World’s First Electric Satellite But Certainly Not The Last. ( Tek-ThinK) Electric technology is quickly proving that it can replace combustion processes for pretty much everything we do. I mean there are now consumer choices for electric cars,motorcycles,ATV’s ,boats and more. Rocket propulsion is also a form of combustion technology with the thrust of the […]

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Investigating the Celestron Sky Prodigy 6 Telescope. On my list of things that I want, but haven’t been able to convince my wife we need is a really kick ass telescope. We live in the country, with very little interference from ambient light resulting in very dark nights. This seems the perfect spot for star […]

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Testing Microprocessor Chips Destined for Mars. I remember reading somewhere, that in space no one can hear your scream. I guess what this means is that once in space you are on your own. This is why engineers design space craft with two of everything essential. All systems from navigation to communication are at least […]

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The magnetic wormhole is an analogy of gravitational ones, as it “changes the topology of space. “Wormholes” are theoretical cosmic tunnels that can connect two distant regions of the universe, Any science fiction fan will tell you in detail how wormholes feature in movies like Stargate, Star Trek and Interstellar.

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The Martian is for People that Love Technology and Science. One of the many things that I love about modern technology is the advent of the eBook. I mean on my pad I can have to thousands of books that would take a multi-room library to house the paper versions. All I have to do […]

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The Mars Rocket Motors Are a Critical Component for Mission Success. According to NASA their new Space Launch System ( SLS)  will be the most powerful rocket they have ever built, enabling astronauts in the Orion spacecraft to travel deeper into the solar system.  When completed, SLS will enable astronauts to begin their journey to […]

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Dark Energy Survey Yielding More than Dark Energy. The concept of Dark Energy in recent years has moved from quiet whispers in the back of physics labs where it seemed like the only answer to the question of why is the expansion of the universe accelerating to actually being used to find new celestial bodies. […]

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How to Construct a Space Elevator. No Really… A space elevator is not an elevator like we know elevators but still it is exactly what it sounds like which is a mechanism to elevate people and cargo ( with out the use of rockets) to a set platform high up in the atmosphere . It may […]

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The Search for Extraterrestrials ( SETI) and Stanford University Research One of the biggest question in science of all time relates to exactly that, time. How and when ( lets not include why for now) did the universe begin? When and how will it end? Since the beginning of time the universe has evolved to […]

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Testing the Rocket Engine for the Mars Mission In case you missed this today on NASA TV here is the replay showing the sixth developmental test of an RS-25 rocket engine. Four of the former space shuttle main engines will power the core stage of the new Space Launch System (SLS) rocket , which will […]

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