2015 Foreseen. How accurately?
In 1985 Director Robert Zemeckis created a Time Machine. In Back to the Future (1985) a young man travels to 1955 to make sure his parents fall in love and he’s born. But four years later, in Back to the Future 2 (1989) he travels a couple of years into the future (Wednesday 21 October 2015) to keep his son from landing in jail. He saw what we (supposedly) will experience in 9 months. But will we? Continue reading
Is government-funded Canadian science moving forward or stagnant?
Orion is now more than just an archer in the sky with a famous three star belt. It’s blast closer to taking humans to Mars. Dawn of 5 December 2014 NASA successfully launched a new rocket in Cape Canaveral Florida for a test flight. Mark Geyer, Orion’s program manager says “Orion is the exploration spacecraft for NASA, and paired with the Space Launch System, or SLS, rocket it will allow us to explore the solar system.” Orion is being planned to take humans to asteroids and Mars.
Canadians might be some of these astronauts. The Canadian government reports that it is investing more into science.