HandWiki is a wiki encyclopedia and a content management for collaborative editing of articles on science, technology and computing. It is one of the world's largest encyclopedia. Registered users can post and edit articles, books, manuals and tutorials. One can login or request account using the top-right menu. Read more about HandWiki here.
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On May 30, 2020, SpaceX successfully launched first crew to orbit. This flight marks the first time US astronauts have launched into orbit from American soil in nearly a decade, and SpaceX is now the first company to send passengers to orbit on a privately made vehicle. For two astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley, this launch will be the second attempt. The first launch attempt, on May 27th, was postponed due to poor weather conditions.Read More..
Mathematics and Computer Science
Here are encyclopedic articles on abstract concepts applied to many branches of science. They unify foundations of mathematics with computing. Mathematics is an essential tool in computing, but computing is used as a main component in mathematical problem solving. These topics cover all branches of mathematics, statistics, computer science, data analysis, machine learning and information science.
Natural, Formal and Social Sciences
Here are article related to specific sciences organized by topic.
Companies, Organizations and People
Here are articles about organizations, companies and people contributing to research and technology. They serve to support the citations in HandWiki research articles and books.
Books, Monographs, Manuals and Tutorials
Here are books, monographs and tutorials. Books and manuals are organized as collections of articles, and typically span many wiki pages. A monograph discusses a detailed study of a single specialized subject. Monographs use a single wiki page.
Topical in-depth encyclopedias
Here are in-depth encyclopedias organized according the scientific fields supported in HandWiki.
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