How long would it take to travel to the nearest star?

Proxima Centauri, is our nearest star, about 4 light years away. A light year is the distance light travels in one year, or 9,460,730,472,581 kilometers. That's 9.46 trillion kilometers, or about 5.88 trillion miles. The fastest space ship we ever built was the Juno spacecraft, which in 2016 broke all speed records in space with a... Continue Reading →

Space Shuttle and the Horses Ass

Did you know.... The gauge for the U.S. railways is 4 feet eight and a half inches. That's a weird number. It also, as we shall see, has relevance to the now retired U.S. Space Shuttle program and the horses ass. This post was copied from a Facebook page. Why was that railway gauge used... Continue Reading →

If NASA says that we simply cannot go any further than low Earth orbit, which is 0-1,243 miles high above Earth, then how could we have led mankind to the Moon since it is about 228,841 miles away from the Earth?

Oh you flat earth people never give up. NASA doesn’t say nothing can go above low Earth orbit. We just launched a satellite that is now way above low Earth orbit. To orbit Earth there has to be very little atmospheric drag. Even at 250 miles, way higher than Mount Everest where the air is already very... Continue Reading →

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