Russia launched on December 11 a navigation satellite for its GLONASS constellation. Located aboard a Soyuz-2-1b / Fregat rocket, it took off from the Plesetsk Cosmodrome at 08:54 UTC. The vehicle was placed in a circular orbit of about 19,000 km altitude. This is the Uragan-M-50 satellite (or GLONASS M-59), which has been baptized as
One woman reported that on an American Airlines flight she was forced to change her shirt by carrying a “Hail Satan” message. The passenger, who was traveling from Key West to Las Vegas (USA), said a crew member told her to take off the “offensive” shirt or be expelled from the plane, BuzzFeed News reports. Swati Runi Goyal, 49,
In the 40s, the writer and scientist Isaac Asimov proposed in his science fiction works the idea of obtaining solar energy in space and sending it to Earth, thus taking advantage of this source of energy without limitations. Today, systems for obtaining solar energy in space have ceased to be something possible only in science fiction.
Ethiopia will launch its first satellite on December 17 and will be used in the fields of agriculture and mining, said Solomon Belay, director of the Institute of Space Science and Technology of Ethiopia, in an interview with the Ethiopian News Agency (ENA). Belay said the ETRSS-1 satellite will represent an annual saving of USD 12 million in imaging
Money may not give you happiness, but what it does make possible is to fulfill dreams or at least facilitate the way to make them come true. It seems that it is common among the main technological magnates at the time they looked at the space, but Jeff Bezos thought to go much further in that of space
Mandalas and multicolored flowers hide the scars of breast cancer. Regardless of age or measures, six women who went through mastectomies parade showing their breasts in a commercial plane that flies over the Andes of Ecuador. In the aisle of a Boeing 737-500 of the local airline Aeroregional, Blanca Rosero and her companions open their white blouses to discover their intervened
A recent post on Facebook has become viral in a short time. A man for several years was posing as a pilot to get better seats and avoid long lines. But his fortune stopped smiling at him, since he was arrested at the Indira Gandhi International Airport, in New Delhi, in India, when he was getting ready to board his flight.