Thursday, January 21, 2016


In yet another crowdsourcing effort, NASA is asking members of the public to help with the design of the Astrobee — a free-flying robot the space agency is making to live aboard the International Space Station. Specifically, NASA wants help creating a robotic arm for the Astrobee, which the robot will use to interact with the space station environment.



Sunday, January 17, 2016

E=mc2 in six lines.

E=mc2 in six lines.
Take the weight of an object, you then have its mass (m).
Take the speed of light 299,792 kilometers per second or (c), multiply it by the speed of light 299,792 kilometers per second, (c). This gives you (c2). 89875243264 kilometers per second. Take the mass (m) and multiply it by (c2) this gives you the amount of energy in a given object (E). E=mc2