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Regions of Outer Space Documentary

Outer space, or simply space, is the void that exists between celestial bodies, including the Earth.[1] It is not completely empty, but consists of a hard va...
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Inflatables in Space - A Timeline | SpaceSky

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Inflatable space structures can be traced back to the earliest days of NASA.  The simplest way to visualize these expandable objects is to think of a packed tent that pops open once in space.  Inflatables take up far less space on rockets than solid, prefabricated structures, yet they are vulnerable to small meteors and space debris that can puncture their outer shell.

 


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Intercepting asteroids to avoid Armageddon

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It sounds like the script for a Hollywood film: a giant meteorite from outer space heading straight for the Earth and threatening the destruction of mankind.

 

 


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10 Weirdest Things Found in Outer Space

10 Weirdest Things Found in Outer Space Right now zombie stars and cannibalistic galaxies are roaming through outer speace, Watch the video to discover more of the weirdest thing travelling...
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25 Strangest Things Found In Outer Space

Tweet this video! - http://clicktotweet.com/FbQCL The universe is a big place that we don't very much about it. At least relatively speaking. What we do know...
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Outer Space, Computers, and Chemical Biology

Outer Space, Computers, and Chemical Biology | test101 | Scoop.it

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University of San Francisco's curator insight, March 19, 2014 5:01 PM

"The chirps came from outer space and were detected by radio station receivers and other devices around the world. The noise, in the key of A minor, lasted three-tenths of a second; this was followed by a pause of equal length, and then by another three-tenths of a second of chirping."


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