Adidas to only use recycled plastics in its products by 2024

In particular, products made from recycled plastic will be much easier and faster to dry after washing. Brand Adidas chose to join the decision of environmental problems of the world, therefore, will be to create shoes and clothing from recycled ... More..

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Ten new Jupiter moons discovered, including a 'wrong-way driver'
by | Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Ten new Jupiter moons discovered, including a 'wrong-way driver'

Nine of them are in previously discovered clusters of moons that are in what astronomers call a retrograde orbit . Sheppard, who led the team, said Jupiter just happened to be in the sky near the searc...More..

NASA Juno Spacecraft Finds Another Possible Volcano on Jupiter Moon Io
by | Tuesday, July 17, 2018

NASA Juno Spacecraft Finds Another Possible Volcano on Jupiter Moon Io

Previously, scientists have new evidence about the discovery of active geysers on another moon of Jupiter - Europe. It detected InfraRed data through the InfraRed Auroral Mapper instrument on December 16, 2017....More..

by | Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Ten new moons-including one 'oddball'-discovered around Jupiter

The astronomers were looking for objects on the fringes of the solar system when they spotted the Jupiter moons. This putative planet is now sometimes popularly called Planet X or Planet Nine. The moon can be s...More..

by | Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Astronomers just discovered 12 new moons around Jupiter

One of a dozen new moons discovered around Jupiter is circling the planet on a suicide orbit that will inevitably lead to its violent destruction, astronomers say. Because it's orbiting in the opposite direct...More..

Critically endangered black rhinos die during relocation
by | Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Critically endangered black rhinos die during relocation

Preliminary investigations point to salt poisoning as the rhinos tried to adapt to saltier water in their new home, the Ministry of Tourism and Wildlife said in a statement , describing how the animals likel...More..

British government selects Scotland’s Sutherland site to be prime United Kingdom spaceport
by | Tuesday, July 17, 2018

British government selects Scotland’s Sutherland site to be prime United Kingdom spaceport

It's not surprising that Lockheed Martin will benefit from the British grants. Sutherland was chosen for the United Kingdom's first vertical launch site after an assessment of several proposed spaceport sites...More..

Environment Canada issues severe thunderstorm watch for Toronto
by | Monday, July 16, 2018

Environment Canada issues severe thunderstorm watch for Toronto

To beat the heat, Environment Canada is recommending Calgarians consider rescheduling outdoor activities to cooler hours of the day, spend time in cool indoor areas and drink plenty of water and other non-alcoh...More..

Observatories Team Up to Reveal Rare Double Asteroid
by | Monday, July 16, 2018

Observatories Team Up to Reveal Rare Double Asteroid

According to the United States national space agency, new observations dramatically increased the amount of data previously known about this type of binary asteroids. In fact, scientists said, 2017 YE5 is likel...More..

South Africa's MeerKAT Telescope Inaugurated
by | Monday, July 16, 2018

South Africa's MeerKAT Telescope Inaugurated

Last month, scientists linked a powerful optical telescope, MeerLITCH, built 125 miles south of Carnarvon, with the MeerKAT to allow for simultaneous optic and radio study of cosmic events as they occur. "Altho...More..

NASA shares creepy image of 'spiders' on Mars
by | Monday, July 16, 2018

NASA shares creepy image of 'spiders' on Mars

The image was taken by the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter on May 13, 2018, during Mars' winter season. Of course, the dark marks shown in the image above aren't spiders - they're not even living creatures. Win...More..

Newly Detected Particle Is Huge for Astronomy
by | Monday, July 16, 2018

Newly Detected Particle Is Huge for Astronomy

According to the previous data records a highly energetic neutrino collided one of the nuclei which were of those frozen water atoms in September 2017, which resulted in the creation of a particle which is sp...More..

Straws suck. Kudos to Starbucks for changing
by | Monday, July 16, 2018

Straws suck. Kudos to Starbucks for changing

With our present population faced with an increasing need to clean up our oceans from oil spills, landfill overflows and endless plastics, it was only a matter of time before a major chain stepped up and announ...More..

Solar Eclipse: Everything You Need to Know About the Upcoming Partial Eclipse
by | Sunday, July 15, 2018

Solar Eclipse: Everything You Need to Know About the Upcoming Partial Eclipse

If you would like to experience the event fully and want to know the best times to view it, look no further. Meanwhile, the social media is abuzz over several speculations related to Solar Eclipse , mainly bec...More..

Rare double asteroid scoots by Earth
by | Sunday, July 15, 2018

Rare double asteroid scoots by Earth

The near-Earth asteroid 2017 YE5 is actually two asteroids. Optical observations were used to measure the brightness of the binary asteroid, which confirmed the findings from the three radar telescopes . On ...More..

Huge iceberg drifts close to Greenland village, causing fears of a tsunami
by | Sunday, July 15, 2018

Huge iceberg drifts close to Greenland village, causing fears of a tsunami

Big icebergs don't always melt politely into the ocean. There are fears the village could be flooded if and when the iceberg breaks apart. "It's not a peaceful process", Joerg Schaefer, a climate researcher...More..

by | Sunday, July 15, 2018

Century's longest total lunar eclipse on July 27-28

However, solar eclipse will be partially visible in India , which is further called the partial social eclipse or the extracellular solar eclipse . Umbra is the darkest region whereas penumbra is the partia...More..

Delays In NASA Commercial Crew Program Impede Astronaut Launches To ISS
by | Sunday, July 15, 2018

Delays In NASA Commercial Crew Program Impede Astronaut Launches To ISS

It now pays the Russian government $82 million per seat, but that contract is ending. The "Progress 70" spacecraft, propelled by the old reliable Soviet-era Soyuz booster, departed on the 140,000 km (86,000 m...More..

Jaguar escapes habitat at Audubon Zoo in New Orleans, kills 6 animals
by | Sunday, July 15, 2018

Jaguar escapes habitat at Audubon Zoo in New Orleans, kills 6 animals

Officials said there are protocols in place if an escape happened during hours where the zoo would have been open, and employees run drills multiple times a year to prepare for that situation. The jaguar is hou...More..

Meanwhile, California slashes emissions to below 1990 levels
by | Saturday, July 14, 2018

Meanwhile, California slashes emissions to below 1990 levels

Nichols, chair of the California Air Resources Board , said the state was well positioned to meet the next challenge of the 2030 target. Overall trends in the inventory also demonstrate that the carbon intensit...More..