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  • [[Category:Science]]
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  •  Bachelor in Sciences and Letters (Cultured College Science, Campinas, 1923)
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  • ...ill support 15 mice for 5 weeks in simulated Martian gravity. The primary science objectives are to observe bone, muscle, and neurovestibular adaptations. A
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  • ...a.int/science-e/www/object/index.cfm?fobjectid=34201&fbodylongid=1537 EESA science and technology today]]
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  • ...famous writer of [[science fiction]] is author Arthur C. Clarke, who made science fiction more mainstream with such works as "2001, A Space Odyssey". Yet, if one wishes to find the magic of a Martian world lost to science and time, one need look no further than the works of Ray Bradbury. "The Mar
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  • [[category:science]]
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  • [[Category:Science]]
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  • ...hy would we spend 4/5ths of our science budget to A. produce less data and science, and B.return the used computer to Earth after it has completed its work.
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  • '''Mars Science Laboratory'''
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  • ...dition to the planet [[Mars]] is an idea which has long been a mainstay of science fiction. Several serious proposals for real Mars expeditions have been pre
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  • ...t showed the first glimpses of frost during winter. They also carried life-science experiments with them, but the outcome of those were negative although the ...Opportunity. These rovers, sporting an array of sophisticated camera's and science-packages, were designed for a 90-ish Martian day mission, but are still goi
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  • ...duced set of technologies to land a small crew on Mars for a long duration science mission. This plan was summarized in the book, [[The Case For Mars]], writ | Field science equipment
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  • 06 Oct 2006 [http://www.lpi.usra.edu/meetings/polar2006/ Fourth Mars Polar Science Conference] 07 Nov 2006 [[MRO]] begins science operations in Mars orbit
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  • Metrology is the term used to describe the science of measurement. Although scientific methods are used in achieving prescribe ...nvironment specific to Mars. These units need not be based upon a physical science or mathematical constant, but is always desirable to do so when possible.
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  • The dimensional data sets within the two pyramids reveal basic physical science knowledge, that which must be understood before scientists can advance furt
    5 KB (729 words) - 03:02, 21 January 2009
  • ...kg. A price point that is easily within reach of any K-12 program and most science fair projects.
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  • [[Category:Science]]
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  • [[Category:Science]]
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  • * ''[[The Holy Land]]'' (2003), This is an "[[Science Fiction|SF]] satire on the Middle East crisis and the War on Terrorism and
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  • [[http://sci.esa.int/science-e/www/object/index.cfm?fobjectid=37703 EESA]] Preparing for Ion Drive Firin [[http://sci.esa.int/science-e/www/object/index.cfm?fobjectid=37443 EESA]] No. 39 - SMART-1 Ready for Op
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