قالب وردپرس درنا توس
Home / Science (page 1475)

Science

US tourists victims in Qld chopper crash

A holiday in Australia has turned into a tragedy for four Americans following a fatal helicopter crash near Queensland's Whitsundays Islands. A 65-year-old man and a 79-year-old man, both from Hawaii, who died when Two other who were traveling with them – a 34-year-old man and a 33-year-old woman from Colorado – escaped with minor injuries. [19659004 Police District Inspector …

Read More »

The first interstellar visitor probably came from the binary system: Study

Toronto: "Oumuamua", the rocky object identified as the first confirmed interstellar asteroid, most likely originated from a binary system, found new research. A binary star system, unlike our Sun, is one with two stars orbiting a common center. For the study, published in the Monthly Notices journal of the Royal Astronomical Society, Alan Jackson of the University of Toronto Scarborough, …

Read More »

Rare mammal that still lives today once went with dinosaurs MNN

One of the strangest, rarest, and, as it turns out, oldest mammals on the planet have sequenced its genome, and research has yielded some truly remarkable findings, according to a recent press release. Solenodons are outstanding representatives of the mammal world. For one thing, they're poisonous – with poisonous saliva on their teeth that can stop a mouse's heart within …

Read More »

Katsuko Saruhashi's 98th birthday remembered a Google Doodle

Katsuko Saruhashi, one of the world's best-known geochemists, would have turned 98 today, and Google tagged that day with a doodle. The doodle is visible in Canada, the US, Iceland, UK, Croatia, Ireland, Peru, Argentina, India, Japan, Indonesia, Australia, and New Zealand. Saruhashi was the first woman to graduate from Tokyo in chemistry at the University of Chemistry Year 1957. …

Read More »

Scientists believe that they know where this bizarre asteroid "alien probe" was born – BGR

Late last year, scientists discovered a completely unexpected visitor who was moving through our solar system. A long, cigar-shaped object had flown at breakneck speed through our little celestial neighborhood, hurling itself around the sun before heading out into space again. The item was eventually called an asteroid and was called Oumuamua, meaning "Boy Scout," and some in the scientific …

Read More »

Robotic Fish to Keep a Fishy Eye on the Health of the Oceans

They fetched their finned robot, and how did they first swim on a coral reef outside Fiji went. Human activity and climate change. This foot-and-a-half long robot mimics a real fish. It can swim up to 60 feet below the surface at speeds up to half-its-body-length a second and at depths. SoFi has a battery that will last 45 minutes …

Read More »

Trump's Choice to Lead and Censor CDC | science

Institute of Human Virology at the School of Medicine, University of Maryland By Jon Cohen Mar. 21, 2018, 4:47 PM Robert Redfield, an HIV / AIDS researcher and clinician who has left behind his share of controversy over his long career, will soon become the next director of the US Centers for Disease Control and Surgery. Prevention (CDC) "Dr. Redfield's …

Read More »

Gallery: Soyuz MS-08 starts towards ISS

Soyuz MS-08 takes off in the night sky. Photo Credit: Joel Kowsky / NASA In the sparsely populated Kazakh steppe in Kazakhstan, the Russian space organization Roskosmos brought three people to the International Space Station. Soyuz MS-08 picked up the pad 1/5 at 1:44. EDT (17:44 GMT) March 21, 2018 from Baikonur Cosmodrome The following photos [1659008] by Joel Kowsky …

Read More »

Soyuz Rocket with three ISS-Bound Astronauts Heads In Orbit

The Soyuz MS-08 rocket presented today Photo: NASA / Joel Kowsky Today, a Soyuz MS-08 rocket from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan launched with two NASA astronauts and one Russian cosmonaut to the International Space Station. Here are the next five months. The rocket launched today at 1:44 ET or at 23:44 Baikonur and successfully brought their valuable cargo, the …

Read More »