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How Will Astronauts Have Water on Mars

How Will Astronauts Have Water on Mars

In this article, I summarize all the water sources that are currently on Mars, ways on how to bring our own and how to recycle most of it.
by David Talas
Arabsat 6A Falcon Heavy Launch Guide: Landing 3 Boosters, Block 5 Configuration, and Much More

Arabsat 6A Falcon Heavy Launch Guide: Landing 3 Boosters, Block 5 Configuration, and Much More

Don't have time to read? Listen on the podcast: The Arabsat-6A will be SpaceX’s 4th mission in 2019, and it will launch on an entirely new Falcon Heavy configuration. This vehicle will be built up of three Block 5 boosters, 27 Merlin engines, capable of producing more than 5 million...
by David Talas
How to Protect Martian Cities From Meteorites, Radiation and Low Air Pressure

How to Protect Martian Cities From Meteorites, Radiation and Low Air Pressure

Day 6 of the 30-day-challenge to write an article every day. This topic was requested by @_planetcam on Instagram. Thank you for submitting this question, Cameron. What are the hazards? Before we discuss any protection techniques, we need to define what we need protection from, and what we need to...
by David Talas
Interview with Space Bandits on How I Try To Educate People About Space Exploration

Interview with Space Bandits on How I Try To Educate People About Space Exploration

One of the most important articles I will ever write! Please read it!
by David Talas
5 Cool NASA Spinoffs from 2018

5 Cool NASA Spinoffs from 2018

Day 4 of my 30 day challenge to write something every day. This time, I would like to list some cool NASA Spinoffs that were published in NASA Spinoff 2018. What are Spinoffs? You may have heard this term in a different context before. The first time I heared it...
by David Talas
Why SpaceX Starship Will Be The Best Rocket Ever Built

Why SpaceX Starship Will Be The Best Rocket Ever Built

Space Exploration Technologies Corp. (SpaceX) was established by Elon Musk in 2002 to revolutionize space technology, with the ultimate goal of enabling people to live on other planets. But first, they needed to develop rockets that are capable of lifting significant amounts of payload into LEO (Low Earth Orbit) and...
by David Talas
My thoughts on Terraforming Mars

My thoughts on Terraforming Mars

Terraforming Mars is interesting but hard. Find out what I think about the topic in this article
by David Talas
Should We Go To Mars or Save Earth First?

Should We Go To Mars or Save Earth First?

Going to Mars and establishing a self-sustaining colony there will be a difficult thing to do, and will cost a lot of money. Shouldn’t we spend that money to save Earth first?
by David Talas
Introduction to the Effects of Microgravity on the Human Body

Introduction to the Effects of Microgravity on the Human Body

What Is Microgravity? The surface of earth has a 1G acceleration environment and all life on Earth has developed and evolved in this gravity field. We as humans were born in it, we live in it and most of us will die in it. However there are a few of...
by David Talas
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