by Kayla Iacovino , Filed under: Science/Technology , trackback Welcome back to Science Friday!
Natural Science Applying to the Universe
Supergalactic Coordinate System
Quadrants of the Celestial Sphere (Constellations)
Unified Fiel Theory
Space Simulations and Sky Charts
Matter, Dark Matter & Anti-Matter
General Planetary Features
Stars - General Features
Origin of the Universe
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This channel is dedicated to Space Fans who love astronomy and want to learn concepts and hear about new discoveries in astronomy.
It is commonly theorized that the universe began with the Big Bang 13.7 billion years ago.
Missions The National Aeronautics and Space Act of 1958 (Space Act) established NASA as an aerospace research and development agency that sponsors and conducts flight missions to obtain data in furtherance of its objectives. In NASA's Science Mission Directorate (SMD), flight missions range from suborbital projects—including balloons, sounding rockets, and airplanes—to interplanetary probes and flagship observatories.
With the help of massive machines called particle accelerators, scientists studied the subatomic realm and made discoveries about the forces that operate at that level. But the search for a comprehensive explanation still continues. In particular, physicists have sought to find a way to reconcile Einstein’s model of space-time, which seems to work best when applied to big objects like stars and galaxies, and the theory of quantum mechanics, which offers an explanation of electromagnetic and nuclear forces that makes sense of reality at the tiniest level.
NASA Telescopes Help Discover Surprisingly Young Galaxy