Now, Vitaly Yegorov invites everyone to start looking for Soviet research station Mars-6, which was also lost. Automatic interplanetary station Mars-6 was launched into orbit by the rocket “Proton-K” August 5, 1973 at 21:45 MSK. March 12, 1974 lander Mars-6 began to enter the dense layers of the atmosphere. Continue reading “Start searching for the lost Soviet apparatus Mars-6 on Mars”
Over the next year, near the Red Planet will fly two comets. The news itself is neither good nor bad. But it has raised fears of scientists who fear that the particles of cosmic wanderers can damage satellites of Mars involved in surveillance for and study of its surface. Currently, the orbit of the Red Planet is three operating spacecraft-NASA Odyssey mission and the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO), as well as the European Mars Express. Also, two existing rover currently exploring Mars surface itself- it’s Curiosity and Opportunity. All of these spacecraft will be able to observe the comet ISON, which is closer to Mars this year, and behind her, and C/2013 A1 in 2014.
The device is shaped like a tuna, has good maneuverability and can explore even the most hard-to-reach places, for example, holds of sunken ships. In addition, BIOSwimmer is able to patrol the ports and other secret missions. To perform maneuvers to help tail and fins. Developments of apparatus are in Boston Engineering Corporation of Massachusetts. Continue reading “In the United States are developing underwater apparatus in the form of tuna”