Asteroid 2009 BD and Earth

Asteroid 2009 BD and Earth

An asteroid called 2009 BD came within 215000 miles of Earth According to scientists asteroid is a small object only 7 meters which doesnt represent any threats Scientists think that after the close pass, asteroid 2009 BD didn’t recede into the depths of space, it will remain within 10 lunar distances of us for the next month or so.

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Eco Laptop Luce

Eco Laptop Luce is the brainchild of Andrea Ponti. Device can be proud to be called the sexiest laptop on the solar panels in the world. Created from an ultra-light polycarbonate, the computer can boast of two photovoltaic panels mounted on the lid of the laptop and keyboard.

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Robot That Can Themselves Learn

Some time ago was created robot ARMAR-IIIa by scientists working at the center of robotics. ARMAR-IIIa has 43 degrees of freedom and many sensors.But scientists didn’t stop and continued their works. So now they created an new robot, called ARMAR-IIIb. This robot has a special platform wich helped the robot to analyze observations, voice’s instructions and also gestures

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Magic Stick Smart Pen presented his version of intelligent digital pen, called Magic Stick Smart Pen, that can work in tandem with the iPad, iPhone, PCs and laptops. It consists of itself pens and block, where to hide all the electronics, which tracks hand’s movements, and which should be attached to the top of the sheet of paper on which to write

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Milky Ways Twin Galaxy

The galaxsy NGC 6744 located in the constellation of the Peacock at a distance of 30 million light-years from Earth.With the help their studies astronomers found that both galaxies are similar in structure of the nucleus and the arms and NGC6744 has a satellite, galaxy NGC6744A, such as the Milky Way

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New Detector for Gravitational Waves

For many yeras scientists have been trying to detect gravitational waves but nothing happens. Now new research suggests that with the help just one more detector scientists will be able to achieve success. So four gravitational wave detectors are currently in operation.In proposals have been submitted to build three more, one each in Japan, Australia and India

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