Thursday, 10 July 2014

Jeremy Keller

Jeremy Keller


I am very much in favour of flying cars.

The Maverick Flying CarPhoto: They look like they may never want to come down.

How about the others performing as well as the i3 in the Euro NCAP? Carbon fibre seems to be the answer.

The Moon

But how would the Earth appear in the lunar night?

I find it annoying that the Moon is the Earth's celestial neighbour and natural satellite yet I can't even go there.

I am also in favour of lunar mountaineering. I believe mountaineering on the Moon would be easier than on Earth due to there being less gravity.

I would also like to see the wreck of Luna 2. I believe Luna 2 was the first man-made object to reach the lunar surface. Furhermore, I believe the wreck of the Titanic was eventually located and photographed.


How about NASA sending a rover to explore Olympus Mons? I believe this gargantuan mountain is the biggest in the solar system.

Olympus Mons. (Biggest mountain in the Solar System!)

My surface.

I am featured on the BBC website.

Saturn and Moons

Would Saturn be visible in the night sky of Titan? If so, would it resemble a spherical rainbow in the murky haze?

Photo: Saturn’s Largest Moon Would Host Really, Really Weird Life

“There’s a world I want to take you to, a world far different from our own, but one that may harbor life. If it does, it promises to be unlike anything we’ve ever seen before” -- Neil deGrasse Tyson in Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey

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Another moon of Saturn's appears to have two conjoined craters resembling dividing cells. How would it appear if an observer was standing where the two craters appear to meet?

Having seen so many artist impressions I would now like to see how such scenes would really appear.