What Happen If Ceres and Vesta Will Collide

Calculations of the orbital evolution of two major objects of the main asteroid belt, the dwarf planet Ceres ans the asteroid Vesta. showed that in the future they may collide.The collide of Ceres and Vesta possible with a probability of 0.2% per billion years.Laskar and his colleagues conducted computer simulations of the evolution of the solar system, considering the behavior of the eight planets, Pluto, Ceres, and the four largest asteroids Pallas, Vesta, Iris and Bamberg, located in the main asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter

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New Planet Near the Triple Star HD 132 563

More recently, scientists announced the discovery of new planets near the triple star HD 132 563.The main star, HD 132563A, is binary. The study conducted by a team of scientists led by Silvano Desidera of the Astronomical Observatory of Padua, Italy. The new planet moves on the orbit of the second star in the system HD 132563B. As in the binary component of the main star, the new planet was detected by spectral analysis.

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Aircraft With Transparent Fuselage

In London, passed the presentation of the aircraft of the future. The company Airbus introduced the concept of the interior liner Concept Cabin. The main innovation of the aircraft is the transparent fuselage, through which will be able to see everything, and the earth under their feet, and the clouds around, and the beauty of the night sky.

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Ideal Source of Ggravitational Waves

A team of American and Spanish astronomers led by Warren Brown from Harvard University in the United States found two white dwarf that form a binary system J0651, at a distance of 3.26 thousand light-years from Earth, and that should be a powerful source of gravitational waves. One of the stars of J0651 is with the size of Neptune and the mass of a quarter of a solar mass, the second is with the size of the Earth and the solar mass in the half.

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Robots Which Can Help Disabled

Willow Garage, the Healthcare Robotics Lab at Georgia Tech, and Henry and Jane Evans developed a new project , called Robots for Humanity.Henry Evans is a mute quadriplegic, having suffered a stroke when he was just 40 years old. Following extensive therapy, Henry regained the ability to move his head and use a finger, which allows him to operate computers.

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