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Comets from the far reaches

Astronomers have determined that comets from the far reaches of our Solar system do not threaten the Earth. The discovery was made after computer modeling of the behavior of these objects. Article researchers appeared in the journal Science . and its summary is contained in the press release of the University of Washington, where the authors of the article.

In their study, the astronomers modeled the penetration into the inner part of the Solar system comets from the Oort cloud – a region whose borders, according to various estimates, are spaced from 2 to 50 thousand astronomical units. The temporal interval was modeled astronomers, was about 1.2 billion years.

Previously, scientists were convinced that the majority of comets with a long period (from 200 to millions of years) period of treatment, currently there are about 3200, with the outer part of the Oort cloud. It was believed that comets from the inner part of the cloud protects the Solar system gravitational field of Saturn and Jupiter, which do not allow these bodies to “annoy” the Earth and other small planets. Continue reading

The planets and the Sefirot

However, let’s look at the planets in order. As expected the Jews, let’s start from the end. and we will see that in the end contains the beginning (all as taught to us by “Sepher Yetzirah” ).

Pluto is the last (as it is known today) planet in the Solar system. It corresponds to the Sefira da’at – Awareness. Because, as I said, the Sefira that has two categories, the Pluton must have a pair.

If the Volcano as the second incarnation of Pluto you are not satisfied with (still hypothetical planet), to illustrate the provisions of Kabbalah to offer the well-known astronomical fact that Pluto is a double planet. Pluto has a satellite, which only slightly exceeds in size (this satellite is called Charon, not to be confused with the asteroid Chiron, which we’ll talk). Another more famous example of a double-planet pair of Earth-Moon.

The planets Neptune and Uranus correspond to the upper Hochma (Wisdom) and Bina (Analysis).

To illustrate this situation, refer to medical astrology. The position of Neptune in the Zodiac signs tells about the General condition of the organism (strong immunity, weak etc.). Continue reading

The next stage of the selection of volunteers for Mars mission

52 the Russian claim to a place in the team of Mars explorers. Ended the next stage of the selection of volunteers for the flight to the red planet. What the winners will receive the ticket one way, not confused by the hundreds of thousands of people around the world.

To found a new civilization from scratch wanted people from all around the world. Our correspondent Elena Gorshenina met with some of them and asked what they had fled in the Land, and what I want to do on Mars:

Deconflict, intelligent, with sense of humour – with such personal qualities Anastasia Barkhatova became the vanguard of humanity. A letter of selection as an astronaut, she received 1 January – as a Christmas gift. Now a graduate student in Microbiology prepares for Mars mission: hone your skills at the station of blood transfusion. Anastasia hopes: that she can win a ticket to Mars at one end.

Anastasia Barkhatova: “For such a task do not mind and life to assume the same for the benefit of mankind. Such a global mission, that fear is just silly”. Continue reading

The Museum of cosmonautics
The space Museum is one of the largest science museums in the world. The history of the Museum began in the second half of the twentieth century when, in 1964,…

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Designing spaceships to travel to distant worlds
Kate Green (Kate Greene) This is the sixteenth report on a project on modeling of human presence on Mars called HI-SEAS. On Tuesday, the crew of mission HI-SEAS for the…

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Witmore and Zionism
Vitmaras called intergalactic ship ("Big sky Chariot"), able to endure "in her womb" to 144 spacecraft Wightman type. The Wightman is a spacecraft ("Small Heavenly Chariot"), fit for travel directly…

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