Moon, 16 July 2017

I have set one of the telescopes of Harvard-Smithsonian Centre for Astrophysics to take a single shoot of Moon. The settings I have used are following:

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In three magazines at the same time!

These days you can read about my research project “GNSS FATIMA” – Satellite navigation system for Mars in three different magazines in three different countries and in three different articles.

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Cassini’s grand finale

One of the most successful planetary exploration missions in history is coming to its end. The end of the mission will not be just the finale. We all call it a grand finale. Cassini, we all, people on blue Earth, stand behind you.

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Sponsors for my new book about Mars?

I am working on my new book about exploration of Mars. This book will cover the past and current exploration and will be illustrated with many beautiful images from Mars (delivered by space probes). Expected publishing date is late 2017. Everything depends on money and funding, so I am looking for a sponsorship.

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Prop-M, the first rover on Mars

Many of us know the famous mobile robotic probes, exploring Mars – Opportunity, Spirit, Sojourner and of course Curiosity. But have you ever think about the very first one? And have you realized that the first rover on Mars, was none of these?

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