In Today’s Science News we learn about a successful experiment regarding Moon soil, the newly taken photo of the black hole in our galaxy and, returning back to Earth, a technological development that allows for paper-thin loudspeakers (plus an article about ultrathin fuel cells which could have a significant impact on medical science). Article 1:„Science News #014“ weiterlesen
On January the 27th, 1945, the Soviet army liberated the concentration camp Auschwitz-Birkenau. The Wehrmacht unconditionally surrendered on May 7./8., 1945 – thus ending the reign of the national socialistic terror regime. On this occasion, I’d like to shed light on the brave Jewish combatants who fought side by side with the allies against the„Jewish Combatants in the Second World War“ weiterlesen
Currently, I’m reading the book „The End of Everything“ (by Katie Mack), there I found out about Henrietta Swan Leavitt and her contribution to astronomy. It inspired me to make this blog entry about Leavitt, here I lay down a short biography with her main work emphasized on and a honourable mention for the ‚harvard„History: Henrietta Swan Leavitt – The Woman Who Changed Astronomy“ weiterlesen
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