These days we are celebrating the 50′ anniversary of the Apollo mission to the Moon. I have collected some of the photos that I have taken during the exhibition last year.
What do you think, is it possible to live with Universe but without meat and animal products? Yes!
Take a short pause in your daily rush, make yourself a coffee and have a look on the last photos taken by Opportunity on Mars.
Professor Martin Rees on space exploration.
On Monday, 26 November 2018, were many of us watching the landing of another automatic planetary probe on Mars. The newest robotic inhabitant of Mars is called InSight.
On Monday November 26, 2018 a next big step in solar system exploration will happen. New robotic probe will land on Mars.
Are you a farmer and you are trying to get from your agriculture field most what you can but you would like to keep the soil rich for the next seasons? Take a look at this solution!
I was invited to a National Geographic’s official premiere of a new documentary movie about planet Mars.
Some information about my research project – “Theoretical concept of global navigation satellite system for Mars”. Continue reading
Are you ready to watch the live coverage of NASA’s InSight mission to Mars? Join me online.
On December 13, 2017, it was the 45 years since the last moonwalk.
This book is a collection of articles, texts and research published on pages of Science & Mars Journal – International Journal of Mars Research (ISSN 2453-8760). The content covers the years 2013-2017. Science & Mars Journal is a scientific magazine, which is in operation since year 2013. The aim of the journal is to create an opportunity to publish research articles of students, researchers, scientists and various scholars without a need to pay for publishing.
Few days ago we have started one long email discussion with my colleagues and friends from various institutions – some private space companies, NASA, etc..
Have you ever ben looking for web service showing the actual GNSS systems or services availability?
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?