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NASA Is Forbidden to Drill the Lake Vostok

Two miles of solid ice under the surface of the Antarctic ice hides another surface of freshwater, approximately 4,000 m. It is Lake Vostok. NASA considers it an ideal testbed and wants to drill through the ice and search the…
The Long Journey of the Solar Orbiter and What’s Next

On February 9, 2020, from Cape Canaveral, Florida, the Solar Orbiter launched into space to study the Sun. The Solar Orbiter is practically an international collaboration between the European Space Agency knows as ESA and NASA. Together they have launched…
Sitting Eight Hours a Day Might Lead to Depression

Choosing to spend many hours a day sitting down has been recently related to a higher rate of depression, according to a UK study. A team of researchers from the University College London discovered something quite peculiar. They found how…
The Thin Borderline Between Autism and ADHD

We know, and we understand a lot. But who knows how far we are from knowing it all, or if that’s even possible? And if the subject that we approach is a mix between the two specters – a neuropsychiatric…
Best Protective Mask Against Coronavirus

Coronavirus is making people around the world more and more cautious. As a step to protect themselves from the viral virus that seems to spread quite widely, people turned their heads toward protective masks. To be more specific, a certain…