A new species of gold frog has been found in an unexplored mountain in southwestern Ethiopia. The species were discovered in just two days after…
The Japanese producer TES New Energy invented a new device for charging mobile handheld devices, mobile phones.This new gadget, called Hatsuden-Nabe, will allow to charge some device from a pot of boiling water or burning fire.The effect of this gadget is based on the thermoelectric conversion, which will turn the heat of boiling liquid and fire into electrical energy.View More Mobile Phones that will Charge from the Fire
The Japanese company Double Research & Development presented a manipulator Amenbo. It allows you to control your computer, using all five fingers.Amenbo consists of six main elements, such as support under the palm and five stands under the fingers, which are connected with the support of wires. In each stand, built-in sensor that tracks finger movement, and calculates the pressure which has a finger on the stand.View More Мouse with Five Fingers
With the help NASA’s Cassini spacecraft scientists has discovered that the water geysers erupting from Enceladus contain a significant amount of salt, wich is enough to suggest the presence of a subterranean sea. Saturn’s moon Enceladus, orbiting a planet about 891 million miles (1.4 billion km) from the sun, is cold and frigid on its surface.View More Subterranean Sea on Saturn’s Moon Enceladus
European astronomers have registered the water molecules in the emissions of small protostar L1448-MM.
H2O molecules have previously been observed in studies of young stellar objects located, for example, in the reflecting nebula NGC 1333. Mark Krumholz at theUniversity of California at Santa Cruz say that the new work differs with the highest accuracy of measurements.
NASA ‘s researchers analyzing samples returned by NASA’s 2004 Genesis mission have discovered that our sun and its inner planets may have formed differently than previously thought.This data revealed differences between the sun and planets in oxygen and nitrogen, which are two of the most abundant elements in our solar system. Although the difference is slight, the implications could help determine how our solar system evolved.View More New Data About Formation Sun and its Inner Planets
According to team of researchers led by Lorena Moskardelli from the University of Texas at Austin (USA) Martian droplike “islands” have formed deep under the water. Scientists emphasize striking similarity between the features of the Martian terrain and elongated hills on the seabed off the coast of Trinidad, confirming the hypothesis that in ancient times the northern plains of the Red Planet covered by the ocean.View More Martian Droplike Islands
According to scientists asteroid 2011 MD, whose size is between 8 to 18 meters, on Monday, June 27, 2011, at 13.26 GMT (17.26 GMT), will fly close to Earth, below the orbits of geostationary satellites.It will fly at a distance of 0.00012 AU from Earth, about 18 thousand kilometers, which is half the height of the geostationary satellites (about 36 thousand kilometers).Asteroid 2011MD was discovered only two days ago, on June 22, 2011.View More Asteroid 2011 MD Will Fly Close to Earth
Shi is beautiful, stylish and fashionable. But last pop sensation of Japan is not absolutely what it seems – actually it doesn’t exist. It appears that Aimi Eguchi, a new member of Japanese group AKB48, is a virtual composition of six other members of group. The virtual pop star has appeared for the first time in advertizing of Japanese sweets, but also has online a profile and has been presented at magazine photosession.View More Japan Pop Star Aimi Eguchi Was Virtual
San Francisco’s California Academy of Sciences building in Golden Gate Park has one of the world’s largest digital projection systems.Six projectors working together to project a 4096 x 4096 pixel image. This six projectors in the planetarium show off the story of life.NVDIA’s graphics processors not only used in powering your favorite games on your computer.View More NVIDIA’s graphics processors for California Academy of Sciences