Recent Posts by Marcin Poczytowski

Carter lakes carved canyons overflowing across Mars 

Today, most of the water on Mars is bolted away in frozen ice caps. However, billions of years past it flowed freely across the surface, forming dashing rivers that empty into craters, forming lakes and seas. New analysis junction rectifier by The University of TX at capital of Texas has found proof that generally the…
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Skilled generation of top-notch plasma enabled by high magnetic field

An international joint analysis cluster crystal rectifier by port University incontestible that it had been attainable to with efficiency heat plasma by focusing a relativistic ray (REB) accelerated by a high-intensity short-pulse optical maser with the applying of a field of force of 600 tesla (T), concerning 600 times bigger than the magnetic energy of…
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Why mass extinctions occur: Unravelling the factors

From the University of Leicesterscientists have shed new lightweight on why mass extinctions have occurred through history - and the way this data may facilitate in predicting coming ecological catastrophes. The international team has investigated unexpected ecological transitions throughout history, from mass mortality events within the so much past to newer extinctions that have occurred…
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Florence takes aim at Carolinas that residents told to get out now

Streams of cars clogged roads leading removed from the coast of North and South geographical region on Tuesday as residents began fleeing earlier than the arrival of cyclone Florence, a robust class four storm barreling towards the jap America states. While several coastal residents heeded obligatory evacuation orders, others were boarding up homes and businesses…
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Amid new book claims in the Mattis spotlight

US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis isn't an admirer of showing on tv and he would rather not see his name within the newspaper. In different words, the previous Marine general likes to try to keep his head down and do his job with the smallest amount fuss a prime member of President Donald Trump's cupboard…
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It can get itself up, if military robot falls

Scientists at the U.S. Army lab and also the Johns Hopkins University Applied lab have developed computer code to make sure that if a mechanism falls, it will get itself duplicate, which means future military robots are going to be less dependent on their Soldier handlers. Based on feedback from troopers at a military coaching…
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Tandem photovoltaic modules, silicon-based can compete in the solar market

Arizona State University’s new solar energy research demonstrates about silicon-based, photovoltaic modules that transfer sunlight to electricity with high efficiency. They explain the efficiency of present modules that will become increasingly excellent in the US.  ASU Fulton Schools of Engineering, Assistant Research Professor Zhengshan J. Yu, Graduate Student Joe V. Carpenter and Assistant Professor Zachary…
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In modern computer vision systems research identifies the key weakness

In the past decade, computer vision algorithms have come a long way. They have been shown as good as people at tasks like categorizing cat breeds or dog breeds and they have significant ability to identify specific faces among the millions. Researchers at Brown University shows that computers fail at a class task that young…
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Planetary Defense within 20 years

On 11th March 1998, the asteroid astronomers around the world received new observation data, and an ominous message on the latest data explored asteroid 1997 XF11. The near earth object studies on NASA enters the third decade. This is suggested that it has the chance of hitting the earth from nearly one KM away in…
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Yang Liwei: Space station era readying by China

Yang Liwei, director of the China Manned Space Engineering Office and the country's first astronaut, said that in the year 2020 China is accelerating its time for a space station with the core capsule. He told that the Chinese media has two space stations experimental modules that will be sent into space in 2021-2022. Three…
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