By Don Herweck
Albert Einstein is without doubt one of the so much influential scientist and maximum physicist of the 20th century. He revolutionized our principles approximately time and house and is better recognized for his concept of relativity and his equation E=mc^2, and is the reason the connection among power and mass. through age 30, he was once thought of by way of many to be one of many world's maximum clinical thinkers.
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Above all, the study of the response of astronauts’ bodies, to prolonged periods in a weightless environment met one of the most important objectives of the Skylab program, simply to confirm that humans could survive in space for prolonged periods. Skylab fell from orbit in 1979 following just three missions, totaling 171 manned days. Salyut 1, meanwhile, was followed by a succession of six space station launches, each bearing the Salyut name. The combined lessons learned were of inestimable value.
Engineers have already tested two versions of the craft by dropping them from a B-52 aircraft over the California desert. The final version is anticipated for delivery in 2004. According to John Muratore, project manager for the X-38 project at Johnson Space Center in Houston: It’s an all-electric vehicle that uses high-tech lasers and fiber optics to initiate many of the on-board sequences. Although it utilizes cuttingedge technology, it gets its roots from science we’ve already successfully used for many years.
You can find Yuri [a Soviet cosmonaut] and I around the table 3 times a day. In fact the table, which is located in the Service Module, is kind of the social center of the ISS. Even though we only have 2 crew members now, it is where we congregate when we have time off. Of course there are no chairs around the table, what we do is float around the table while we prepare our meals and eat. There are a couple of handrails on the floor to slide your feet under to stabilize yourself. As for utensils, the only utensil we use is a spoon.