Aerospace Engineering presents this impressive documentary of China’s growth and development in the space program. China was independent and instrumental in their progression in moving into space. They deserve acknowledgement rather than any criticism for their work.
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Posted onAugust 5, 2017bycarl|Comments Off on NASA’s Engines and Possible Speed of Light Propulsion
This educational HD video is about NASA’s new propulsion technology and the most advanced is known as the ion propulsion engine, which in theory would propel a spacecraft nearing the speed of light. Ion thrusters are being designed for a wide variety of missions – from keeping communications satellites in the proper position to propelling spacecraft throughout our solar system.
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Posted onMay 4, 2017bycarl|Comments Off on NASA Releases Images from first-ever dive through Saturn’s Rings
NASA’s Cassini sent back stunning photos from its first-ever dive through Saturn’s rings. NASA’s Cassini spacecraft has once again blazed a trail, showing us new wonders and demonstrating where our curiosity can take us if we dare.
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The early life and professional career of American astronaut John Glenn. Several of the people who knew him "back when" in New Concord, Ohio take up a certain amount of time reminiscing on Glenn's boyhood and then segues into the astronaut's preparations for his space flight - three orbits around the Earth, and then home again. Included are interior shots aboard the Friendship Seven space capsule, and Glenn's comments as he works inside the capsule during this mission.
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Posted onNovember 14, 2016bycarl|Comments Off on Rare ‘Supermoon’ In Nov. 2016 – NASA’s Advice On How To Watch It | Video
Skywatchers will be able to gaze upon the biggest and brightest “supermoon” in almost 69 years starting Nov. 14th, 2016. Noah Petro, the deputy scientist for NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Mission spoke about how and when to view it. Learn more about the ‘Supermoon’. at https://goo.gl/CXhbbN.
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Posted onOctober 23, 2016bycarl|Comments Off on The Path to Mars: Boeing Leading Charge in Deep Space Mission
NASA is setting its eyes on the exploration of Mars, an over two-year-long journey that will make history. Today’s children will be the first explorers of our neighboring planet with help from Boeing. The current development of Boeing’s advanced module technology will make possible a safe excursion for astronauts to Mars to discover ground humans have yet to see.Learn more about the path to Mars at http://www.boeing.com/innovation/
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