Three billionaires or better to say three remarkable men have a mission to save Earth first. Elon Musk wants to fly to Mars. Jeff Bezos has a dream putting a colony on the moon. And Richard Branson wants to offer luxury space tourism under the Virgin banner. Christian Davenport, author of “The Space Barons”, in his book writes about these three billionaires, discusses their different ideas for exploring the cosmos, and explains why women are still so underrepresented in space. Forbes.com says “it’s no surprise that space enthusiasts would be ecstatic about any seemingly viable alternative to space politics as usual.
Tesla has built the world’s biggest battery which is three times bigger than any other. The 100 MV battery facility will ultimately power 30,000 homes. South Australia got the world’s biggest battery in just a record time of 100 days. “The completion of the world’s largest lithium-ion battery in record time shows that a sustainable, effective energy solution is possible,” a company spokesperson said in a statement. “South Australia is now leading the world in dispatchable renewable energy, delivered to homes and businesses 24/7,” Jay Weatherill, South Australia’s premier, said in a statement.
Nowadays consumers understand synthetic diamonds as cheap and fake, but that may change into natural diamonds become more expansive. Olya Linde, lead author of the 2014 Bain & Company global diamond industry report, said there is no indication that consumer preferences will change anytime soon, but a lot depends on the marketing push from lab-grown producers. “Diamonds are not bread,” she said. “We don’t need it to survive.
Internet has become so important unit in our everyday routine, that we can’t imagine our lives without it. In accordance with statistics Facebook was the first social network to surpass 1 billion registered accounts and currently sits at 2.2 billion monthly active users. The leading social networks are usually available in multiple languages and allow users to connect with friends or people across geographical, political or economic borders.
The last Blue Moon in 2018 shone bright for skywatchers around the world on March 31. On March 31 we saw a full moon which was very bright and awesome, that is called Blue Moon. We are running to say that it is the second and final Blue Moon of this year. According to earthsky.org “Two Blue Moons in one year seem to belie the idea that once in a Blue Moon indicates something rare. It’s true that, in recent years – with more than one definition for Blue Moon – Blue Moons seem to happen pretty often.
Nowadays we are facing different kinds of phenomena, that is to say different kinds of discoveries. Today we are going to inform you another discovery related to a human body, which may be arouse your interest. The new organ that has discovered is called interstitium. Scientists from New York University’s School of Medicine published the findings on the interstitium in Scientific Reports after noticing the new organ in live samples.
For the first time ever scientists have created three-dimensional (3D) numerical model of melting snowflakes in the atmosphere. The discovery has developed by Jussi Leinonen: a scientist of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California. The Snowflake helps scientists to better understand how the snow can melt, and provides them to identify the signature in radar signals of heavier, wetter snow: the kind that breaks power lines and tree limbs – and could be a step toward improving predictions of this hazard.
Sci-Fi telescope Stellina or universe of wonders; we are making parallels between these two word combinations. It is something new and amazing that comes to reality. Sci-Fi telescope is called Stellina, which is going to sell on May 10. It is designed and built by the French company Vaonis.
A Research team of Yale has detected a galaxy that has no dark matter. As you know dark matter is a type of matter that has not yet been directly observed, but is thought to form a fundamental part of the universe. The discovery has broad implications for astrophysics, the researchers said.