010, 08:30 PM by O*R*I*O*N Views: 2,584 - Comments: 2 Tags: full list...
Alien's View of Our Solar System Science & Tech Alien's View of Our Solar System

From NASA Astrophysics... a supercomputer simulation shows how alien astronomers might have seen the formation of our solar system. Dust ground off icy bodies in the Kuiper Belt, the cold-storage zone that includes Pluto and millions of other objects, creates a faint infrared disk potentially visible to alien astronomers looking for planets around the sun. Neptune's gravitational imprint on the dust is always detectable in new simulations of how this dust moves through the solar system. By ramping up the collision rate, the simulations show how the distant view of the solar system might have changed over its history.
October 7th, 2010, 08:27 PM by O*R*I*O*N Views: 2,149 - Comments: 0 Tags: full list...

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