All Blog Posts Tagged 'Hubble' (3)

Chapter Eight; SUNDAY GO TO MEETING part twenty-eight

On any given Sunday morning driving around in America presents a strange occurrence. It is the furthest divergence of the two groups

ideologically wish to have to do with each other. The faithful adherents

make their way through various traditions of attendance to their place

of worship. They are the ones that populate the early morning traffic on

Sunday mornings. The…


Added by Thomas True on November 1, 2010 at 8:00am — No Comments

Watch Goddard team building the James Webb Space Telescope

Michio Kaku, on Big Think, has posted an entry about the satellite that will serve as Hubble's replacement once it's launched in 2014 on top of an Ariane 5 rocket.

Here's a teaser from that Big Think article:

The main problem with the James Webb Space Telescope is that is going to be over 900,000 miles from Earth, so if it breaks we cannot just send a team…

Added by Atheist Exile on October 2, 2010 at 9:00pm — No Comments

God(s): What have you done for us lately?

2009 was a year: a single spin around a rather ordinary star in the unfashionable arm of a typical galaxy, a miniscule journey by a minute grain of dust, a time span that represents an utterly insignificant moment on the scale of things cosmic. And yet, in that one teeny tiny year, human scientists have applied logic and observation, measurement and calculation to the natural world and made several magnificent discoveries that have extended our knowledge of reality and may well improve the… Continue

Added by Ian on December 18, 2009 at 11:02am — 4 Comments

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