Tag: moon

How the moon effects the tide

December 1, 2022

The Moon and Earth exert a gravitational pull on each other. On Earth, the Moon’s gravitational pull causes the oceans to bulge out on both the side closest to the Moon and the side farthest from the Moon. These bulges create high tides. The low points are where low tides occur. watch video

Amazing facts about Earth ,Moon,Sun

September 10, 2022

If you line up about 108 moons from Earth, the average distance to the moon is. Similarly, if 108 suns are placed in a row from the earth, then the average distance from the earth to the sun is. The diameter of the sun is equal to 108 earths.

The mega moon rokcet

August 18, 2022

The most powerful rocket currently ready for launch, the SLS rocket, taller than the Statue of Liberty and capable of delivering up to 50 tons of material directly to the moon when fully powered in its future Block 2 configuration, will launch to the moon with the unmanned Orion capsule on the 29th of this…

Our footprints on the moon are almost immortal

May 26, 2022

Due to the lack of atmosphere, water, and plates like the Earth’s crust, craters on the moon could remain unchanged for billions of years, meaning you can still see craters that are up to two billion years old. The large dark region we see, or the lower region of the moon, we call the ocean….

Is it possible to cultivate in lunar soil ?

May 16, 2022

Scientists (UFlorida & UFIFA Solutions) used the regolith sample collected during the Apollo 11,12 & 17 mission to experimentally grow Thale Cress (Arabidopsis taliana) in the soil (Regolith) first brought from the lunar surface. In response to the fact that plants grow in regolith, we will now see if it will help us to cultivate…

What is the factor behind differentiating the surfaces on both sides of the moon?

April 27, 2022

The difference between the Moon’s surface and the other side was identified by the US Apollo mission and the Soviet Union’s Luna mission. What is the difference between the two sides of the moon, which have no human habitation and no water? The scientific community has found the answer to this perplexing question. What is…

Moon soil for sale

April 14, 2022

The soil of the moon, which was brought to Earth during man’s first lunar mission, Apollo 11, is up for sale. This soil was taken from the lunar surface by Neil Armstrong in 1969.It is housed in five aluminum discs and is valued at $ 1.2 million.

Thanks for being with us

March 9, 2022

Some days without the moon …………… There are many reasons why our earth may sit or look like this. The sun has a lot to say about the distance from the sun, the oceans, the atmosphere and the magnetic field. But like all of these, there is someone else who influences the earth in many…

Mission Artemis

March 3, 2022

Artemis’ mission is to land the first woman on the moon in 2024. NASA sees this lunar mission as the basis for future missions to Mars. The mission of Artemis is to identify the challenges facing mankind in the nearest celestial sphere and to energize experiences. Before landing on the moon, two space missions will…

Passed the Cryogenic Engine (CE-20) Eligibility Test for the Gaganyan Program

January 19, 2022

Today, (January 12, 2022), the fourth qualifying test of the Cryogenic Engine (CE-20 E9) for the Gaganyan program, 720 seconds long, was conducted at the ISRO Propulsion Complex (IPRC) (Mahendragiri, Tamil Nadu). The engine performance met the test objectives and the engine parameters were matched to the expected level throughout the test.This successful experiment is…