Tag Archives: International Space Station

World Watch April 2017: Asteroid Fly-By

Burly Asteroid Streaks by Earth Tomorrow and will completely miss the planet Space debris problem getting worse, say scientists 5000 pieces 1 m or bigger. 20000 pieces 10 cm or bigger 750,000 pieces 1 cm or bigger Collisions with space … Continue reading

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Spaceworld: USSR’s Yuri Gagarin

Today in Space History – the first man in space is Yuri Gagarin, from the USSR circa 1960s.     Since then, we had Canada as the first nation to have a commercial satellite and add to the space robotics … Continue reading

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Earth From 1969 to 2015: From Space to the Information Age

in 1969, two humans landed on the moon. We went a few times and lost momentum. in 1973, Elvis Presley performed his Aloha Concert, broadcast around the world and the first one man show into space. The Cold Space War … Continue reading

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Mythpectives

the 10% Brain Myth is the current era’s Flat Earth Myth it was only a small group in Europe who thought that the ancient greeks knew the earth was round most early cultures thought the world was all between the … Continue reading

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O No Canada, eh?

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