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As the Trans-Atlantic system crumbles, and Obama's continued presence in the White House threatens the near term outbreak of War, raising the threat of a thermonuclear confrontation, the BRICS nations continue to make progress on building up a new paradigm for mankind. They have continued to develop their alliances, amongst themselves and with an ever expanding circle of sovereign nations. Here are some of those developments from the recent days.
NASA and India Are Discussing Setting up a Joint Mars Working Group
For the first time, China will host the annual international Planetary Congress of the Association of Space Explorers. The 396 members of the Association are astronauts and cosmonauts, from 35 nations, who have flown in space, which is the requirement for membership. The Congress, from Sept.
Scientists with the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) have been on the road, giving presentations and meeting with students to educate the public, and increase attention, for the Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) spacecraft, which will go into orbit around the red planet on September 24. This will be India's first mission to Mars.
China's Chang'e-5 mission, which will send a spacecraft to the Moon, set down a lander, collect samples, blast off from the Moon, and return the rocks and dust to Earth, is "proceeding smoothly," according to China State Administration of Science, Technology and Industry spokesman Wu Zhijian. Its progress is reported by Russia's RIA Novosti news agency.
The annual meeting of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) began on Thursday in Dushambe, Tajikistan, where this important subsector of the new, extended world order launched by the BRICS meeting in July, will bring about yet more strategic and economic initiatives as part of the new world paradigm now shaping world history.
Astronauts, cosmonauts and taikonauts of the world will gather in China from Sept. 10-15, for the 27th international Planetary Congress of the Association of Space Explorers. This is the first time that the 395 members of ASE from 35 nations, all of whom have flown in space, will meet in China, and it will be under the theme of "Cooperation: To Realize Humanity's Space Dream Together," itself a prelude to China's expected invitation to astronauts from around the planet to participate in China's planned space station.
While there has been little press coverage of China's manned space program, since it is more than a year since the last Shenzhou mission, China is moving steadily ahead with the next phase: developing the infrastructure to learn to live and work in space.
Early Sunday morning at the Bariloche international airport in the province of Rio Negro, thousands of excited and proud Argentines gathered to celebrate the sending off of the completed Arsat-1 satellite, which was loaded Saturday aboard a large Ukrainian Antonov-series plane...