In search of extraterrestrial life, scientists have found thousands of distant planets with conditions similar to Earth’s. However, could life have arisen on our closest neighbour: Mars?
The unusual discovery was made in the Baltic Sea near the Lithuanian village of Juodkrante, which is home to 900 people. The research was conducted by scientists from Poland and Lithuania.
Researchers from Anglia Ruskin University (UK) have identified the damage caused to the environment by such type of waste as cigarette butts.
The discovery was made by an underwater robot that had been surveying the seafloor for the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline, which will connect Russia and Germany.
The Universe resembles a web: most of it is empty, while matter is collected into small clusters, with large abysses separating them.
If the undertaking is a success, the European Space Agency will get construction material capable to store solar energy.
The discovery has enormous potential in robotics, microelectronics and related fields.
As it turns out, Homo sapiens actively crossbreed not only with Neanderthal and Denisova hominins but also with other unknown to science proto-men. Their genes predominantly discovered among populations of South-East Asia.
NASA experts report that the global average temperature was 0.93 Celsius degrees higher than the norm in June. So last month officially went down as the hottest June in history.
The enormous animal was discovered by TV presenter Lizzie Daly. This happened when the reporter was diving in Falmouth, England.
Not only have researchers built a theoretical model, but they were also able to watch a moon forming around exoplanet PDS 70c.
The next package sent to American astronauts will contain some chili pepper seeds. The first harvest will mature by November 2019.