Pendulum Swing: Kepler 186

Pendulum Swing: Kepler 186

by Amy Johnson


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Sooner or later, it was bound to happen. Climate change crept up on earth with a vengeance. Man had only one option to seek greater ways of protecting earth, of populating Mars and to explore more exoplanets. This then is a story of the journey of a few bold astronauts churning into the columns of space.

"Pendulum Swing" is inspired by the Mars Exploration agenda of NASA, the discovery of six or more Kepler (earthlike planets), and climate change. Climate change, the dangers posed from meteors, a weakened magnetosphere, has forced us to look for survival plans to nearly and explants. Mars the roman god of war has been an object of fascination to NASA scientists. Once thought to have canals, the red planet is becoming increasingly familiar as exploration continues. The next frontier is to colonize the planet in the next thirty years. NASA released in 2014 a thirty-year vision for the future-if we are alone, what exoplanets exist, what they are, the search for life and listing them. It is hoped that the coming decades will see giant strides forward in finding earthlike, exo-earths, and to tease out their fundamental physics and astrological phenomenon. In the electromagnetic spectrum, young stars, galaxies and near optical wavelengths-are seen in star fixing regions, in the ultraviolent-the million degree gas of galaxy clusters and black hole accretion disks light up in x-rays, gravitational waves are seen rippling through space and time and colossal events of merging black holes can be studied. Pendulum swing thus brings together in a fictional form certain aspects of NASA research.

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ISBN-13: 9781504991483
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Publication date: 07/08/2016
Pages: 116
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.28(d)

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