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8/25/2015 | 11:45:59 PM
Re: Very interesting photos
"Vastness of universe is difficult to comprehend in few years. There are stars who are many many light years away from us and once we are seeing them on the sky, they might have already been gone out of existance. This is a little bit idea of our universe. Do you think we can know every detail about the universe in few years time, I doubt it very much."

Nomii, you may be right about universe and the galaxy system. Recently NASA and some other countries like Russia, India etc had started some space/other planet missions for study purposes.
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8/24/2015 | 8:34:13 AM
Re: Very interesting photos
is it true? Then it's a failure of space research organizations and technology. I mean with respect to earth and not about any other planets.

Gigi I am not sure but I have also read it somewhere. But it is for sure that Vastness of universe is difficult to comprehend in few years. There are stars who are many many light years away from us and once we are seeing them on the sky, they might have already been gone out of existance. This is a little bit idea of our universe. Do you think we can know every detail about the universe in few years time, I doubt it very much.

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8/24/2015 | 1:49:44 AM
Re: Very interesting photos
"What I have heard that we have been able to explore only 3-5% of the visible universe. There is more than 90% of the dark matter still persists in the sky about which little or not known."

Nomii, is it true? Then it's a failure of space research organizations and technology. I mean with respect to earth and not about any other planets.
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8/24/2015 | 1:47:21 AM
Re: Don't forget Space X
"dark matter is that about which we do not have any credible info. To see things we need light and dark areas are difficult to explore may be due to this limitation. Giving NASA only few years to come up with something about dark matter is very little time. I believe that it might take quite number of decades if not centuries to come up with a little explanation about that."

Nomii, you may be right. like collaborative efforts for Mars  & Jupiter excavation; NASA can get collaborate with other countries space research centers.
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8/22/2015 | 2:00:40 PM
Re: Don't forget Space X

@ Gigi dark matter is that about which we do not have any credible info. To see things we need light and dark areas are difficult to explore may be due to this limitation. Giving NASA only few years to come up with something about dark matter is very little time. I believe that it might take quite number of decades if not centuries to come up with a little explanation about that.

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8/22/2015 | 1:56:03 PM
Re: Very interesting photos
@mmcgann

"While lookig uo to the heavens yesterday I pondered what all the satellites do up there that we gave launched and here is a great representation of their work!  Thnks NASA!"

What I have heard that we have been able to explore only 3-5% of the visible universe. There is more than 90% of the dark matter still persists in the sky about which little or not known. I believe that it will take many more centuries to get to know any thing concrete about the universe. But what we have known till now is a great achievement indeed.

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8/21/2015 | 8:01:53 AM
Re: Don't forget Space X
"Sensors have changed the world and it is good to see that the economics is falling in place for private firms to deploy space based sensors. NASA is still the world's leading source of inspiring and it would be great if the organization can describe dark matter and dark energy in greater detail in the next few years."

Brian, I won't think any country will allow private players to install any such sensors or observing objects in sky as a part of national security. Only government agencies like NASA, ISRO etc are allowed for such experiments.
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8/21/2015 | 7:55:48 AM
Re: Data analysis
"I agree with you. It is always better to use the right tool to interpret data. "

Shamika, you have any tool to share/suggest with the community.
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8/19/2015 | 11:52:13 AM
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@gigi I agree with you. It is always better to use the right tool to interpret data. 
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8/18/2015 | 6:00:15 AM
Very interesting photos
While lookig uo to the heavens yesterday I pondered what all the satellites do up there that we gave launched and here is a great representation of their work!  Thnks NASA!
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