NASA to SpaceX: the Space Race Privatized

Over the several decades that have passed since the Space Race there has been a dramatic decrease in federal support for the nation’s intergalactic sense of manifest destiny. However, it is not that the nation suffers from a lack of … Continue reading »

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All the Small Things

Humans are always trying to breach the boundaries of the unimaginable. In recent years, thinking big has meant thinking significantly small, 10-9 meters small. Nanotechnology has fascinated many scientists from diverse backgrounds with its possible applications. From medicine to everyday … Continue reading »

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Making the Silent Heard and the Obscure Tangible: Black Hole Coalescence

In this vast Universe we cannot begin to comprehend the amount of entities within it or the amount of which we do not understand. One of the most extraordinary objects that physicists have only a shallow grasp of is the … Continue reading »

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Astrophysics Through a Student’s Eyes

At some point in our childhoods, most of us idolized astronauts, pasted glow-in-the-dark stars to our ceilings, or delighted in imagining a face on the moon. From birth we see one of our most innate human characteristics, our advanced and … Continue reading »

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