The habitability of planets and other natural satellites refers to the methods of measuring the propensity of the planets to have conditions that are hospitable to life. However, a habitable environment may not necessarily support life. The study of planetary habitability is still new, and it is considered to be significant for astrobiology because of
Introduction History is full of information regarding rock formation and the processes that leads to their formation. According to Wager, Brown & Wadsworth (1960), among the most common types of rocks are the igneous rocks that forms layered intrusions. These rocks have recorded the oldest one more that 4.2 and distributed in various locations and
The idea of human cloning has moved from mere scientific fiction to reality since the cloning of first mammal, the Dolly sheep. The dignity of human lives has threatened the development of human cloning technology. While this has resulted to inevitable concerns questioning the credibility of human cloning technology, major concerns exist on pros and
The Sun's solar system composes and the planets – Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto. It comprises planetary satellites, multiple comets, meteoroids, asteroids, and the interplanetary medium. The Sun is the solar system's most effective form of electromagnetic energy (in the form of light and heat). The solar system circles the
  How Environmental Factors Effect the Life Cycle of a Seed Introduction Seed development is a highly differentiated process that occurs in stages and depends on various factors. The development processes of seeds into the blossoming plants that we see happen in many stages whose interplay with environmental factors ensures the progressive and healthy growth
Prelab Section Objective: The aim of the experiment is to analyze the reaction between potassium permanganate (KMn04) and oxalic acid (H2C2O4) using a spectrometer. It is also meant to enable learning about kinetics in particles and how it affects the reaction and how changes in temperature also impact the reaction rates (Saeed, Ilyas, Siddique, &
Supreme Court history. In accordance to the Due Process Clause as well as the Equal Protection Clause enforced by the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, the Supreme Court held a 5–4 decision that allowed same-sex couples to legally get married. Despite the Supreme Court quoting the constitution many other political and judicial critics
History of Exploration of Mars Mars, also known as the Red Planet, has faced intensive scientific examination. The Viking project launched by NASA in1968 focused on examining biological, physical, and related phenomena of the surface of Mars (NASA Special Publication 8). This space science program started with the desire to explore the possible life form