According to the latest theory, during the time, when all planets were been formed in our solar system, some of the matter, which orbited the sun, could not come together and form a planet. This happened, because this matter had not the necessary mass to fall together. Moreover, due to Jupiter's strong grafitation field, most part of this loose matter was spread apart. In other words, a planet formation was practically impossible and asteroids were formed instead. These rock similar objects formed the current asteroid belt.
Why WARP drive?! This propulsion system got the name WARP due to the principle of how it might work. As already mentioned, moving as fast as light (brake the light barrier) is definitively impossible under conventional conditions. So, inorder to get this enormous speed we need to unconventional conditions... How unconventional must be the conditions of this fast flight? Well, I would say: "very, very unconventional... practically unbelievable space-time conditions". If we want do be faster than light we must practically turn us into light itself, which seems really absurd. As we can’t turn each atom of our body into a photon, that is to say, if we can’t change our properties, we consequently have to change our environment; enteranother reality (dimension) to which no man have ever beenbefore.
Despite all hostilities, our Red Planet is still the most "friendly" planet in our solar system after Earth, and that is why Space Agencies world wide are investing enormous amounts of money in exploration projects to Mars. Various spacecrafts have already visited the Red Planet and more sofisticated ones are going to come.
Mars, also called the Red Planet, has been fascinating mankind since prehistoric times. Its name originated in Greece (Greek: Ares) and means "God of War", probably because of its red color. Mars has always been one of the favorite sources of various speculations and science-fiction stories. Its secrets and mysteries seem to endlessly feed mankind's imagination and curiosity, thus turning the red planet into a source of infinite dreams and hopes.
Nowadays most of us are already conscious of the different “man-made” threats which affect our environment. Poisonous substances, devastating machineries, a wide range of inconsiderate technologies and contaminating waste of a growing comfort- and consume-orientated society. Air pollution and its undesirable offspring, the “greenhouse effect” and the “ozone hole”, which currently affect divers urban centres worldwide, are just popular examples for the result of more than 100 years of negligent industrialization.
They were always present in almost all science fiction movies. While some of them were simple butlers there were others who had important positions. Who does not know Dalta from Star Streck or the small handless one from Starwars? The robots. Some decades ago, robots were just the product of man's fantasy, but today they are pure reality. It is amazing to see how robots became part of our lives. Industry was the first area which used the advantages of robots. Is there any other employee better than a robot? I don't think so. Robots do not need sleep, food, medicine... they can work in places no man would survive, they can do jobs with much more precision than any other man... On the whole, robots are in some circumstances the best employees.
The highest normal orbits for satellites are geostationary (sometimes called geosynchronous); a constant speed lets the satellite maintain the same view of Earth all the time.
The Big Bang Theory is the most widely accepted explanation for the origin and evolution of the Universe, though some scientists dispute it and many say it may never be proven.
It's the study of evolution and the origin, destiny, and distribution of life in the universe. Relying on the biological sciences, space exploration and space technology, the discipline asks: Where did we come from? Are we alone? What is our future on Earth and in space?
How many planets orbit our Sun? If you said nine, you're shy by several thousand. Scientists consider asteroids to be minor planets - some are hundreds of miles wide (and seldom round).