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Flight to Mars! Fiction?

Looks like little man one planet. So it tends to absorb the nearby. Even if she is away from us the distance that the average inhabitant of the Earth and can not imagine. Wanting to get to Mars abound. And even if there’s no air, and the question of the existence of water is quite ghostly… And even if back to Earth, to return people never will be… but why go to the lifeless Red planet, you ask? Answer only the elite know.

When first heard information about sending to Mars normal inhabitants of our planet, it looked nothing more than an April fool’s joke. And then announced that in 2023 really planned flight on this planet. But only one way.

They say that from those who received about 10 thousand applications. Selected 1058 people, including 52 Russians. These people are willing to volunteer a hitherto unknown expedition, but will fly only four. Call them the lucky ones do not dare. These people are directed by the interest and the strongest desire for change, although mission to Mars is too expensive, too bold and too risky venture. 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

Christmas comet Lovejoy
Good Christmas gift for this year all lovers of astronomical observations . New for 2015, the comet called Lovejoy C/2014 Q2 will reach visible magnitude, making it visible to the…

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The planet Jupiter
Jupiter, the fifth in distance from the Sun and the largest planet in the Solar system - distance from Sun-5.2 times further than Earth, and spends some turnover on orbit…

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Earth - Chronicles the life
The solar system is changing and nobody knows why Our Solar system seemed to be something static, immutable and eternal. This is not so. Only in the last 10 years…

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