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Парадоксы навигационной карты (модели) звёздного неба для дальних космических путешествий
Paradoxes of Nautical Charts (Model) of the Sky for Further Space Travel

Author(s): Mykola Lytvynchuk
Subject(s): Philosophy of Science
Published by: Международное философско-космологическое общество
Keywords: long-duration space travel; navigation charts of the Universe; paradoxes of the starry sky; vocational training at the distant travel;

Summary/Abstract: The man penetrates deeper into the mysteries of matter, space and time in the evolutionary development. He has only started the practical development of near space, but he already begins to travel into its depth in his dreams. One of the attributes of long-duration space travel is navigation charts (models) of the Universe considering an exact arrangement of cosmic bodies and their gravitational fields in space. For drawing up of such charts of the starry sky from the Earth it is necessary to consider a number of paradoxes which arise at the present system understanding of the Universe, such as its virtuality realities of the Big Bang, maximum flying speed, etc. Today we can fly away to the star worlds, which have not already been, and on the way to meet the worlds which have not been visible from the Earth yet. In the starry sky, we see the story of stars removed from us for light years. Flight to these objects is the movement from their stories to reality. Training of their crews and staff will be a not less important problem by the spaceship. Firstly, they will be trained on the Earth and then only in the flying using a simple self-improved system of training relevant staff. Today scientists and researchers did a huge groundwork in the field of space and the mass movement of enthusiasts has already started the implementation. It is pleasant, that the number of such enthusiasts already leads to practical qualitative changes, and it becomes the fact: different kind of space travel which is a fast approaching reality.

  • Issue Year: 14/2015
  • Issue No: 14
  • Page Range: 83-90
  • Page Count: 8
  • Language: Russian