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Planets of the solar system.

Solar system – 8 planets and over 63 of the satellite, which are opened more often, several dozen comets and many asteroids. All cosmic bodies move in their precise directional trajectories around the Sun, which is 1000 times harder than any body in the solar system combined. The center of the solar system is the Sun – the star around which orbits the turning of the planet. They do not emit heat and not light, but only reflect the light of the Sun. In the solar system now officially recognized as the 8 planets. Briefly, in order of distance from the sun, we list them all. And now a few definitions.

A planet is a celestial body that must satisfy four conditions:

1. the body must revolve around the star (for example, around the Sun);

2. the body must have sufficient gravity to have a spherical or similar shape;

3. the body should not be near its orbit of other large bodies; Continue reading

Open planet in honour of Day of Astronautics

One day in April Gagarin made his flight, and today we are on such a universal scale occasion will transcend time and space.

Time is not linear, reality is relative, and can simultaneously be in two different places. To prove it, in our current cultural ranking, we sort of go back in time to learn about the future. With undying love for “the Martian Chronicles” and warm memories of childhood on the theme of Kir Bulychev’s works we decided this time to make more distant and mysterious space journey, revealing along the way a couple of other unknown planets. So, the first point of our sci-Fi trip -1938 year.

The asteroid Vesta, around the Main asteroid belt

In earth time: 1938

Discoverer: Isaac Asimov, “In the thrall of Vesta”

What happens:

Three space travellers, survivors in the crash of a spaceship. Three airtight rooms, one spacesuit, three days ‘ supply of oxygen, a week’s supply of food and a year’s supply of water… Continue reading

The spaceships of our ancestors

Vitmaras called intergalactic ship (“Big sky Chariot”), able to endure “in her womb” to 144 spacecraft Wightman type.

The Wightman is a spacecraft (“Small Heavenly Chariot”), fit for travel directly between the Lands of different solar (stellar) systems and landing on them.

Remember that our ancestors called the Great Vitmara “Heavenly Chariot.” Such spaceships were intended for very long flights, for travel from one Galaxy to another. These space ships could carry, as mentioned earlier, at least 144 Wightman. The Zionism was used as a research spacecraft and to move between neighboring star systems that have been deleted on a relatively “small” distance, and also shopping.

There were two types of space ships — INTERGALACTIC — CLASS BIG VITMARA and GALACTIC CLASS — ZIONISM. Class of galactic space ships (Wightman) was used for travel within one Galaxy between the nearest star systems. Class of intergalactic space ships (Vaitmar) — to move between near and far Galaxies and nutrigenetic over long distances. Continue reading

Spielberg note
We live on a tiny planet with a single moon, orbiting a yellow star with multiple less than friendly stones nearby, and even less welcoming gaseous balls a bit further,…

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The price of a ticket into space again broke the record
Today the official price for a ticket into space — $62,75 million per person. For the money the Russian spacecraft Soyuz will carry to the ISS and returning on American,…

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Spielberg note
We live on a tiny planet with a single moon, orbiting a yellow star with multiple less than friendly stones nearby, and even less welcoming gaseous balls a bit further,…

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