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JAXA: Japan is the fourth country in the world to land on the moon
The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency is set to move forward with a plan to go to the moon, landing an unmanned probe on the lunar surface as early as 2018. If JAXA is successful, this would make Japan the fourth country in the world to land on the moon. Aside from the distinction of being one of the few countries to have reached the moon, Japan's lunar trip will also mark further preparations for exploring Mars.
From Scotland to space: Europe & UK’s first spaceport by 2018
In its report, the government noted that commercial sub-orbital spaceflights for paying passengers will kick off in the US by the end of this year via Virgin Galactic. It wants the UK to get in on the space-tourist action by becoming the centre for such activity in Europe.
OFFICIAL US Army and AAF Technical Intelligence Reports from 1945 list strange flight craft encountered over the Reich in the last year of the war. Jim Wilson of Popular Mechanics magazine researched this material for an article and through FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) documents discovered that the modern USAF ADMITTED by 1995 that the Germans possessed flight discs but only conceded that they were "inherently unstable".
INO vs JUNO - Who will build first the biggest Neutrino Observatory and catch the 'phantom particle'
India-based Neutrino Observatory (INO) will house the world's most massive magnet, four times larger than the 12,500-tonne magnet in the Compact Muon Solenoid detector at CERN in Geneva. In its turn - Jiangmen Underground Neutrino Observatory (JUNO) will use a 20000-ton liquid scintillator, deployed 700 meters underground to detect neutrinos with excellent energy resolution. It be surrounded by 15000 PMTs, a water pool, and a muon veto. The overbudrden includes 270m of granite mountain, which will reduce cosmic muons
Solar Project TuNur Will Power Two Million European Homes
Deep in the Tunisian Sahara, TuNur is a solar-powered renewable energy initiative with a big ambition… Rather than the traditional method of using a range of photovoltaic solar panels to absorb the sun’s energy, the project uses “concentrated solar power” instead.
Simply put, this process uses mirrors to refocus the sun’s force to a central tower, where water and molten salt is heated to 932 degrees Fahrenheit. That energy powers a turbine, which creates electricity.
UK science project, to ensure AI can follow rules and make ethical decisions, is ready to prevent robot world domination
Researchers at the Universities of Sheffield, Liverpool and the West of England, Bristol have set up a new project with the aim of ensuring robots meet industrial standards and are developed responsibly. The £1.4 million project will run until 2018. Professor Michael Fisher, principal investigator at Liverpool, said the project will ‘develop formal verification techniques for tackling questions of safety, ethics, legality and reliability across a range of autonomous systems.’
Тhe world's fastest self-driving cars AUDI RS go to the market ... by "themselves"
Two Audi RS7 performance sedans raced around a track in northern Germany. The car without a driver won this matchup by five seconds. In its effort to bring autonomous-driving technology to the streets, Volkswagen AG’s Audi is testing unmanned vehicles at speeds as fast as 305 km/h. In these experiments, the car decides for itself the best way to take the corners in its race against human drivers.
"The Island" (2005) predictions: The wealthy people will sponsor producing of their clones, who are used for organ harvesting and surrogate motherhood
In the year 2019, Lincoln Six Echo and Jordan Two Delta live with others in an isolated compound. Their community is governed by a set of strict rules. The residents believe that the outer world has become too contaminated for human life with the exception of one island. Every week a lottery is conducted and the winner gets to leave the compound to live on the island.
The City of Plovdiv, Bulgaria hosts "Europe’s Capital of Culture 2019"
Plovdiv is the oldest living city in Europe, which has survived the winds of time through 8 millenniums. In Sept. 2014 the independent selection panel, responsible for assessing the Bulgarian cities competing to be European Capital of Culture in 2019, has recommended that Plovdiv should be awarded the title.
The achievement of "20-20-20 European Union climate and energy package" targets
We all know what the bad climate changes are capable of. Its time for us, to do some big steps, in order to make our planet a better place for living. Here are the ambitious climate and energy targets of the European Union for the next 6 years.