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The SOLAR SYSTEM’s NINTH PLANET BATYGIN NEPTUNE NEW PLANET

Why Just the ninth planet in the Solar system, according to the International astronomical Union (IAU), there are eight planets. Pluto the IAU decision in 2006 is no longer considered a planet by going to the class of dwarf planets because it is not dominant in its space orbit. According to scientists, the Solar system may be over two thousand dwarf planets. However, the definition of a planet as a dwarf is still a matter of controversy. In particular, a crucial role may play the size of a celestial body.

Therefore, to say that discovered ninth planet in the Solar system very early.”

The scientist reminded that beyond the orbit of distant planets in the Solar system has many objects that are studied by astronomers. Among them was discovered a new heavenly body, which claims the title of planet in the Solar system.

According to the authors, it is a gas giant with a mass of 5-10 times the mass of the Earth. This planet supposedly moves in an elliptical orbit, making a complete revolution around the Sun for 10-20 thousand years. According to the calculations of astronomers to confirm the planet’s existence by observation through the telescope, will take several years. Continue reading

Gravity puzzle, or how space ships can cover vast distances in the Universe

It turns out that people have learned to make interstellar travel over huge distances. Previously it was thought that use gravity for space jump can only sverhrazdutoe of civilization, as fuel is always limited — it is impossible to bring as much as you want. However, science has leaped forward. Not everyone knows about what happened is a real space revolution.

This principle, the flights with the help of gravity, demonstrated in the sensational film “interstellar”. Read more about this amazing phenomenon tells Kip Thorne, a theoretical physicist, consultant to the film (he invented everything that has to do with science) and the author of the book “interstellar. The science behind the scenes” .

The view from the ship, performing a gravitational slingshot

Though Director Christopher Nolan decided not to show the gravitational slingshot (maneuvers, which we describe below) in “interstellar” Kip Thorne was curious, as if they saw Cooper, the main character, piloting the “Ranger” to the planet Miller. So he is using his equations, modeled images for a camera that would Record with the Ranger, making the maneuver around the black hole before landing on planet Miller. Continue reading

On the Day of cosmonautics

April 12 (cosmonautics Day) is one of the outstanding dates in the history of the world. It is in this auspicious day super booster successfully launched into orbit the first ever space ship “Vostok-1” with the first cosmonaut, a citizen of the Soviet Union, Yuri Gagarin.

“Man is ever weary of the country in which he lived, and tried his best to push. The desire for the Unknown, to the knowledge of what was outside of his native place — the home, the field, the planet has always been one of his most powerful feelings”.

Cosmonautics day — a memorable date, celebrated on April 12, installed to commemorate the first manned flight into space, it is a celebration of the human mind, of intelligence.

Unknown to the mankind was Space. But in 1957 changed everything. “The beginning of the Space age marked by the launch on 4 October 1957 the first Soviet artificial satellite of the Earth. News of the launch of the satellite inscribed in Golden letters in history”.

“The space age… With these words, the majority of the inhabitants of the Earth are related some concrete representation”. Meanwhile, the history of Space exploration is to our eyes. Continue reading

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Jupiter thousands of years ago named after the king of Roman gods, and reigns among the nine planets of our Solar system, rivaling the Sun in its splendor. The largest…

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