Latest newsFor the first time, astronomers have seen a double star brighten rather than fade when one star passes in front of its companion. Predicted decades ago, the phenomenon arises from gravitational microlensing as the great surface gravity of a white-dwarf star magnifies its partner's light.
Mars’ atmosphere was probably never thick enough to keep temperatures on the planet’s surface above freezing for the long term, suggests research published today in Nature Geoscience. Although the planet’s topography indicates that liquid water has flooded Mars in the distant past, evidence increasingly suggests that those episodes reflect occasional warm spells, not a consistently hospitable phase of the planet’s history.
Remote. Cold. Rugged. Those three adjectives capture the essence of Russia’s Kamchatka Peninsula. Another word—perhaps more applicable than anywhere else on Earth—is “fiery.”
The Solomon Islands were shaken by two powerful earthquakes yesterday, triggering a tsunami warning in the Pacific Ocean
The volcano has entered a new eruptive phase since 26 March, Ecuador's Institute of Geophysics (IGP) reported.
WOSCO SWB Scientific Coordination Committee Congratulates the Academician Prof. Dr. Franz Halberg with 90-years jubilee!
Prof.Dr. Franz Halberg
Scientific Coordination Committee
With the WOSCO Diploma
of the first degree
For outstanding service in the development
of Science and Education
for Scientific Cooperation
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