The great barrier reef turn white due to warming

March 16, 2017

The problem of coral bleaching is evident today as ever Researchers believe that the process threatens the very existence of the reef. Continuing for the second consecutive year, coral bleaching Great Barrier reef can be stopped only by adopting measures to combat global warming, scientists say. The study of the phenomenon of “whitening” or bleaching of the largest reef on the planet was conducted by a team of scientists from…

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Aliens of the deep. Fantastic animals of the oceans

March 14, 2017

American scientists have made many discoveries and nice photos of unusual sea creatures. National oceanic and atmospheric administration released footage from the ocean’s depths with amazing animals. American scientists are studying the nature reserves in the area of American Samoa in the Pacific ocean. Submersibles the scientists took many rare and unusual deep-sea animals. Their appearance is so unusual that is reminiscent of aliens from other planets

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Scientists have shown a black hole devoured a star

March 14, 2017

Black hole devouring a neighboring star The star rotates close enough to the black hole that makes a complete revolution for half an hour. The Australian ATCA telescope have discovered a double star system X9, which consists of a black hole and a white dwarf. The latter is located so close to the black hole, she gradually devours its neighbor, reports Seeker

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Scientists have named a new danger missions to Mars

March 11, 2017

The impact of cosmic radiation on astronauts organisms damaging to cells. Researchers from Wake forest University in the US found that prolonged exposure to space radiation increases the risk of leukemia. The impact of cosmic radiation on astronauts organisms damages the cells responsible for the formation of all blood cells, the article says Medical Express. Scientists conducted experiments on mice with transplant of human stem cells.

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The Saturn was similar to the dumpling

March 10, 2017

NASA NASA NASA Form pan looks like a flying saucer, spaceship, walnuts, ravioli and even trump. The spacecraft Cassini has fotografie a small moon of Saturn pan, with unprecedented clarity, reports NASA. Tiny Sputnik, which opened in 1990 in diameter is only 32 kilometers. It was named after the Greek God of herding and pastoralism, as tositsa to the so-called satellites to the shepherds. New images Cassini took with a…

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Stalin’s funeral: found unique colored frames

March 10, 2017

U.S. military documented the funeral procession, as well as everyday life in the USSR. The only independent kinovideoiskusstva the funeral of Soviet leader Josef Stalin, captured by U.S. army major Martin Mangion, first appeared in the Network. It publishes Now. Film found a historian from Seattle Douglas Smith, who gave them publication. Assistant military attache Manchot worked in Moscow for over a year when Stalin died

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NASA grew potatoes in Martian conditions

March 9, 2017

The main character of the film the Martian has managed to grow potatoes in the Martian soil Now, experts plan to find out which varieties will be most fruitful on Mars. The experiment to grow potatoes in the “Martian” conditions ended with success, according to the Phys.org. The project was made by experts from the International centre of potato and NASA experts. It tells astrobiologist NASA, the experiment showed that…

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Media showed flooded Fukushima boars

March 9, 2017

Boar master Fukushima Animals are destroying the agriculture of neighbouring villages. In Japan, people abandoned villages in the exclusion zone around the nuclear power plant Fukushima-1, where in 2011 there was an accident, master of the wild boars, reports Reuters. Previously, these animals lived in the surrounding mountains, but after the accident began to descend on abandoned land. First and foremost here attracted by the lack of natural hazards, as…

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Danish student found Luftwaffe fighter

March 9, 2017

Scanpix Scanpix Scanpix Scanpix Among the debris was the remains of the pilot, suit, hat, wallet and three condoms. In Denmark, the student found a German fighter during the Second world war with the remains of the pilot, completing homework history, according to CNN. Fourteen-year-old Daniel Christiansen came across fighter the Messerschmitt, when my father went on the field with a metal detector in search of old utensils.

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Europe launched a rocket with Ukrainian engine

March 8, 2017

The launch of Vega Vega put into orbit a satellite, Sentinel-2B. The European space Agency launched a satellite, Sentinel-2B on the Vega rocket with Ukrainian engine, reports Arianespace. The satellite was launched from Kourou in French Guiana in the framework of the Copernicus program, ESA implemented at the initiative of the European Commission. The launch occurred on Tuesday, March 7, at 01.49 GMT (03.49 Kiev

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