Anyone who reads Discover Magazine online has most likely run into “Bad Astronomy” articles written by Phil Plait. Well, contrary to his awesome blog title, he writes on more than astronomy. And, to clarify, the astronomy he does consider is completely relevant and often informative and interesting. I recently came across a recent post of his titled “Homeopathy: There’s nothing to it”. I had no idea what homeopathy was so I read the little post and learned about a big problem. If you’re as curious about homeopathy as I was visit this article, which includes a youtube clip explaining the dangers of the placebo administering sugar pills.
So, I found this awesome internship opportunity, which I spent the last two hours filling out. After completing everything but the essay, I began looking at the FAQ’s only to find that I was ineligible.
Click here to see some pictures of potential future space technology. Some of NASA’s science-fiction ideas include rockets that run on antimatter and instruments that harness the Sun’s energy to travel through space. As cool as these ideas sound, NASA has many more immediate concerns such as the James Web Space Telescope, which is currently draining the fiscal assets.