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Nov 28, 2019

Massive Dust Towers Are Linked To Mars’ Ancient Water Loss, Says NASA

Posted by in categories: climatology, space

Between the solar wind stripping its atmosphere and these horrific dust towers bleeding its water into space, Mars may not have ever had a chance at a stable climate.


NASA reports that these are the result of observations by NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter’s heat-sensing Mars climate sounder instrument which can easily penetrate this dusty haze.

We’re not yet able to understand how much these towers contributed to Mars’ past water loss, David Kass, a planetary scientist at NASA Jet Propulsion laboratory and the Mars Climate Sounder instrument’s principal investigator, told me by phone. But they are telling us that the simple extrapolations that we were doing before to explain Mars’ water loss has limitations, he says.

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Nov 28, 2019

Universe Conspiracies

Posted by in category: space

Theories about the universe that will blow your mind!


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Nov 28, 2019

There has never been a better time to start a small space agency

Posted by in category: space

Over a dozen countries have started their own space agencies in the last decade, a trend driven in large part by the expansion of the commercial sector.

Nov 27, 2019

Theoretical Physicist Explores Real World Time Travel Possibilities

Posted by in categories: health, information science, mathematics, physics, space, time travel

Ira Pastor, ideaXme exponential health ambassador, interviews Dr. Ronald Mallett, Professor Emeritus, Theoretical Physics, Department of Physics at the University of Connecticut.

Ira Pastor Comments:

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Nov 26, 2019

Interdisciplinary team takes top prize in Mars colony design competition

Posted by in category: space

Star City, a concept for a human city on Mars, won first place at the Mars Colony Prize Design contest. The design, led by MIT PhD student George Lordos and his brother Alexandros, features five villages constructed around a crater rim.

Image: Star City Team/Delta Architects

Nov 25, 2019

#IAmTranshuman Going to Space

Posted by in categories: space, transhumanism

#IAmTranshuman is heading into space onboard PlantSat 1, a project worked on in part at the Transhuman House.


The IAmTranshuman (ist) web site is about the stories of transhumanists, from professors to artists and everything in between from all walks of life. IAmTranshuman is about helping humanity grow and be more then what we were through the responsible use of technology.

Nov 25, 2019

NASA Cameras Capture Soundwaves From ‘Mystery Spacecraft’ Hurtling Across Earth

Posted by in categories: quantum physics, space

O.,.,o I think we need sunglasses or optics to see ghosts or exterrestials using quantum mechanical physics.


Cameras on the International Space Station have reportedly captured images of soundwaves travelling across Earth at high speeds, believed by some people to be a new form of ‘space technology’.

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Nov 21, 2019

Let’s Colonize Titan

Posted by in category: space

Saturn’s largest moon might be the only place beyond Earth where humans could live.

Nov 21, 2019

Boeing’s 1st Starliner Space Capsule Rolls Out to Launch Site for Test Flight

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Boeing’s CST-100 Starliner crew capsule left the processing facility for the launch pad where it will begin its first journey to space.

Nov 20, 2019

Big star energy: record-breaking explosion recorded

Posted by in categories: energy, space

When gigantic stars run out of fuel they collapse under their own gravity and, in a last hurrah, send out a blast of light and matter in the most violent known explosions in the universe.

Now astronomers have discovered that these cataclysmic events, known as gamma ray bursts, release roughly twice as much energy as previously thought.

The rethink comes after an international team registered a record-breaking observation of the highest-energy radiation ever measured from gamma ray bursts.

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