Then Kaku states that force fields can do more than deflecting laser beams because it can levitate objects by the use of magnetic force fields. To support that, he explains that when we place two magnets opposite to each other, the two magnets will repel each other. However he wrote that making force fields and to levitate heavy objects is nearly impossible since we lack advanced technology. For my response, Kaku doesn’t completely explain everything. Suppose that you have a structure on a planet or a spaceship in the middle of nowhere, and suppose you don't want the force field on all the time either because there are times when protection isn't needed.
The circumference came out to be 7.66 which was too extremely off of my previous findings. I feel that this moon has this ability for small amounts of change because of horizon landscapes and objects. Where you take these observations will add variety to numbers too if you aren’t located in the same location. This lead to my hypothesis having some basis behind it because the illusion has to do with the earth and its landscape providing the illusion. The illusion is based off of the moon’s size and the objects and landscapes connected with it.
That would mean that the Hubble Telescope being in space would not have to work as hard as the ground telescope and also give a better view because of the distance situation. if you have a telescope in space you would be able to see what is in space clearer and better than if you have a telescope on the ground and you have to visually bypass obstacle that the Hubble would
Introduction One look at the surface of the Moon should convince you that "empty space" is not so empty after all. There is actually a wide range of objects floating between the planets, from tiny particles to asteroids that can be a hundred miles across, debris left behind when the planets were formed. These objects can be perturbed from their orbits (by a close passage by a planet, a passing star, any number of things) and onto paths that cross ours -- or any other planet or moon. When
NASA technology also has been adapted for many non-aerospace uses by the private sector. NASA remains a leading force in scientific research and in stimulating public interest in aerospace exploration, as well as science and technology in general. Perhaps more importantly, our exploration of space has taught us to view Earth, ourselves, and the universe in a new way. Every aircraft utilizes technology pioneered by NASA. New industries have been built on space technology, including personal computers, advanced medical equipment, communications satellites, weather forecasting and natural resource mapping.
One would be Fire Resistant Material which is chemically treated fabric and is used by every single one of our Fire Departments. Another is the Wind Monitor, the wind monitor allows for making high resolution measurements for a wind profile and for meteorological studies and predictions. NASA also developed Solar Energy. Solar Energy is a clean and efficient power source coming from the sun. Forest management was influenced by NASA as well, they use satellites to scan, monitor, and map radiation reflected and emitted by
We are certain that the Earth is roughly spherical. First, it is apparent during a lunar eclipse that the shadow cast on the moon is curved. Second, one can fly around the earth in a straight line in any direction and end up in the same place. Finally, we have some nifty photographs from both astronauts and satellites. 1 1 Answer: Independent support 3 3 2 2 1 1 4 4 3 3 2
Building a Telescope Only the brightest and nearest stars can be seen by the naked eye. A telescope allows you to view an object that is far away and makes it clearer to see. The word telescope is derived from the Greek words tele, "from afar," and skopos, "viewer." Even a simple homemade telescope can clearly show Saturn's rings, Jupiter's bands and red spot, stars, and nearby galaxies not visible to the naked eye. Learning how to build your own telescope is easy and cost effective.
These are the largest of Jupiters moons. He also saw that Venus has phases such as our moon does. This discovery, that Venus has phases, of Galileo helped proved that Venus orbits the sun. With all the discoveries Galileo was finding, more and more people came to accept the heliocentric model. Many people referred to the change of their view point of the universe as the Copernican
This finding of the impact crater is very important because that implies the rocks at the rim of crater provide give scientists more information about the origin of the moon, the moon in the ancient time. Comparing the number of impact craters on the Earth to the Moon and other terrestrial worlds, we could say that it is very rare. There are many reasons that could explain why other planets will be more impact craters than the Earth, for example, Earth’s atmosphere, geological activity, and human activities could be responsible to the phenomenon of lost impact craters on the Earth. First, the Earth’s atmosphere, a lot of smaller meteorite or comet cannot get through Earth’s atmosphere. They burn up after entering the Earth’s atmosphere, thus a lot of them did not make