NASA is planning to launch the Mars 2020 robotic rover to the one of the mysterious planets which is sometimes called Red planet.
EXPRESS informed that Antarctica ice is melting faster than expected, with more than 100 metres of thickness vanished in some areas. “In parts of Antarctica,…View More Scientists Have Warried Antarctica Ice Is Melting Five Times Faster
Scientists have warned that Antarctica could go green for the reason of climate change. As informed ww.independent.co.uk “Experts believe clues about the future of the…View More Scientists Have Indicated That Antarctica Could Go Green
The coldest place on Earth that ever measured is in the ridge in eastern Antarctica, near the South Pole. But according to the new study scientists find out that temperatures can drop even lower there than the previous measurements.View More Scientists Have Found the Coldest Place On Earth
On June 5th, 2012, Venus will pass across the face of the sun, producing a silhouette that no one alive today will likely see again. Transits of Venus are very rare, coming in pairs separated by more than a hundred years. This June’s transit, the bookend of a 2004-2012 pair, won’t be repeated until the year 2117. Fortunately, the event is widely visible. Observers on seven continents, even a sliver of Antarctica, will be in position to see it.View More Transit of Venus 2012
Scientists have discovered on Antarctica a fossil of a tail bone belonging to a titanosaur, the family of giant plant-eating dinosaurs.View More Scientists Discovered Fossil of Titanosaur Tail Bone
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