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The Theory Of Relativity – Einstein’s Genius Proved Correct 100 Years Later

Images Support Einstein's Theory Of Relativity 100 Years Later

This year marks the 100th anniversary of Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity. Strangely enough, the Hubble Space Telescope has simultaneously provided illustrated confirmation of the physicist’s theories. A more timely celebration and vindication of relativity couldn’t have been imagined. As the Independent reports, the Hubble Space Telescope provides evidence of the general theory of… Read more »

Aerial Photos Show Lake Erie, And Much Of The Great Lakes Covered In Ice

lake erie

Some would definitely agree that it’s been really cold lately, and as a result of the icy chill, the Great Lakes are freezing over. Lake Erie, the Great Lake, which borders Ontario, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan and New York, is almost completely frozen. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Lake Erie was around 94… Read more »

One-Way Ticket To Mars? 200,000 Applicants To Be Narrowed To 24

Mars One

A Dutch non-profit called Mars One is on a mission to send four people to the red planet in 2024, but it’s a one-way ticket. The four who are selected will leave behind family and friends forever, never to return to Earth. But that hasn’t stopped over 200,000 people from applying for the chance. The… Read more »

NASA Is Planning To Send A Submarine To Titan, Saturn’s Largest Moon

The submarine would be largely autonomous, due to Titan's distance from Earth

NASA has unveiled conceptual plans to send an autonomous submarine to Titan, Saturn’s moon, in a bid to explore the vast icy reaches of the Kraken Mare. At the recent 2015 NASA Institute for Advanced Concepts (NIAC) Symposium in Cocoa Beach, Florida, researchers revealed the Titan Submarine Phase I Conceptual Design, an outline for a… Read more »

Search For Life Turns To Exomoons As NASA Supercomputer Joins The Hunt

NASA artist depiction of exomoon

Moons have big potential in the search for life and NASA’s Kepler telescope intends to find any potentially habitable exomoons — or moons outside our solar system. There’s just one problem, finding those little celestial bodies is very difficult. To compensate, NASA is bringing in its Pleiades supercomputer to sort through the data from Kepler…. Read more »