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Just saw the article about the possibility that Mars' two moons were once part of a larger moon that had shattered. Interesting. So, i know this is a little premature , but if Mars' two moons were pushed back together , would the new moon constitute enough gravity to create tides in the land of Mars ?
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Career educator at multiple levels - Elementary, Secondary, College. Currently working with foster-care children many of whom have expressed significant interest in learning more about Space and Science topics. Since many have deficits in Reading, providing accurate information about Space in multiple ways is essential.
In 1970 as a Design Engr at SBRC (Santa Barbara Research Center) I shared an office w/Jim Kodak who designed 1st instrument to leave the solar system> He drew the 1st CL on my layout design of the MSS (Multispectral Scanner) launched in 1972 onboard the LandSAT 1 it was 1st satellite to scan entire planet in a polar orbit, photos of Earth in every Atlas now w/a Resolution of 30m (100ft)
As a Design Engr at RocketDyne in 1964 I designed an Impulse Load Cell to CALIBRATE Rocket Thrusters OR No one was coming back from moon as it REQ'D a "Dock in Space" Neil Armstrong proved it out on 1965 Gemini project as 1st astronaut to "Dock in Space"> Any well-trained Primate could've docked & several did
With the rise of our ideology of instant gratification, excess light pollution has ended my ability to stargaze within my residential area. It's so sad how conveniences such as light comes at other's expense.