Автор Salo, 22.11.2010 22:37:43
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ЦитатаВ свете вышесказанного - не напомнит ли кто - какие проекты ранее когда-либо прекращали не из-за кончины аппарата, а за недостатком финансирования и т.п.Не последний ли Викинг, в частности?А то ужас берет - вдруг оппортуниста отключат лет через 10? :x
ЦитатаThe international meeting of BRITE Science Team took place on 15-18 February in Warsaw, which was attended by scientists from the Polish, Austria and Canada. Representatives of the CBK and CAMK, representing the Polish side, they officially joined into the International Consortium Project BRITE founded previously by Canada and Austria. May 19, 2010, a press conference was held in the Ministry of Science and Higher Education. The first model of satellite BRITE-PL was presented during this conference. An annex to the agreement on the financing of the project to build and launch satellites was also signed then.
ЦитатаStanislaw Lem leads Polish satellite poll[/size]30.09.2010 13:40The late science fiction author StanisBaw Lem is favourite to have the first Polish satellite named after him.Lem's name currently tops the list in an internet poll launched on the Education Ministry web site. The vote closes at midnight tonight and the results are to be announced on October 7.So far close to 45 percent of more than 45,000 votes cast on the webpage indicate StanisBaw Lem, who died in 2006, a clear leader. In second place is space travel pioneer Ary Sternfeld, born in Sieradz, and third is 17th century GdaDsk astronomer Jan Hevelius. The first Polish satellite will be placed in orbit in 2011 and a second in 2013.Both are being built by the Space Research Centre of the Polish Academy of Sciences with the Copernicus Astronomy Centre in ToruD, in cooperation with space research institutes in Vienna, Graz, Toronto and Montreal.The launch will be made from the Sriharikota spaceport in India.The satellites are part of the international BRITE project (Bright Target Explorer Constellation), a programme carrying out continuous observation of 286 brightest stars in the sky.The cost of the project is 14.2 million zloty (more than 3.5 million euro), Poland's biggest outlay to astronomy and space research since 1986.
ЦитатаBiped humanoid robot groupWABIAN-2R (2006-)(WAseda BIpedal humANoid No.2 Refined)