First Planetary Defense Test: NASA spacecraft successfully hits an asteroid

The American space agency (NASA) successfully hit an asteroid late last night with the DART spacecraft. It was a historic mission because it was the "first planetary defense test" of Earth against a potential impact by changing direction. The last moments before the collision were recorded by a camera on the aircraft, and the last picture was taken by the aircraft two seconds before the impact. The purpose of...

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Starting next month, you will be able to play The Sims 4 video game for free

Video game company "Electronic Arts" recently announced a great news for all fans of the legendary video game "Sims". The Sims 4 game will be free to download from October 18 on a number of devices, from PC and Mac to PlayStation and Xbox. "We've welcomed millions of Sims players and watched with curiosity as...

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Ignobel Awards: Discoveries that will first make you laugh, but also make you think

Without as much fanfare as the Nobel laureates, the world of science learned last night the laureates of this year's Ignobel awards for discoveries, which, as the authors of the selection state, "will first make you laugh, but then make you think." The awards have been presented by the "Annals of Amazing Research" for 32 years and deserve the respect of much more "serious" scientific institutions. – The awarding…

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Man on the way to Mars: NASA can produce oxygen on the planet

Since NASA's Perseverance rover created oxygen on Mars last April, a huge step forward has been taken toward closer habitation on the planet. Namely, scientists have successfully produced oxygen using the Moxie instrument, a toaster-sized device mounted on the rover that separates the carbon dioxide-rich atmosphere. All of NASA's hopes of sending…

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PHOTO | Historic moment: James Webb took the first photo of a planet outside our solar system

For the first time, astronomers have used NASA's James Webb Space Telescope to capture a direct image of a planet outside our solar system. It is an exoplanet that is a gas giant, which means it has no solid rocky surface and cannot be inhabited. Photographed through four different light filters, it shows how a powerful infrared beam...

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After 50 years, NASA will launch the most powerful rocket to the moon

For the first time in 50 years, NASA today plans to launch the first rocket that will be able to carry people to and from the moon in the future, the Guardian reports. The giant Space Launch System (SLS) rocket is scheduled to lift off from NASA's Cape Canaveral complex in Florida at 8:33 a.m. local time (14:33 p.m. Macedonian...

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VIDEO | NASA releases sound from space: The black hole is heard

NASA posted an audio recording from space on its Twitter account, which shows sound waves coming from a black hole and passing through a group of galaxies. "The false assumption that there is no sound in space comes from the fact that most of space is a vacuum, through which no waves can travel. The galaxy cluster has so much gas that…

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"Instagram" and "TikTok" are already too toxic for them: This is the new favorite application of Generation Z

Social media users, including major Hollywood stars, last month when Instagram tested changes that flooded the home pages of users' profiles with recommended short videos called "reels" and content shared by other people they don't follow at all "asked ” company to stop trying to be “TikTok”. That was …

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