Google needs some “space” to map the “planets”

Is Google to map the inter-galactic planets and they need a big space for research?

Credits to the owner

Planetary Ventures, a Google subsidiary, will lease Moffett Field, one of the historic NASA’s facility for 60 years. The Hangar One is a huge building that can be found inside the Silicon Valley since 1930. Planetary Ventures invest more than $200 million for a 1,000 acre (405 hectares) which includes Hangar Two and Three, a golf course, runways and a flight operation building. They will use this vast amount of space for research to develop new technologies for space exploration, robotics and other high-tech fields.

NASA is using this facility as a center for their super computer and some critical mission like launching the Kepler a planet hunting telescope and to study the moon’s thin atmosphere.

Thank you so much for dropping by and reading this article. Visit our website regularly for more interesting and trending news and stories.

If you enjoyed this post, please share this with your friends and if you have any comment, please write below. Thanks!

Google needs some “space” to map the “planets” Google needs some “space” to map the “planets” Reviewed by TrendSpot on Saturday, November 15, 2014 Rating: 5

No comments