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My Campaign Platform

If I am elected I will work to the best of my ability to ensure Asgardia is becomes an efficient, recognized and fully operational nation.


I believe that if we conduct ourselves professionally,we will prove our nation to be a worthy and beneficial addition ...

Mar 6, 02 / Mar 3, 18 18:09 UTC
Thank you for your trust in me, I read your platform and decided to give you my vote as well.
Mar 6, 02 / Mar 3, 18 16:04 UTC
I voted for you because I believe you have a good platform and will be an amazing leader. Please check out my platform: https://asgardia.space/en/elections/candidates/Portuguese/23313/ Vote for me!!!
Feb 17, 02 / Feb 14, 18 22:46 UTC
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Jul 27, 01 / Aug 11, 17 14:03 UTC

Cosmic debris such as meteors pose a significant threat — how is technology shaping up to meet it?

For the inhabitants of the Russian city of Chelyabinsk, the events of 15 February 2013 will never be forgotten. Just after 9.00am, a 20m-diameter meteorite exploded above ...

Jul 27, 01 / Aug 11, 17 14:04 UTC

Important topic. I wish humankind would invest more in matters like this.


Jul 27, 01 / Aug 11, 17 13:55 UTC

Clouds moving in the martian sky have been observed previously by Curiosity and other missions on the surface of Mars, including NASA's Phoenix Mars Lander in the martian arctic nine years ago.

WASHINGTON: NASA's Mars Curiosity rover has captured its most clearly visible images of ...

Jul 27, 01 / Aug 11, 17 13:55 UTC

Nice new images.

Jul 27, 01 / Aug 11, 17 10:55 UTC


If you're a little bored of life on Earth, have no fear; scientists have discovered two potentially habitable planets orbiting a sun just 12 light-years away.

The team of astronomers which includes researchers from the UK's University of ...

Jul 27, 01 / Aug 11, 17 10:56 UTC

It's really nice that humankind finds new discoveries all the time.

Jul 20, 01 / Aug 4, 17 14:45 UTC

NASA's New Horizons spacecraft may double its pleasure during its next deep-space flyby 16 months from now.

On Jan. 1, 2019, New Horizons is scheduled to have a close encounter with a body called 2014 MU69, which lies 1 billion miles (1.6 billion kilometers) ...

Jul 20, 01 / Aug 4, 17 14:46 UTC

Interesting, if only there would be a bigger budget so we could learn more in a shorter time.

Jul 19, 01 / Aug 3, 17 13:03 UTC

A huge, superhot alien planet has a stratrosphere, like Earth does, a new study suggests.

"This result is exciting because it shows that a common trait of most of the atmospheres in our solar system — a warm stratosphere — also can be found ...

Jul 19, 01 / Aug 3, 17 13:03 UTC

I'm pretty happy with the speed of these news coming up!

Jul 16, 01 / Jul 31, 17 14:17 UTC

''The Orion Nebula is one of the most heavily studied astronomical targets in the night sky, but that doesn't mean it has stopped surprising astronomers. In fact, new work suggests that its many young stars formed in three distinct waves, over just a few million years.

As ...

Jul 16, 01 / Jul 31, 17 14:14 UTC

''During the total solar eclipse on Aug. 21 , skywatchers will direct most of their attention to the sun, but don't forget about the moon: Its slow progress away from Earth means these celestial events won't keep happening forever.

Next month's total solar eclipse ...

Jul 16, 01 / Jul 31, 17 14:11 UTC


''The
Cassini spacecraft at Saturn recently observed a light show on the planet's southern hemisphere: auroras, glittering in the gaseous atmosphere.

Similar to auroras on Earth, Saturn's auroras are formed by charged particles raining down on the planet, colliding with ...

Jul 13, 01 / Jul 28, 17 13:30 UTC

''We all have stars in our eyes. And in our hearts, our fingers … right down to our toes.

And we all may have come from a galaxy far, far away.

A groundbreaking new study suggests that half the atoms that ...

Jul 12, 01 / Jul 27, 17 04:52 UTC

''An ultrapowerful, superfast explosion in space is providing new insight into how dying stars turn into black holes.

An international team of researchers looked at a gamma-ray explosion called GRB 160625B that brightened the sky in June 2016. Gamma-ray bursts are among the most powerful ...

Jul 9, 01 / Jul 24, 17 19:43 UTC

This could be relevant to Asgardia as well.

''Ancient volcanic deposits on the moon reveal new evidence about the lunar interior, suggesting it contains substantial amounts of water.

Using satellite data, scientists from Brown University studied lunar pyroclastic deposits, layers of rock that likely

Jul 6, 01 / Jul 21, 17 18:11 UTC

''It looks like a glowing speck or star moving swiftly around the surface of Mars. The tiny moon Phobos orbits the red planet in a new time-lapse video released by NASA. The Hubble Space Telescope captured a series of 13 images of Mars over the course ...

Jul 2, 01 / Jul 17, 17 18:56 UTC

Scientists have discovered mystery signals coming from a star 11 light-years away. The “very peculiar” pulses appear to be unique to the red dwarf, scientists say, with observations of similar nearby stars showing no similar behavior.

Researchers at the Arecibo Observatory, in Puerto Rico, were observing a ...

Asg 27, 01 / Jul 14, 17 18:21 UTC

''Landing on the Red Planet is one of the biggest challenges in spaceflight, so hard that the problem is referred as the Great Galactic Ghoul.''

''NASA's Journey to Mars might be officially dead. That is, the agency doesn't seem likely to land an astronaut on the Red ...

Jul 13, 01 / Jul 28, 17 11:35 UTC

I would have preferred NASA to do the job. I've never enjoyed the thought of private corporations conquering space instead of state owned players.

Asg 27, 01 / Jul 14, 17 19:45 UTC

NASA has given up but Elon Musk is still pouring his money into space x so its still a possibility

Asg 20, 01 / Jul 7, 17 15:58 UTC

''A new telescope in La Palma, in Spain's Canary Islands, coordinates with gravitational-wave detectors to track down optical signals of the colossal collisions that cause them.

The Gravitational-wave Optical Transient Observer (GOTO), built as an international collaboration led by the U.K.'s University of Warwick and Australia's Monash ...

If I am elected I will work to the best of my ability to ensure Asgardia is becomes an efficient, recognized and fully operational nation. I believe that if we conduct ourselves professionally,we will prove our nation to be a worthy and beneficial addition to the collection of states ...
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