The Charger Bulletin

Space, time, and adversity

Dylan Rupptrecht

December 10, 2014

Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones star in the new Focus Feature, The Theory of Everything. The two play Stephen Hawking and Jane Wilde in the story of how their relationship together would shape the course of their lives. After discovering that he has an extremely rare motor neuron disease and finding out that he only has a maximum of two years to live, instead of simply wallowing in th...

Maximizing Life Success Through Dorm Decor

Patricia Oprea

December 5, 2012

Most college students fill their rooms to the max with mementos in the form of pictures, posters, notes and ticket stubs from movies or concerts. However, furniture and decoration is never thought to have a deeper meaning beside its arrangement. Too many people, however, the position of furniture...

NASA Reveals New Ways into Space

Natalie Brandt

February 9, 2010

NASA is turning over moon travel to the private sector and will turn the transport of astronauts over to private companies. NASA introduced five such companies who have grants to work on transporting humans into orbit, including Boeing and Paragon Space Development on Feb. 2. NASA Administrator Charlie...

Russia hopes nuclear ship will fly humans to Mars

Joshua Van Hoesen

October 29, 2009

From The Associated Press MOSCOW – Russia should build a new nuclear-powered spaceship for prospective manned missions to Mars and other planets, the nation's space chief said Thursday. Anatoly Perminov first proposed building the ship at a government meeting Wednesday but didn't explain its...

Newly fixed Hubble’s deep space photos again amaze

Joshua Van Hoesen

September 9, 2009

From The Associated Press WASHINGTON – A refurbished Hubble Space Telescope is showing Earth the sharpest photos yet of cosmic beauty, complete with heavenly glows. NASA on Wednesday unveiled the first deep space photos taken by Hubble since its billion dollar repair mission last spring. That...

Orbiting junk likely to pass space station safely

Joshua Van Hoesen

September 4, 2009

From The Associated Press   CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – A piece of orbiting junk was expected to pass near the international space station Friday, but NASA said it would stay a safe distance away from the station and docked shuttle. The old rocket part was expected to pass within two miles of ...

‘Moon rock’ in Dutch museum is just petrified wood

Joshua Van Hoesen

August 30, 2009

From The Associated Press AMSTERDAM – It's not green cheese, but it might as well be. The Dutch national museum said Thursday that one of its prized possessions, a rock supposedly brought back from the moon by U.S. astronauts, is just a piece of petrified wood. Rijksmuseum spokeswoman Xandra van G...

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