Many new inventions and inventions. This year will be honorable for some of the most important discoveries. We have organized today with those important discoveries and inventions of the 21st. Let’s not look at the progress of science at 20.
|New discoveries and inventions of scientists in 2018|
January 3: Scientists in Rome unveil a first-hand bionic touch.
Image: Bionic hands
January 3: In a photo taken by Curiosity Rover, NASA researchers find some strange shapes. If you look at them, you might know if Mars was dead.
Image: Curiosity’s weirdly shaped stone.
Scientists at MIT design a computer chip that uses artificial synapses. That means it can function just like the human brain.
February 2: Researchers discover a new type of water, called “supraionic water” that can be abundant in the planet Uranus or Neptune even when it is not available on Earth.
February 3: The US-based private rocket launcher, owned by Elon Mask, successfully launches Falcon-9, the most powerful rocket in the history of Space-X. It is the largest and strongest rocket of all time. It weighs about 2.5 million kg and is 5 meters high.
Image: Falcon 3 rocket launches
February 3: Scientists discover a new kind of light that can help create quantum computers.
March 3: Google releases a quantum computer chip called “Bristocon”. It is the most powerful computer chip ever made, with a capacity of 32 cubits (quantum bit).
April 7: NASA launches their TESS satellite, the world’s largest space research agency, whose mission is to survey orbiting planets orbiting other constellations outside the solar system.
May 3: NASA launches InSight Lander. It will land on Mars and check if there is water on the surface of Mars. At the same time, it will be the only rover that can dig up to 5 meters deep.
Image: NASA Insight Lander
May 7: Scientists publish a research paper based on data from the Galileo Space Probe. Which proves that Jupiter’s Europa satellite has water potential. Note that the Galileo space probe was launched in 5 and continued until the 20th.
June 5: NASA detects the presence of a massive dust storm on Mars that could later damage the rover that was discovered on the surface of Mars. On June 23, they reported that the storm had spread to the entire planet.
June 26: A celestial object called “Oumuamua” enters the solar system. Astronomers believe that it is not an asteroid. It may be a comet of medium size. Scientists at Harvard University, on the other hand, think it may be an alien spaceship. Further research suggests that it is not an asteroid or a comet.
Image: Mythical image of Amuamura
July 2: Astronomers are able to take pictures of a newly born planet called PDS 70b. This is the first picture of a newly born planet.
July 7: A scientific team led by Scott Shepard announces the discovery of five new satellites on Jupiter. With this, the total number of satellites on the planet stood at 6A.
July 25: The longest complete lunar eclipse of the 21st century takes place.
August 5: After a long 5 years of research, scientists are able to discover the genome of wheat.
September 7: NASA releases first image taken by TESS satellite.
September 27: Japan launches two landings on Ryugu asteroids.
October 3: James P. Allison of America and Tasuku Hunn of Japan jointly receive the Nobel Prize in treating science for cancer research.
October 3: Frances H. Arnold, George P. Smith and Gregory P. Winter in England jointly receive the Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
Scientists at INRS invented the world’s fastest camera in Canada, Canada. It can take pictures in about 1 trillion frames per second.
October 3: Kepler was declared dead by NASA’s spacecraft.
In the 5 years of its life it is:
Observe 5.6 stars.
2.222 Discovery of the planets.
4.1 Supernova explosion monitors.
Image: Kepler Space Telescope
October 8: The Russian Suez-FG rocket explodes shortly after launch due to a mechanical defect. It was carrying two people. Fortunately, two astronauts were rescued alive.
November 2: SpiNNaker, the world’s largest neuromorphic supercomputer, is officially launched by the University of Manchester in England.
Image: SpiNNaker SuperComputer
October 3: The latest book, published by renowned physicist Stephen Hawking, is published Brief Answers To The Big Questions.
October 26: North American scientists find ancient arrows, an arrowhead. It is thought to be the oldest weapon found so far, about 3,500,000 years ago.
November 7: The Earth BioGenome Project launches, which will study about 1.5 million genomes for ten years.
November 7: A UN report reveals a rapid recovery of ozone levels in the atmosphere. Which is certainly a good news for us as the ozone layer protects us from the ultraviolet rays of the sun.