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Encyklopédia alebo náučný slovník je literárne dielo, ktoré krátko, stručne a jasne vysvetľuje dosiahnuté poznatky ľudstva alebo poznatky z určitého vedného odboru. Využíva pri tom odborný (náučný) jazykový štýl, heslá sú usporiadané v abecednom, chronologickom alebo systematickom poradí.
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1721. Curry signals willingness to meet with NASA over Moon landing doubts
Three-time NBA champion Stephen Curry on Tuesday signaled that he is willing to take NASA up on its offer to tour its lunar lab in Houston after his pronouncement this week that he does not believe humans ever walked on the Moon.
20:11 11.12.2018
1720. Russian cosmonauts take samples on sixth hour of spacewalk to crack mystery
Two Russian cosmonauts have taken samples of their capsule"s exterior in the sixth hour of a spacewalk seeking to resolve the mystery of a small hole found in the craft docked at the International Space Station, a live broadcast by Russian space agency
17:47 11.12.2018
1719. NASA probe finds signs of water on nearby asteroid Bennu
NASA"s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft has discovered ingredients for water on a relatively nearby skyscraper-sized asteroid, a rocky acorn-shaped object that may hold clues to the origins of life on Earth, scientists said on Monday.
19:14 10.12.2018
1718. NASA's intrepid Voyager 2 probe crosses into interstellar space
Voyager 2, a NASA probe launched in 1977 and designed for just a five-year mission, has become only the second human-made object to enter interstellar space as it continues its marathon trek billions of miles (km) from Earth, scientists said on Monday.
15:56 10.12.2018
1717. China launches probe to explore dark side of Moon: Xinhua
China on Saturday launched a first probe ever to explore the dark side of the Moon, marking another milestone in its ambitious space program, the official Xinhua News Agency reported.
00:23 08.12.2018
1716. World's first baby born via womb transplant from dead donor
A woman in Brazil who received a womb transplanted from a deceased donor has given birth to a baby girl in the first successful case of its kind, doctors reported.
09:38 05.12.2018
1715. 'Cheating' gorillas show clever puzzle-solving
Gorillas at a zoo in England have demonstrated a distinctly human trait while attempting to solve a new puzzle game - cheating.
12:45 04.12.2018
1714. SpaceX launches biggest U.S. 'rideshare' mission with 64 satellites
(This story corrects to delete incorrect information that rocket carried a University of Illinois satellite)
12:35 04.12.2018
1713. NASA deep space probe reaches asteroid deemed potential Earth threat
NASA"s deep space explorer Osiris-Rex flew on Monday to within a dozen miles of its destination, a skyscraper-sized asteroid believed to hold organic compounds fundamental to life as well as the potential to collide with Earth in about 150 years. 
05:59 04.12.2018
1712. Russia launches first manned voyage to ISS since rocket accident
A Russian-made Soyuz rocket blasted a three-man crew into orbit on Monday, beginning the first manned voyage to the International Space Station since a mission in October was aborted in midair because of a rocket malfunction.
17:03 03.12.2018
1711. NASA selects nine U.S. companies to vie for moon program funding
NASA on Thursday named nine U.S. companies, including Lockheed Martin Corp, that will compete for funding under the space agency"s renewed long-term moon program, a private-public undertaking to develop technology that will explore the lunar surface.
16:51 29.11.2018
1710. Ancient toothless whale was forerunner of modern cetacean giants
A prehistoric 15-foot-long (4.5 meters) whale that sucked prey into its mouth represents a key missing puzzle piece concerning the evolution of today"s huge filter-feeding whales, scientists said on Thursday.
12:24 29.11.2018
1709. China orders halt to gene-editing after outcry over babies
The Chinese government on Thursday ordered a temporary halt to research activities for people involved in the editing of human genes, after a Chinese scientist said he had edited the genes of twin babies.
11:58 29.11.2018
1708. New ultralight material offers many uses for plastic waste, researchers say
Researchers in Singapore are seeking a patent for a new sound-proof and heat-resistant material made from recycled plastic bottles they say could help reduce plastic waste dumped in oceans and clogging landfills.
06:28 29.11.2018
1707. India's Earth observation satellite among 31 sent into space
India fired a rocket carrying 31 satellites into space on Thursday, including its own advanced earth observation satellite among the other smaller ones launched for eight countries.
04:26 29.11.2018
1706. Amazon's latest gadget: a self-driving toy car for coders
Self-driving cars, meet Amazon"s self-driving toys.
19:02 28.11.2018
1705. Scientists create "mini placenta" organoids in a lab dish
- Scientists in Britain have succeeded in creating mini human placenta organoids which they say will transform scientific understanding of reproductive disorders such as pre-eclampsia and miscarriage.
13:55 28.11.2018
1704. Furhat, a robot with the human touch, wants to hear your woes
Furhat tilts his or her head, smiles, exudes empathy and warmth, and encourages us to open up.
08:39 28.11.2018
1703. Chinese geneticist reveals another "potential" gene-edited pregnancy
A Chinese scientist at the center of an ethical storm over what he claims are the world"s first genetically edited babies said on Wednesday he is proud of his work and revealed there was a second "potential" pregnancy as part of the research.
06:19 28.11.2018
1702. Scientists, officials in China abhor gene editing that geneticist claims
Chinese officials and scientists denounced on Tuesday the claims of a geneticist who said he had created the first gene-edited babies, and a hospital linked to his research suggested its ethical approval had been forged.
05:41 27.11.2018
1701. NASA's InSight lands on Mars to peer into planet's deep interior
NASA"s InSight spacecraft, the first robotic lander designed to study the deep interior of a distant world, touched down safely on the surface of Mars on Monday with instruments to detect planetary seismic rumblings never measured anywhere but Earth.
05:09 27.11.2018
1700. Make a meal of mealworms, Hong Kong startup says
Pasta prepared with mealworms raised in your own home?
23:55 26.11.2018
1699. NASA's Mars InSight probe pierces planet's atmosphere to begin descent
The NASA Mars science probe InSight streaked into the planet"s thin atmosphere on Monday and began its descent to the surface in a make-or-break landing attempt that was expected to end in a touchdown within seven minutes, mission controllers said.
15:31 26.11.2018
1698. NASA spacecraft nears Red Planet on mission to detect 'marsquakes'
NASA"s first robotic lander designed to study the deep interior of a distant world hurtled closer to Mars on course for a planned touchdown on Monday after a six-month voyage through space.
02:37 26.11.2018
1697. Surprising elephant-sized mammal cousin lived alongside dinosaurs
A stoutly built mammal cousin the size of an elephant that munched on plants with its horny beak roamed the European landscape alongside dinosaurs during the Triassic Period about 205 million to 210 million years ago, scientists said on Thursday.
20:43 22.11.2018
1696. Scientists weigh up stratospheric sunlight barrier to curb warming
Spraying sun-dimming chemicals high above the Earth to slow global warming could be "remarkably inexpensive", costing about $2.25 billion a year over a 15-year period, according to a study by U.S. scientists.
19:03 22.11.2018
1695. Radical experimental plane with no moving parts wows scientists
Some 115 years after the first powered flight, scientists have developed a radical new approach toward flying in the form of a small, lightweight and virtually noiseless airplane that gets airborne with no moving parts like propellers or turbine blades.
15:37 21.11.2018
1694. SpaceX's crew rocket set for January test flight
The first flight of a SpaceX rocket tailored to fly astronauts to the International Space Station is set for liftoff from Kennedy Space Center in Florida on Jan. 7, NASA said on Wednesday.
14:52 21.11.2018
1693. Arianespace launches Morocco's second earth observation satellite
Arianespace on Wednesday launched a rocket from French Guiana carrying Morocco’s second earth observation satellite, the European launch company said.
03:43 21.11.2018
1692. NASA to review workplace safety culture at SpaceX, Boeing
U.S. space agency NASA said on Tuesday it would review the workplace safety culture at SpaceX and Boeing Co, as the two companies gear up to fly astronauts to the International Space Station.
20:45 20.11.2018
1691. Russian Soyuz blasts off for ISS in first launch since accident
An unmanned rocket carrying cargo blasted off into space on Friday in the first launch of a Russian-made Soyuz-FG rocket from Kazakhstan"s Baikonur cosmodrome since a dramatic aborted launch in October.
09:34 17.11.2018
1690. How much does a kilogram weigh? Depends on your 'Planck constant'
It may not change how you buy bananas, but scientists have voted to redefine the value of a kilogram, in what they called a landmark decision that will boost the accuracy of scientific measurements.
11:30 16.11.2018
1689. SpaceX, TeleSat Canada bids get U.S. nod to expand satellite internet
WASHINGTON (Reuters - The U.S. Federal Communications Commission voted unanimously on Thursday to allow Tesla Inc Chief Executive Elon Musk"s Space X, Telesat Canada [PSPENC.UL] and two other companies to roll out new satellite-based broadband service
16:40 15.11.2018
1688. Face off: Realistic masks made in Japan find demand from tech, car companies
Super-realistic face masks made by a tiny company in rural Japan are in demand from the domestic tech and entertainment industries and from countries as far away as Saudi Arabia.
13:01 15.11.2018
1687. 'We trust our rocket', crew says ahead of first space launch since failure
A U.S. astronaut said on Thursday she had full confidence in the safety of the Russian-made Soyuz rocket that will blast a three-person crew into space next month in the first such launch since a rocket failure.
08:14 15.11.2018
1686. Frigid planet detected orbiting nearby star
A frozen and dimly lit planet, dubbed a "Super-Earth," may be orbiting the closest single star to our solar system, astronomers said on Wednesday, based on two decades of scientific observations.
18:41 14.11.2018
1685. After aborted mission, NASA astronaut confident about December launch
The American astronaut who will hitch the first ride on a Russian rocket since last month"s aborted launch and dramatic emergency landing is confident that her scheduled trip in December on a rocket that she calls a "workhorse" will go smoothly.
12:08 14.11.2018
1684. Scientists to swap dusty old kilogram for something more stable
After years of nursing a sometimes dusty cylinder of metal in a vault outside Paris as the global reference for modern mass, scientists are updating the definition of the kilogram.
15:14 12.11.2018
1683. Stephen Hawking's thesis and wheelchair sell for $1 million
A motorized wheelchair used by the late British physicist Stephen Hawking sold at auction on Thursday for almost 300,000 pounds ($391,740.00) while a dissertation raised nearly twice that at a sale to raise money for charity.
03:13 09.11.2018
1682. Scientists angry at UK visa denials for African, Asian researchers
Scientists in Britain expressed concern on Thursday after at least 17 delegates from Africa and Asia wanting to attend a health conference in London were denied visas.
11:24 08.11.2018

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