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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

Space tourism

Focus on the future characteristic of all mankind. The progressive development of society necessarily reflected in tourism. So, the era of space exploration marked the beginning of space tourism. Mankind began to think about the possibilities of travelling to distant stars. In 2001 Russia launched the first space tourist – the American citizen Denis Tito. Space tour cost him $20 million Space tourism is still very expensive form of tourism. But the growing interest in space travel is forcing tour operators to develop tours of the space, work for the future.

Russia launched the first space tourist – the American citizen Denis Tito. Space tour cost him $20 million.

Japanese Association of Aeronautics established a study group on problems of development of space tourism. The session was attended by over 40 representatives of scientific organizations. The Japanese have developed the concept of tourist rockets reusable, which is able to take a 3-hour space flights with 45-50 tourists on Board. Average tourist flight will cost $25 thousand Is equivalent to the cost of round-the-world journey on sea cruise liner. Continue reading

NASA scientists have discovered the Solar system’s tail

NASA scientists have discovered the Solar system’s tail, like a comet “Tail” of the Solar system, consisting of a flow outgoing from the Sun fast-moving charged particles, shaped like a four-leaf clover. The length of the plume is still unknown. The Solar system turned out to be the tail, NASA

American scientists have found that the Sun moves in space, leaving behind a tail like a comet .

These unique data obtained by the NASA experts. the guiding mission of the IBEX spacecraft, ejected into orbit five years ago.

The probe instrument helped astronomers to see two streams of charged particles coming from the poles of the Sun. Two more flow out on the sides of the star, so her tail resembles a four-leaf clover, NASA said.

Previously, the tailings were observed in some stars, but the fact that it has and our Central luminary, became for scientists a complete surprise. As far as the long tail of the Solar system, astrophysicists still can not say. Continue reading

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Planet in February 2016
In February, continuing a run of parade of the five planets - mercury, Venus, Saturn, Mars and Jupiter lined up in the morning sky. In early February, their background will…

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