OFor the last 60 years, human ingenuity allows us to send earthquakes into space. Unfortunately, it provides us with a way to clean it. Now, there is a cluster of 500,000 pieces of accidental "space junk" on our planet, some of which threaten valuable spacecraft, satellites, and modules seriously, which we rely on here in the earth. The rest are just curious, and occasionally sweet kind.
Most of these junks include broken satellite satellites and discarded rocket boosters, most of which can potentially damage the billion dollar satellite communication satellites. But there are some strange things in the garbage that strike more personal, human strings. And when a lot of things are lost in space – say, that famous spatula – finally re-entered the Earth's orbit, the next five things will be space-bound for the next five years.
During the Apollo 14 mission of 1971, Commander Alan Shepard – who became the first American known to fly ten years ago – climbed to the moon's surface. He has hit three golf balls in the Fra Maurya region of Chandra. Shepard's first two shots were not as good, but he said that the third ball "Miles and Miles and Miles" went ahead.
A Family Portrait
Charlie Duke was a moon module pilot on Apollo 16 and the tenth of the Moon. In 1972, when he walked on the moon, he was always the youngest person to do this. Duke's time on the moon was also special because he left behind: a photograph of his family, which is still there.
While the photograph itself is usually blurred, the text written below is probably intact. The inscription reads: "This planet is a family of astronauts Charlie Duke from Earth, who landed on the Moon on April 20, 1972."
Canadian actor James Depan was known for his portrayal of Scottish Chief Engineer Star TrekStarship Enterprises, Montgomery "Scoti" Scott. Seven years after the actor's death in 2005, his ashes were included in the Falcon 9 rocket space. His fleet under the agreement between Ahesis SpaceX and the Memorial Space Flight Company Celestis. Milana's remains were not alone: 308 other people's ashes were also on the flight. Each scripture brought a price tag of $ 2,995 per gram of Ash.
Old Weather satellites
Space agencies put numerous satellites out of their misery and put the satellites in the crowd. When satellites exist in relatively close orbit, their last fuel is used to slow it down as it comes out of the orbital emissions from the planet's atmospheric environment. At other times, the satellites go into controlled orbit and, instead of burning, come back to Earth in the Pacific Ocean on the shore of New Zealand, which is called "Spacecraft Cemetery .." and if the orbital orbit is large, its producers will be able to fly 200 miles away from Earth in orbit Strikes – One area called "Cemetery orbit". It's a scary part of space.
In 2017, a weather satellite is called Metioset-7 was sent to the final place of the cemetery. However, it has good performance: it was the longest operational meteorological satellite in European history.
Pop, P and Puke
It is true that humans have made the moon by humans. It is also true that some of them are made more specifically than others.
So far, astronauts have almost left behind Pop, Peer and Puke 96 bags on the Moon surface. It's a wonderful career of space exploration: To bring back the moon's rocks, cores and dirt, some things have to be left behind. Those things come out of things.