The article analyzes the near-Earth space as a future habitat for humankind. This article investigates the factors affecting the location in this environment. We estimate the boundaries of space and related space. The article highlights the main features of the near-Earth space as a human-friendly environment.
Vegetation of Moscow is described
For the first time spatio-temporal characteristics of air pollution by sulfur dioxide (SO2), nitrogen dioxide (NO2), carbon dioxide (CO2), carbon monoxide (CO) and aerosol over Ukraine and Europe are established. It was shown that moderate risks of air pollution by sulfur dioxide of eastern and western parts of Ukraine relate as 2:1. It was shown that values of moderate and high risks of European areas most polluted by aerosol (except the north of Italy) and Ukraine (Kyiv, Donetsk and Odessa regions) are approximately related as 1:1. Moderate levels of risks for Kiev, Donetsk and Odessa regions relate to moderate risk levels of other Ukrainian regions as 1.8:1. The maximum risk value of moderate pollution by nitrogen dioxide of the atmosphere of Europe and Ukraine relate as 3:1. The analysis of concentration dynamics of carbon dioxide for atmosphere of the whole earth for the last 8 years (2004–2011) revealed the increase for more than 20 ppm. It is shown that the atmosphere of Ukraine exposed to the same level of carbon monoxide pollution, as the atmosphere of other European countries.