**HOAX** Supposed Alien Base on the Moon is actually Takht-e Soleymān, an ancient citadel in Northwest Iran https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Takht-e_Soleym%C4%81n ---------------------- Via R. MacGavin, previous pinner: "It's nice the UFO crowd included a nice high resolution picture this time. It would be more believable if they would have photoshopped out the farm land and trees from their "Cough Cough" Classified moon base picture."
The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) launched 104 satellites into orbit aboard the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle on Feb. 14, 2017, setting a new record for the most satellites launched simultaneously on one rocket.
Nico Marquardt (Germany) advises #MarsOne on social media, brand engagement, and marketing. Space fanatics may know as the boy who, in the year 2008 at age 13, wrote a research paper about the potential for a collision between a geosynchronous satellite and Asteroid 99942 Apophis, which in the year 2029 will pass only 31,300 kilometers over the Earth, much closer than the Moon. On our blog, Marquardt explains how marketing positively contributes to going to #Mars…
Habitable conditions on Earth will be possible for at least another 1.75 billion years – according to astrobiologists. "If we ever needed to move to another planet, Mars is probably our best bet. It's very close and will remain in the habitable zone until the end of the Sun's lifetime -- six billion years from now," one of the researchers said.
Trump Will Scrap NASA’s Global Warming Research satellite_weatherPresident-elect Donald Trump will eliminate NASA funding for global warming research, refocusing the agency on space exploration including to the Moon and Mars, a senior Trump adviser told The Guardian. Trump’s advisers have been very open in recent weeks about plans to cut NASA’s climate research and transfer the money into attempts to send astronauts to Mars.
Flammarion and Antoniadi map of Mars, 1926. It is one of the first photographic maps of Mars, showing the 'mars channels', which were found by many astronomers of that time and then 'lost' after the satellite researches.