USA Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have developed a new camera that does not require batteries and transmits images wirelessly over water.
Russian space shuttle aircraft, super excavators from Germany are super huge vehicles with unique capabilities. Airplane carrying space shuttle The Antonov An-225 Mriya giant strategic transport aircraft is the largest aircraft that people are using. This is the heaviest aircraft in the world, researched and developed by Antonov Design Department in the 80s to transport Buran space shuttle (over 100 tons).
We are about to have another nation, a nation "from the Earth". Why do you say that? That's because a group of astronomers from many countries has just officially announced that they will launch a satellite into space next year and set up the first "space nation". Not surprisingly, the country was named "Asgardia" - named after the city ruled by Odin in Norse mythology.
A kite-powered power station at half the cost of using wind power will be built in Scotland. One of the first kite-powered commercial power plants in the world will be built in the town of Stranraer, Scotland, Independent on October 6. This can be a big step in the process of finding solutions to human energy problems.
Throughout 2,500 years of history, the ancient Citadel of Greece has survived steadily after many earthquakes, while other modern buildings have collapsed. What makes this miracle? Experts have now come to the conclusion that this was the result of an ingenious build of ancient engineers. Kyriazis Pitilakis, professor of civil engineering at Aristotle University in Thessaloniki told Greek Reporter, "This is an incredible work, using ingenious solutions to technical problems. and unresolved construction ".
A French architect cherished hopes of creating energy-saving buildings and "eating" CO2 has officially realized this dream. According to CNN, French architect aspires to combat the phenomenon of global warming, Mr. Vincent Callebaut confided: "I want to bring hope to a better tomorrow". And this architect's idea has evolved from a paper-based design into an illustrious building.
Great Mosque, Chand Baori wells are two of the world masterpieces, attracting visitors by unique and monumental architecture. The Great Mosque in Djenné, Mali is one of the world masterpieces you may not know about. The Great Mosque in Mali - a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1988. The Great Mosque is world famous because it is the largest building in the world built entirely of mud and soil with surface area of up to 5,625 km2.
People living on Earth thousands of years ago created massive structures and extremely elaborate. Scientists have spent centuries searching for answers to who, why and how they were created. There are many different theories put forward, even some people think that it is the work of supernatural forces from extraterrestrial Earth.
The Golden Temple in Kyoto, the Church of St. George in Lalibela are two of the world-famous architectural masterpieces that you should admire. Göbekli Tepe located in Turkey is the oldest known architectural masterpiece in the world. Built in 9500 BC, Göbekli Tepe is a strange ancient architectural complex, including 20 T-shaped stone towers nearly 5m high and sophisticatedly carved with animals such as snakes, scorpions, lions. , pigs, foxes ...
The super-large scale solar field in South Australia is urgently being completed to prepare for official operation. With 3.4 million solar panels, it will generate electricity to supply 1.1 million cells. The project is expected to be completed by the end of this year, when it will surpass all other solar power plants in the world in terms of the total amount of energy exploited, despite its area. Not the biggest place.
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