On July 20, 1969, humans set foot on the moon for the first time in history. It was a momentous achievement, not just for the United States but for all of humankind. It marked our species’ first foray into leaving our home planet and exploring the universe beyond. Since then, we’ve sent robotic probes to explore Mars and other parts of our solar system, but we haven’t sent anyone (or anything) back to the moon. That is about to change with the Artemis space program. In this blog post, we will explore what the Artemis space program is all about and why we are going back to the moon. We’ll also discuss some of the challenges facing the program and how they plan to overcome them. So sit back, strap in, and enjoy the ride!
There are probably 10,000 stars for every grain of sand on Earth, in the observable universe. We know that there might be trillions of planets. So where are all the aliens? Some key facts The entire observable universe is about 90 billion light-years in diameter. There are at least 100 billion galaxies each with 100 […]