Sunday, September 19


Abdul Ahad Mohmand, Afganistan, Cosmonauta, EEI, Espacio, estacion espacial internacional, Noticias, talibanes

The message of peace from the first Afghan in space | Digital Trends Spanish

In 1988, Abdul Ahad Mohmand became the first Afghan cosmonaut in space. In that year, the Afghan Air Force captain was part of the Soyuz TM-6 mission and spent a few days on the International Space Station (ISS). While on the ISS, Mohmand took photographs of his country and participated in various medical, biological and astrophysical experiments. He returned to Earth a celebrity and received the title of Hero of the Soviet Union. Regarding the difficult situation the Afghan nation is experiencing after the Taliban seize power, the former cosmonaut was interviewed in various media. Without countries or borders In all his recent speeches, Mohmand has been concerned with sharing a message of peace, the one he made his own once he saw our planet thousands of miles away. “From space, you ...
Antártica, Auroras boreales, Cosmonauta, Espacio, estacion espacial internacional, ISS, Iván Vagner, Noticias, Ovnis

Does cosmonaut record UFOs next to northern lights? | Digital Trends Spanish

A Russian cosmonaut named Ivan Vagner was like any other day on the International Space Station (ISS) recording the horizon and decided to take a beautiful shot of the northern lights crossing Antarctica. A great and beautiful shot, which by itself attracts attention, however, some small lights between seconds 9 and 12 of the recording, show some unknown lights that disturbed the member of the ISS. “In seconds 9-12, five objects appear flying next to each other at the same distance. What do you think they are? Meteors, satellites or…? ”, Wrote Vágner below the post titled: "Space guests, or how I filmed a new time lapse". Space guests, or how I filmed the new time-lapse. The peak of aurora borealis when passing over the Antarctic in Australia's longitude, meaning in between them...