Many space agencies, including NASA, add strict measures to protect astronauts from Coronavirus

Many space agencies, including NASA, add strict measures to protect astronauts from Coronavirus

While the COVID-19 pandemic keeps governments afloat, NASA and other space agencies have added strict measures to prevent the spread of new coronaviruses among astronauts so that they do not carry the deadly virus in space. NASA astronaut Chris Cassidy and Russian cosmonauts Nikolai Tikhonov and Andrei Babkin will likely be launched at the International … Read more

Study, Health News, ET HealthWorld

Study, Health News, ET HealthWorld

Representative image An international team of scientists led by researchers from the Karolinska Institute in Sweden has released a comprehensive overview of all proteins expressed in the brain, published today in the journal Science. The open access database provides medical researchers with an unprecedented resource to deepen their understanding of neurobiology and develop new and … Read more

Most amphibians shine Mental thread

Most amphibians shine  Mental thread

If you walk through a forest at night, you see only darkness and shadows, and maybe the dirty outline of the trees in the sky. But if you were a salamander immersed in the bedding of leaves, in the right light conditions, you might see something completely different: the foliage glistening in shades of red … Read more

Earth captures the new “mini moon,” astronomers say

Earth captures the new “mini moon,” astronomers say

The mass – about 1.9-3.5 meters (6-11 feet) in diameter – was observed by researchers Kacper Wierzchos and Teddy Pruyne in the NASA-funded Catalina Sky Survey in Arizona on the night of February 15. By the France-Presse Agency Washington UPDATED ON 27 FEB 2020 2020 19:38 IST The Earth has acquired a second “mini-moon” the … Read more

The Great Barrier Reef remediation project is moving forward

The Great Barrier Reef remediation project is moving forward

Shen Neng Earth 1 Of Authority for the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park 26.02.2020 04:20:00 Following one of the worst shipwrecks in the worldSThe Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority is now entering the next phase of the Douglas Shoal remediation project and plans to begin a procurement process this year to hire a remediation … Read more

ISRO launches high-resolution images of the month clicked on Chandrayaan 2

ISRO launches high-resolution images of the month clicked on Chandrayaan 2

ANI | Updated: October 5, 2019 3:06 p.m. IST New Delhi [India]October 5 (ANI): The Indian space research organization on Saturday released images of the moon’s surface clicked by the High Resolution Orbiter (OHRC) aboard the Chandrayaan-2.ISRO shared the pictures of the month on the microblogging site.OHRC provides very high resolution images of the Moon. … Read more

New engine to make fuel efficient, light missiles, Energy News, ET EnergyWorld

New engine to make fuel efficient, light missiles, Energy News, ET EnergyWorld

New York: A new type of engine called a rotary detonation engine promises to make missiles not only more fuel efficient, but also lighter and less complicated to build, say researchers. For the findings, published in the journal Physical Review E, researchers at the University of Washington have developed a mathematical model that describes how … Read more

The study of African DNA detects mysterious human species, Health News, ET HealthWorld

The study of African DNA detects mysterious human species, Health News, ET HealthWorld

By Will Dunham WASHINGTON – Scientists examining the genome of West Africans have detected signs that a mysterious extinct human species crossed with our species tens of thousands of years ago in Africa, the latest evidence of mankind’s complicated genetic origin. The study indicated that today’s West Africans pursue a substantial proportion, between 2% and … Read more