Exhibition about people on the moon

At this exhibition, you will have the opportunity to see the arrival of man on the moon. It is dedicated to the most important milestone of mankind. You will find many exciting experiences and more than 300 NASA artifacts from the era of the Apollo missions. Astronaut Charles Duke from…

Scientists grow plants in lunar soil for the first time in history

Scientists have managed to grow plants in lunar soil using samples collected during the Apollo missions to the Moon. This is the first time in history that plants have sprouted on Earth in soil from another celestial body. CNN writes about it. Research can lay the foundation...

A piece came off the moon and became the second quasi-satellite of the Earth

Earth may have a temporary second moon in orbit, according to InterestingEngineering. Our planet may have a second moon, first discovered in 2016, according to a new study published in the journal Nature. It is called Kamo'oalewa, which means ...

10 book and movie misconceptions about space that you should stop believing

Tomorrow, April 12, is Cosmonautics Day. Man first visited space 60 years ago. But how much do we really know about space? As it turned out, many of our ideas about him are wrong. These myths are lovingly cultivated by Hollywood films and low-quality ...

'Ark' on the Moon: Scientists Want to Create a Sperm Bank on Earth's Satellite

Scientists set out to develop plans for repopulation and began with a sperm bank - on the moon. They call it "modern global insurance policy." Scientists have proposed that humans create a repository of reproductive cells - sperm and eggs - of 6,7 million species on Earth, including humans. AND…

The United States signed an international agreement on the development of the moon: why Russia is not in it

NASA has signed an agreement with seven countries Artemis Accords to jointly implement the program for the exploration of the moon. Meduza told why Russia is not in the agreement and what will happen next. Australia, Great Britain, Italy, Canada, Luxembourg, the United Arab Emirates and Japan, together with the United States, will create a lunar transport system and infrastructure on its surface so that by 2024 ...

The Earth will soon have a second satellite: how is this possible

To the question: "How many natural satellites does the Earth have?" - there is a quick answer: “One. This is the Moon. " Surprisingly, this is not always the case. The moon is our permanent natural satellite, but sometimes the so-called temporary moons, or quasi-satellites, appear on the planet. Very soon…

A rare celestial phenomenon: why Halloween this year will be spookier than usual

This year's traditional creepy season is going to be even spookier! Not only is the full moon awaiting us on Halloween, but it will also be unusual - a rare “blue moon” will rise in the sky, writes CNN. The Halloween night sky will be illuminated with “blue ...

NASA will spend $ 28 billion on a new landing on the moon: how everything will happen

The American Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) announced the allocation of $ 28 billion for the implementation of the space program "Artemis-3" - a new manned flight to the moon, writes the Air Force. The crew will be composed of two astronauts - a man and a woman. The flight is planned to be carried out by 2024, ...

NASA asks private entrepreneurs to fly to the moon and bring soil from there

The American space agency NASA announced a competition among private companies that could fly to the moon and deliver samples of dust and soil from there to Earth. Writes about this "Voice of America". NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstein said NASA “will acquire lunar soil from ...

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