How Long Could You Survive In Other Planets of Solar System ?

How Long Could You Survive In Other Planets of Solar System ?

Earth is a beautiful place. You will surely start appreciate a lot more when you find out how long you will survive through other places of the Solar System. Without any protection, of course! And let me give you a clue: There is no place in the Solar System other than Earth, which you can survive longer than two minutes. Let’s start from the Sun. Will evaporate instantly. “Although I’ve heard that if you visit at night …” joked Niyl Degras Tyson …. LOL ( Check the Video bellow ) Mercury – no more than two minutes as long as...
What Would It Be Like To Stand On Venus?

What Would It Be Like To Stand On Venus?

  “Venus is often thought of as Earths twin sister, as they are of similar size, mass, gravity and composition. However, this is were the similarities end, as Venus is no place for life as we now it and the idea of humans walking on its surface one day is far beyond our current technological capabilities. But if we managed to create a suit of some sort, that did allow us to stand on the surface of Venus, what would it be like? Well standing on the planets surface would mean you would get to experience its scorching heat. Venus...
When We Are Going to Mars ?

When We Are Going to Mars ?

Mars is cold, red and dead Planet. However, it was once like Earth – covered with rivers and lakes. Even the day is 24 hours and 37 minutes …. Now days we are speaking more than ever about manned missions to the Red Planet, which will be implemented in the 30s years of the XXI century. Can we really successfully colonize Mars? The good news is that there is plenty of water. Scientists estimate that there are more than 5 million cubic kilometers of frozen water in the north and south pole of Mars. If we melt it all, we...
The March 2017 Night Sky

The March 2017 Night Sky

February is already history and it is time to look what is going to happen in the night sky in March 2017. Venus will have half a month to descend to the Sun and if succeeds (for now there is no reason to not) will no longer be visible after sunset in the west. For all its lovers I have to say that if you want to see it again, you need to twist your head east just before sunrise, but after a month. Mars is moving away, but we’ll still see in March. It follows Venus in the west,...
Saturn’s Rings Closer than Ever Before

Saturn’s Rings Closer than Ever Before

  The NASA’s spacecraft “Cassini” made one of the closest and detailed images of Saturn’s rings. Their level of detail is unprecedented. Currently runs the last mission of “Cassini” in which the machine will have to pass between the Saturn’s rings. This should be done in April. Pictures of rings A and B are quite impressive and can even distinguish small touches that usually are not visible. The small white vertical gashes visible in the image of ring A, NASA has chosen to called propellers because of their shape. They indicate imbalance in gravity near the ring caused by the...
A Year in Space

A Year in Space

    A few months ago NASA astronaut Scott Kelly  returned to Earth after nearly one year in space. This is the first man in history who was 340 consecutive days out of the Planet. The human body  undoubtedly reacts to this huge change. Let’s have a look what happens to it. So, what can a year in space do to the human body?   Vision One of the primary things researchers will be focusing on is the effect that being in space for almost a year had on Kelly’s vision, according to Scott. Scott said the majority of astronauts...
10 Interesting Moon Facts

10 Interesting Moon Facts

    The moon always acts hypnotically no matter in which phase is. The beauty that lives at night has inspired not only one romantic soul. Although we see it quite often almost never think about its nature. Here are some interesting facts about it: Lunar dust. One of the most bizarre yet dangerous substances on the moon is the lunar dust. It is fine like flour, but very rough, so permeates almost everywhere. Lunar dust creates a lot of headaches during missions: dust almost completely cut the shoe of an astronaut, penetrates the ships and spacesuits, causing ‘lunar hay...