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Heliophysics We live in the extended atmosphere of an active star.
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For any long-term space presence, we'd need to have some sort of simulated gravity anyway (assuming our astronauts want to be able to return to Earth), so there should not be a problem with an 'accelerating field' for the foetus. However, the fact that the mother would effectively be restricted to the ~10m/s^2 areas might restrict her usefulness to the habitat, if her normal work would take her outside this area. 10/14/10 5:15pm
Antihydrogen atoms were trapped in a magnetic field Matter and antimatter annihilate each other on contact "It's taken us five years to get here," says Professor Jeffrey Hangst CERN's next ambition is to create a beam of antimatter
Gazing at the moon will just never be the same.