Esa's New Satellite

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  1. 9lines

    9lines Member

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    European Space Agency just sent a satellite to space to try and prove Einstein's theory. Will they be lucky in discovering gravitational waves suggested to be existing by Albert Einstein? Remember one of their satellite disappeared in deep space without any trace.
     
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  2. SkaterBaker

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    A mission like this was supposed to launch years back, you had NASA's LISA and TPF or Planet Finder mission and other greats from the science heads in the United States...of course than came the Bush and Obama years and all we have seen are NASA's science budgets gutted each year upon year and Americans having to hitch rides on a Russian rocket to get to space. http://news.discovery.com/space/a-farewell-to-lisa-110408.htm I wonder if what they say about China is true, maybe they will be first to build a base on the Moon or Mars?
    Anyways congrats to ESA, the Europeans rarely ever cancel missions once approved, disovery of gravitational energy waves and use of them for observation and experiments could be of great benefit to humanity
     
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