Ultraviolet telescope that was installed on a satellite Lomonosov satellite has been recorded on the soil of the plants, and has not been explained so far, the director of the Nuclear Physics Research Institute at the Russian State University said in an interview with Sputnik S South
"With the help of the telescope, we have found even more important results than we expected. It seems that we have met new corporate philosophies … We still do not know the physical nature … For example , during a Lomonosov plane at a height of several dozen kilometers, we have recorded a number of powerful explosive tours of the light but everything was clear below, without storms, no clouds, "said Mikhail Panasyuk.
The Russian science satellite Mikhailo Lomonosov of the Moscow State University was launched to Earth in 2016.
It has been designed to look at special features in the Earth's high atmosphere as well as to investigate the radiation features of a magnetosphere; planet and for basic cosmic research. Its weight is 625 kilograms.
The satellite is equipped with space telescope to measure the energy measurement and chemical compounds of a powerful high energy ray from an orbit near Earth. In addition, instrumental systems are put on board to investigate gamma-galaxy galasties and near the magnetosphere.