Uranus Aquarium: Fish in Outer Space
Space – infinite expanses. The year is 2013. This is the adventure of the spaceship Bion-M 1 under Mercury-Uranus. It travels with its crew that includes 40 cichlids, ramshorn snails and algae to research the important problems of travel sickness, immune defense, and weightlessness. Many light years away from the Earth, an on-board aquarium advances into galaxies that have never seen a finned being before.
Something like this could be the beginning of a new series called "Fish in Outer Space." What is actually happening with this civilization? The first person in space was the dog Laika (English: Barker - but the yapping quickly turned quiet when she re-entered the Earth's orbit). And now the little swimmers have been called upon to serve as representatives. Incidentally, today is the "Day to Abolish Animal Testing" (previously: World Day for Animals in Laboratories).
The German answer to the Starship Enterprise in the form of Bion has already been circling in the cosmos for a few days. It was launched from the space station Baikonur, during the usability-hungry Virgo ascendant with Mercury in 8, on course to the universal astronaut indicator of Uranus. As a result, the fish (Pisces) are obviously also located on the descendent – which is where everything that can be observed is found. Me AC, you DC. Mission OmegaHab of the Stuttgart and Erlangen universities is not a joke and therefore does not deserve to be treated as public amusement. In one of the six international small satellites, which were sent up with the Soyuz rocket, left for the stellar boonies on Friday at exactly 12 noon (CEST). Sun, Ruler 12 (Pisces equivalent) stood with Mars just before Apex 9, the distant journey. The Scorpio House makes the current issue clear: systems. Like our Franconian aquarium, which now flies through space as the first closed eco-system in the world. Why? Because human beings (see Jupiter Lord IC, the "cause" of the starting radix, in 10), as significant as they are, do not have a sense for constricted horizons. Knowledge creates science: Feel free to watch and see whether the life of the little perches disappears during re-entry into the atmosphere. After all, they would have had it much worse as lab mice...