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  1. The Earth’s climate is heavily affected by the amount of energy radiated onto Earth by the sun. The amount of radiation from the sun influencing Earth and the way in which this radiation is distributed across the various seasons and latitudes around the Earth, is directly influenced by changes in solar activity. Most scientists consider satellite technology the most effective way to solve this issue. What do you think about that?
  2. Your theory is quite plausible. I believe in the existence of some intelligent forms of life somewhere in other galaxies, so it`s might be quite possible that such creatures have a spacecraft that can travel with the speed of light or even more advanced)
  3. Have you heard about the new special type of rocket fuel that is made from plastic waste? One company uses particular kinds of plastic to remake them in rocket fuel
  4. I assume it`s not easy to do. Actually, it will take a century to invent such spacecraft if to tale into the consideration the most advanced spaceships we are having now. We cannot even travel to other planet in the Solar system, it`s not a piece of cake to build such space ship
  5. Personally, I`ve never heard about such kind of propulsion system but it was pretty interesting to read about it) I found an article about so-called ``hybrid`` rocket. The term ``hybrid`` has been given to this rocket because it combines solid Hydroxyl Terminated Polybutadiene (HTPB) fuel and 90% Hydrogen Peroxide (H202) liquid oxidiser. This rocket has been build by a private space company from Scotland and it`s called SkyHy rocket https://www.skyrora.com/
  6. As we can see the most advanced and the most frequently used propulsion system for spacecrafts is nuclear. But can you name propulsion system that is rather good for space journeys as nuclear and in some time of development can substitute the most frequently used propulsion system?
  7. In addition to my answer above, I wanna say that I am not the specialist in the area of building such things but still I assume that it`s rather expensive thing to build and as for me it`s completely needless and useless. On the Earth`s orbit we already have a lot of space junk which became the issue for space companies.
  8. Also, I`d like that the new kind of propulsion system will be invented. The new kind that will allow us making long space journeys and visit planets in the Solar system and in other galaxies.
  9. I liked the way how microsatellites are developing and how they partialy substitute ordinary sats. This is a cheaper and easier way for some missions ordinary sats used to do. Also, we may use microsats bigger number of fields that only emphasis their competence. Satellite technology take part in our everyday live, so we cannot imagine our precent world without sat technology
  10. I consider it`s too early to talk about colonization of other planets. As far as we know there are no such planet in the Solar system that can allow us live there. Mars and Venus have harsh environment to live on. The situation on other planets is even worse. I consider that we can find such planet in another galaxy but we cannot talk about that with a confidence
  11. Personally I consider this concept rather interesting. But there are some scientific problems that are needed to be solved before this project starts building. Also, as for me I don`t see any necessity of this space hotel. Just imagine how much it would cost to build it. I assume we have more important stuff in space exploration. ( not taking into consideration issues we have on Earth )Like you said it`s just fun to talk about that project and dream how you would spend your vocation there)
  12. What are the most important issues we have now in space exploration area? As we can see now space explorations are developing very rapidly and by doing this, it causes a lot of issues to solve. Humans have a lot of stuff to figure out to get closer to particular purpose and which one do you consider is the most important and must be solved the first?
  13. I`ve bumped into some interesting article and I wanna share it with you and hear your thoughts about that project. The world`s first space hotel is slated to open in 2027 . Orbital Assembly Corporation, the group behind Voyager Station, has announced plans to begin building the hotel in low Earth orbit in 2025. The hotel will be able to accomodate 400 people and it will have a cinema, gyms, health spa, reastaurants, libraries and more stuff https://hypebeast.com/2021/3/orbital-assembly-corporation-voyager-station-expected-2027-opening-announcement?utm_source=instagram&utm_medium=social&
  14. In the modern world, science and technology are fast-growing things, and as we can see a lot of new space technologies are about to be produced or invented. Which one do you expect the most and which one do you think might be the most useful for humans or for space exploration?
  15. Yeah, you are right. I guess that scientists will develop such kind of space technology. This is rather reasonable to invest in such sphere to protect our environment which is suffering a lot from deforestation and pollution of different types, so we must do something to avoid collapse.
  16. I was pretty staggered, when I fond out that there are different types of satellites and microsatellites that are used for different purposes in environmental preservation area. For instance, some satellites and microsatellites are used to track rare species of animals to prevent them from being killed by poachers. https://www.skyrora.com/blog/satellites
  17. Can such space technology like or satellites or microsatellites make their investsments in preservation of the environment on Earth? For example, such project like Sentinel-6 satellite we can observe sea level and other stuff that can help scientists make particular operation in environmental preservation.
  18. The consideration to keep in mind is called space junk, we got quite some trash up there in orbit of our planet. It's considered not to be a problem due that the size of the object would burn in our atmosphere. But we of Asgardia want to go to space and we require to keep in mind out of the prospect of security, what do we do about the space junk? And is there a possibility that space junk might be dangerous for Earth and its` population?
  19. That is a good point. Nowadays, we don`t have such an advanced technology that can make all space missions without humans takink part in them. I support them because of the fact that they are cheaper and more important secure for the crew. But still, to make missions more succesfull people still have to take part in space missions and experiments. I think that in some time scientists will make robotic missions so advanced that humans wont have to take part in space exploration missions
  20. Can such space technology like or satellites or microsatellites make their investsments in preservation of the environment on Earth? For example, such project like Sentinel-6 satellite we can control sea level and other stuff that can help scientists make particular operation in environmental preservation.
  21. What kind of space missions do you support crewed or uncrewed missions? Nowadays space technology is developing so rapidly as you can see. Personally, I support uncrewed missions. It's much easier and more important secure to send uncrewed missions ( we just don`t have to risk the crew) But still, there is a lot of important stuff in particular missions machines cannot do without humans What do you think about that?
  22. The Sun has a huge affect on our technology on Earth and in space. So scientists trying to get as much information about Sun`s activity as it possible. Can you tell me Sun`s exploration missions or spacecrafts that took part in that missions or future project that are about to happen in the future?
  23. Taking into consideration the last achievements that were made in space exploration we should of course mention Space X. Recently I found an information about the spacecraft made by a private space company from Scotland. It`s called Skyrora XL and it` a three srage, light class launch vehicle, intended for placing payloads into Sun- Synchronous Orbit https://www.skyrora.com/skyrora-xl
  24. Desertification is a type of degradation of land in which the land becomes more arid. Desertification is a direct result of global warming, and approximately 12 million hectares of productive land becomes barren due to desertification annually. Remote sensing technology can be used to measure the extent of desertification. Could you ever thought that in order to fix that stuff scientists start to use satellite technology which helps scientists observe the land?
  25. Do you know any of spacecraft that can be used for microgravity missions and experiments? Nowadays it`s rather popular and useful to use uncrewed guided space vehicles for particular microgravity missions.
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