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  • NASA specialists re-analyzed data from the Voyager 2" spacecraft, which flew off planet Uranus in 1986, and found that its atmosphere was leaking through a massive plasmoid, reported in. The Daily Mail.
    Uranus atmosphere leaks into space, hear how (Video)
    2020-04-01 01:14:33
    NASA specialists re-analyzed data from the Voyager 2" spacecraft, which flew off planet Uranus in 1986, and found that its atmosphere was leaking through a massive plasmoid, reported in. The Daily Mail.
  • Scientists report the first recorded heatwave in Antarctica, while also voicing their concerns that such phenomena could inflict long-term damage to animals, plants and ecosystems, DPA reported, citing a magazine publication. “Global Change Bayolugy.”
    Scientists: First heatwave is recorded in Antarctica
    2020-03-31 21:34:46
    Scientists report the first recorded heatwave in Antarctica, while also voicing their concerns that such phenomena could inflict long-term damage to animals, plants and ecosystems, DPA reported, citing a magazine publication. “Global Change Bayolugy.”
  • The sand is extremely suitable for the construction of castles and sculptures. To a large extent, the origin of the sand can be traced to the mountains. When water penetrates into cracks between the rocks and freezes, it causes erosion.
    Where does the sand on the beaches come from (Video)
    2020-03-31 20:55:15
    The sand is extremely suitable for the construction of castles and sculptures. To a large extent, the origin of the sand can be traced to the mountains. When water penetrates into cracks between the rocks and freezes, it causes erosion.
  • Specialists created an exoskeleton for the ankles that makes running easier and less tiring, reported in. The Daily Mail.
    Scientists develop ankle exoskeleton that makes running easier
    2020-03-30 22:09:46
    Specialists created an exoskeleton for the ankles that makes running easier and less tiring, reported in. The Daily Mail.
  • Black pine, yew and oak are among the trees that most efficiently purify the air from pollution due to automobile gases, reported in. The Daily Mail.
    Botanists found which trees purify the air best
    2020-03-30 21:49:47
    Black pine, yew and oak are among the trees that most efficiently purify the air from pollution due to automobile gases, reported in. The Daily Mail.
  • The National Library “St. Cyril and Methodius” (NBKM) shows humorous newspapers in a virtual exhibition. Humor and satire find a place as expressive means in the native press two decades after the appearance of the first Bulgarian periodicals - “Lyuslovie” magazine (1844) and “Bulgarian Eagle” newspaper (1846).
    Show revival humorous newspapers online
    2020-03-30 19:34:04
    The National Library “St. Cyril and Methodius” (NBKM) shows humorous newspapers in a virtual exhibition. Humor and satire find a place as expressive means in the native press two decades after the appearance of the first Bulgarian periodicals - “Lyuslovie” magazine (1844) and “Bulgarian Eagle” newspaper (1846).
  • As urbanization grows more and more in the world, a number of animal species, including birds, are finding it difficult to adjust to human presence. It could lead to the extinction of some bird species, while the lives of other feathered species may be thriving in urban environments, UPI reported.
    Research: Birds need to be big brains or lots of chicks to adjust to the city
    2020-03-26 21:19:06
    As urbanization grows more and more in the world, a number of animal species, including birds, are finding it difficult to adjust to human presence. It could lead to the extinction of some bird species, while the lives of other feathered species may be thriving in urban environments, UPI reported.
  • The Great Barrier Reef bleached for the third time in five years, DPA reported.
    Great Barrier Reef bleached for third time in 5 years
    2020-03-26 19:45:16
    The Great Barrier Reef bleached for the third time in five years, DPA reported.