Since the start of the Space Age in the late 1950s, scientists were often surprised about what was found by space probes and remote detection devices. Probe results were often described as “surprising” or “unexpected”. In 1950 there were four major assumptions that were directly or indirectly used in developing predictions about what would be expected by probes in the then quickly approaching space age. If those ideas were so accurate, why were there so many surprising discoveries during the space age? This presentation addresses that issue.
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