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Chiny otworzyły bazę Mars1 na pustyni Gobi (29)

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A group of students visit "Mars Base 1", a C-Space Project, in the Gobi desert, some 40 kilometres from Jinchang in China's northwest Gansu province on April 17, 2019. - Surrounded by barren hills in northwest Gansu province, "Mars Base 1" opened to the public on April 17 with the aim of exposing teens -- and soon tourists -- to what life could be like on the planet. (Photo by WANG ZHAO / AFP)
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A guide wearing a spacesuit puts on a helmet at "Mars Base 1", a C-Space Project, in the Gobi desert, some 40 kilometres from Jinchang in China's northwest Gansu province on April 17, 2019. - Surrounded by barren hills in northwest Gansu province, "Mars Base 1" opened to the public on April 17 with the aim of exposing teens -- and soon tourists -- to what life could be like on the planet. (Photo by WANG ZHAO / AFP)
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A guide wearing a space suit stands at an entrance at "Mars Base 1", a C-Space Project, in the Gobi desert, some 40 kilometres from Jinchang in China's northwest Gansu province on April 17, 2019. - Surrounded by barren hills in northwest Gansu province, "Mars Base 1" opened to the public on April 17 with the aim of exposing teens -- and soon tourists -- to what life could be like on the planet. (Photo by WANG ZHAO / AFP)
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A group of students walk past a model of a lander at "Mars Base 1", a C-Space Project, in the Gobi desert, some 40 kilometres from Jinchang in China's northwest Gansu province on April 17, 2019. - Surrounded by barren hills in northwest Gansu province, "Mars Base 1" opened to the public on April 17 with the aim of exposing teens -- and soon tourists -- to what life could be like on the planet. (Photo by WANG ZHAO / AFP)
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A group of students walk past a model of a lander at "Mars Base 1", a C-Space Project, in the Gobi desert, some 40 kilometres from Jinchang in China's northwest Gansu province on April 17, 2019. - Surrounded by barren hills in northwest Gansu province, "Mars Base 1" opened to the public on April 17 with the aim of exposing teens -- and soon tourists -- to what life could be like on the planet. (Photo by WANG ZHAO / AFP)
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A group of students visit "Mars Base 1", a C-Space Project, in the Gobi desert, some 40 kilometres from Jinchang in China's northwest Gansu province on April 17, 2019. - Surrounded by barren hills in northwest Gansu province, "Mars Base 1" opened to the public on April 17 with the aim of exposing teens -- and soon tourists -- to what life could be like on the planet. (Photo by WANG ZHAO / AFP)
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A group of students walk past a model of a lander at "Mars Base 1", a C-Space Project, in the Gobi desert, some 40 kilometres from Jinchang in China's northwest Gansu province on April 17, 2019. - Surrounded by barren hills in northwest Gansu province, "Mars Base 1" opened to the public on April 17 with the aim of exposing teens -- and soon tourists -- to what life could be like on the planet. (Photo by WANG ZHAO / AFP)
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A model of a spacecraft is displayed at "Mars Base 1", a C-Space Project, in the Gobi desert, some 40 kilometres from Jinchang in China's northwest Gansu province on April 17, 2019. - Surrounded by barren hills in northwest Gansu province, "Mars Base 1" opened to the public on April 17 with the aim of exposing teens -- and soon tourists -- to what life could be like on the planet. (Photo by WANG ZHAO / AFP)
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A man visits "Mars Base 1", a C-Space Project, in the Gobi desert, some 40 kilometres from Jinchang in China's northwest Gansu province on April 17, 2019. - Surrounded by barren hills in northwest Gansu province, "Mars Base 1" opened to the public on April 17 with the aim of exposing teens -- and soon tourists -- to what life could be like on the planet. (Photo by WANG ZHAO / AFP)
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A group of students visit "Mars Base 1", a C-Space Project, in the Gobi desert, some 40 kilometres from Jinchang in China's northwest Gansu province on April 17, 2019. - Surrounded by barren hills in northwest Gansu province, "Mars Base 1" opened to the public on April 17 with the aim of exposing teens -- and soon tourists -- to what life could be like on the planet. (Photo by WANG ZHAO / AFP)
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Models of Mars rovers are seen at "Mars Base 1", a C-Space Project, in the Gobi desert, some 40 kilometres from Jinchang in China's northwest Gansu province on April 17, 2019. - Surrounded by barren hills in northwest Gansu province, "Mars Base 1" opened to the public on April 17 with the aim of exposing teens -- and soon tourists -- to what life could be like on the planet. (Photo by WANG ZHAO / AFP)
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A model of a Mars rover is seen at "Mars Base 1", a C-Space Project, in the Gobi desert, some 40 kilometres from Jinchang in China's northwest Gansu province on April 17, 2019. - Surrounded by barren hills in northwest Gansu province, "Mars Base 1" opened to the public on April 17 with the aim of exposing teens -- and soon tourists -- to what life could be like on the planet. (Photo by WANG ZHAO / AFP)
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A group of students visit "Mars Base 1", a C-Space Project, in the Gobi desert, some 40 kilometres from Jinchang in China's northwest Gansu province on April 17, 2019. - Surrounded by barren hills in northwest Gansu province, "Mars Base 1" opened to the public on April 17 with the aim of exposing teens -- and soon tourists -- to what life could be like on the planet. (Photo by WANG ZHAO / AFP)
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A group of students visit "Mars Base 1", a C-Space Project, in the Gobi desert, some 40 kilometres from Jinchang in China's northwest Gansu province on April 17, 2019. - Surrounded by barren hills in northwest Gansu province, "Mars Base 1" opened to the public on April 17 with the aim of exposing teens -- and soon tourists -- to what life could be like on the planet. (Photo by WANG ZHAO / AFP)
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A group of students visit "Mars Base 1", a C-Space Project, in the Gobi desert, some 40 kilometres from Jinchang in China's northwest Gansu province on April 17, 2019. - Surrounded by barren hills in northwest Gansu province, "Mars Base 1" opened to the public on April 17 with the aim of exposing teens -- and soon tourists -- to what life could be like on the planet. (Photo by WANG ZHAO / AFP)
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A toilet sign blown over by the wind is seen at "Mars Base 1", a C-Space Project, in the Gobi desert, some 40 kilometres from Jinchang in China's northwest Gansu province on April 17, 2019. - Surrounded by barren hills in northwest Gansu province, "Mars Base 1" opened to the public on April 17 with the aim of exposing teens -- and soon tourists -- to what life could be like on the planet. (Photo by WANG ZHAO / AFP)
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This picture shows a view through a window in the sleeping quarters at "Mars Base 1", a C-Space Project, in the Gobi desert, some 40 kilometres from Jinchang in China's northwest Gansu province on April 17, 2019. - Surrounded by barren hills in northwest Gansu province, "Mars Base 1" opened to the public on April 17 with the aim of exposing teens -- and soon tourists -- to what life could be like on the planet. (Photo by WANG ZHAO / AFP)
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This picture shows an interior view at "Mars Base 1", a C-Space Project, in the Gobi desert, some 40 kilometres from Jinchang in China's northwest Gansu province on April 17, 2019. - Surrounded by barren hills in northwest Gansu province, "Mars Base 1" opened to the public on April 17 with the aim of exposing teens -- and soon tourists -- to what life could be like on the planet. (Photo by WANG ZHAO / AFP)
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A boy visits "Mars Base 1", a C-Space Project, in the Gobi desert, some 40 kilometres from Jinchang in China's northwest Gansu province on April 17, 2019. - Surrounded by barren hills in northwest Gansu province, "Mars Base 1" opened to the public on April 17 with the aim of exposing teens -- and soon tourists -- to what life could be like on the planet. (Photo by WANG ZHAO / AFP)
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This picture shows food on a shelf at "Mars Base 1", a C-Space Project, in the Gobi desert, some 40 kilometres from Jinchang in China's northwest Gansu province on April 17, 2019. - Surrounded by barren hills in northwest Gansu province, "Mars Base 1" opened to the public on April 17 with the aim of exposing teens -- and soon tourists -- to what life could be like on the planet. (Photo by WANG ZHAO / AFP)
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A woman "Mars Base 1", a C-Space Project, in the Gobi desert, some 40 kilometres from Jinchang in China's northwest Gansu province on April 17, 2019. - Surrounded by barren hills in northwest Gansu province, "Mars Base 1" opened to the public on April 17 with the aim of exposing teens -- and soon tourists -- to what life could be like on the planet. (Photo by WANG ZHAO / AFP)
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This picture shows crops at "Mars Base 1", a C-Space Project, in the Gobi desert, some 40 kilometres from Jinchang in China's northwest Gansu province on April 17, 2019. - Surrounded by barren hills in northwest Gansu province, "Mars Base 1" opened to the public on April 17 with the aim of exposing teens -- and soon tourists -- to what life could be like on the planet. (Photo by WANG ZHAO / AFP)
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This aerial photo taken on April 16, 2019 shows "Mars Base 1", a C-Space Project, in the Gobi desert, some 40 kilometres from Jinchang in China's northwest Gansu province on April 17, 2019. - Surrounded by barren hills in northwest Gansu province, "Mars Base 1" opened to the public on April 17 with the aim of exposing teens -- and soon tourists -- to what life could be like on the planet. (Photo by WANG ZHAO / AFP)
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This picture taken on April 16, 2019 shows "Mars Base 1", a C-Space Project, in the Gobi desert, some 40 kilometres from Jinchang in China's northwest Gansu province on April 17, 2019. - Surrounded by barren hills in northwest Gansu province, "Mars Base 1" opened to the public on April 17 with the aim of exposing teens -- and soon tourists -- to what life could be like on the planet. (Photo by WANG ZHAO / AFP)
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This picture taken on April 16, 2019 shows "Mars Base 1", a C-Space Project, in the Gobi desert, some 40 kilometres from Jinchang in China's northwest Gansu province on April 17, 2019. - Surrounded by barren hills in northwest Gansu province, "Mars Base 1" opened to the public on April 17 with the aim of exposing teens -- and soon tourists -- to what life could be like on the planet. (Photo by WANG ZHAO / AFP)
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This aerial photo taken on April 16, 2019 shows "Mars Base 1", a C-Space Project, in the Gobi desert, some 40 kilometres from Jinchang in China's northwest Gansu province on April 17, 2019. - Surrounded by barren hills in northwest Gansu province, "Mars Base 1" opened to the public on April 17 with the aim of exposing teens -- and soon tourists -- to what life could be like on the planet. (Photo by WANG ZHAO / AFP)
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This picture taken on April 16, 2019 shows "Mars Base 1", a C-Space Project, in the Gobi desert, some 40 kilometres from Jinchang in China's northwest Gansu province. - Surrounded by barren hills in northwest Gansu province, "Mars Base 1" opened to the public on April 17 with the aim of exposing teens -- and soon tourists -- to what life could be like on the planet. (Photo by WANG ZHAO / AFP)
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This picture taken on April 16, 2019 shows a model of a spacecraft at "Mars Base 1", a C-Space Project, in the Gobi desert, some 40 kilometres from Jinchang in China's northwest Gansu province. - Surrounded by barren hills in northwest Gansu province, "Mars Base 1" opened to the public on April 17 with the aim of exposing teens -- and soon tourists -- to what life could be like on the planet. (Photo by WANG ZHAO / AFP)
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This picture taken on April 16, 2019 shows "Mars Base 1", a C-Space Project, in the Gobi desert, some 40 kilometres from Jinchang in China's northwest Gansu province. - Surrounded by barren hills in northwest Gansu province, "Mars Base 1" opened to the public on April 17 with the aim of exposing teens -- and soon tourists -- to what life could be like on the planet. (Photo by WANG ZHAO / AFP)

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