The mission aims to observe far-infrared light and measure the motion and speed of gas around newly-formed stars.July 26, 2020NASA has begun a new mission that will see an 8.4-foot (2.56-meter) telescope sent high into the stratosphere on a balloon. The agency is aiming for a December 2023 launch from Antarctica.
By Robin WhitlockNovember 29, 2015Bioethanol plant at Seal Sands, Teeside, UK Image source:Nick Bramhall, Flickr Renewable energy from biomass is now a key component of renewable energy development worldwide. The fuel used for this process, known as feedstocks, consist of lignocellulosic biomass, that is to say plants with a complex structure containing polymers of cellulose, hemicellulose and lignin.
March 30, 2015An eco-town is becoming closer to having its first residents in North West Bicester in the UK. The town is said to be the most sustainable development in the UK and the first residents are thought to be moving in later on this year. The next stage of the project has received planning permission and this is to build 2,600 homes.
With 11 courses and 120 hours of content, this bundle is your ticket to earning six-figure salaries in the booming world of project management.January 14, 2020Project managers are in high demand throughout multiple industries, thanks to a growing need for talented and trained leaders who can inspire teams, cut costs, and innovate new products and services.
May 03, 2014Not everyone is happy living in a traditional house, built with bricks and mortar, located among many other homes all built in the same style. Some people like to be different and these people either build their own homes or have architects and builders do it for them. This has led to some strange and unbelievable houses having been built around the world and here are 5 of them.
Almost a millennium ago, the night sky turned dark as the Moon completely disappeared from view.May 07, 2020Imagine a night sky without the bright, guiding light of the Moon. Now imagine that lasting for months, perhaps even years. This is what happened almost a millennium ago, in 1110, and now, scientists may have the reasons as to what caused this strange phenomenon.