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  • NASA will fund a study to create a giant radio telescope on the reverse side of the moon.
    NASA funds giant radio telescope project on the reverse side of the moon
    2020-04-23 00:52:57
    NASA will fund a study to create a giant radio telescope on the reverse side of the moon.
  • All available data suggest that bats from China are the source of the Sars-Cov-2 coronavirus, Reuters reported what was said by a World Health Organization (WHO) spokesman at a news conference on Tuesday, Reuters reported, quoted by Czech news site Lidovky.cz. The virus is of animal origin and has not been modified or produced in the laboratory or elsewhere, but it is not yet clear how it crossed the species line, i.e. from animal to human. However, it is clear that the role of mediator besides bats is played by other host animals. In the past, it was believed that these were pangolins.
    Who: Proven by WHO - the origin of COVID-19 is animal, not from laboratory
    2020-04-22 23:33:48
    All available data suggest that bats from China are the source of the Sars-Cov-2 coronavirus, Reuters reported what was said by a World Health Organization (WHO) spokesman at a news conference on Tuesday, Reuters reported, quoted by Czech news site Lidovky.cz. The virus is of animal origin and has not been modified or produced in the laboratory or elsewhere, but it is not yet clear how it crossed the species line, i.e. from animal to human. However, it is clear that the role of mediator besides bats is played by other host animals. In the past, it was believed that these were pangolins.
  • China's oceanographic research ship “Xianyanghun-6" has sailed to the western Pacific Ocean from the port of Shandong Province for a 75-day expedition, Radio China reports.
    Chinese research ship sails on expedition in Pacific
    2020-04-18 23:33:20
    China's oceanographic research ship “Xianyanghun-6" has sailed to the western Pacific Ocean from the port of Shandong Province for a 75-day expedition, Radio China reports.
  • Melting glaciers in Norway have revealed an ancient mountain pass in which various belongings used by the Vikings were found, reported in. The Daily Mail.
    Melting glaciers in Norway reveal Vikings mountain pass
    2020-04-18 20:46:25
    Melting glaciers in Norway have revealed an ancient mountain pass in which various belongings used by the Vikings were found, reported in. The Daily Mail.
  • As the number of coronavirus cases continues to grow, Israel's Health Ministry has commissioned 1,000 modern monitors developed by the military that will help turn simple breathing regulation devices into respirators, reported in. “Jerusalem Post.”
    Israeli scientists convert simple breathing device into respirators
    2020-04-17 21:15:28
    As the number of coronavirus cases continues to grow, Israel's Health Ministry has commissioned 1,000 modern monitors developed by the military that will help turn simple breathing regulation devices into respirators, reported in. “Jerusalem Post.”
  • Scientists at the University of Leiden in the Netherlands have discovered a gene that allows annual plants to continue to grow after their flowering rather than die, reports the Journal. “Nature Plants,” the BTA quoted.
    Specialists discovered a gene of immortality in plants
    2020-04-17 01:19:55
    Scientists at the University of Leiden in the Netherlands have discovered a gene that allows annual plants to continue to grow after their flowering rather than die, reports the Journal. “Nature Plants,” the BTA quoted.
  • The European Cheops Orbital Telescope for Exoplanet Research has begun its scientific work after the instrument calibration and testing period, the BBC reported.
    The European telescope “Cheops” began to explore Exoplanets
    2020-04-16 22:53:20
    The European Cheops Orbital Telescope for Exoplanet Research has begun its scientific work after the instrument calibration and testing period, the BBC reported.
  • Flamingos birds can shape friendships for life and avoid specimens they don't get along with, a study cited by c found. “Daily Mail” and BTA.
    Flamingo birds can strongly love and strongly hate
    2020-04-15 20:20:26
    Flamingos birds can shape friendships for life and avoid specimens they don't get along with, a study cited by c found. “Daily Mail” and BTA.