I want to go on a cruise onto Jupiter at which point I will be hopping from one moon to moon and on the way visit objects in asteroid belt.
What should I pack for? Do I need light?
I'm predicting July 21, 2023.
No the Sun is
And on Earth we have Bette Midler
If it can’t be disproven then it’s a possibility. To think otherwise is very close-minded.
If sun's equivalent watts are placed on the ground, will it light up the entire cities? Or will it be so much light that people will become sick? Just an imaginary question.
An asteroid with its own moon, going 48000mph. So basically we won't see it?
Mars surface to low Mars orbit is around 4.3 km/s delta V, compared with 9.3 km/s for Earth surface to low Earth orbit. The first stage of the Saturn V rocket (~2500 t) by itself was able to give 2.7 km/s to the 736 t of stages 2 & 3 + payload.
So, making a space vehicle able to do that is a known factor.