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Here and Now Low Cost, Low Weight Radiation Protection for an Initial Mars Mission

Here and Now Low Cost, Low Weight Radiation Protection for an Initial Mars Mission By Michael A Daddazio At the writing of this article, the risks appear to be acceptable. However with slight modifications to the procedures, significant improvements to the current radiation shielding can be achieved and made compliant with the principal of ALARA (As low as reasonably achievable.)…

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Ride in Boeing Starliner atop a ULA Atlas V in this 360 Launch Experience

Ride in Boeing Starliner atop a ULA Atlas V in this 360 Launch Experience Boeing Try a 360-degree view! Follow the path of future Boeing CST-100 Starliner astronauts from NASA’s Crew Quarters, to Space Launch Complex 41 at Kennedy Space Center, into the Starliner capsule and up to the International Space Station atop a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket….

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The Hubble Expansion & Deep Space Anomalies

The Hubble Expansion & Deep Space Anomalies By Craig Hanks Estimates for the lifespan of our Universe, when more than 99.99999999 percent of galaxies have receded beyond our ability to see, ranges in the trillions of years; according to many scientists discussing cosmology as contributors to science programs on Television. The actual figure for galaxies is about 140-billion years from…

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