Category: technology

World’s Longest Burning Light Bulb Is Still Glowing After 117 Years

World’s Longest Burning Light Bulb Is Still Glowing After 117 Years

Centennial Bulb, the Longest burning Light Bulb in history. The world’s longest-lasting light bulb is burning since 1901 and you can find it on 4550 East Avenue, Livermore, California, being maintained by the Livermore-Pleasanton Fire Department. Emitting about a 4-watt nightlight, it was originally a 60-watt bulb, but the passing of the time had the last…

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Voyager 1 Fires Up Thrusters After 37 Years

Voyager 1 Fires Up Thrusters After 37 Years

After 37 years without use, the thrusters of Voyager 1 successfully fired up Wednesday. The only human-made object in interstellar space, the fastest and farthest spacecraft, NASA’s Voyager 1 has been flying for 40 years. But how can it still communicate with Earth? The spacecraft relies on small devices called thrusters to orient itself to our…

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Scientists Have Found A Way To Feed The Whole Planet With Renewable Energy

Scientists Have Found A Way To Feed The Whole Planet With Renewable Energy

Renewable energy is about to win the fight against fossil fuels. A huge farm of wind turbines, built in the middle of the North Atlantic Ocean could save the whole planet. In a study led by Anna Possner and Ken Caldeira, from the University of Standford Sciences in California, in the journal Proceedings of the…

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100% Renewable Energy for Google by the End of 2017

100% Renewable Energy for Google by the End of 2017

The company will be running entirely on renewable energy by the end of this year .Known as the largest corporate purchaser of renewable energy in the world, Google announced on company’s environmental report that it will run 100% on solar and wind energy by the end of 2017. The company first announced its intention to hit this milestone last year,…

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Final Images from Cassini

Final Images from Cassini

NASA released final images of the Cassini mission.   The Cassini mission went exactly as NASA planned. After a 13-years tour of the Saturn system Cassini has managed to deliver us the most awaited images all over the world. Finale Ringscape “Goodbye Kiss” of Titan Infrared Image of the Impact Site Impact Site: Cassini’s Final Image…

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Cassini Spacecraft Makes Its Final Approach to Saturn

Cassini Spacecraft Makes Its Final Approach to Saturn

We’ll stay breathless, because Cassini’s antenna will keep sending informations to Earth until its last moment. Between 26 April and September 15, Cassini ‘jumped’ between Saturn and its rings, on a region that no other mission in humankind history ever explored before. A 13-year tour of the Saturn system is ending with an intentional plunge into…

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Unlimited Energy Is One Step Away From Reality? Plasma Allows Nuclear Fusion To Happen

Unlimited Energy Is One Step Away From Reality? Plasma Allows Nuclear Fusion To Happen

Mankind is one step ahead in achieving the nuclear fusion. Considering this a source of the future, nuclear fusion can provide an unlimited amount of energy without pollution, through a process similar to that taking place inside the Sun. Magnetic field, intense pressure and heat is needed for the cores of the lighter chemical elements…

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Cassini Just Got Closer To Saturn Than Ever Before

Cassini Just Got Closer To Saturn Than Ever Before

The nuclear-powered spacecraft has orbited Saturn for 13 years and sent us back hundreds of amazing images. All these photos are including close-ups of the gaseous giant, its mysterious moons and, of course, its famous rings. Exploring the Saturnian system since 2004, Cassini did not disappoint anyone since then. We discovered new worlds like Saturn’s…

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Why Do Airplane Windows Have Holes

Why Do Airplane Windows Have Holes

Don’t worry! It’s not dangerous. Maybe most of you seen already this strange hole in the plane’s window. But what is its really purpose? They have a very important role in maintaining the cabin pressure in normal parameters. As we know, a plane window contain three layers of glass. First layer is the strongest of…

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Did Someone Hacked Voyager 2?

Did Someone Hacked Voyager 2?

Voyager 2 spacecraft has stopped its functions and no one knows what happened. Launched on August 20, 1977, Voyager 2 it’s more than three decades into its journey to the deep space. In april 2010, when the spacecraft was ready to leave our Solar System and go inside the interstellar space, something strange happened. 10…

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Alzheimer’s Doesn’t Destroy Memories, It Only Blocks Them

Alzheimer’s Doesn’t Destroy Memories, It Only Blocks Them

Until now, it was believed that Alzheimer’s disease could destroy the memories, but a new study reveals that it actually blocks them. Scientists at the Columbia University have discovered that memories of mice with Alzheimer’s disease can be recovered optogenetically (with the use of light). This can be a very important discovery for future patients,…

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Levitating gadgets will change the world. They Look Amazing

Levitating gadgets will change the world. They Look Amazing

The new gadgets are here and they can levitate. Yes, you heard well, to levitate. Thanks to the magnetic field, levitating gadgets have successfully appeared on the market and they really look beautiful. You will see some beautiful levitating gadgets which can easily make your house looking pretty. Flylite Levitating Bulb Admit it is beautiful.…

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VIDEO: SpaceX Launches 2 Falcon 9 Rockets in 2 Days

VIDEO: SpaceX Launches 2 Falcon 9 Rockets in 2 Days

Space X just sent the first geostationary communication satellite in the history of Bulgaria. The satellite belongs to the BulgariaSat operator and will provide communications services in the future for South-Eastern Europe. It will be located above the region with the help of Falcon 9 rocket (for the second time). [Watch latest Space X landing…

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