Samantha Cristoforetti: Barycentric balls in space [Voice Vert Dider]

In this video, a series of educational videos ESA, the so-called “Lessons from Space”, you will see the experiment conducted by ESA astronaut, Samantha Cristoforetti on the International Space Station, and learn what the barycentre or center of gravity, free fall, as well as objects move relative to each other in orbit PS: As always,…

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The United States published a list of targets for a nuclear strike in the USSR

Deactivate a nuclear missile Titan II at the Museum (Brendan Smialowski / Agence France-Presse) The list of targets for nuclear missile strikes in the USSR, the most impressive looks item №275. It is called very simply – “population”. The list itself was first published by the National Archives and Records Administration. The document has been…

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China successfully launched a probe satellite search for dark matter

The rocket Long March-2D, China was able to successfully launch its first probe to study dark matter on Thursday, 17 of December. The satellite, called ICHTM (Researcher of dark matter particles, orig. Dark Matter Particle Explorer / DAMPE), started c using rocket Long March-2D (orig. Long March 2D) at 00:12 GMT. Starting produced from the…

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European Centre for Nuclear Research

Few visitors to the Geneva suspect that life in this city is in full swing (or rather, a fountain, which became his trademark) is not only the city, but deep underground. There, at a depth of hundreds of meters, many kilometers of tunnels to rush the speed of light beams of elementary particles, protons, trying…

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