Nepal has spent US$ 1.3 million on Everest height measurement projects, cooperating with six international companies since 2017.
Sooner or later humanity will have to leave its home planet. Perhaps Mars will be the first step on this long journey. But how to make the Red Planet more hospitable for humans?
During its existence, our planet has encountered sasteroids and comets countless times. During her youth, this often happened and often had disastrous consequences. Later, such collisions occurred immeasurably less often, but the time of time still took place. Suffice it to recall the 10-kilometer celestial alien that fell on Earth 65 million years ago and marked the end of the era of dinosaurs, as well as the cometary nucleus, which on June 30, 1908 exploded over Podkamennaya Tunguska.