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Faces of Technology: Meet Christy Hansen

You’re on there and you can hear like the drum of the engines that go, “whir-ir-ir-ir.” And it’s freezing cold. Being there in real time while the plane is flying, to me, is the most exciting, beautiful and scary part. My name is Christy Hansen and I work with scientists …

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What Happens If We Bring the Sun to Earth?

What would happen if you were to bring a tiny piece of the Sun to Earth? Short answer: you die. Long answer: it depends which piece of the Sun. Like most of the matter in the universe, our Sun is neither solid, liquid or gas, but plasma. Plasma is when …

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Upheaval: How Old Is the Earth and Its Species? | Space News

Welcome to Space News from the Electric Universe, brought to you by The Thunderbolts Project™ at Thunderbolts.info Planet Earth is home to an extraordinary diversity of species. Their current total numbers are estimated at around 10 million including between 1 and 2 million animal species. However, scientists estimate that documenting …

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What Does Earth Look Like?

Hey, Vsauce. Michael here. This point of light in the sky is Earth as seen from the surface of Mars. And this is Earth as seen from Saturn. Here’s an image taken only 45,000 kilometres away, the famous Blue Marble. But what does Earth really look like? Well, it depends …

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Which Way Is Down?

Hey, Vsauce. Michael here. Down here. But which way is down? And how much does down weigh? Well, down weighs about a 100th of a gram per cubic centimeter. It is light and airy, which makes it a great source of insulation and buoyancy for water birds. But if you …

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NASA Technology

Innovation and technology has been required to enable exploration and pioneering throughout the history of the human race and there are challenges cast in three different categories.Our challenge is: we have to get there, we have to land there and we have to live. There is a large logistical challenge …

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