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Warp Drive, Scotty ! Possible ? Maybe...

jeudi 23 février 2017
In the classic television and film series Star Trek, space craft are said to be able to travel faster than the speed of light using a special technology called

Where Does Space Begin ?

jeudi 23 février 2017
Where does space begin? It's a good question. The answer depends on how high up in Earth's atmosphere you travel before you hit the vacuum of space.

Is Star Trek Technology For Real ?

jeudi 23 février 2017
In Star Trek, starships are equipped with advanced technologies that allow for the creation of powerful energy fields. Are these technologies plausible?

The Earliest Stars : When Were They Born and...

jeudi 23 février 2017
A look at the first stars in the universe and their influence on later generations of stars.

How Did Mars Get its Moons ?

jeudi 23 février 2017
Mars has two moons: Phobos and Deimos. Planetary scientists debate about whether they formed in an ancient collision, or could be captured asteroids.

Epsilon Eridani is Famous in Science Fiction

jeudi 23 février 2017
Epsilon Eridani is a nearby star that has long fascinated astronomers, as well as science fiction writers. It's now known to have at least one planet.

Galaxy Types Tell us about their Origins and...

jeudi 23 février 2017
We often imagine galaxies to be all spirals like Andromeda or our own Milky Way. But there are many other types of galaxies, classified by their shapes.

Explore a Planet Almost Like Earth

jeudi 23 février 2017
The Kepler space telescope has found evidence of a planet that is about the same size as Earth is, and orbits in the habitable zone of a Sun-like star.

Pluto : The Most Fascinating Dwarf Planet We Know !

jeudi 23 février 2017
Even after its spectacular flyby of Pluto, the New Horizons spacecraft continues to return information about this distant world and its unusual moons

The First NASA Space Tragedy

jeudi 23 février 2017
On January 27, 1967, the crew of Apollo/Saturn 204 (commonly known as Apollo 1) were training for an Earth orbiting mission when tragedy struck.

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