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NASA Engineer Develops Tiny, High-Powered Laser to Find Water on the Moon

Berhanu Bulcha shows off his terahertz laser technology in his lab at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md. Credits: NASA/Michael Giunto

Finding water on the Moon could be easier with a Goddard technology that uses an effect called quantum tunneling to generate a high-powered terahertz laser, filling a gap in existing laser technology.

Locating water and other resources is a NASA priority crucial to exploring Earth’s natural satellite and other objects in the solar system and beyond. Previous experiments inferred, then confirmed the existence of small amounts of water across the Moon. However, most technologies do not distinguish among water, free hydrogen ions, and hydroxyl, as the broadband detectors used cannot distinguish between the different volatiles.

Goddard engineer Dr. Berhanu Bulcha said:

a type of instrument called a heterodyne spectrometer could zoom in on particular frequencies to definitively identify and locate water sources on the Moon. It would need a stable, high-powered, terahertz laser, which was prototyped in collaboration with Longwave Photonics through NASA’s Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program. […]

Biography of Nasa Scientist Dr. Engineer Berhanu T. Bulcha

He received an M.S. degree in electrical engineering from Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA, USA, in 2011, and a Ph.D. degree in microwave engineering from the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, in 2015., He is currently a Design and Test Engineer at Virginia Diodes, Inc., Charlottesville, VA, USA. His research interests include development of compact millimeter and submillimeter wavelength devices and systems for different applications. (Based on document published on 4 August 2016).

20 Awesome websites@pechacek_amy

1. http://Axiom.Ai No code automation On this site, there are bots to automate basically anything on the internet.

2. My 90’s TV! TV simulator showing shows, music videos, ads, and trailers from the 1990’s.

3. Jot Form This site has over 10,00 free online form templates for whatever you want.

4. Drive & Listen Listen to local radio stations while virtually driving through cities around the world.

5. Open Source This site has free alternatives to mainstream saas products.

6. The Colors of Motion It shows the color palette of your favorite movies.

7. Tiny Wow This site has free tools for pretty much anything you need to do online.

8. City Walks Walking tour of cities around the world. Is very enjoyable to have on in the background.

9. WolframAlpha Uses AI to answer complex questions in math, science, and life.

10. McBroken This is not a joke. This website tracks which McDonald’s ice cream machines are broken worldwide.

11. WindowSwap Views from different windows all across the world. Pretty cool if you ask me.

12. Scale of the Universe 2 This will allow you to explore the size and scale of things in the universe.

13. What does the internet think A very cool and scary tool… You can find out the percentage of positive, negative, and indifferent connotations to any topic spoken about online.

14. Photopea Simple free editing platform.

15. Caffeine Informer Where are my coffee lovers?? Discover the caffeine amounts for over 4,000 items..

16. Open Peeps Hand-drawn illustration library for free use.

17. Does the dog die? This site warns you of distressing scenes in films, games, shows, books etc.

18. Mount Everest 3D This is just really cool. It’s an interactive 3D map of Mount Everest.

19. Live Internet Stats Also cool and scary. It has real-time statistics on the internet and social media usage.

20. InnerBody This site offers an interactive guide to human anatomy. It’s an easy way to study the human body’s various systems and segments, perhaps to teach students in school.

How Writing Contributes To A Librarian’s Career

There are many ways in which librarians can advance and develop their careers, like taking different courses or attending conferences. However, one may be underutilized method is to improve through writing. Guest writer Siobhán McGuinness shares how writing helped her throughout her career.[…]

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