Blog 45 Colonizing Mars Step 1: Design by award-winning author, adventurer and scientist

Blog 45 Colonizing Mars Step 1: Design by award-winning author, adventurer and scientist Mark Kingston Levin PhD. Figure 1. SpaceX looks to colonize Mars. The new BFR is designed to be 387 feet (118 meters) high. The payload is immense; it can carry 100 metric tons all the way to the surface of Mars. Figure [...]

2019-01-30T13:06:34+00:00 January 17th, 2019|Blog, Space|

InSight Probe is on the way to Mars to study Geology. The Search for Life on Mars with Rover 2020

InSight Probe is on the way to Mars to study Geology The Search for Life on Mars with Rover 2020: The Plan is to Land at Ancient Lakebed known as Jezero Crater by Award-winning Author, adventurer and Scientist Mark Kingston Levin, PhD Figure 1. Jezero Crater is an ancient Martian depression. It was probably created [...]

2018-12-10T22:05:57+00:00 November 26th, 2018|Blog, Space|

Neutron Stars Collide

Neutron Stars Collide by Award-winning author, adventurer and scientist Mark Kingston Levin PhD On August 17, 2017, scientists caught two neutron stars in the act of colliding for the first time in history, revealing that these strange smashups are the source of heavy element like gold, platinum, palladium and all other heavy elements including uranium. [...]

2018-12-10T22:05:57+00:00 November 7th, 2018|Blog, Space|

Exomoon: is the Smaller Object Orbiting that Larger Planet?

David Kipping and Alex Teachey of Columbia University trained Hubble to find Exomoons. Credit A. Teachey and D.M. Kipping. Evidence for a large exomoon orbiting Kepler 1625b. Science Advances. Published online October 3, 2018.

2018-12-10T22:05:57+00:00 October 31st, 2018|Blog, Space|

How can we see the stars and planets clearly from Earth?

Some adaptive optics use lasers to correct for atmospheric distortion. Thanks to a new adaptive-optics module, the Vary Large Telescope in Chile has a much sharper view of Neptune. Which is clearer to you: the view from the Hubble Space Telescope or the view using VLT Adaptive Optics?

2018-12-10T22:05:58+00:00 July 26th, 2018|Blog, Space|

What happened to the black holes when the Milky Way collided with a smaller galaxy about 9 billion years ago plus or minus 1 billion years by award-winning author and scientist Mark Kingston Levin PhD

What happened to the black holes when the Milky Way collided with a smaller galaxy about 9 billion years ago plus or minus 1 billion years by award-winning author and scientist Mark Kingston Levin PhD Figure 1. Artist depiction of what scientists discovered about the collision between the Milky Way galaxy and the Sausage [...]

2018-12-10T22:06:27+00:00 July 11th, 2018|Blog, Space|

The Colonization of Mars by award-winning author and scientist Mark Kingston Levin PhD

Mars will be colonized and terraformed within 300 years if we get started soon putting humans there for exploration. Figure 1. A couple of explorers on Mars an artistic conception of the Red Planet. Credit: Detlef van Ravenswaay/Getty Image The possibility of permanent colonies on other planets, starting with Mars, is a [...]

2018-12-10T22:06:27+00:00 July 9th, 2018|Blog, Space|

Black holes emit more than radiation at times of feeding or collision

Blog 10 Black holes emit more than radiation at times of feeding or collision. Written by Mark Kingston Levin, PhD. Figure 1. Black hole caught for the first time eating a star followed by x-rays bursts. Energy and matter escape in two jets 180 degrees apart including radio waves and other electromagnetic emissions. [...]

2018-12-10T22:06:28+00:00 April 5th, 2018|Blog, Space|

Black holes emit more than radiation at times of feeding or collision

Blog 9 Black holes emit more than radiation at times of feeding or collision Written by Mark Kingston Levin, PhD. Black hole caught for the first time eating a star followed by x-rays bursts. Energy and matter escape in two jets 180 degrees apart including radio waves and other electromagnetic emissions. [...]

2018-12-10T22:06:28+00:00 March 26th, 2018|Blog, Space|