Tree crowns are not the easiest habitat, where each branch has its own characteristics of flexibility.
This sweet and juicy fruit probably originated in India and has since spread all over the world, including Africa, Asia, Central and South America, as well as the Caribbean. Mango looks very attractive, but only when it is ripe and fresh. Therefore, we share tips on how to choose the perfect fruit, cut it and store it.
An X-ray helped to understand the secrets of the process, with the help of which scientists looked inside the shaken mixture.
The new telescope has a lot of advantages over both the legendary Hubble and the well-deserved Kepler.
The Amazon moon flower (Selenicereus wittii) is one of the most elusive flowers in the plant kingdom. Every year, for just one night, this rare and unusual cactus opens its sepals to the night sky, emitting a sweet, jasmine—like fragrance into the air of a swampy rainforest - and now everyone can see how it happens!
The search for a crack through which the air escapes continues on the ISS. NASA has posted a record of the Martian wind in the public domain, which was forwarded by Perseverance. The moons of Mars, Phobos and Deimos, were probably one celestial body that split. NASA has published a high-resolution color image of the rover landing.
Two years ago TikTok was a funny entertainment for children. And now it is a social network with an estimated value of more than $ 75 billion, which Donald Trump himself is afraid of.
On December 2, 1995, NASA and the European Space Agency (ESA) launched a small spacecraft to observe the Sun. For 25 years, the SOHO Space Observatory has recorded thousands of flares, sunspots and coronal holes. To celebrate an important anniversary and many years of work, space agencies decided to release a video timelapse of 25 years of solar activity.
The Arctic is getting greener every year. Scientists say that this is a very alarming signal, since the volume of vegetation is increasing due to the fact that the region is warming twice as fast as the rest of the planet. The northern landscapes are undergoing huge changes that can have serious consequences not only for the Arctic itself, but also for the world as a whole.
According to UN data for 2018, 55% of the world's total population lives in cities. Interestingly, not always the largest cities on Earth can boast the largest number of inhabitants. The author of the YouTube channel MetaBallStudios decided to visually compare the areas of the largest cities on the planet and the density of their population.