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Science and the Possibility of Life on Mars in the Future
Possibility of life on Mars Mars is the second smallest terrestrial planet with a thin atmosphere in the entire solar system and the fourth from the sun. The planet is appears red in color because of its composition of iron oxide. Equally, it takes its roots or originality from the Romanian god of wars. The planet entails...
A Research by the Space Scientists on the Mission Concept to Mars
Introduction Planet Mars is the second smallest in the solar system and the fourth from the sun out of the nine planets in the solar system. Scientists and space astrologists have done a lot to study and understand all about the planet Mars. Further, many studies have been done and research conducted to know what takes pla...
The True Purpose of the Apollo Lunar Program and Its Effects on Humanity
NHD Part 1 What was the true purpose of the Apollo lunar program, and how does it affect humanity? The Apollo 11 lunar landing had a great impact on society. During the 1960’s, there were many divisions in society. The Civil Rights movement was dividing the nation between pro-Blacks, and pro-Whites, and the Vietnam war...
An Analysis of the Composition and Orbit of Triton, a Moon Orbiting Neptune
The gas giants of our solar system appear to have a specific gift of accreting or capturing large numbers of moons of varying sizes and characteristics. Coincidentally, the moons that are far more interesting than our own, having extremely interesting characteristics, such as atmospheres, constant volcanic resurfacing, and...
The Influence of NASA's Research in the 1950s on the Future of the American Society
Perhaps the most important field of study for the progression of humankind is science. Science allows people to understand the natural world around them and conduct research, which in turn, improves the lives of others. In recent years, scientists have made great achievements that has revolutionized the way society lives. T...
Structures and Compounds Found in Martian Meteorites
MARTIAN METEORITES: NO "SMOKING GUN" Structures and compounds found in Martian meteorites are suggestive of microbial life, but the constraints of chemical analysis and contamination resolution limit the strength of this evidence. Direct soil sampling by a space probe will likely yield more conclusive evidenc...