You know, one where you switch off everything the moment you step outside the premises of your office.
Workaholic , in all honesty. In a less military and a more scientific oriented world, NASA would publish a tender and put Hubble to an auction.
What is best? And believe it or not, uninterrupted breaks are actually essential to creative and critical thinking. As is, Hubble is expected to work until at least 2020, the review stated. Just a thought: Leave a Reply Want to join the discussion? SpaceX wins publicity, the buyer wins a unique scientific instrument capable of performing science for another quarter of century.
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It has ample redundancy. Feel free to contribute! Rather than sending a team very expensive, and not yet feasible to upgrade Hubble at this point, the most urgent need would be to send up a remotely controlled small booster — nothing complex, just latch on and gently get it up to a safer altitude where it can continue to do its great work.
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It helps your bright little brain stay sharp by avoiding switching tasks. I can only imagine how hard it is to break a habit but this is the only way for you to have an actual restful break.
We want to have enough energy for other important matters in our life. You deserve a sufficient amount of rest. Just think about the chemical make up.
I mean have you seen the coworking spaces around here? We have the ability to shape the space that surrounds us in the same way that it shapes us. The update enables Hubble to see more infrared than today, and lets Hubble couple itself with JWST and we all get a virtual scope with a million miles wide mirror, since the distance between the two is going to be approx a million miles. Like Loading...
It would surprise me a lot to hear the red spot was an impact crater. Not heard anything about them for a while.