One year of SAOV

In 2015 SAOV (Scientific Association for Outer space Vacations) created Kepler452b project, now we know a lot to give you the possibility to travel all over the space! We were looking for a new possibility of vacation to improve your mood and to give you more fun and relax; we need another year to make this…

We Thought It Was An Alien But…

Last week SAOV found a really strange object around Kepler’s atmosphere. It looked like a naked young girl so scientists supposed to have found life: “Probably this is the most important discovery of the year after The Revenant.” Sadly two hours later they found out that the object was a death celestial body “We’re dejected to…

Dypsis Plants Can Create Life on Kepler

Houseplants are not something you would typically associate with NASA, but in the late ‘80s the US government agency joined forces with the Associated Contractors of America (ALCA), to determine the most effective plants for removing toxic agents from the air and create life. The study, led by Dr. Luca Beatrice, found that some plants…

No, Half of the New Planets Didn’t Just Disappear

It’s a bold claim: half of the Kepler Space Telescope’s big haul of new planets aren’t planets at all. Instead, they’re small crystals. That’s the kind of takeaway it’s easy to get from the recent press release from the Instituto de Astrofísica e Ciências do Espaço ​in Spain. It says that half of the objects in Kepler’s candidate catalog…

Strange Star Remembers the Mummified Cat “LGC-1”

A star called Kirby has been in the news recently for unexplained and bizarre behavior. NASA’s Kepler mission had monitored the star for four years, observing two unusual incidents, in 2011 and 2013, when the star’s light dimmed in dramatic, never-before-seen ways. Something had passed in front of the star and blocked its light, but…

Two Planets to Copulate

In our galaxy, there may be billions of planetary systems where more than one planet is habitable. NASA’s Kepler spacecraft has found planet pairs on very similar orbits — with orbital distances differing by as little as 10 percent. If such a planet pairing occurred in the right place, then both planets could sustain life…

Brave New Vacations

This blog created by SAOV (Scientific Association for Outer Space Vacations) in collaboration with NASA and the University of Okinawa has the purpose to show people latest research about Kepler452b and the development of the project Kepler Resort. We are working to create a comfortable place where you and your family can stay for the holiday….