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This is what the world's largest Supercharger for Tesla looks like

This is what the world's largest Supercharger for Tesla looks like

Tesla praised the latest venture on her Twitter profile. It is the world's largest charging station for Supercharger vehicles. It was created in the city of Firebaugh, California, which lies between San Francisco and Los Angeles. The roads between these cities are used by the most electric Tesla in the entire USA, which is why the company decided to build a new station there.

Chinese Maglev train after the first tests. It accelerates to 600 km / h

Chinese Maglev train after the first tests. It accelerates to 600 km / h

Unlike the Japanese one, which currently has a speed of up to 400 km / h (see here), the train belonging to China Railway Rolling Stock Corporation (CRRC) will easily exceed 600 km / h, but it was made in Maglev technology, i.e. it does not move on the rails, it just hovers above them, thanks to a phenomenon known as magnetic levitation.

Can you build a real rocket with 8 people? For a startup, Launcher is a piece of cake

Can you build a real rocket with 8 people? For a startup, Launcher is a piece of cake

It cannot be denied that if a familiar engineer came to any of us and informed that he was going to build a rocket together with 7 employees and a few talents from abroad, there would be only one reaction. However, the startup Launcher has been successfully proving that it is possible since 2017 and today it employs only 8 full-time employees (there are also 10 designers in constant contact, but they work from their native Ukraine), whose goal is to create a rocket capable of carry a 1 tonne load into a low Earth orbit.

LG introduces a protective mask with an air purifier

LG introduces a protective mask with an air purifier

LG PuriCare Wearable Air Purifier is one of the heroes of the August IFA virtual trade fair, and it is a wearable mask / filter device, which is designed to block 99.95% of viruses, bacteria and common allergens. Interestingly, this is literally a miniature version of the company's classic air purifiers that you can put on your face - just look at the presence of two HEPA H13 filters. This time, however, we can additionally count on a respiratory sensor and double ventilators providing us with filtered air.

How and where to watch a historic flight to the International Space Station

How and where to watch a historic flight to the International Space Station

NASA is preparing interesting attractions related to the November flight for a virtual community of fans of the agency and space exploration. On its profiles on the largest websites, the agency will publish multimedia materials, thanks to which everyone will be able to feel as if they were taking part in a flight into space.

China will build its own Starlink or even two. There will be fierce competition

China will build its own Starlink or even two. There will be fierce competition

The Chinese government has just submitted to the International Telecommunications Union its project to build not one, but two mega-constellations of the cosmic Internet, which is to be modeled on the Starlink from Elon Musk. Chinese constellations are to have working names GW-A59 and GW-2. In total, the application describes a system consisting of nearly 13,000 satellites.

A unique molecule was discovered on Titan, which was involved in the creation of human DNA

A unique molecule was discovered on Titan, which was involved in the creation of human DNA

Titan is one of the objects in the solar system that promises to be excellent in terms of the possibility of life there. The surface temperatures are very low, there are natural reservoirs of liquid hydrocarbons, and the atmosphere is dominated by nitrogen, which is similar to Earth. Astrobiologists believe that there are ideal conditions for the emergence and flourishing of various forms of life.

Mysterious holes in the ice have appeared in the Arctic. See the latest photos

Mysterious holes in the ice have appeared in the Arctic. See the latest photos

In mid-April, John Sonntag, a member of the research group, took pictures of strange circles in the ice from the plane. They appeared in the Mackenzie River delta in Canada. Sonntag sent the photos to NASA headquarters and posted them on his Twitter profile with a note that he doesn't remember seeing such things elsewhere.