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As well as the "Great Navigations" made possible, in the past, the knowledge of other peoples beyond the borders of the old Europe and Africa, initiating itself a time of light in human sciences , the "Space Missions" had provided an enormous development in technological sciences.

Some peoples had send its astronauts. And, later, there had come the mixing missions, that is, supported for some nations and manned by intrepid knights of some nationalities, brothered for the same desire to go beyond the visible horizon of our small Planet.

The communications had been developed, with the innumerable artificial satellites, space telescopes, buses and an international space station. Our hope is that we are not let alone in this immense Universe that gives lair to us and that, in the future, let us can find other peoples, other races.

In the Average Age the people, exactly the most illustrated and its scholars did not imagine that existed other peoples in Americas . And they had been very surprised with this verify, that changed the thought of the time, making with that all rethink unsurmountable dogmas whose contest many times finished swallowed by the flames of the Inquisition.

We hope that today the human being is already enough morrally developed so that, when finding civilizations in other planets, do not repeat the hideous acts occurrents in America, where very advanced cultures for the time, even though in relation to the majority of the Europeans , had been decimated by the force of the weapons and the ambition to bring had materials, as symbols of wealth and power, symbols these that had later perished in the voracity of innumerable and bloody revolutions in search of the social equality.

Oxalá occurs contacts with other interplanetary civilizations, what will enrich our culture very much and that let us be prepared for this. And that in this day can we simply give the hands to them and invite them to celebrate with us of the wonder of the Life, in all its expressions, exactly in those concepts still ignored by us. And that is, then, we will be known as a fortunate race, and, not, as bloodthirsty and impious adventurers.

That let us be messenger of the peace and not of the war. That let us be as a flock of birds leading to all the corners of the Universe the Sinete of the Commitment with the Creator and, not, a flock of grasshoppers leading to all the places where to pass, destruction, pain and desolation. If wanting, it will be or of a form or another one. But what will be write with our mark in our proper Planet will be what certainly we will lead to excessively. Therefore we must reflect immensely on the destination that we desire to print to the new generations.

And that God protects to all!




The first living thing to travel to outer space was a female part-Samoyed terrier originally named Kudryavka (Little Curly) but later renamed Laika (Barker). She weighed about 6 kg.

The pressurized cabin on Sputnik 2 allowed enough room for her to lie down or stand and was padded. An air regeneration system provided oxygen; food and water were dispensed in a gelatinized form.

Laika was fitted with a harness, a bag to collect waste, and electrodes to monitor vital signs. The early telemetry indicated Laika was agitated but eating her food.

There was no capability of returning a payload safely to Earth at this time, so it was planned that Laika would run out of oxygen after about 10 days of orbiting the Earth. Because of the thermal problems she probably only survived a day or two.

The mission provided scientists with the first data on One day our ancestral ones had looked at the sky and, contemplating the firmament, they had dreamed.

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Yuri Gagárin


During thousand of years in a race to the meeting of its dream, the man used its imprisoned feet to the soil, rode animals, discovered the wheel, adorned itself of wings and flied.

Of the historical flight of Yuri Gagárin until our days 40 years had only been transferred little more than, but the wonders that it had disclosed our eyes since that memorable day had been as much that not even our more raised yearnings could in allowing to imagine them.

Neil Armstrong


The 20 July,1969 Neil Armstrong became the first human to set foot on the Moon in the “Sea of Tranquility”.

The Expedition Apollo 11 was the first manned lunar landing our natural satellite and its famous mark is the footprint onto the Moon.In reason of the peculiar environment there, it will be more permanent than many solid sructures on Earth.

The Crew on the Moon : Neil Armstrong, commander of the American Expedition Apollo 11; Michael Collins, pitot in command of the module ; and Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin, commander of the lunar module.



Pegada de Neil Armstrong na Lua


Vostók – Vôo Histórico a 7.8.1961,
tripulado por Yuri Gagárin



Yuri Gagárin

N. Armstrong, M. Collins e E. Aldrin




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