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Ron G Anselm
NASA Takes Image and Visualization to the Next Level
The world of images lay all around us. How we see things is according to how the image sets itself in its own personality of visualization.
The Power of Positive Memories to Influence the Motivation to Workout
The Power of Positive Memories to Influence the Motivation to Workout. The second article of two on the Power of Motivation to Influence working out.
One of the Most Stressful Things 'Managing Work/Life Balance'
The First article of two on the Power of Motivation to Influence working out.
Could There be Other Factors Involved in the Case of Missing Malaysia Airline Flight MH370?
Normally if a plane comes up missing with the new age of technology that consist of radar, radio traffic and other technology most likely debris and other things are found quickly that solve the reasoning for the crash.
Speeding Asteroid Zooms by Earth
Speeding Asteroid Zoomed by Earth closer than our Moon is to us
NASA's Keplar Mission Discovers Existence of 715 More Planets in Universe
NASA`s Keplar mission announced that it discovered 715 new planets in the universe. These newly-fond planets have a personality of their own as they orbit 305 stars and also revealing multiple planet system that resemble the same system as our own solar system.
NASA's Hubble Space Telescope Unwraps the Mystery of Rotational Movement of a Distant Galaxy
It is interesting to find out that to not only see the rotation of this galaxy but to find out it takes 250 million years to complete one rotation.
McGruff the Crime Dog Gets Jail Time for Drugs and Weapon Charges
Looks like Ol` McGruff had a bad day after being stopped for speed in Galveston, Texas back in 2011.
NASA's Hershel Mission Spots Evidence of Water Vapor on Dwarf Planet Known as Ceres
Water, the Lifeblood of any and all Living and Breathing elements is probably the Most Elusive Element in our Solar System but Scientists the World over Still do any and everything they can to find it.
NASA's NEOWISE Trades the Relaxation of Retirement for the Dark Skies of Space
The internal software spotted a moving object which was surrounded by a group of stationary stars as it patrolled Earth like a motivated sentry, scanning the sky all-around our wondrous planet.
Just Another Cold Day? Or An Extreme Polar Vortex?
So, everyone probably wonders what is a Polar Vortex. In science terms it is a "polar cyclone" which is normally located at either of the planet`s geographical North and South poles.
NASA`s Telescopes Reveal Unprecedented Gamma Ray Burst
NASA was once again on top of this event when a trio of their satellites which were working in sync with their ground based robotic telescopes captured the fine details of this gamma burst
NASA MAVEN Spacecraft to Explore Atmosphere of Mars
The exploration of the Red Planet we all know as Mars as taken a front row seat in NASA`s many mission lately that you wonder if Mars will soon be known as Earth Two
NASA Discovers Antarctica Ozone Hole Surprisingly Smaller Than Past Years
NASA recently made a discovery and found out that the ozone hole that forms each year in the atmosphere
HAMMA Device to Catch Lightning Strikes?
Scientists at the University of Alabama in Huntsville have developed a device that gives them basically a front row seat to lightning strikes.
NASA`s Curiosity Rover Detects No Methane within Atmosphere of Mars
Data from NASA`s Curiosity Rover revealed that Mars does lack the presence of Methane gas. If any environment has the presence of Methane gas
Our Grand Ol' National Past Time - A Brief History of Major League Baseball
The game of baseball is really like the essence of life. It is full of history, memorable moments, and fun. The game of baseball is taken seriously by fans
NASA Needs Help to Defend Earth against Asteroids?
NASA has now chosen ninety-six ideas it deems as the most successful and promising ideas from more than four-hundred that
Japanese Robot Kirobo Utters the First Words in Space
Kirobo only speaks Japanese and stands a whopping thirteen inches tall. Now, that sort of freaks me out because it takes
NASA Research Finds Detection of Water Deep Within the Moons Lunar Surface
Scientists used data from NASA`s Moon Mineralogy Mapper (M3) instrument which sits aboard the Indian Space Research Organization`s Chandrayaan-1 spacecraft.
Ron G Anselm
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