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Germany-Study: War in Ukraine may accelerate energy transition

The energy policy consequences of the war in Ukraine may give impetus to the transition to green energy, according to a study reported by Handelsblatt. According to the study, this is true even if Germany,...

What is the mortality rate from delta covid, who dies, the effectiveness of vaccines: data from Britain

Against the background of mass vaccinations in Britain, people under 50 have the chance of dying from the delta strain of the coronavirus (formerly called "Indian") has dropped to 0.0097%. Writes about this in Twitter Public Health England virologist Meegan Kell, citing a new...

Engineers burned part of a space satellite in plasma and filmed it: see the test

The German Center for Aviation and Astronautics in Cologne showed on video how the components of a spacecraft melt and burn if it enters the dense layers of the atmosphere uncontrollably at speed. The experiment was carried out in a plasma wind tunnel, the...

Cuba claims impressive efficacy of its Abdala anti-coronavirus vaccine

Cuba has announced the interim results of phase III clinical trials for its Abdala anti-coronavirus vaccine, which is administered three times a month (on days 0, 14 and 28). The effectiveness of a biological product with such a scheme is over 92%, according to...

The largest rotating structures in the Universe are discovered: the scale is astounding – illustration

Planets, stars, galaxies and even their clusters revolve in the Universe. The latter is not known for certain, which is why many scientists believe that the phenomenon ends on these huge structures. Meanwhile, cosmologists from the Institute of Astrophysics. Leibniz in Potsdam believe: even...

Europe has announced a space mission to Earth’s “evil twin”

The European Space Agency gave the go-ahead for the development of the EnVision mission, which from low orbit explores Venus - the second planet from the Sun and Earth's neighbor. This was reported by the ESA press release.   Scientists hope to shed light on when...