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  1. The emerging space technology In the modern world, science and technology are fast-growing things, and as we can see a lot of new space technologies are about to be produced or invented. Which one do you expect the most and which one do you think might be the most useful for humans or for space exploration?
  2. Did you hear about the first ever UK-built Mars rover? The launch schedules for 2022 The overall objective of this mission is to investigate the presence and history of water on Mars to consider the question of whether or not life either has existed or still does exist there.
  3. This is even problematic now to get there and I think that we are not ready for that. Our technology is too we and still need an improvement. Probably in 10 years we will be able to send crewed mission on the red planet but not now.
  4. I consider that we can use Mars not for living aims. If Mars has some fossils we can use for our benefits, we can use red planet for that purpose. But now we can only dream and discuss that as our technology is too weak for that.
  5. According to some sources the Earth-like planet was found. "Earth Like Planet Found orbiting Proxima Centauri" by Al Paslow, published Sept.1, 2016; updated June 12, 2017, Mystic Sciences. Amazing detailed online article with artist illustration Earth Like Planet Found orbiting Proxima Centauri | Mystic Sciences MYSTICSCIENCES.COM This artist’s impression shows a view of the surface of the planet Proxima b orbiting the red dwarf star Proxima Centauri, the closest star to the Solar System. The double star Alpha Centauri AB also appears in the...
  6. The surface of Venus might be more tolerable for simple extremophile organisms or even for humans but the pressure and high temperature makes it impossible even to send crewed mission there. There are a lot of similarities between Earth and Venus but if we wanna talk about crewed mission on another planet, Mars is a better place to survive, notwithstanding the harsh environment and high level of radiation.
  7. The comparing Mars and Venus tells that Mars is much more better place for humans to live. Even if that was possible (switching orbit and the removal of H2SO4) , the atmosphere of Venus is around 91× denser than Earth's atmosphere, with other words, the air pressure is around 92 bar. Besides that Venus lacks a planetary magnetic field, has a very thin ozon-layer and worst of all: it rotates the wrong direction! So from all the planets in our solarsystem, Mars is still the most survivable. Mars lacks a magnetosphere, so solarwinds can cause a problem. But with a normal Moon-spacesuite, human
  8. The consideration to keep in mind is called space junk, we got quite some trash up there in orbit of our planet. It's considered not to be a problem due that the size of the object would burn in our atmosphere. But we of Asgardia want to go to space and we require to keep in mind out of the prospect of security, what do we do about the space junk? And is there a possibility that space junk might be dangerous for Earth and its` population?
  9. How to apply the red-shifting-of-light explanation of the darkness of the sky to the space between the Earth and the Moon: we see this area dark though the Sun's light travels through it?
  10. Do you know any of spacecraft that can be used for microgravity missions and experiments? Nowadays it`s rather popular and useful to use uncrewed guided space vehicles for particular microgravity missions. I found some of them that can even used in universities to collect data on the ambient conditions.
  11. The Sun has a huge affect on our technology on Earth and in space. So scientists trying to get as much information about Sun`s activity as it possible. Can you tell me Sun`s exploration missions or spacecrafts that took part in that missions or future project that are about to happen in the future?
  12. Desertification is a type of degradation of land in which the land becomes more arid. Desertification is a direct result of global warming, and approximately 12 million hectares of productive land becomes barren due to desertification annually. Remote sensing technology can be used to measure the extent of desertification. Could you ever thought that in order to fix that stuff scientists start to use satellite technology which helps scientists observe the land?
  13. Desertification is a type of degradation of land in which the land becomes more arid. Desertification is a direct result of global warming, and approximately 12 million hectares of productive land becomes barren due to desertification annually. Remote sensing technology can be used to measure the extent of desertification. Could you ever thought that in order to fix that stuff scientists start to use satellite technology which helps scientists observe the land?
  14. Have you heard that the Earth’s climate is heavily affected by the amount of energy radiated onto Earth by the sun. The amount of radiation from the sun influencing Earth and the way in which this radiation is distributed across the various seasons and latitudes around the Earth, is directly influenced by changes in solar activity. This piece of information I`ve found on the web of uk space news. Satellite uses | Skyrora WWW.SKYRORA.COM What are satellites used for? Find out why launching satellites is so important and how can world benefit from using satellite imag
  15. This artificial habitat must be strong enough to resist the high radiation level and low temperature. The idea of ISS located near the Mars seems the most advanced but still, we don`t know how to get it there.
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