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Zahra is in space, and you?

The following was mentioned at the beginning of Ray Bradbury’s book The Martian Chronicles, which I read a long time ago:


It is good to renew one’s wonder, said the philosopher. Space travel has again made children of us all.

For years, both out of my curiosity and professional passion, I have avidly followed space-related news and innovations. I have sifted through all I could find. And every time, I was amazed by each new piece of information. Instead of being satisfied with the information that I had, I constantly searched for something new. And it has continued like this.


Now, the situation is a little different. I think I am not the only one who’s been turned into a child again by space travel. With the development of technology and the commercialization of space travel, topics related to space have long become a part of everyone’s life. Whether you are interested in this field or not.


Recently we come across the following expressions related to space: rockets, satellites, space flights, space tourists or tourism, colonization of Mars, black holes, radio telescopes, etc. There are many posts on social media and heated discussions about these. And what concerns me, is:


In our native language (in my case in Azerbaijani), how many reliable sources are there where we can get information about all this stuff about space?

The site you are currently reading this article on was created as a result of seeking an answer to the question above. As they say, It is better to light a candle than curse the darkness. The information I have researched, read, and learned will not only fascinate me, but you will also join me. Together, we will light that candle. We will accompany Zahra on her journey towards space.


What do you think, are you ready?

You can support us by sharing the article/website with friends you would like to join us on the journey into space. Wish you don’t lose your sense of wonder, bye!



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