B.S NASA Friday

Our taxes go to fund these b.s. programs that then go to the wealthy corps and owners, all for a grand hoax.

 

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US Will Send People to Mars by 2030s, Barack Obama Says

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Space.com

3 days ago – President Barack Obama delivers a speech about his vision for the future of space exploration at Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, on April 15, 2010. … President Barack Obama wants NASA to send astronauts to Mars by the 2030s, he wrote in a CNN op-ed published today …

Buckle Up, Space Tourists! Blue Origin on Track to Launch People Next Year

“Scientists Plan to Create ‘Asgardia’ Nation State in Space”

A group of scientists is launching what they say will be a new pacifist nation-state in space.

Asgardia “will become a place in orbit which is truly ‘no man’s land’,” its website says.

The new “nation” aims to launch its first satellite late next year and hopes to one day be recognised by the UN.

But some experts have cast doubt on the viability of the plan, given international law prohibits national sovereignty claims in outer space.

“Citizens” of Asgardia, who will be scrutinised before admission, will eventually obtain passports, says Lena de Winne, a senior member of the project team who worked for the European Space Agency for 15 years.

“Clearly it’s difficult to wrap your head around the concept [of] how can you be a citizen of something you cannot put your foot on,” she told the BBC.

Hubble Reveals Observable Universe Contains 10 Times More Galaxies Than Previously Thought

October 13th, 2016

Via: NASA:

The universe suddenly looks a lot more crowded, thanks to a deep-sky census assembled from surveys taken by NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope and other observatories.

Astronomers came to the surprising conclusion that there are at least 10 times more galaxies in the observable universe than previously thought.

In analyzing the data, a team led by Christopher Conselice of the University of Nottingham, U.K., found that 10 times as many galaxies were packed into a given volume of space in the early universe than found today. Most of these galaxies were relatively small and faint, with masses similar to those of the satellite galaxies surrounding the Milky Way. As they merged to form larger galaxies the population density of galaxies in space dwindled. This means that galaxies are not evenly distributed throughout the universe’s history, the research team reports in a paper to be published in The Astrophysical Journal.

How Can NASA Measure Stars a Hundred Million Quadrillion Miles Away?

Apollo Astronaut Edgar Mitchell (and Freemason) Says Aliens Prevented Nuclear War On Earth To Ensure Our Survival

 

 

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