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1845. China draws up tighter rules on human gene and embryo trials: Xinhua
China"s top legislature will consider tougher rules on research involving human genes and embryos, the first such move since a Chinese scientist sparked controversy last year by announcing he had made the world"s first "gene-edited" babies.
10:26 20.04.2019
1844. Back on Earth, China's Mars simulation base greets first visitors
About 100 excited Chinese teenagers completed a five-hour tour of a space colony against a desolate backdrop not unlike the desert planet of Tatooine, the home world of Luke Skywalker.
10:41 18.04.2019
1843. Out of a drawer and into your nightmares comes a vicious ancient beast
When Ohio University integrative biologist Nancy Stevens peered into a drawer in the wooden cabinets on the top floor of a Nairobi museum in 2010, she saw a chunk of rock containing massive teeth and knew she had come across something important.
07:10 18.04.2019
1842. Yale study revives cellular activity in pig brains hours after death
Yale University scientists have succeeded in restoring basic cellular activity in pigs" brains hours after their deaths in a finding that may one day lead to advances in treating human stroke and brain injuries, researchers reported on Wednesday.
21:31 17.04.2019
1841. On Saturn's moon Titan, plentiful lakeside views, but with liquid methane
Scientists on Monday provided the most comprehensive look to date at one of the solar system"s most exotic features: prime lakeside property in the northern polar region of Saturn"s moon Titan - if you like lakes made of stuff like liquid methane.
11:06 16.04.2019
1840. Israel plans new moonshot after maiden mission fails
The aerospace company behind Israel"s failed first moonshot said on Saturday it would pursue a second mission with funds raised from private donors and the public.
13:59 13.04.2019
1839. 'Seeing the unseeable': Scientists reveal first photo of black hole
Using a global network of telescopes to see "the unseeable," an international scientific team on Wednesday announced a milestone in astrophysics - the first-ever photo of a black hole - in an achievement that validated a pillar of science put forward by A
15:05 12.04.2019
1838. Israeli spacecraft crashes onto moon after technical failures
Israeli spacecraft Beresheet crashed onto the moon on Thursday after a series of technical failures during its final descent, shattering hopes of a historic controlled landing on the lunar surface.
08:21 12.04.2019
1837. Elon Musk's SpaceX sends world's most powerful rocket on first commercial flight
The most powerful operational rocket in the world, SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy, launched its first commercial mission on Thursday from Florida in a key demonstration for billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk"s space company in the race to grasp lucrative milita
02:34 12.04.2019
1836. Oh, brother! NASA twins study shows how space changes the human body
An American astronaut experienced multiple biological changes in space but returned to normal - with some exceptions - after coming back to Earth, according to a study involving twin brothers that shed light on how space flight affects the human body. 
17:58 11.04.2019
1835. Israeli spacecraft Beresheet reaches moon but landing unsuccessful: support team
The Israeli spacecraft Beresheet reached the moon on Thursday but its planned controlled, or "soft", landing was unsuccessful, the support team said.
15:47 11.04.2019
1834. Israeli spacecraft nears moon landing and place in elite lunar club
Israeli spacecraft Beresheet made its final maneuver ahead of a planned descent to the moon on Thursday, which, if successful, will propel Israel into an elite group of countries that have mastered the lunar landing.
09:13 11.04.2019
1833. Virgin Galactic's first test passenger gets commercial astronaut wings
Virgin Galactic’s first test passenger received her commercial astronaut wings from the U.S. aviation regulator on Tuesday after flying on the company’s rocket plane to evaluate the customer experience in February.
15:57 10.04.2019
1832. Fossils of enigmatic extinct human species found on Philippine island
Thirteen fossil bones and teeth excavated in a cave in the Philippines represent an enigmatic previously unknown human species, probably small in stature and possessing an unexpected mix of archaic and modern traits, scientists said on Wednesday.
13:45 10.04.2019
1831. Scientists expected to release landmark image of black hole
An international scientific team is expected on Wednesday to unveil a landmark achievement in astrophysics - the first photo of a black hole - in a feat that will put to the test a pillar of science: Albert Einstein"s theory of general relativity.
09:55 10.04.2019
1830. Iran still planning three satellite launches this year, despite ramped up U.S. pressure: minister
Iran said on Tuesday it would press ahead with the launch of three satellites into orbit this year despite a U.S. move to curb Tehran"s ballistic missile program which Washington says has been advanced by the satellite activity.
12:36 09.04.2019
1829. In astrophysics milestone, first photo of black hole expected
Scientists are expected to unveil on Wednesday the first-ever photograph of a black hole, a breakthrough in astrophysics providing insight into celestial monsters with gravitational fields so intense no matter or light can escape.
07:02 06.04.2019
1828. Scientists solve mystery of pristine weapons of China's Terracotta Warriors
For decades, scientists have been perplexed by the marvelous preservation of bronze weapons associated with China"s famed Terracotta Warriors, retaining shiny, almost pristine surfaces and sharp blades after being buried for more than two millennia.
23:38 04.04.2019
1827. Pentagon says India debris expected to burn up in atmosphere
The Pentagon said on Thursday that it stood by its assessment that debris from an Indian anti-satellite (ASAT) weapons test would eventually burn up in the atmosphere, even after NASA"s administrator warned of the danger the debris posed.
18:36 04.04.2019
1826. Pilot-less air taxi takes off in Vienna demonstration flight
As carmakers push ahead with self-driving vehicles, an Austrian aerospace company and its Chinese partner showed off their pilot-less "flying taxi" for the first time in Europe on Thursday.
12:55 04.04.2019
1825. Ancient four-legged whale from Peru walked on land, swam in sea
Scientists have unearthed fossils in a coastal desert of southern Peru of a four-legged whale that thrived both in the sea and on land about 43 million years ago in a discovery that illuminates a pivotal stage in early cetacean evolution.
11:15 04.04.2019
1824. Single Indian rocket puts satellites in three orbits, in first for nation
An Indian rocket on Monday placed domestic and foreign satellites in three different orbits on a single flight, a first for the nation and a low-cost option that could burnish its reputation for pioneering affordable options in space.
05:22 01.04.2019
1823. U.S. sees India space debris from weapons test eventually burning up
Acting U.S. Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan said on Thursday he expected debris from an Indian anti-satellite weapons test to eventually burn up in the atmosphere instead of creating a lasting debris field that could threaten other satellites.
13:16 28.03.2019
1822. India says space debris from anti-satellite test to 'vanish' in 45 days
India expects space debris from its anti-satellite weapons launch to burn out in less than 45 days, its top defense scientist said on Thursday, seeking to allay global concern about fragments hitting objects.
13:16 28.03.2019
1821. Second Chinese rocket startup fails to put satellite into orbit: state media
A rocket developed by OneSpace failed to reach orbit after lifting off from a state launch facility in northwestern China, state media reported on Thursday, the second failed orbital launch by a privately funded Chinese firm in five months.
11:56 28.03.2019
1820. Little sun bear's facial mimicry reveals complex social skills
Sun bears, the smallest of the world"s eight bear species, are generally solitary animals, content to spend most of their time alone outside mating season, foraging for fruit, rodents, birds and insects in Southeast Asian tropical forests.
09:04 28.03.2019
1819. U.S. studying India anti-satellite weapons test, warns of space debris
Acting U.S. Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan warned any nations contemplating anti-satellite (ASAT) weapons tests like the one India carried out on Wednesday that they risk making a "mess" in space because of debris fields they can leave behind.
04:27 28.03.2019
1818. Modi hails India as military space power after anti-satellite missile test
India shot down one of its own satellites in low-Earth orbit with a ground-to-space missile on Wednesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, hailing his country"s first test of such weaponry as a breakthrough establishing it as a military space power.
04:27 28.03.2019
1817. India's election commission examining Modi address on anti-missile test
India"s Election Commission said it had directed a committee of officers to examine Prime Minister Narendra Modi"s announcement of an anti-satellite test on Wednesday, after opposition leaders complained the move was aimed at scoring political point
12:49 27.03.2019
1816. Pakistan urges no militarization of space after India downs satellite
Pakistan issued a call against military threats in outer space on Wednesday, hours after India said it had shot down one of its own satellites in a demonstration of its growing power in space.
07:26 27.03.2019
1815. Factbox: Anti-satellite weapons: rare, high-tech, and risky to test
India tested an anti-satellite weapon on Wednesday, saying the indigenously produced interceptor was used to destroy an object in orbit.
06:43 27.03.2019
1814. Trump administration calls for putting Americans back on moon by 2024
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence announced on Tuesday an accelerated goal of putting Americans back on the moon within five years "by any means necessary," and NASA"s top official immediately embraced the challenge.
22:54 26.03.2019
1813. Key U.S. lawmaker objects to Trump 'Space Force' plan
The chairman of the U.S. House of Representatives Armed Services Committee strongly criticized President Donald Trump"s plans for a new "Space Force" on Monday, setting the stage for a battle over one of Trump"s favorite initiatives.
18:53 25.03.2019
1812. Boeing delays by months test flights for U.S. human space program: sources
Boeing Co has delayed by at least three months its first uncrewed flight to the International Space Station under NASA"s human spaceflight program, and pushed its crewed flight until November, industry sources said on Wednesday.
18:47 20.03.2019
1811. China clones 'Sherlock Holmes' police dog to cut training times: state media
Scientists in southwest China"s Yunnan province have cloned what they called the "Sherlock Holmes of police dogs" in a program they hope will help cut training times and costs for police dogs, state media reported on Wednesday.
02:14 20.03.2019
1810. WHO panel calls for registry of all human gene editing research
It would be irresponsible for any scientist to conduct human gene-editing studies in people, and a central registry of research plans should be set up to ensure transparency, World Health Organization experts said on Tuesday.
15:54 19.03.2019
1809. Brazilian physicist wins $1.4 million Templeton Prize
Brazilian physicist and astronomer Marcelo Gleiser has been awarded the 2019 Templeton Prize, worth $1.4 million, for his work blending science and spirituality.
06:19 19.03.2019
1808. Russian space rocket lifts off with astronauts who survived rocket failure
A Russian-made Soyuz rocket lifted off from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan on Thursday, carrying three astronauts into space, two of whom survived a mid-air rocket failure in October.
19:48 14.03.2019
1807. Experts call for halt to gene editing that results in 'designer babies'
Top scientists and ethicists from seven countries on Wednesday called for a global moratorium on gene editing of human eggs, sperm or embryos that would result in genetically-altered babies after a rogue Chinese researcher last year announced the birth o
14:03 13.03.2019
1806. Space station crew confident on eve of first launch since rocket failure
Two astronauts who survived a dramatic launch mishap in October said on Wednesday they were confident this time about reaching the International Space Station, though they said a small fault had been discovered on their rocket during final checks.
13:03 13.03.2019

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21. KV-1
22. IS-1
23. IS-2
24. T29 (tank)
25. BT-7
26. Renault FT
27. Panzerkampfwagen IV
28. Praga V-8-H
29. Light Tank M2
30. T-43
31. T-70
32. Praga LTH
33. T-150
34. T30 (tank)
35. IS-3
36. T-28
37. M3 Stuart
38. Heavy Tank M6
39. T14 (tank)
40. KV-2
41. T-34
42. 7TP
43. T20 (tank)
44. T-26
45. A22 Churchill
46. LT-40
47. T-35
48. KV-85
49. Cromwell (tank)
50. T-50 (tank)
51. LT vz. 34
52. T-60
53. Infantry Tank Mark II
54. M5 Stuart
55. Ján Krstiteľ Scitovský
56. Anton Vrančič
57. Jozef Kopáči
58. Ján Vitéz zo Sredny
59. Klaudius Vasari
60. Ján Šimor