Elon Musk - notorious hero | The "cardinal" on Twitter

Elon Musk - notorious hero | The "cardinal" on Twitter

Elon Musk has a lot of haters and skeptics, but at least, NASA trusts him, leaving SpaceX - the first private company - to send people into space. On the morning of May 27, in Florida, everything went as planned: Two American astronauts, Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley drove the Tesla electric car to the space launch pad, then climbed into the Falcon 9 rocket fired by SpaceX. made by Elon Musk. They wore astronaut suits with super-thin touch screens in front, in contrast to the full of buttons, knobs like the Cold War era.

Discover exoplanets with yellow skies and iron rain

Discover exoplanets with yellow skies and iron rain

NASA astronomers found a planet with an unusual atmosphere, called WASP-79b, about 800 light-years from Earth. As described in the Astronomical Journal, WASP-79b has yellow skies instead of blue like our planet. It orbits its host star CD-30 1812 in the constellation Ba Giang (Eridanus) and completes an orbit every 3.7 days. The planet is not in a habitable zone, meaning no liquid water exists on the surface. With an average temperature of up to 1650 ℃, it is one of the hottest exoplanets ever discovered.

Gravitational waves - a 100-year mystery about to be discovered

Gravitational waves - a 100-year mystery about to be discovered

A giant experiment in Pisa, Italy, is underway to look for the existence of gravitational waves in the theory of relativity proposed by scientist Albert Einstein. Illustration of gravitational wave by Albert Einstain. Photo: BBC. Scientists from many countries began conducting an experiment to find gravitational waves, called Advanced Virgo, in an Italian suburb near the city of Pisa. "We are about to have the opportunity to first detect gravitational waves on Earth," said Dr. Franco Frasconi at the University of Pisa, a member of the international research group. This is a difficult experiment. The first version of the experiment, called Virgo, started in 2007 and failed. A similar project in America called Ligo was also unsuccessful. Through multiple technology upgrades with expensive equipment to improve the sensitivity of the observatory, both experiments have now been restarted, giving scientists hope.



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