Woooooh It’s been a while since the last time I posted something geeky.. I really miss Tumblr and my blog.
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Hope you enjoy my coming spacey posts
Today marks the 158th Birthday of the scientist, inventor, electrical engineer, mechanical engineer, and futurist Nikola Tesla.
"All People everywhere should have free energy sources. Electric power is everywhere present in unlimited quantities and can drive the worlds machinery without the need for coal, oil or gas." Nikola Tesla
"Nikola Tesla was not in this for money. He wanted to give the world free energy. if we are to implement free energy in the tradition of Nikola Tesla, then we need to replicate not only his science but his humanity" Sterling D. Allen
Thanks to such a genius every time when we plug any kind of electrical devices..
image credit: NASA.
A private team successfully fired the engines of a retired 36 yrs-old NASA spacecraft on July 2.
The ISEE-3 (International Sun-Earth Explorer 3) a probe was launched in 1978 to study the interaction between Earth’s magnetic field and the Solar wind. The spacecraft was one of three spacecrafts (ISEE-1, ISEE-2) as part of an international cooperative program between NASA and ESA.
The spacecraft ISEE-3 became the first to a Comet, passing through the tail of comet Giacobini-Zinner. After being the first probe passing by a comet it was renamed to ICE (International Cometary Explorer).
In April 2014, the ISEE-3 Reboot Project, an unofficial group with support from the Skycorp Company, the team members formally announced their intentions to recapture the prob and bring it back near earth orbit and then resume its original mission.
“All in all, a very good day,” co-leader Keith Cowing wrote on a blog post about firing the A and B thrusters on ISEE-3 to perform a spin-up burn on July 2. Cowing added that the next step might be on Tues (July 7), which it will be to change the prob’s trajectory.
The video Displays the animation of Dragon V2 spacecraft as it was shown in yesterday’s SpaceX Conference.