- Comet 'Atlas' crumblesAdministrator • 2020-04-15 00:38:00The Atlas comet discovered late last year is crumbling, observers of its movement report. The space object, which was expected to be one of the brightest spectacles in the night sky in the coming weeks, has split into several smaller pieces. Latest images of the comet appeared on the portal virtualtelescope.eu.
- Over 70% of Chinese schoolchildren use smartphones in training from homeAdministrator • 2020-04-14 23:24:02Almost 73 percent of students in China use smartphones in their distance learning from home, a study by the Youth Daily (China Youth Daily) shows, Radio China reports.
- Cosmonauts call from space to observe quarantine because of the coronavirusAdministrator • 2020-04-14 21:46:47Russian cosmonauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) Oleg Skripochka, Anatoly Ivanishin and Ivan Wagner urged Russians to observe the self-isolation regime and thanked doctors for their heroic labor, TASS reported.
- Japan to send research probe into orbit around moonAdministrator • 2020-04-13 23:44:02Japan's JACSA space department intends to send a research probe into orbit around the moon in the next five years, TASS reported.
- Scientists uncovered secrets of 200m-year-old dinosaur eggs with X-raysAdministrator • 2020-04-10 23:53:41Scientists were able, using X-rays, to unravel the secrets of 200-million-year-old dinosaur eggs, France Press and BTA reported.
- Chile scientists put copper particles into safety masksAdministrator • 2020-04-10 21:53:36Scientists from Chile, the country that is the world's leading copper producer, are putting copper particles into the protective masks against the coronavirus, France Press and BTA reported.
- Gadget can save any coronavirus patient being treated at home PHOTOSAdministrator • 2020-04-10 05:11:05Anesthetist-resuscitator Dr. Filip Abedinov showed an apparatus that would enable COVID-19 patients to monitor the condition of their lungs at home without going to hospital to take blood samples.
- Chandra Telescope: Universe expands unevenlyAdministrator • 2020-04-10 03:03:33While analyzing images taken with the Chandra Space Telescope of distant galaxy clusters, Harvard University astronomers and their German colleagues found new evidence to support the claim that the speed at which the universe expands is not the same in separate sections of it. handed over TASS and BTA.