The new underwater map reveals towering towers and hydrothermal vents rising from the sea floor in the dark off the Pacific Northwest. Hydrothermal vents of all sizes in the ocean floor off the US coast. Photo: MBARI. Nozzles emit superheated water heated by magma deep in the Earth. The field of hydrothermal vents extends along the sea floor in the Juan de Fuca Plate in the northwestern coastal state of Washington, in an area called Endeavor Segment. The study of Endeavor spray circuit started in the 1980s. Previously, scientists identified 47 nozzles in 5 large fields. But recent expeditions by underwater automatic means (AUV), operated by the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI), reveal that there are more than 500 orifice concentrated in an area 14 km long and 2 km wide. .
Goblin Valley State Park in southeastern Utah, USA is a famous park with thousands of rock formations with very strange shapes. This strange rock collection is called the goblin valley. This is a very wide place with rocks stacked up If you like hiking, you'll love Goblin Valley. This is a very large place with rocks stacked in all shapes and sizes depending on your rich imagination. This is also a place with very interesting hiking trails and landscapes that make you feel lost in Mars.
The vast vast universe still has many mysteries yet to be discovered. And what if suddenly a huge, strange star invades our Solar System? About 70,000 years ago, a red dwarf, dubbed the star of Scholz, crossed the Oort cloud, beginning to invade the Solar System. (The Oort Nebula cloud, which surrounds the Solar System with a diameter of 1 light-year, is the final boundary of the system.) It is only 0.8 light-years from the Sun. Luckily, it suddenly reversed direction, not causing much trouble for the Sun. Currently, the researchers say there is another star, called Gliese 710, that is moving in the direction of the Solar System.
Algar do Carvão, also known as the "ancient lava tube" or "volcanic vents", is a rare volcanic cave visitors can visit. The Algar do Carvão volcanic cave is located in the central part of Terceira - one of the largest islands of the Azores archipelago. The archipelago is one of the two autonomous regions of Portugal, including 9 volcanic islands located in the North Atlantic Ocean, about 1,360km to the west of Portugal. The Azores seemed to be a land of long forgotten time, until Algar do Carvão was discovered and it quickly became attractive, especially for visitors who love to explore the cave. Interesting scenery in the cave makes visitors very excited The interesting scenery in the cave makes visitors very excited, because nearly every step finds something interesting unexpectedly.
The new scientific paper attempts to link quantum mechanics to a mathematical hypothesis that has been debated for more than 100 years by multiple parties. Physicist Nicolas Gisin has just published a series of scientific reports that could radically change the way we perceive "time." Professor Gisin's work, currently working at the University of Geneva, attempts to link the existing quantum mechanics theory with an old mathematical hypothesis, developed by Dutch mathematician Luitzen Egbertus Jan. Brouwer (father of the fixed point theory of Brouwer, one of the most important mathematical theorems of the 20th century). Mr. Brouwer was the inventor of a mathematical hypothesis called "intuitionistic mathematics", a controversial way of recognizing mathematics that rejected many of the basic elements of classical mathematics.
The Kondyor Massif massif is located in the remote Khabarovsk region, 600 km southwest of the Sea of Okhotsk and 570 km southeast of Yakutsk. This geological structure has a diameter of 8 km, protruding 600 m, nearly 7 times larger than the crater of a meteorite in Arizona, USA. Seen from above, Kondyor Massif looks like an ancient volcano or vestige caused by a collision with asteroid. However, experts say the reason for the special shape of the mass is the magma melting from crystalline volcanic rock below the ground more than a billion years ago, forming the perfect circle.
Bullets are usually coated with copper or lead plated, but copper bullets are more common. The reason is short: Manufacturers have found a way to expand, rotate and do other nasty things once they hit the target. Lead is rarely used because it is hard enough to deal massive damage but is easily deformed when exposed to high temperatures, so the bullet expands when fired, up to 3 times larger, resulting in easy obstruction and deflection. towards the target.
The key D1 protein in photosynthesis of rice is genetically modified in the cytoplasm, helping to increase yield and heat tolerance. Scientists from Shanghai Academy of Science and Technology, China, have researched and created a key unit in photosynthesis of rice by genetic process in cytoplasm. The genetic modification of the unit in rice helps the plant have good heat resistance and improve productivity. During the study, the team found that when sunlight shines on rice, a protein complex called Photosystem II (PSII) stimulates electrons, promoting photosynthesis. However, high temperatures can affect the photosynthesis process of rice, disrupting the structure of a key protein unit, called the D1 protein. PSII only works to produce photosynthetic reactions when a new D1 protein unit is inserted. If the production rate of D1 protein is increased further, photosynthesis will take place smoothly.
Scientists were surprised to find that a bird can eat, mate, even sleep while flying and can fly continuously for 10 months without landing. Apus apus - a common bird nest, is a common bird living throughout Europe and much of Asia. This medium-sized bird currently holds the record for the most time spent in the air world each year. With so much time in the air, the birds mainly drink and eat in the air, eating any insects they can catch while flying, they can also mate in the air, and they can also sleep in the air by gliding in warm air.
Electric - electronic devices on our Vietnamese market currently use at 220V. However, there will be times when you encounter items of American or Japanese origin that require the use of 110V and to use at the grid in Vietnam, we need a 220V voltage converter. 110V. In addition, for some of you who often go abroad, you will probably be familiar with the difference in voltage of electrical grids between countries. So what is the cause of this difference? Let's find out the answer through the article below. Electric current history In order to solve this problem, we should go back to the past to understand more clearly. Thomas Edison was not the first person to discover electricity, but he was one of the individuals who made the most significant contributions to electricity to mankind.
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