Category Archives: Science

The Conrad Foundation and The NSS

The National Space Society and the Conrad Foundation are now partners to support the upcoming Pete Conrad Spirit of Innovation Awards, the Foundation’s annual educational competition. This is a competition for high school students to create innovative products for use … Continue reading

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Lunar Science Forum

2nd Annual Lunar Science Forum July 21–23, 2009 at the NASA Ames Conference Center, at NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, California.

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NASA Radar Provides First Look Inside Moon's Shadowed Craters

NASA radar flying aboard India’s Chandrayaan-1 spacecraft is giving scientists their first look inside the moon’s coldest, darkest craters. The Mini-SAR instrument, a lightweight, synthetic aperture radar sent back images of the floors of permanently-shadowed polar craters on the moon … Continue reading

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Winter Wonder Rocket Movie

How can a rocket engine that generates scalding 5,000 degree steam and a whopping 13,000 lbs of thrust form delicate icicles at the rim of its nozzle? – Science@NASA Find out and watch a cool video at Winter Wonder Rocket … Continue reading

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Intersting Physics

Here is an Interesting Physics article from New Scientist. I am posting it here for two reasons. First it discusses problems they are having with Gravity wave Physics. Gravity Wave Physics is one area of science which could greatly benefit … Continue reading

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New Article About the Return to the Moon in AEROSPACE AMERICA

Return to the Moon discusses science on, from and of the Moon.

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NASA – Giant Rockets Could Revolutionize Astronomy

Giant Rockets Could Revolutionize Astronomy

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