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Who From History Would You Like To Meet?

Sources: Statesman Journal | All Things Michael

Some kids were asked by a local newspaper to name someone from history that they would like to meet. 257 more words

Michael Jackson

Bicycle Astronomy Makes a Housecall!

Yesterday was my first day on the Bicycle Astronomy cargo bike in many months. I rode to work and then to the grocery store to reprovision the… 519 more words


Arianespace Soyuz Twin Galileo Satellite Launch

Video & Image Credit & Copyright: Arianespace & ESA.

With the 11th Soyuz launch from the Guiana Space Center in French Guiana, Arianespace continues to deploy the Galileo constellation for the European Commission and the European Space Agency (ESA). 228 more words


An Occasion to Hail U.S.-EU Cooperation on Galileo

By Brian Hardesty, Political-Military Officer at the U.S. Mission to the EU

The successful launch of the seventh and eighth Galileo satellites is cause for a toast – on both sides of the Atlantic. 502 more words

Transatlantic Relations

Science Series: The Myth that Galileo Goes to Jail

Everyone knows the story of how Galileo was persecuted by the church: after inventing the telescope, Galileo turns the lenses to the stars and proves that the earth revolves around the sun and not the sun around the earth. 993 more words