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Colonization of Mars Begins in 2013
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Colonization of Mars Begins in 2013

February 18, 2013If your dream is to travel to a different world, then Mars One, Dutsch non-profit organization could make it real. Not so long ago the organization released its basic requirements to apply for a trip to Mars. There is no information about any Dutsch space program, so many people may consider Mars One mission as a scam, or at least just dreaming.

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Solar System's Tallest Mountain

February 12, 2013This mountain is located on the fourth planet from the Sun - Mars. It is called Olympus Mons (Mount Olympus in Latin) and is almost 22 km (14 miles) tall, which makes it the highest known mountain in the Solar System. For comparison, the tallest mount on Earth is Everest with height of 8848m (29 029 ft), or nearly 3 times shorter than Olympus Mons.
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Colonization of Mars Begins in 2013

February 18, 2013If your dream is to travel to a different world, then Mars One, Dutsch non-profit organization could make it real. Not so long ago the organization released its basic requirements to apply for a trip to Mars. There is no information about any Dutsch space program, so many people may consider Mars One mission as a scam, or at least just dreaming.
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Voyager 1 is at the edge of the Solar System

Voyager 1 it is at the edge of the solar system and is the only earth vessel that reached this frontier.December 10, 2012Voyager 1, a NASA’s unmanned spacecraft, is on the verge of a historical event – it is at the edge of the solar system and is the only earth vessel that reached this frontier. Voyager 2, it’s “sibling”, follows Voyager 1 3.
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Giving Ferrofluid Thrusters to Nanosats

September 03, 2013Have you ever heard of nanosats? These are spacecraft the size of a smartphone. As I write this, 40 or more of these nanosats orbit the Earth performing simple, yet highly valuable, tasks for NASA, the US DOD, and some private companies.But next on the schedule for these tiny spacefarers: giving them thrusters.
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New Wormhole Theory from New York

December 04, 2013Wormhole, known in theoretical physics as Einstein-Rosen bridge, is a suggestion that a shortcut between two locations in space and time is possible. Theoretically two points exist normally in two-dimensional plate and an Einstein-Rosen bridge may be formed if the plate is folded in third dimension, which brings these locations closer to each other.
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The mysteries of the Van Allen Belts

November 03, 2015 Image Source:Nature World News, Andy Kale, University of Alberta In 1958, US satellite Explorer 1 transmitted valuable information about radiation back from above the Earth. Professor James Van Allen discovered a group of charged particles which were creating two distinct belts of radiation.
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