One last video on Titan by Carolyn Porco! AdvertisementsRead more "One last video on Titan"
Does anyone here think the world is getting too populated? Running out of breathing room in our cities? We need to expand and reach out to the galaxy we live in. Scientist have found a few planets and moons that might have the possibility to harbor humans and have a correct atmosphere for us to […]Read more "Final Post :'("
I watched a documentary on the exploration of Titan called A Place Like Home, The team on the documentary were the people who built Cassini and Huygens which are the space crafts that went on the mission to Titan in 1997 to 2004 when Huygens was launched from Cassini and then January 15 2005 when Huygens landed […]Read more "Titan Documentary"
I read Robert Frost’s The Road Not Taken: The poem takes place in a forest on a road, the road split at a junction into the woods. The identity of the man on the road is unknown to us but we know he is making a big and important decision on whether to go down the right […]Read more "Robert Frost’s The Road not Taken"
This painting is of the landing of the Huygens probe, which descended onto Titan on January 14, 2005. This was a huge and groundbreaking event because it was the first time through the haze which hides most of Titan’s surface.Read more "Artwork of Titan"
I read this poem: Europa, it is about the moon Europa which is orbiting around Jupiter. The author refers to the moon as a beautiful women, telling us all about her beauty in great detail. He says that her color is that of “coconuts cross hatched shade on bungalows, their white walls raging with insomnia.” […]Read more "Europa Poem Analysis"
I read an article: Which moon to shoot for? It told of the three moons NASA and ESA are planning to launch an exploratory rocket to. NASA gives us three destinations to choose from. Titan, a moon orbiting Saturn which is the second biggest moon in our galaxy and has the most earth-like atmosphere which contains mostly nitrogen. Europa, a […]Read more "Article on deciding on where to go next"