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Fall under consent of the king

September 27, 2008
If we would like to build a statue in honour of American financial system, it should have all for legs in the air.

Water from the star

September 20, 2008
Water is being blasted to pieces by a young star's laser-like jets, according to new observations from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope.

A historical scientific moment

September 13, 2008
Homo sapiens made another big achievement and the end of the world failed. Again.

The mystery of young stars near black holes solved

August 23, 2008
The team of astrophysicists at the Universities of St Andrews and Edinburgh solved the mystery of how young stars can form within the strong gravity of black holes.

The 99 Islamic heroes

August 16, 2008
The 99 is one of the bridges between the East and the West I have ever seen. It's a comic book that spreads the idea of cooperation and understanding.

Geological activity on a frozen world

August 9, 2008
The new images sent from the Cassini spacecraft passing by Enceladus revealed plumes of water-ice jetting out into space. That opens new questions about life on Jupiter's moon.

Finally! Mars is wet

August 2, 2008
After centuries of watching and decades of flights and experiments, Homo sapiens have proof that Mars is we. For the first time Martian water has been touched and tasted.

The aurora borealis mystery - solved

July 26, 2008
In 1619 A.D., Galileo Galilei coined the term "aurora borealis" after Aurora, the Roman goddess of morning. He thought that the auroras he saw were due to sunlight reflecting from the atmosphere.

SLAC found lowest energy bottomonium

July 12, 2008
Thirty years ago, particle physics delighted in discovering the "bottomonium" family—the set of particles that contain both a bottom quark and an anti-bottom quark but are bound together with different energies.

Einstein was right. Again.

July 5, 2008
Einstein’s theory of general relativity is with us for more he 90 years and new discovery proved again that one of the greatest scientist was right.

Canada's search for asteroids

June 28, 2008
To make us less worried, Canada is building the world’s first space telescope designed to detect and track asteroids and satellites near Earth.

We are one world, after all

June 21, 2008
Contrary to all theories that claim that one should spend less time tied to a computer and more time living the life, the new version of internet browser Firefox shows that the internet is very powerful thing for connecting people.