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The European Space Agency's Rosetta, having launched in 2004, is due to reach the periodic comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko about 3:45 a.m...The mission marks the first time a spacecraft will orbit a comet's nucleus, and it will be the first
Principal Investigator, said that the distance still separating Rosetta from 67P was now far from astronomical and it's a trip of less than 12000 kilometers...Images obtained on July 14th clearly showed a tantalizing shape of the comet as the nucleus
IN SCIENCE DUBAI has announced plans to send the first Arab spaceship to Mars within seven years. COULD robots become as lifelike as humans? Will we replace our loved ones with android clones? A life with robots could be heading our way according to
July 15, 2014 I'm reading The Whistling Season by Ivan Doig. A 1900 one-room Montana school house may be the hinge point on which this delightful novel turns but the arrival of Haley's Comet crowns this story of growing up, of brotherly fidelity,
Instead of putting an ad on Gumtree, he went a whole level further...HE HAS spent his entire life in chains, works seven days a week and is not allowed to form a bond with another living being.
Rosetta's view of its target (ringed), close to star cluster M107...Photograph: ESA The European Space Agency 's Rosetta spacecraft, which awoke in January from 31 months of hibernation, sighted its target, Comet ChuryumovGerasimenko, in March and
Shane Carruth, among others, has proven that you don't need much more just add ideas. Call it Home-Based Sci-Fi: From 2006's Right at Your Door to 2012's It's a Disaster , these movies evoke apocalypse but never actually leave the dining room.
Los Angeles, 3 hours ago See, I told you this country has everything going for it! lol Reply New Comment New Click to rate Earl E Dixon Jr., Richmond, United States, 3 hours ago It was just a while back when scientist said our water came from comets,
Whether you have the shakes or are on a picnic, having a stable cup that's easy to hold yet hard to knock over and spill is a bonus...Its 11 year old inventor wanted to help her grandfather whose Parkinson's Disease meant he often spilled his drinks.
The 2014 World Science Festival kicks off today and its goal is to get young people more interested in science. It features exhibits like stargazing at the Intrepid Museum, and a play about the life of Albert Einstein at the New York University