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Is Time Travel Possible? Yes it Is

March 8, 2014 11:15 am0 comments
Is Time Travel Possible? Yes it Is

Time travel used to be the thought of science fiction movies and TV shows like the popular show Dr. Who. Real scientists however have something different to say and it goes back to the days of Albert Einstein. Einstein’s Theory of Time Dilation Einstein was a brilliant man in the […]

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EU’s commitment to independent space research should not exclude cooperation

February 26, 2014 10:00 am0 comments
EU’s commitment to independent space research should not exclude cooperation

Asteroid impact prevention and space debris problem will be the main areas of space research in 2014. The efforts undertaken by the international community to address these issues are currently not integrated into the joint activity, which significantly reduces the efficiency of the work. According to available information, only two […]

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Want to journey into space for less than £1000? Sure, just die first.

August 12, 2013 6:00 pm0 comments
Want to journey into space for less than £1000? Sure, just die first.

Have you ever wanted to explore interstellar space? Are you one of the many people who applied for a place on the one way Mars One mission but then thought fuck that when you saw there was an application fee? Me too. With a seat on Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic […]

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Looking into Space: Past, Present and Future

June 3, 2013 4:43 pm0 comments
Looking into Space: Past, Present and Future

As human beings, we are constantly striving to explore space and widen our knowledge of the universe. This natural inquisitiveness has led to vast developments to life as we know it, dramatically so in terms of technology and the methods of implementing it into science. The ability to look into […]

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The Search for the New Earth

January 17, 2013 6:38 pm0 comments
The Search for the New Earth

Slowly orbiting the Sun, its eyes fixed on a single region of our galaxy, the Kepler space observatory quietly goes about its business, scouring the Milky Way for Earth-like planets. The spacecraft, launched in 2009, is a specially designed telescope known as a photometer, or light meter. The telescope monitors […]

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5 of Cinema’s Coolest Spaceships

November 29, 2012 7:39 pm1 comment
5 of Cinema’s Coolest Spaceships

Science fiction films are renowned for their speculative and advanced technology, from miracle drugs to deadly weapons. Since the early days of cinema, audiences have been amazed by these glimpses of a future that may yet come to pass. And of all these technological wonders, spaceships often hold the most […]

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US Astronaut Neil Armstrong dies aged 82

August 26, 2012 11:19 am2 comments
US Astronaut Neil Armstrong dies aged 82

Former American astronaut, Neil Armstrong, the first human being to set foot on the moon, died yesterday aged 82 from complications following heart surgery earlier this year. The Apollo 11 commander was hailed as being ‘among the greatest of American heroes’ by President Barack Obama. His death reduces the number […]

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