Наука и техника

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  • Russia canceled a spacewalk

    Output Russian cosmonauts into space, scheduled for November 2017, is repealed. This at a press conference in Star city told reporters cosmonaut Sergey Ryazanskiy. Total for the Russian ISS program until the end of 2017 will be carried out only one spacewalk.

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  • NASA showed the "dinosaur head" on Mars

    Space station Mars Odyssey found on Mars, a geological terrain that resembles a dinosaur head. "Do you see what I mean? This is dinosaur head in the top of the image?" — joked the us space Agency about the image. Previously, NASA has found a new "face" on Mars.

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  • Exclusives the PlayStation 4 became available on PC

    Sony announced the PlayStation Now 20 games with the PS4, wrote senior Manager service marketing Brian Dunn in a company blog. Users have become available including the exclusive Killzone Shadow Fall, God of War 3 Remastered, Resogun. In the future we plan to add other games with the PS4.

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  • In the manuscripts of the VI century found recipes of Hippocrates

    Employees of the library of the Monastery of Saint Catherine at mount Sinai found the manuscript of the VI century BC, which contains recipes Greek physician Hippocrates. The manuscript was discovered during restoration work. About the discovery was publicly announced by the Minister of antiquities of Egypt Khaled El-Anani.

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  • The spread of cancer in a transparent mouse demonstrated on video

    Japanese scientists have obtained an image of the whole mouse body, a cancer patient. Researchers created three-dimensional model shows how the rodent spread of malignant cells, hitting the lungs, intestines and liver. The visualization was obtained by using chemical compounds CUBIC.

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  • Defined by height of titanium waves

    French scientists calculated the height of the waves in the waters of Titan, the largest moon of Saturn. Perturbations are formed in the lakes of liquid methane and ethane. The wave height reached one centimeter, in length of 20 centimetres. A study published in the journal Earth and Planetary Science Letters.

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  • Published photos of the cancelled Nokia tablet

    The network has published the real pictures of the Nokia tablet, codenamed Mercury. The device was supposed to come out in 2014-2015. A tablet running Windows RT. The device received an eight-inch display and Quad-core Intel Atom Z3795 with a clock frequency of 1.6 GHz.

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  • Identified the most useful form of vitamin D

    Scientists from the University of Surrey (UK) dispelled the myth that vitamins D2 and D3 are equally useful for the human body. The experiment, conducted over 12 weeks, showed that the form of D3 two times better absorbed than D2. This publication reports Medical Xpress.

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  • The number of substars in the milky Way

    Portuguese and British astronomers have estimated the number of brown (brown) dwarfs, or substars, in the milky Way. A study published in the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, and briefly about it reports the Royal astronomical society (UK).

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  • Successfully tested a vaccine against cancer

    American, German and Austrian oncologists showed that they tested personalized cancer vaccine are safe and clinically effective for the prevention of melanoma. Two related studies published in the journal Nature, and briefly about it tells Nature News.

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  • The programmer launched a "Tetris" on the soldering iron

    User Github under the name Joric has created a "Tetris" soldering iron TS100 and published a manual for its installation. The soldering iron has the screen firmware from a computer via the USB port, and thus managed to port the game. The control is via two buttons on the case.

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  • Disclosed is a frameless design of the Nokia

    In the network leaked brochure-Nokia smartphone with edge-to-edge screen. Judging by the images, the smartphone will be called Nokia 8. It will be equipped with a six-inch curved around the edges of the screen with minimal framework, an aspect ratio of 16:9 and a resolution of 2560×1440 pixels. Also in the brochure mentioned the availability of iris scanner.

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  • Assassin's Creed will remove the anime

    Film producer ADI Shankar has announced that it is establishing an anime adaptation of the game series Asassin''s Creed. In addition, Shankar is working on the animated series based on the game Castlevania for Netflix. The first season will be released in 2017 and the second scheduled for 2018.

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  • Nokia smartphones will get the processor from Xiaomi

    HMD Global, which owns the rights to the Nokia brand, has signed a cooperation agreement with Xiaomi. According to the report, Xiaomi, Nokia will provide equipment for the network infrastructure. Also the companies will collaborate on solutions for data centers and carry out studies in the field of Internet of things.

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  • Brain bees will help reduce the cost of the camera

    Researchers from RMIT University (RMIT) in Australia have identified a mechanism that allows bees to recognize colors in different times of the day. According to scientists, the discovery will allow to develop a camera with high accuracy.

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  • Reveals the purpose of the tunnel under the pyramid of the moon

    Scanning the ruins of the pyramid of the moon from the ancient city of Teotihuacan, located 50 kilometers from present-day Mexico city, showed that it is indeed in the tunnel. Underground corridor, as suggested by archaeologists, simulated journey to the afterlife. Reported by ABC News.

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  • Terms of interbreeding of Homo sapiens with Neanderthals

    German, Estonian, British and American scientists called the timing of the crossing of the representatives of Homo sapiens and Neanderthals, from 220 to 470 thousand years ago. A study published in the journal Nature Communications, briefly about it, reports Science News.

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