Scientists at the Research Centre NASA had the opportunity to study a mysterious substance that hides from us the most distant parts of the universe.Astronomers suspect that one of the carbon-containing compounds, called polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), may cause absorption of light at several wavelengths.
Irish astronomers have discovered a new asteroid 2010-SO16, which revolves around the Earth at a distance of 19 million miles away. According to scientists, the object with a diameter of 400 miles could be formed 4.4 million years ago, during the collision of Earth with a huge celestial body
Astrophysics at Oxford University reconstructed the collision of galaxies, which led to the emergence of system Arp 147, located about four hundred and thirty million light-years from Earth in the constellation of Cetus.System Arp 147 is a “Galactic Pair, consisting of two objects ring-shaped and elliptical galaxies.
In the laboratory of University Cornell (USA), which engaged in nanotechnology, has been made guitar, which size is only 10 microns.Unlike the previous model, which was made in 1997, this guitar can play, because it has six strings, and as a mediator can use laser
NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory spacecraft viewed Coronal mass ejection on June 7, 2011. This event registered as a Class M-2 solar flare, which is a medium-class sun storm that should not be a danger to satellites or infrastructure on Earth.The Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) observed the flare’s peak at 1:41a.m
Experts from Pixel Qi, a company that specializes in displays with low power consumption, have decided to develop a solar panel which could easily provide power portable gadgets. The company recently introduced its latest system at Computex 2011.The system is designed for installation on Tablet PCs to help them run entirely on solar energy.
Team of students from Suinbernskogo University of Technology have developed a robot named Ruby that could solve the Rubik’s cube.The machine is able to solve the 3x3x3 Rubik’s Cube in 10.69 seconds. Recorded time includes the time it takes the machine to scan the cube before the decision
cientists from the University of Prinstanskogo found tiny round worms at a depth of 3.6 km in the gold mines of South Africa.Very tiny nematode length is just 500 microns were found in three gold mines in South Africa near the city of Johannesburg, where they lived at a depth of 900 to 3.6 miles beneath the earth
PhotoFast has created a USB-drive with the 30-pin dock connector. On the one side аt i-FlashDrive is a standard USB-connector for connecting to PCs and other compatible equipment, and on the other side is 30-pin dock connector of Apple. Inside of small plastic box mounted chip of flash memory with a total capacity of up to 32 GB. With the help of this there is an opportunity to share information between PC and iPhone, iPod touch or iPad to bypass iTunes.PhotoFast published in the App Store a special file manager for i-FlashDrive and his chances are quite wide.This unusual accessory will go on sale this month with the prices ranging from $ 95 for 8-gigabyte model to $ 180 for a 32-gigabyte.