After the Soyuz spacecraft failed to get into orbit on 11 October 2018, it looked like Soyuz flights to the ISS might be on hold for a period of time and that the ISS would even need to be temporarily abandoned. Fortunately this has proved not to be the case and the next Soyuz will… Continue reading The future of the International Space Station
Welcome Welcome to the latest post from the Science Geek. I hope you have enjoyed my previous posts about the Moon. This time I will be writing about the origin of the word eureka which dates from ancient Greece and is an fascinating early example of applied science. Definition of Eureka The Cambridge online English… Continue reading Eureka !
Welcome Welcome to the latest post from the Science Geek. I must first start with an apology, as when I started this blog last month I intended to post something weekly. However in the last two weeks I have moved house and also been on holiday to Norway, out of the reach of the internet,… Continue reading The Acid Test