Category: History

Celebrating 34 Years of the Hubble Telescope

April 27, 2024

Today marks the 34th anniversary of the launch of the Hubble Telescope, back on April 24, 1990. It was sent into space aboard the Discovery space shuttle. Even today, NASA proudly celebrates its contribution to space exploration through this remarkable telescope. Located 589 kilometers above the Earth’s surface, the Hubble Telescope continues to explore the…

First Recorded Solar Eclipse: Thales’ Prediction

April 21, 2024

The day of the first recorded solar eclipse, according to belief, was predicted by the Greek philosopher Thales. It is believed that on May 28, 585 B.C., the solar eclipse occurred, and Thales had foretold this event beforehand. Thales is revered for his contributions to early Greek philosophy and science, and his alleged prediction of…

Lidar Technology

August 7, 2023

Lidar is a sophisticated technology for detection and ranging light. In any mysterious forest, its laser penetrates from top to bottom and turns geographical data into images. They are mainly used to study the forest area, but sometimes they discover many ruins of ancient cultures and pyramids. Human culture is very complex. Because archaeologists say…

Robotics Evolution

July 27, 2023

is an embodied approach to Artificial Intelligence (AI) in which robots are automatically designed using Darwinian principles of natural selection. The design of a robot, or a subsystem of a robot such as a neural controller, is optimized against a behavioral goal (e.g. run as fast as possible). Usually, designs are evaluated in simulations as…

𝐀𝐩𝐨𝐥𝐥𝐨 𝟏𝟕:The last lunar mission

July 26, 2023

Apollo 17 astronauts Eugene Cernan and Harrison Schmitt spent 75 hours on the moon in December 1972. They landed in the Taurus-Littrow valley of the moon Fellow traveler Ronald Evans was traveling around the moon at that time. Schmitt photographed Eugene Cernan standing next to the American flag and the umbrella-shaped high-gain antenna of their…

Do you know?

July 25, 2023

The Manhattan Project nicknamed the Trinity Test was the most top secret nuclear test conducted by the United States. The movie Oppenheimer was released about it.Only a handful of people knew about it…after the test America dropped the nuclear bomb on Japan. But after this trinity test there was another group in this world who…

The first alien planet

July 24, 2023

The first exoplanet we discovered in transit was OGLE-56-b, discovered in 2002. Located 5,000 light-years away from its parent star, this hot Jupiter (because it is a gas giant like Jupiter) is larger than our own Jupiter. Iron precipitation is thought to occur here at a temperature of 1726 degrees Celsius that creates affinity for…

Venus or Venus

July 20, 2023

In the 1960s, while the United States was constantly trying to touch the moon, the Cold War pushed the Soviet Union to touch Venus. Of the 28 probes they sent in succession, only 13 penetrated the atmosphere of Venus, and of those, Venera 13 was able to take the best color image. They beat America…

Brazen Bull: A gruesome ancient Greek torture ritual

July 6, 2023

In ancient Greece, Athens, there was a sculptor named Perillos…He presented a brazen bull to Phalaris, who was also its tyrant…in reality the statue was a torture chamber…it was a statue that contained a man completely…it had a mechanism to put a man inside and lock it from the outside… After that, a fire is…

Some famous self-asked questions that changed the world

June 26, 2023

If an apple falls, then does the moon also fall?By Isaac Newton.led to the theory of gravity How do organisms transmute information about their features over a thousand generations?By Charles Darwinled to the theory of evolution How does a single organism transmit information to its off spring over a single generation?By Gregor Mendelled to the…