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by Olivier de Goursac
December 19, 2014 | 0 comments
Just before the ESA-CNES landing session for the Philae spacecraft on comet 67-P started in Paris, Tuesday afternoon November 12, four members of The Planetary Society and its "UMSF forum" were there at our National Science Museum ("Cite des Sciences") gathering as "Ambassadors" for the Planetary Society. From left to right: "Polaris", me, Jacques Blamont (Advisory Council of The Planetary Society) and "Climber".
We were all proud being there, because we had 2 presentations ("The nucleus in 3D" and "the CIVA-P cameras landing site simulations") that were labeled as Planetary Society and were given in front of the President of the ... more »
December 19, 2014 | 1 comments
I'm a 23 year old father, and leaving the army. I grew up in the south learning the same things, Adam and Eve, a young earth, and a huge flood, etc. For about 4 years I've been self educating myself. Reading everything I can get my hands on, teaching myself about the universe and everything in it.
Inspired by great men like Carl Sagan and Bill Nye. My dream is to become an electrical engineer and help advance humanity. I want to make things that solve problems. I just don't know how to get to there. Even if I get back ... more »
by Vi Nguyen
December 19, 2014 | 0 comments
I have passion for exploration and discovering planets and galaxy for years. Moreover, I like to explore planets through the lens of technology, the eyes of science and physics.
When I was young, my family lived in the farm, and so at night time we saw the night sky with many stars. The sunrise in the morning and sunset in the evening. God's creation is the beauty of nature. That was my childhood, that is, observed the beauty of nature through human eyes of nature behavior naturally. Then my family value was driven by desire to pursue higher education on the ... more »
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