World’s Largest Telescope

World's largest telescope

World’s largest telescope In the south of China, in Guizhou province, the world’s largest telescope was put into operation, the telescope called the Five Hundred Meter Aperture Spherical Telescope (FAST).  Another name for the Tianyan Telescope, which means “heavenly eye” in Chinese.  The construction of the telescope began in 2011. In September 2016, scientists started … Read more

Melting of Polar Ice Caps | Consequences of melting Ice

Melting of Polar Ice Caps

  Melting of Polar Ice Caps  Greenland ice caps are melting six times faster than in the 1990s. The analysis was conducted by a team of 89 scientists from 50 international organizations, and matched the results of 26 ice melt surveys, including 11 collected from satellite explorations.  According to the study, 2019 has everything to … Read more

Recycling Water | Water Reclamation System

Recycling Water, Water Reclamation System

  Recycling Water Wastewater technology is at the threshold of what scientists call a paradigm shift. The future lies in the reuse of water.  Thanks to membrane technology, this is technically possible. The polluted water is filtered and pressurized through a series of membranes with extremely fine pores. Most unwanted substances, including bacteria, are filtered … Read more

Plastic Harmful Effects | Pollutes The Land and…

Plastic Harmful Effects, Pollutes The Land

  According to a study published in Science Advances, 9.1 billion tons of plastic have been produced since mass production began in the 1950s, of which nearly half have been produced in the past decade. (Plastic Harmful Effects) Of that amount, 6.9 billion tonnes has already been disposed of as waste, of which only 9% has been … Read more