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Origami offers his designs for the moon and Mars

Origami offers his designs for the moon and Mars

Origami and high-performance fabric will transform the architectural plans smart human habitats and research stations on the moon and Mars. The first field testing of the project prototypes of buildings-origami MoonMars will be pr...

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2018-09-23

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Russia will not participate in the creation of the American lunar station

Russia will not participate in the creation of the American lunar station

Publishing "Interfax" with reference to General Director of "Rosatom" Dmitry Rogozin informs that Russia refuses the joint construction of a lunar orbital station Gateway because "can not afford to participate in the American proj...

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2018-09-22

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Japanese billionaire will become the first space tourist SpaceX

Japanese billionaire will become the first space tourist SpaceX

Company SpaceX has revealed the name of the person who will be the first to fly the BFR rocket to the moon. It will be a Japanese billionaire maezawa of Yusaku (Yusaku Maezawa), which launched the project and invited to flight eig...

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2018-09-18

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SpaceX will send tourists to the moon on a rocket BFR. Will fly if the Musk?

SpaceX will send tourists to the moon on a rocket BFR. Will fly if the Musk?

Nobody has seen Big Fucking Rocket (BFR) SpaceX rocket that can fly around the world, to the moon and even to Mars — in flight. But the company says it has already booked a place for private passenger for the trip around the moon....

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2018-09-14

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Five reasons to forget about Mars and to return to the moon

Five reasons to forget about Mars and to return to the moon

Hope for the colonization of Mars is based on the premise that we can terraform Mars, making it suitable for human habitation, with normal atmosphere and the temperature. But one recent study challenged this idea and concluded tha...

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2018-09-12

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Mining water on the moon will give us the space. Don't believe?

Mining water on the moon will give us the space. Don't believe?

Moon miners especially were jubilant this week when scientists announced they found strong evidence of the existence of water ice on the moon's surface. There is much more ice than we thought, and now we know exactly where he is. ...

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2018-08-27

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Until 2024 the United States will send astronauts to orbit the moon

Until 2024 the United States will send astronauts to orbit the moon

Speaking Thursday at the Space center Johnson in Houston Vice-President Michael Penny announced that the U.S. government expects to send up to the end of 2024 astronauts to the planned lunar orbital station with the aim of establi...

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2018-08-24

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Astronomers have confirmed the presence of ice on the moon

Astronomers have confirmed the presence of ice on the moon

hidden from direct sunlight lunar craters, located in the cold polar regions of our natural satellite, there are reserves of water ice. Future lunar colonists will be able to use it for the maintenance of the lunar settlements. Th...

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2018-08-22

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Lockheed Martin showed where the astronauts will live during missions into deep space

Lockheed Martin showed where the astronauts will live during missions into deep space

a Massive cylindrical housing may one day adopt four astronauts sent into deep space. Lockheed Martin showed how could look like such dwelling, on Thursday at Space center. Kennedy, where the aerospace giant's contract with NASA i...

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2018-08-19

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China told about the lunar Rover

China told about the lunar Rover "Chang'e-4", which will go on the back side of the moon

China had shown images of the lander and Rover, which will travel this year on the back of the moon using a spacecraft "Chang'e-4". According to local newspaper "Xinhua", the Rover is a rectangular block with two sliding solar pan...

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2018-08-16

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How many and how to watch the solar Eclipse of August 11, 2018

How many and how to watch the solar Eclipse of August 11, 2018

the Summer of 2018 continues to delight us with the amazing events that happen around our planet. Recently we could observe , and on the 11th of August we will have the opportunity to see a partial solar Eclipse. Will tell who was...

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2018-08-07

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A colony on the moon: a real future or fantasies of billionaires?

A colony on the moon: a real future or fantasies of billionaires?

"In my childhood, — says the scientific editor of Wired Eric Niiler, — my brother could not get enough of «Space: 1999», a series of mid-70s who hypnotized us with cool special effects, lovely Barbara Bain, who played to...

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2018-08-02

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Well, watched the Eclipse? For those who slept: photo

Well, watched the Eclipse? For those who slept: photo

Yesterday . The longest in the 21st century. To say that it was beautiful, nothing to say. A special pleasure was received by the inhabitants of the Eastern and North-Eastern regions, including in Moscow, as the Eclipse began afte...

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2018-07-28

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VTSIOM: more than half of Russians do not believe in the Americans landing on the moon

VTSIOM: more than half of Russians do not believe in the Americans landing on the moon

According to the latest survey of the national center for public opinion studies, more than half of Russians (57 percent) are convinced that no landing on the moon was not. According to respondents, the American government falsifi...

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2018-07-27

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27 July will be the longest total lunar Eclipse in 100 years

27 July will be the longest total lunar Eclipse in 100 years

on 27 July, the Earth will pass between the sun and the moon, will cast a shadow on our satellite and will color it red. It can be observed long enough, as a total lunar Eclipse will be the longest in the last 100 years. the tota...

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2018-07-23

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#gallery | Preparing for the first manned mission to the moon. As it was

#gallery | Preparing for the first manned mission to the moon. As it was

the Twentieth of July 1969, exactly 49 years ago, the astronauts of the manned spacecraft "Apollo 11" were the first human landing the moon. Years of effort, dangerous experiments, grueling workouts and ambitious missions are not ...

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2018-07-20

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Why the Americans did not fly to the moon more than 45 years since the last landing?

Why the Americans did not fly to the moon more than 45 years since the last landing?

the Landing 12 astronauts on the moon remains the greatest achievement of the American space Agency NASA. During these trips, the astronauts collected samples of lunar soil, conducted video and photography of the satellite, conduc...

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2018-07-17

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Before the end of this year, Israel wants to send to the moon lander

Before the end of this year, Israel wants to send to the moon lander

Israel wants to end the year to carry out a mission sent to the moon lander. For the country it will be the first such space mission. The project is a non-profit organization SpaceIL, as well as state concern Israel Aerospace Indu...

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2018-07-11

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The main problem of the future colonists of the moon – dust

The main problem of the future colonists of the moon – dust

Humanity is not only to return to the moon, but in the future even founded a colony. Such ambitious plans require extensive training, especially given the extremely hostile local environment. In an effort to find ways to protect a...

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2018-07-09

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Blue Origin wants to do something that not even the Soviet Union. The company has colonized the moon before 2023

Blue Origin wants to do something that not even the Soviet Union. The company has colonized the moon before 2023

E. C. Charania, Director of business development for Blue Origin, said that private aerospace company plans to complete the mission to land on the moon until 2023, which will mark a "return to the moon." Yes, the company is Jeff B...

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2018-07-06

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