## Satellites of the planets and Lagrange points

Published May 10, 2018

Published May 10, 2018

Published May 10, 2018

**Is it possible to liquidate the night** in general?.. It is known that the change of day and night is a direct result of the daily rotation Earth.
Turning around its axis, our planet at every moment substitutes for the rays of the Sun only half of its surface... Due to this, some of the time people are
forced to spend in the dark, spend enormous energy resources on the night lighting of rooms and streets...

Published May 10, 2018

The spacecraft starts from the an artificial Earth satellite, moving around the planet in an elliptical orbit. At what point is it more profitable to launch - when
the satellite will be **in apogee or perigee**? It would seem that the answer is perfectly clear: of course, at apogee: after all, the farther
from Earth, the weaker the gravity of gravity...

Published May 10, 2018

Consider now another **space paradox**, which runs counter to the usual notions of earthly mechanics. Our usual ideas show that the faster
we move, the sooner we will overcome the given distance. When moving spacecraft in gravity fields of heavenly bodies bodies this statement is not always
true. For example, it refuses to serve under one...

Published May 10, 2018

It is widely believed that the theory of relativity does not allow superluminal velocities. Is it so? Can speed exist in nature, **faster than the
fundamental speed** of light? Indeed, from the point of view of the theory of relativity there is a certain fundamental speed *c*, which is
the greatest possible for the propagation of any force interactions. What is its physical meaning?..

Published May 10, 2018

The results of studies conducted in recent decades by space agencies of various countries indicate a close interconnection of the planets solar system at the wave energy level. For example, data obtained by the European Space Agency (ESA) and the American NASA using the Ulysses spacecraft in 1990 showed that the Sun interacts with the Solar System more complicated than previously...