Stations of tropospheric radio-relay communication were once one of the foremost technological creations of engineering of the USSR. Now these majestic giants are forgotten and abandoned. A single-minded researcher can get to them nearer than ever and touch the history. And although their era is gone, morally they stayed with us, giving us the opportunity to understand what we lost forever.
What feelings does autumn open? It appears they are mixed: first come the sadness and the rainy weather, and then the golden time and the quiet rustle of fallen leaves follow. To feel deeply this special season is to breathe the good memories of warm sunny days with a light longing in the soul. Listen to the golden tones: what are they whispering? Probably that everything has a beginning and an end, and autumn ends the cycle with a final chord before the winter interval. The motley colors of the trees are like ritual garments at the World’s ceremony that celebrates its death, preparing for a new birth. We are her silent pastors that obey the holy order of mother nature. We keep her melancholy in ourselves that saves us from the torments of the heart every time, and gives the hope for life.
This saga is about a very young, prehistoric solar system. We explore it to understand what the planets are like now and how they originated. But between these periods there was a completely mysterious time... What were our planets in the first two or three billion years? These were different paths of life, full of grandiose changes that led each planet to its present form. In the second part, we will discover the secret of the Phaeton died in the gravitational grip... We will fly further and see that the grandiose Jupiter was too small to light up and become a star... Let’s watch the dance of the Saturnian cloud that formed the rings. We will visit Uranus before it falls into a dream and lies down with its axis of rotation into the plane of its orbit. And let’s see how Neptune was originally located closer to the Sun than Uranus. And who knows, maybe our journey will continue...
This saga is about a very young, prehistoric solar system. We explore it to understand what the planets are like now and how they originated. But between these periods there was a completely mysterious time... What were our planets in the first two or three billion years? These were different paths of life, full of grandiose changes that led each planet to its present form. In the first part we will be on the terrestrial planets, and we will begin with the primordial cradle from which they are born. Mercury could once have been a satellite of Venus, but collisions with other objects and the strong field of the Sun pushed it away from its orbit and sent to a lonely voyage for searching a stable orbit in the hot embraces of the native star. The ever-rainy Venus will plunge us into deceptively calm dreams – after all, it is waiting for the accumulation of greenhouse gases, and the surface will forever become inaccessible for life... We will be on Earth long before its prehistoric period, when volcanoes were boiling everywhere, asteroids were falling, we would hear the sound of protoplasm in the primordial soup. And the deserted Mars will tell us about the most ancient civilization, whose unmerciful attitude to the ecology of the planet led to the catastrophe... For a long time, science will figure out what the planets were like in their youth. But what we already know is worthy of fantastic stories.
The USC space shuttle is docked to the Sector space radio station. Now this is not a training alert, so we are putting together a permanent landing squad among those who survived the training flight. This time we have a excursion into an unexplored zone with deep musical forms. They are strongly intertwined into one whole mix, so you need to listen to them, find individual elements and try to classify them. We ask you to complete all personal affairs as soon as possible and prepare mentally and physically for this mission!
The USC space shuttle with scientific equipment for musical research of novelties and other artifacts found in the vast expanses of space docks to a space radio station Sector. Our colleagues assemble a team of the most desperate recruits from the ranks of radio listeners for courageous forays into a wide variety of soundscapes and unknown musical areas. We urge you to join the ranks of sound explorers and embark on your first flight in search of fresh compositions and creative ideas.
A man broke into space and reached the Moon, while his automated spacecraft are exploring other planets of the solar system or have already left its limits. At the same time, regions almost inaccessible to research remain on Earth, one of which is the mesosphere. It is impossible to fly to it by plane or aerostat, research probes do not reach it, because the air at this altitude is too thin for their flight and at the same time too dense for the long-term presence there of instruments, launched on a ballistic trajectory. We know very little about this atmospheric layer, mainly by circumstantial evidence of its impact on radio signals, launched spacecraft and meteorological rockets, as well as on the behavior of the mysterious silver clouds which occur only there. It is assumed that there are kilometer-long waves and powerful vortex flows at these altitudes, as a result of which their unique silhouette is formed, resembling a cosmic nebulae. And at this moment, we, having reached the planets and their satellites, passionately trying to find the edge of the Universe, are standing, glaring at this fascinating spectacle unable to break away, and remembering that we still don’t know all the secrets of our home planet, or rather, we don’t know a damn much... But we will definitely get to know!