One of the most common criticisms about the search for life is that scientists spend too much time looking for Earth-like life. Why is that the case? Doesn't this kind of narrow focus simply limit us from actually finding anything? This lets you build a rocket and see how much it would cost! :D For any of you future Elon Musks out there.
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Tech that makes you think! Tech News as well as Tech Projects using Arduino, Raspberry Pi, PCs and more!5 participating Calling all imagers! Three comets will make close flybys of Earth over the next two years. Join a new pro-am effort to make the most of this rare triple play. If you're as crazy about comets as I am, here's an opportunity to make an important contribution...4 participating
An unusual depression near Elysium Mons on Mars, as seen by the HiRISE instrument on the Mars Reconnaissance OrbiterFull photo: http://hirise-pds.lpl.arizona.edu/PDS/EXTRAS/RDR/PSP/ORB_005800_005899/PSP_005879_2150/PSP_005879_2150_RED.browse.jpg Digital Terrain Model: http://hirise-pds.lpl.arizona.edu/PDS/EXTRAS/DTM/PSP/ORB_005800_005899/PSP_005813_2150_PSP_005879_215...5 participating
The first spacecraft in a new series of NASA-built advanced geostationary weather satellites is set to launch into orbit aboard a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket Saturday, Nov. 19. The one-hour ... This is neat, if only to configure different rockets to get an idea of the launch costs.2 participating