Category: Science

  • Steel


    Steel is an alloy of iron and carbon in a percentage of the latter element variable between 0.008% and 2.11% […]

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  • Ganymede (moon)

    Ganymede (moon)

    Ganymede, international name Jupiter III Ganymede, is a natural satellite of Jupiter. On the scale of distances to the center […]

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  • Copper


    Copper is a chemical element with atomic number 29, symbol Cu. The simple copper body is metal. Position in the […]

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  • Earth


    Earth is the third largest planet in order of distance from the Sun and the fifth largest in the Solar […]

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  • Petroleum (Oil)

    Petroleum (Oil)

    Oil (in Latin petroleum, from the Greek petra, “rock”, and from the Latin oleum, “oil”), also called naphtha in antiquity, […]

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  • James Webb Space Telescope

    James Webb Space Telescope

    The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) is a space telescope serving as an observatory operating mainly in the infrared, developed […]

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  • Sun


    The Sun (Latin: Sol) is the parent star of the solar system, around which orbit the eight main planets (including […]

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  • Hubble Space Telescope

    Hubble Space Telescope

    The Hubble Space Telescope (HST) is a space telescope jointly developed by NASA and ESA and named after the astronomer […]

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  • Pluto (dwarf planet)

    Pluto (dwarf planet)

    Pluto, officially designated as (134340) Pluto (international designation: ((134340) Pluto), is a dwarf planet, the largest known in the Solar […]

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  • Saturn (planet)

    Saturn (planet)

    Saturn is the sixth planet in the Solar System in order of distance from the Sun, and the second largest […]

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