Posted by Admin on November 23, 2010 ·
Top secret U.S. ‘eavesdropping’ satellite blasted into space on back of 235ft rocket
A top secret U.S. spy satellite strapped to one of the most powerful rockets in the world blasted into space yesterday.
The satellite was described by the National Reconnaissance Office as ‘the largest in the world’.
It is believed it will help the U.S.’s eavesdropping abilities.
Posted by Admin on July 25, 2010 ·
World is a barren land without construction work, in fact life would be baseless, meaningless and worthless without construction. From highways to railways, from houses to buildings, from airports to space stations, we have collected the top 10 most expensive construction works of history, and ranked them on basis of estimate cost of construction, we start if from number 10.
10- Mon-Fayette Expressway
Posted by Admin on May 19, 2010 ·
The commercial aircraft of the future are on today’s drawing tables. Some of those new designs surfaced this week when NASA announced the results of its Fundamental Aeronautics Program. In the 18-month exercise, heavy-hitting industrial and academic groups contemplated specific operational, environmental, and energy efficiency goals for air travel in 2030 and beyond.
Posted by Admin on December 8, 2009 ·
The light from most of the stars and other objects like planets in this universe is twice as invisible. It may come but in the form of infrared and heat radiation, with the wavelengths too long for our eyes to pick up. Moreover, most infrared wavelengths do not penetrate the Earth’s atmosphere to get to our unseeing eyes.
So to take a proper inventory of space mischief, astronomers have had to take [...]