NASA created another successful space communication marvel by successfully transmitting a HD video using laser communication from space station to the Earth's surface.
Remember those sci-fi movies where in information travelled superfast using laser communication including spaceship propulsion using laser lights? Well the journey into that sci fi world has already started and the very first success has come in form of laser communication wherein NASA on 5th June 2014, successfully transmitted a high definition video message from International space station to the Earth's surface with perfect accuracy. The fete was achieved by NASA's project OPAL (Optical Payload for Lasercomm Science) which transferred the 175 megabit video message from space station several miles above the Earth's surface. This development will bring in major inroads in the field of data transmission and future deep space explorations. Let's see how this OPAL experiment works and what it holds in for us in the future and also how this laser transmission works.
Scientists Recreate Mars on Earth for Research and Space Expedition Programs avoiding both Cost of time and money spent on Space explorations
There are many people in the world who would look in the sky wishing to visit the red planet in space and for once experience the harsh nature of the planet Mars but what people don't realize is that the same dream is shared by space explorers, scientists and many people related to the field and for them conducting research on behavior of various experiments and test samples is very crucial and it's not like every now and then we have space explorations but very rare as it requires lots of work like building the spaceship, expenses of the equipment’s used, lakhs of hours of research and objectives tested only in theories and most of all space explorations not only are costly but are risky as well and not to forget the amount of junk that has been getting accumulated in space due to numerous space exploration projects.
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