On Mars, global warming has begun – scientists

May 27, 2016

Ice cap at the North pole of the planet began to melt. Geophysicists from the United States say that on the red planet global warming has begun. According to experts, Mars was in the phase of the ice age, but now began to come out of her, reports EurekAlert!. The full study was published in the journal Science. According to geophysicists, polar cap at the North pole of the planet…

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The Ukrainians won the competition with a NASA project for Mars

May 26, 2016

The Mars Hopper Team Mars Hopper became the winner of the Space Apps Challenge. Ukrainian project Mars Hopper received the first place in the category People’s Choice Awards (audience award) in worldwide competition NASA SpaceApps Challenge, according to NASA. The concept of the project is that Mars starts the plane, working on dry ice, which is enough on the polar caps of the planet.

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The ISS started to deploy an inflatable living module

May 26, 2016

The ISS tomorrow is deployed dwelling unit BEAM Finally finish this process on Friday. On the International space station, NASA began to deploy an inflatable living module BEAM, which is designed to live and work astronauts. On the website of the National office for Aeronautics and space research direct broadcast of this event. It is expected that the unfolding of the residential module will be completed on Friday

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Scientists have uncovered the mystery plume on Mars

May 25, 2016

A giant cloud was first noticed in 2012. Mystery plume on Mars, which was first noticed in 2012 at an abnormally high altitude Amateur astronomers, revealed, reported the European space Agency. Then the plume formed ten o’clock and occupied an area of 500 thousand square kilometers. Ten days later he disappeared. The structure was located much above the region where carbon dioxide and water could be formed in the clouds

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Scientists: oceans began to capture octopus and clams

May 24, 2016

Their population is continually growing since 1950-ies. Scientists have found that simultaneously with the reduction of fish populations and destruction of coral reefs in the oceans is increasing the number of octopuses. The cause of this phenomenon experts currently can not explain what notes Current Biology. Biologists determined that the population of these sea creatures varies cyclically. The surge of the number usually gives way to contraction

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In the Egyptian papyri found an attraction spell

May 23, 2016

On the reverse side of the papyrus are a few medical prescriptions. Some of axirinci of Paparizou was a love spell. On opening an Italian Egyptologist Franco Marcomini writes Live Science, reports Lenta.Ru. Found among the papyri of Egypt in ancient Greek, two were with spells. One thing – love for women, and another spell for men, whose aim is to subordinate his will he is a ruler. They were…

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Antibiotics worsen memory – scientists

May 23, 2016

The negative effect is noticeable with prolonged use of antibacterial drugs. German and American scientists have found that antibacterial preparations prolonged use adversely affects brain cells. In particular, they can cause memory disorders, reports Cosmos. In the study, experts also found that in the digestive system of children with autism, the environment is markedly different from that which can be observed in other children.

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Scientists have launched a project of regeneration of dead brain

May 23, 2016

For the study, selected 20 people diagnosed with brain death. Biotech company Bioquark Inc (USA) and Revita Life Sciences (India) has received permission from the authorities to study the regeneration of dead brain, reports the BBC. It is known that scientists have already selected the 20 people who were diagnosed with brain death. The functioning of the organism of these patients is maintained artificially

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