The war for the conquest of space is still on

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The war for the conquest of space is still on

The war for the conquest of space is still on

On April 12, 1961, Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin achieved the impossible: he circled the Earth aboard the Vostok-1 spacecraft.

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The war for the conquest of space is still on

60 years after the feat of the Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin, the world changed but the desire to expand remains intact.

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60 years after the feat of the Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin, the world changed but the desire to expand remains intact.

On April 12, 1961 the Russian cosmonaut Yuri gagarin accomplished the impossible: he circled the Earth aboard the Vostok-1 ship on a journey that lasted just under two hours.
That Soviet feat marked the beginning of a new era and it filled a surprised humanity with hope: space was no longer so mysterious. Previously, in the 1950s the USSR had crossed the barriers known to man, by putting the first artificial satellite called Sputnik into orbit.

“For the first time, space was made accessible to humans,” he told Sputnik Diego Mardones, an astronomer at the University of Chile and a researcher at the Center for Astrophysics, with a doctorate in Astrophysics from Harvard, an expert in radio astronomy and star formation.

“The launch of Sputnik is the beginning of the space age, it defines the beginning and is a great milestone because it extends the reach of the human being through technology to space,” he added.

The impact of that historical fact transcends to the present, with the technological and economic race that exists between the countries focused in finding a habitable planet for the future of humanity.
What will be the next frontier to tear down? Is it possible that human beings live on Mars or on another planet far from Earth? These are some of the challenges science faces.

“To advance on these issues, there must be a political and economic effort,” he told Sputnik César Fuentes, an astronomer at the University of Chile and a researcher at the Center for Astrophysics, a doctorate in Astrophysics from Harvard and an expert on the Solar System and spacecraft. Fuentes also highlighted the Russian vision of creating a Space Station.

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We also spoke with the Colombian professor Marino Guarín, president of the Colombian Astronomy network, and with the astrophysicist Hector Vives, a Spanish researcher on black holes, gravitational lenses and dark matter.

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