February 6, 2011
Should We Be Defending Ourselves From Asteroids?
In hopes of this letter finding the proper hands, I wish to address the issue at hand
that is the possible threat of an asteroid or comet coming
Perlman, David. San Francisco Chronicle. Scientists Find Similarities Between Earth and
NASA. Sibling Rivalry: Mars, Earth Comparison. Michael Staro
Centers for Ocean Sciences Education Excellence. Thermal Expansion and Sea Level
Wikipedia. Deforestation. Wikipedia Foundation, Inc.
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NASA. The Probabilities of Collisions with Earth. JPL
To begin a discussion about how likely another planet is to resemble that of earth, we
must first take a look at the bigger picture. Our solar system will tell us a lot about the
likely hood of another system having a planet like our own. On J
How Unique Are We
Presented By: Mitch
Questions That Need to be
Are Solar Systems like our common in our
Are planets like Earth common or rare?
Scott Gaudi and Gravitational
April 29, 2011
How Unique Are We Really?
One of the main reasons I enrolled in Our Home in The Solar System was to see if
this question was actually going to be answered. It is such a farfetched idea to begin w
April 18, 2011
MSL and The Search for Life on Mars
Earth as we have come to know it is slowly starting to fall apart and it is from our
own actions and ignorance that the fate of this planet has the possibility
March 14, 2011
Seas on the Rise?
When you think about major global issues over the past twenty years, there are a
number of occurrences that come to mind. The continuous terrorist threat from the
Middle East, d
Red Orbit. Only 15 Percent of Solar Systems are Like Ours. 2002-2010 redOrbit.com
Research. In All the Galaxy, Just 15% of Solar Systems are Like Ours.