Английские топики по теме: Наука

E-commerce – commerce conducted over the Internet, most often via the World Wide Web. E-commerce can apply to purchases made through the Web or to business-to-business activities such as inventory transfers. A customer can order items from a vendor’s Web site, paying with a credit card (the customer enters account information via the computer) or… Read Article →

Science is important to most people living in the modern world for a number of reasons. In particular, science is important for world peace and understanding, for understanding of technology, and for our understanding of the world. Science is important for world peace in many ways. On the one hand, scientists have helped to develop… Read Article →

The second planet from the sun bakes under twice as much solar radiation as Earth and reaches temperatures of 895 degrees Fahrenheit (480 degrees Celsius). Pressure from the dense atmosphere of sulfuric acid gas is about 95 times greater than Earth`s and would crush a human. The thick cloud cover around Venus rotates much faster… Read Article →

Though a satellite of Earth, the Moon is bigger than Pluto. Some scientists think of it as a planet (four other moons in our solar system are even bigger). There are various theories about how the Moon was created, but recent evidence indicates it formed when a huge collision tore a chunk of the Earth… Read Article →

Made of dust, ice, carbon dioxide, ammonia and methane, comets resemble dirty snowballs. You may remember them as blurry smudges in the sky. Comets orbit the Sun, but most are believed to inhabit in an area known as the Oort Cloud, far beyond the orbit of Pluto. Occasionally a comet streaks through the inner solar… Read Article →

Jupiter was believed by Mesopotamians to be a wandering star placed in the heavens by a god to watch over the night sky. The fifth planet from the sun is a huge ball of gas so massive it could hold all the other planets put together. What we can see of the planet are bands… Read Article →

On April 12 every year the Russian people celebrate Cosmonautics Day in commemoration of the first space flight in the world which was made by Russian citizen. Here are three main dates in the history of space exploration. October 4 in 1957 the Soviet Union sends the first sputnik in the world into space. April… Read Article →

Mankind always dreamed of overcoming gravitation and reaching other planets. But it was only in the 1960ies that this dream was to become reality. On the 12th of April 1961 the spaceship “Vostok” was launched into space with a man on board and after orbiting our planet successfully returned to the Earth. The first man… Read Article →

We, humans, live on the Earth. And our planet Earth is surrounded by space. The sky is what we see of space. There are billions of stars and probobly billions of other planets moving through space. Our planet is moving through space too. We live on the surface of our planet Earth. Gravity keeps us… Read Article →

We’ve entered a new era: the twenty-first century. Of course, it’s exciting and we are trying to predict what our life will be like in the future. It will certainly become better – I’m sure of it. Robots will do all the dangerous and dirty work for us and our daily life will become easier…. Read Article →

The fourth planet from the sun has always captivated our imagination, and while scientists haven`t proven there`s any life, not even the microscopic variety, the dusty red planet still commands our attention (and a lot of space missions). The surface of Mars is more interesting than most planets. Like Mercury, Venus and Earth, Mars is… Read Article →

Much like its neighbor Jupiter, the sixth planet from the sun has a rocky core and a gaseous surface. But Saturn is chiefly known for its intricate series of rings that encircle it. The mile-thick rings are made of countless orbiting ice particles, from less than an inch to several feet in size. Up close,… Read Article →

The fourth planet from the sun has always captivated our imagination, and while scientists haven’t proven there’s any life, not even the microscopic variety, the dusty red planet still commands our attention (and a lot of space missions). The surface of Mars is more interesting than most planets. Like Mercury, Venus and Earth, Mars is… Read Article →

Television (1920s) The invention that swept the world and changed leisure habits for countless millions was pioneered by Scottish-born electrical engineer John Logie Baird. It had been realised for some time that light could be converted into electrical impulses, making it possible to transmit such impulses over a distance and then reconvert them into light…. Read Article →

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