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Weather Forecasting Methods

Article by Sankha Wishwanath, UCSC 2nd Year Curiosity was the key to human success. Every invention throughout human history was driven by curiosity. Within this journey, we used uncountable methods to fill gaps in our minds. Throughout history, humans were curious about something special. Something special is called the future. They wanted to know what […]

Zooming Through the Pioneer Program: Pioneer 6, 7, 8, and 9

Interplanetary space contains the mass and energy of the solar system so that planets, comets, dwarf planets, etc., are moving objects within it. Pioneer 6, 7, 8, and 9, which were carried out in such an environment, were another giant step in the space exploration of the Pioneer program, launched in between 1965 and 1969 […]

Aerospace Medicine: Medicine Beyond Earth

Aerospace Medicine: A General Outlook Have you ever wondered what type of physician backs the American space program? Who keeps an eye on the astronauts’ health and safety while they are stationed in space and is on standby for when they go and return? Who, in addition to engineers, pilots, and other top experts, contributes […]

Four Successful Women for the Hubble’s Success

From ancient Babylonians to Chinese to Greeks, the night sky was always a fascination to us humans. The curiosity caused by these moving and unmoving celestial objects remained untouched for centuries until Galileo Galilei invented the telescope and decided to have a closer look at them. Since then for many centuries, telescopes had been modified […]

“Where are we?”: An Answer from Margaret Geller and Vera Rubin

Where are we now, and where are we going? These are two questions that humans have been asking themselves for millennia. From philosophers to scientists, great minds throughout history have attempted to answer this question. However, with the advancement of modern science and astronomy, we might be able to answer this in a quite literal […]

Margaret Hamilton, The Woman Who Landed Software on the Moon

On 20th July 2021, we commemorated the 52nd anniversary of the first-ever moon landing of mankind. On a day like that in 1969, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin marked the first human steps on the lunar surface, making the Apollo 11 mission a huge success, surpassing a huge milestone in the history of space exploration. […]

6 Incredible Space Discoveries You Could Have Missed in 2020

Medical breakthroughs dominated the news in 2020, but astronomers continued to work even in the face of a pandemic. They scoured radio waves for strange signals, identified new galaxies, and even determined which alien star systems may be able to detect Earth. Here are some of these mind-blowing discoveries. 01. Emissions of radio waves from […]

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