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Georgian Inventor Students to travel to NASA Space Center

Millennium Challenge Account – Georgia. Has revealed the winners of the innovation competition. The first place took the gymnasium AIA GESS project “Robot Labourant”. The author of the project will travel to the NASA Space Center and participate in the NASA educational program. The winner team has presented three robots …

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NASA to Explore Caucasus Terrain Degradation Process

The Research Center of Ministry of Agriculture of Georgia has won NASA-announced grant competition. The Georgian research center will implement a joint project with NASA to examine the Caucasus terrain degradation level, based on an analysis of satellite photo materials. The research center will apply NASA-owned Landsat and ESA-owned (European …

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The Winner of NASA Competition to Get Funded One More Year

Giorgi Mchedlishvili, the winner of the competition announced by NASA, has funded to continue the training at Columbia University. As “Business Dial” was told in the International Center of Education, Mchedlishvili’s decision on financing was already sent. “As you know, the Center asked Mchedlishvili to present a relevant application, after …

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School Students Invent Emergency Alarm System For Landslide Hazard Areas

Smart Kids, from Senaki school made a project titled Geological Threats. This innovative project features an exceptionally precise, reliable, and stable emergency alarm system to be used in landslide hazard areas. Kids won the 2016-2017 Millennium Innovation Competition and will travel to USA to participate in NASA learning course on May 1-5, …

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Georgian Students Succeed at NASA Innovation Contest

GEORGIAN STUDENTS IN NASA

Georgian young inventors Giorgi Margiani, Beka Mikadze, Giorgi Nioradze and Vakhtang Kontridze have won the Millennium Innovations Award as part of the US Millennium Innovations Contest, the US Embassy in Georgia has released the due statement. By the financial support of the US Government, the innovations contest for secondary school …

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NASA Helps Georgia to Determine As Birthplace of Wine

NASA Helps Georgia to Determine As Birthplace of Wine

National Aeronautics and Space Administration of the United States NASA – is helping Georgia to determine if Georgia is birthplace of wine; Hvino News Reports. According to David Magradze, the head of the Viticulture Department of the National Wine Agency, the final result would be known in 2016, although it was …

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NASA Says Antarctica is Gaining Ice

Global Warming

NASA published a new study that says parts of Antarctica are actually gaining ice. The study does not deny that glaciers are now melting at a faster rate, but says that extra snowfall over the last 10,000 years has led to gains in the Antarctic ice sheet. NASA used satellites …

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Amazing Photos from Nasa’s Longest in Space Astronaut

Scot Kelly

Just before the 15th anniversary of continuous human presence on the International Space Station on Nov. 2, 2015, U.S. astronaut and commander of the current Expedition 45 crew, Scott Kelly, is breaking spaceflight records. On Friday, Oct. 16, Kelly begins his 383rd day living in space, surpassing U.S. astronaut Mike …

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Nasa Faces Contamination Dilemma Over Mars Water Investigations

Mars Water

Nasa scientists may still be celebrating their discovery of liquid water on Mars, but they now face some serious questions about how they can investigate further and look for signs of life on the red planet. The problem is how to find life without contaminating the planet with bugs from …

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NASA: July 2015 Was the Hottest Month in Earth History

For the Earth, no other month was likely as hot as this past July in records that date back to the late 1800s. And the global is well on its way to having its hottest year on record. The monthly anomaly of the global average surface temperature in July 2015, and …

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An Enhanced Image of Planet Mercury – NASA

An image of the planet Mercury produced by NASA’s MESSENGER probe is seen in an updated picture released on April 16th 2015. “The colours are not what they would look like to the human eye, but they are used to enhance the chemical, mineralogical and physical differences between the rocks that …

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