Space science

  • Evidence of hydrocarbon lakes on Titan moon detected Evidence of hydrocarbon lakes on Titan moon detected
    Scientists say the first common evidence has been found about giant hydrocarbon lakes on Titan's surface, which is believed to have a fairly Earth-like atmosphere.
  • 200 highly developed civilizations hidden in the galaxy? 200 highly developed civilizations hidden in the galaxy?
    Frank Drake, the founder of scientific research looking for extraterrestrial civilizations, believes that there are at least 200 highly developed civilizations hiding themselves somewhere in the competition.
  • Detection of the Solar System may contain Earth-like planets Detection of the Solar System may contain Earth-like planets
    Colorado University researchers while simulating supercomputers 4 The solar system is close to each other with large Jupiter-sized planets - the largest planet in our Solar System.
  • Fly to Mars right above ... the ground Fly to Mars right above ... the ground
    On Wednesday, in Russia began practicing the ground a flight simulated manned journey to Mars. This experiment was carried out by Moscow Institute of Medical and Biological Problems Research (RAN).
  • Scientists see a star about to explode Scientists see a star about to explode
    International astronomers have just seen an exploding star glowing a lot more than usual, looking extremely beautiful. That star suddenly lit up at the end of last February, immediately
  • Discover the largest cosmic structure ever Discover the largest cosmic structure ever
    Japanese astronomers have discovered a giant cosmic structure shaped of water droplets up to 200 million light-years across, including the largest galaxies and giants from before.
  • Discover planetary system like solar system Discover planetary system like solar system
    On May 18, by observing with a telescope (HARPS) located in La Xinla (Chile), for the first time a group of European scientists discovered a planetary system like our own solar system. most ever.
  • Apophis worry Apophis worry
    Please mark Sunday, April 13, 2036. It was the day that Apophis meteorite could crash into Earth - the collision was enough to erase a small country in the world. Biggest hope: the possibility of this collision is currently underway
  • Malaysia will have its first astronaut in 2007 Malaysia will have its first astronaut in 2007
    Yesterday, Russian arms export agency Rosoboronexport signed a contract with Malaysia's Ministry of Defense to bring the country's astronaut to the ISS international space station, in the fall of 2007.
  • America prepares to launch the second shuttle America prepares to launch the second shuttle
    The US Space Agency (NASA) is preparing to launch a second shuttle since the 2003 Colombian ship disaster that killed seven crew members. Discovery vessel has now been taken to a launch pad at the center of the Kennedy spacecraft at the nose
  • Space radio - Power wave source Space radio - Power wave source
    In 1931, an American engineer obtained a radio source of unknown origin. This wave occurs every day, the period occurring exactly the same time that a rotation of the Earth is relative to the planet. Later on research at
  • Swan constellation (Cygnus) Swan constellation (Cygnus)
    In the Milky Way there is a constellation that looks like a goose that is rising straight into the air. That is the Swans. This constellation is accompanied by the constellation Celestial Constellation and Thien holding two sides of Ng & acir
  • Detecting the 4th dimension of gravity in the universe Detecting the 4th dimension of gravity in the universe
    With the new discovery of the fourth dimension of gravity in the universe, scientists from Duke and Rutgers University of America challenged the theory of Relativity of the British scientist.
  • Development of the universe model before the Bigbang explosion Development of the universe model before the Bigbang explosion
    Scientists from the University of Penxinvania (USA) have developed a cosmic model before the Big Bang big explosion 13.7 billion years ago, forming the current universe.
  • Crystal Crystal
    In countless bright stars, except for planets, most are self-luminous, and are relatively stable. Those are the essentials. They are lights that are not turned off in the morning and eternity. The sun is a quintessence near ch & u
  • Play golf in the universe Play golf in the universe
    A Russian astronaut will hit a 3.2 billion km golf course in the air from the International Space Station. Astronaut Mikhail Tyurin will hit his ball with a golden-edged iron rod from a special teeing ground attached to the base of the International Space Station.
  • The mystery of SS433 The mystery of SS433
    SS433 became mysterious because it was found in its spectrum to have a wide range of portable hydrogen and purple lines. In general, the cause of mobile spectrum is due to celestial bodies. Mobile red means moving away from us,
  • Detecting large numbers of young galaxies in the universe Detecting large numbers of young galaxies in the universe
    Through space observations from ground and space telescopes, for the first time, American astronomers have discovered a huge number of the youngest, most distant galaxies and never been observed before & oacu
  • Meteors fell to northern Norway Meteors fell to northern Norway
    At 2 am 7-6 (local time), a large meteorite flies in the skies of Troms and Finnmark, northern Norway and falls with a strong impact on the bomb.
  • Aboriginal Constellation (Auror - Auriga) Aboriginal Constellation (Auror - Auriga)
    In the winter sky, from the constellation Gemini, looking at the Milky Way River to the west, 5 bright stars form a pentagon. The star to the south pole in this pentagon is stars K

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