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Russian Scientists Created Flying Saucer for Fast Space Missions to the Mars
12.10.2015 19:30
Russian Scientists Created Flying Saucer for Fast Space Missions to the Mars

The high-speed space vehicle invented by Russian scientists will be able to reach the planet Mars in just a month.

      With all the similar spacecrafts engineered earlier would take at least a year-long space voyage to get to the Mars.

      According to its creators, apart from travelling to the Mars the flying saucer will manage pushing space debris and meteorites away from the Earth. With all that, no fuel is required, since the Russian UFO is electrically powered.

      Presentation of the model of this high-speed space vehicle took place at the Moscow scientific conference NAUKA-2015 on Sunday, October 11, 2015.

      According to the scientists, they are currently putting the finishing touches on the flying saucer and are going to launch its production soon.



Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Flying Saucer Space Exploration Spacecrafts Flights to the Mars  

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