• Why don't we build a ladder to Pluto?

    25 answers · 4 days ago
  • Why don't we float inside airplanes like they do in the space shuttle?

    is it cause airplanes need air to fly? how high do you need to go up before you reach space and start floating?
    is it cause airplanes need air to fly? how high do you need to go up before you reach space and start floating?
    13 answers · 4 days ago
  • Why does NASA tell us planets are not perfect spheres, and then show us nothing but perfectly sphered planets?

    Do we have any actual photos of planets??
    Do we have any actual photos of planets??
    20 answers · 5 days ago
  • Why doesn't the International Space Station have an artificial gravity?

    Is it because astronauts there prefer to float around at zero gravity because it's more cool??
    Is it because astronauts there prefer to float around at zero gravity because it's more cool??
    24 answers · 5 days ago
  • Was the moon landing a hoax?

    Do you think man had ever left earth's atmosphere into space?
    Do you think man had ever left earth's atmosphere into space?
    33 answers · 5 days ago
  • If Nasa would send out Voyager 1 today. Do you think they would put that same disc on it?

    Best answer: I think probably the same one... it can be played without power, as it has grooves on it's surface that physically work; DVD, Flash drives - you'd need to download and decipher the information - and, in electronic format, I'm not sure how long the drive would maintain the information among cosmic rays.
    Best answer: I think probably the same one... it can be played without power, as it has grooves on it's surface that physically work; DVD, Flash drives - you'd need to download and decipher the information - and, in electronic format, I'm not sure how long the drive would maintain the information among cosmic rays.
    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • How multiverse theory deny the existence of God?

    How the multiverse theory proves that there is no creator? Can anyone explain? What they think from where human and all that we see on the Earth comes from? Iam confused
    How the multiverse theory proves that there is no creator? Can anyone explain? What they think from where human and all that we see on the Earth comes from? Iam confused
    6 answers · 1 hour ago
  • Will we live on another planet by 2100?

    Best answer: The odd against living or colonising another planet by the year 2100 are trillions to 1 against. Firstly we don't have anywhere near the technology to create even a small colony on another planet and we won't have by the turn of this century. Secondly I believe it is extremely doubtful that there will be... show more
    Best answer: The odd against living or colonising another planet by the year 2100 are trillions to 1 against.

    Firstly we don't have anywhere near the technology to create even a small colony on another planet and we won't have by the turn of this century.

    Secondly I believe it is extremely doubtful that there will be a hotel anywhere n space by 2022.

    Thirdly, we have already been orbiting Mars with space vehicles and have landed on the planet and done tests and experiments but if you are saying an actual manned mission to orbit Mars will happen by the 2030s I also believe that is highly unlikely because there are many problems that have to be overcome before we can even consider a mission like this to Mars and one of the major problems is the safety and medical condition of any future pilots in a weightless environment.
    11 answers · 3 days ago
  • Do you think Neil Armstrong filled his space diaper during the moonwalk (serious answers please)?

    Best answer: Serious answer: No diapers, but urine leg bags. Real funny incident: Although Armstrong was the first human to walk on the Moon, Aldrin has proudly claimed he was the first "real man" to urinate on it. Precisely the first thing he did once on the Moon and before checking the LEM landing legs (his first... show more
    Best answer: Serious answer:
    No diapers, but urine leg bags.

    Real funny incident:
    Although Armstrong was the first human to walk on the Moon, Aldrin has proudly claimed he was the first "real man" to urinate on it.
    Precisely the first thing he did once on the Moon and before checking the LEM landing legs (his first planned task): He emptied his bladder into his space suit’s urine collector.
    Unfortunately, the bag system disconnected when he missed the last step of the LEM ladder and jumped from higher than expected. So, Aldrin filled his boot instead.
    He kept this information for himself knowing all he said was on public live radio.

    Boys will be boys!
    27 answers · 6 days ago
  • Is the temperature between the empty space between the earth and the mars -270 C?

    Best answer: No. -270degC (approx.) is for empty space, well away from any stars. The actual temperature depends what you are measuring - the temperature of material in the space or the temperature of the thermal radiation filling the space. Between earth and mars, the thermal radiation from the sun means that space is... show more
    Best answer: No. -270degC (approx.) is for empty space, well away from any stars.

    The actual temperature depends what you are measuring - the temperature of material in the space or the temperature of the thermal radiation filling the space.

    Between earth and mars, the thermal radiation from the sun means that space is hotter the -270C.

    The temperature is different facing the sun compared to facing away from the sun. As a guide, think of the moon (which is sometimes between earth and mars, though obviously much nearer earth). Temperature facing the sun is around +127C. On the dark side it is around -170C.
    6 answers · 4 days ago
  • Is a 7000 K main sequence star too hot for alien life to exist?

    Even if the distance between that planet and that star must be longer than the distance between earth and sun But too much ultraviolet, far more harmful
    Even if the distance between that planet and that star must be longer than the distance between earth and sun But too much ultraviolet, far more harmful
    6 answers · 1 day ago
  • Channel 2 news just said that NASA pays the Russians about 80 million bucks a seat to fly American astronauts to the space station.?

    Best answer: No. But it is likely much cheaper than what it would cost if NASA did its own launch.
    Best answer: No. But it is likely much cheaper than what it would cost if NASA did its own launch.
    13 answers · 6 days ago
  • Is the universe a hologram?

    9 answers · 6 days ago
  • How can I safely look at a picture of the sun?

    I KNOW I KNOW. If you look into the sun directly you can ruin your eyes. But what if I take a picture of the sun with my phone and then look at it. Will I still go blind or will my eyes get ruined if I just look at the picture?
    I KNOW I KNOW. If you look into the sun directly you can ruin your eyes. But what if I take a picture of the sun with my phone and then look at it. Will I still go blind or will my eyes get ruined if I just look at the picture?
    14 answers · 5 days ago
  • When Neil stepped onto the moon, did humans become a next level civilization and will going to mars be worth doing?

    Best answer: I remember watching the Apollo Missions They were indeed heady days Definitely thought next stop Mars And still do Alas, Political upheaval had to rear its head It is true, that Probes and Landers can do quite a sterling job Probes have flown past and around all the planets now With landings on Venus and Titan But... show more
    Best answer: I remember watching the Apollo Missions
    They were indeed heady days
    Definitely thought next stop Mars
    And still do
    Alas, Political upheaval had to rear its head
    It is true, that Probes and Landers can do quite a sterling job
    Probes have flown past and around all the planets now
    With landings on Venus and Titan
    But a so called "hands on" approach would be needed for man to call himself truly Interplanetary
    Imagine a Geologist cracking open a rock on Mars to find a Fossil !!
    Further, interplanetary travel requires full International cooperation if we are going to go far
    Imagine what the USA, Russia, China and India could do together with rockets built in North Korea
    It is not impossible
    9 answers · 6 days ago