astronomical

Something beyond Neptune

Astronomers have discovered the 9th planet of the Solar system?

Giant in the Kuiper belt

Perhaps, the ideas of humans about the Solar system far from reality. Scientists from the University of California, Michael brown and Konstantin Batygin has published a paper in which it is proved that in the Solar system there is at least one full planet .

For the first time sensational work of scientists was published in The Astronomical Journal, later it was reported by reputable scientific journals Science and Nature.

As stated in the work, a new planet, still do not have own names, was found by mathematical analysis of perturbations that experience the body the so-called “Kuiper belt” — space on the outskirts of the Solar system.

According to the calculations of brown and batygina, the ninth planet orbit is at a distance of 20 orbits from Neptune. Revolution around the Sun, this object travels in 10 – 20 thousand years. Planet, according to the findings of researchers exceeds the Land mass 10 times. Continue reading

Commercial space station

Second disclaimer: Denis Tito was the first cosmotourist, but not the first astronaut sent into orbit on a commercial basis. Even in 1990, Japanese journalist toyohiro Akiyama visited the orbital station “Mir” as a cosmonaut-researcher. For his training and flight paid Tokyo broadcasting Tokyo Broadcasting System (TBS) for promotional purposes.

But Dennis Tito became the first tourist in the classic sense of the word. He flew to the ISS in order to relax, spend time with pleasure, to film the Earth from the window I. to open a new era in the history of space exploration.

SPACE STATION

In the office of the Director General of the company “Orbital technologies” Sergey Kostenko – many diplomas for merits in development of space tourism and Photos with celebrities. “We’ve been working in the field of space tourism company Space Adventures, says Mr Aksyonov. – Initially it was just a workout space, and then, in 2001, there was Dennis Tito marked the beginning of a real flight. Continue reading

Jupiter, the largest planet in the Solar system

Ten interesting facts about the Solar system.

1.Jupiter absorbs space debris

We all know that Jupiter is a planet with a big red stain on the surface and a storm that never stops. Do you know that Jupiter is vital to the safety of the Earth? It is the largest planet and its correspondingly large gravitational force attracts space debris, which would be extremely dangerous, enter it into our orbit. Scientists have documented a number of cases when due to the force of gravity from Jupiter, cosmic debris out of the Solar system.

2.In our Solar system’s five dwarf planets

Dwarf planet is a rather large celestial body, which does not dominate its orbit to be called true planets. However, they do not revolve around other planets, like the Moon. Five dwarf planets include the recently demoted Pluto, Ceres, Eris, Haumea and Makemake. Continue reading

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