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How do you be an astronaught?
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Asked in Doctor Who
Who was the astronaught that killed the doctor in Doctor Who?
What qualifications do you need to be an astronaught?
Asked in Robotics
What are some benefits of using a robotic rover on the moon?
Asked in The Moon
Is the mass of an astronaut more or less on the moon or on earth?
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What jobs can you get without a high-school diplom?
When is little big planets birthday?
LIttle big planets birthday is November 5th and if your playing that day if you check the playstation store there should be 2 or 3 new costumes. You get an astronaught,a cake costume (its only a birthday candle on your head) and possibly a pirate. Did i mension thats its FREE. So november 5th is its birthday. Good luck! :)
Asked in Solar Eclipses
Is there anyone ever been to the moon during a solar or lunar eclipse?
Asked in Neil Armstrong
What was neil Armstrong before he was an astronaught?
Before becoming an astronaut, Armstrong was an officer in the U.S. Navy and served in the Korean War. After the war, he completed his bachelor's degree at Purdue University and served as a test pilot at the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics High-Speed Flight Station, now known as the Dryden Flight Research Center, where he logged over 900 flights. He later completed graduate studies at the University of Southern California.
Asked in Planetary Science, Planet Mercury
What will happen to a human on mercury?
You probably already know this by now but I am going to answer anyway... It depends entirely on the time of day, apparently temperatures vary between 200 and 800 degrees so if it was at night and you had a specially designed astronaught suit you could survive. During the day, when the sun is at it's hottest it could melt lead, so figure that one out for yourself! lol. Regarding oxygen levels, I think there is little or no air, so once again if you have an oxygen tank in your suit you could theorhetically survive the night. My advice would be to make sure Bill Gates had nothing to do with the manufacturing of your equiptment, haha.
Asked in Science
When can you become an astronaught?
First of all you have to complete you high school diploma but you need to be really good in Physics, Mathematics and probably other sciences such as Biology, Earth Sciences, Chemistry. Then you attend usually an udergradute degree maybe a course such as astrophysics or switch from some other related background. Usually people don't go straight to become an astronaut, they need to specialize or have a career in some other closely-related field, like a scientist.You do however have to be one of the best in what you do. Finally if you are successful you get accepted by a space agency in your country, wherever that is you live. Then you have to train a lot before you travel into space. The path of astronomy is hard, but if you are willing to be one, then you have to work very hard.
Asked in NCIS
What is toney's past on NCIS?
OK first of all... that is not how you spell Tony... no there's "e" and Tony's past is... Tony was born to a very rich familly, his mother died when he was young, so he was stuck with his father to raise him. His father wasn't very good at this so Tony and his father wern't very attached. One time tony as a boy even made an astronaught costume out of dads suit. Tony decided to become a cop and his father never really supported his decition. In one of the more recent episodes it tells all of this. Also in that episode Tony's father is involved in one the cases. Tony finds out THAT HIS Father is now poor but spends all his money anyways. At the ends Tony ends up paying for his fathers hotel bill. And Gibb's forces Tony and his father to stay in touch more often. And they do.
Asked in Jobs & Education
How long does an astronaught have to be trained to go into space?
I found this on wikipedia after googling "astronaut" "Once selected, NASA astronauts go through 20 months of training in a variety of areas, including training for extra-vehicular activity in a facility such as NASA's Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory. Astronauts-in-training may also experience short periods of weightlessness in aircraft called the "vomit comet", the nickname given to a pair of modified KC-135s (retired in 2000 and 2004 respectively, and replaced in 2005 with a C-9) which perform parabolic flights. Astronauts are also required to accumulate a number of flight hours in high-performance jet aircraft. This is mostly done in T-38 jet aircraft out of Ellington Field, due to its proximity to the Johnson Space Center. Ellington Field is also where the Shuttle Training Aircraft is maintained and developed, although most flights of the aircraft are done out of Edwards Air Force Base."