Issue for the Knowledge Day
Magazine cost — UAH 100
In this issue:
- The crisis of relations to knowledge. Can profitability be an indicator of the “usefulness” of science?
- Overview of clubs and communities of astronomy fans in Ukraine. Where you can find supporters to observe the starry sky.
- Where to learn more about the Universe.
- Knowledge is not only power, first it is money. Why economic growth is impossible without science.
- And yet, it’s flat. Where do the flatlanders come from and why are they so difficult to convince?
- At the limit of the possibilities of the mind. Psyche and cosmos. How cosmonauts are psychologically prepared for flights.
- Cosmic disobedience. Whether the crew of the Skylab station staged a strike in orbit.
- From an airplane into space. History and prospects of air launch systems.
- What to expect in 2020. Overview of space launches and astronomical events until the end of the year.
- Earth is under quarantine, but space? Has the space industry managed to avoid the negative impact of the global economic downturn?
- How small satellites are changing the space industry. Market overview of nanosatellite manufacturers.
- The subglacial lakes of Antarctica are the key to the search for life beyond Earth.
- The Svichado project. How to profit from the Moon and stay there for a long time.
- Bright comets of independent Ukraine. A collection of comets that could be observed from the territory of our Homeland.
- The largest three-dimensional map of the Universe. How the data for the total 3D map of the visible part of the Universe was obtained.
- Why the Solar system has unusual properties. A possible reason is the close flight of another star.
- Hubble telescope photographed comet NEOWISE.
- Signs of modern volcanism are found on Venus.
- Vernadsky: Thinking on a cosmic scale. What the Ukrainian scientist is known for.
- Ice as a sign of life. How ice appears on celestial bodies and what conditions are necessary on the planet for it to turn into water.