Why not to go to mars Going to Mars is a greatly speculated idea being pursued by many scientists. Mars has many dangers. Physical dangers are a major concern when going to colonize on Mars. Ed Regis in his article "Let's Not Move to Mars" published in The New York Times states: "Radiation exposure may increase your cancer risk, it can damage your nervous system, with both acute effects and later consequences. "(Regis) Additionally going to Mars can have harmful effects to the inside of your body.
The reason for this is because it has not gone through the same stages as the mother planet has gone through or made up from similar materials. because of our moon's spherical shape we can conclude that the the capture theory is probably the most unreliable theory of the three as from the evidence provided, that a captured moon would not be of a spherical shape and made up of different materials to the mother planet which our moon does not, according to
It is the accumulation of iron in the center of a star which triggers a supernova explosion and the subsequent scattering of the vital atoms of life throughout the cosmos. It was the drawing by gravity of iron atoms to the center of the primeval earth that generated the heat which caused the initial chemical differentiation of the earth, the outgassing of the early atmosphere, and ultimately the formation of the hydrosphere. It is molten iron in the center of the earth which, acting like a gigantic dynamo, generates the earth’s magnetic field, which in turn creates the Van Allen radiation belts that shield the earth’s surface from destructive high-energy-penetrating cosmic radiation and preserve the crucial ozone layer from cosmic ray
Archaeologists have determined that the site dates back to around 3100 BC. This is an era before written records were kept so nobody really knows how or why the stones got there. This essay will only be focusing on two theories that seem to make the most sense. So many theories exist, from a Wizard named Merlin to the theory that aliens moved these 50 ton stones into place. These seem crazy but again that is what is so interesting about Stonehenge because everything
Others doubt that something could scientifically be living out in the universe, or that something can be as technologically as advanced as us. Again the doubtfulness of aliens will forever be present, and we will always be uncertain if these extraterrestrials are real. A more recent example is the HELA cells, captured in the book The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks. The author Rebecca Skloot tells the story of a young woman in the 40’s who developed cervical cancer and the doctors took her cells without consent, and the family in current
If you use something in the universe, such as a star, you can attempt to follow the causes of each effect. The star is an effect of a high concentration of interstellar gas and dust in an extremely cold region of space. The next question is, where does interstellar gas and dust come from? Interstellar gas is formed from molecular gas, which was formed by a theorized concept, called the ‘big bang theory’. The big bang was an enormous blast of energy throughout the universe, which formed all things instead the universe.
2010. 30 Sept. 2015. April 13, 1970 was the night the oxygen tank in Apollo 13 exploded, 55 hours, 55 minutes away from Earth. If Apollo 13 was any further away at the time of the incident, the astronauts most likely would’ve not survived. The issue was that the O2 tank was not designed properly by the manufacturer, and that when they conducted a stir of the O2 tank it exploded.
Astronomers from WISE say that with the new infrared observations, Baptistina is not the responsible party leaving the Origin of the Asteroid a mystery to scientists. Immediate Impact on Earth The asteroid which collided with Earth 66 million years ago immediately created a deep hole, known as the peak ring, with an area of 100 kilometres wide and 30 kilometres deep, leaving the crater mainly under sea. Just after the impact deep granite bedrock, in liquid form, rebounded up to 10 kilometres tall before falling into a circular ridge. Next, the peak ring was enclosed in a layer of rocks, called a breccia, that contains bits of broken rock and impact melt. The Chicxulub asteroid originally landed near the town of Chicxulub which is where the asteroid got its name.
The mountains are all over the area, either in one large formation, or in several small groups. The mountains in North Korea also happen to show signs of erosion, which causes them to become slope-like. The rest of the country consists of smaller plains. (U) Although summers do occur in Korea, they do not last as long as the other seasons. The summers in North Korea can be either incredibly hot, humid, or rainy.
Starburst galaxies can sometimes be the brightest things in the universe. This happens when they release ultraviolet rays, which are absorbed by the dust and then re released at infrared wavelengths. The formation of stars can be stopped if the remaining gas in the galaxy is blown away by stellar winds or a Supernova explosion. Starburst galaxies are less common now than they were in the early stages of the universe. These galaxies are about 12 billion
Nobody knows how devils tower was formed. Scientist are now researching to see what its components are. They have a lot of theories they just haven’t found the right one yet. Another theory is that inside it is an extinct volcano, another of many (Jason Chavis). It seems likely that it could be.
During the talk by Dr. David Galbraith, several global questions were raised. The most prominent one that came to my mind during the talk was how we are going to survive on a planet that we cannot leave, yet one that we have depleted our natural resources by 98.5%. Galbraith discusses how we survive on Earth because of the presence of our atmosphere and internal magnetic field; we are unique because we have yet to encounter another planet that has an atmosphere like we do. Because our atmosphere is protecting us from cosmic rays and radiation, and we have yet to find a way to substantially protect ourselves outside of our atmosphere, we are stuck on our current planet. As Galbraith discussed during his talk and mentioned above, we have depleted
The air on Venus is mostly carbon dixide,this is because of its thick atmosphere Traps the air in planet in. (https://www.nasa.gov/content/goddard/nasa-research-helps-unravel-mysteries-of-the-venusian-atmosphere) Since Venus has a thick Atmosphere The pressure there will crush any lender that tries to Well land. Earth has a strong magnetic field that protects its Venus however does not have That type of protect.The first mission to Venus started over 25 years ago.Venus is 67 million miles away from the
There were a lot of different things that changed history as we know it. Some were covered in Chapter 11. The Little Ice Age was the coldest time over the Northern Hemisphere for a thousand or so. In result of the Little Ice Age plagues and famines destroyed Europe and glaciers came from the Alps to engulf a number of villages. There were also volcanoes, which erupted more frequently after the Little Ice Age than before.