Tag Archives: Plasma physics

25Jan/22

Acteev® and Coalatree Launch Zinc-Powered Sun Shirt at 2022 Outdoor Retailer Winter Show

Acteev and Coalatree will launch the Suray Sun Shirt, a zinc-powered shirt designed to fight unwanted odors and the sun’s damaging rays, at the 2022 Outdoor Retailer Winter Show. It is the first of many new Acteev-based outdoor applications coming in 2022. Continue reading

30Nov/21

Leading Beer Brand, Corona, Announces Plans For A Natural Island Destination That Celebrates Its 100% Natural Ingredients

Today, Corona announced Corona Island, a unique destination for visitors to disconnect from the everyday and reconnect with the natural world. Slated to open in late Spring 2022 in the heart of the Caribbean Sea, Corona Island will be a magical destination centered around sustainability and is striving to become “Blue Verified” by Oceanic Global as part of the international NGO’s rigorous Blue Standard program. Continue reading

27Sep/17

NASA gives sneak peek of ‘mission to touch the sun’

LAUREL, MARYLAND, UNITED STATES (SEPTEMBER 25, 2017) (REUTERS) – Scientists unveiled the Parker Solar Probe at a laboratory in Laurel, Maryland, on Monday (September 25), where the spacecraft is being prepared to make an unprecedented plunge into the sun’s atmosphere. Continue reading

26Jul/17

NASA astronaut captures aurora space spectacle

NASA astronaut Jack Fischer has shared stunning time-lapse images of the aurora borealis he captured from the International Space Station on June 26 and shared on Sunday. Continue reading

07Dec/15

Fusion power getting closer, say UK scientists

As world leaders meet in Paris to agree a legal framework aimed at limiting use of fossil fuels and the resulting rises in global temperatures, a UK company says it could be as little as five years from making “reactor relevant” fusion, a potential game changer in energy production.

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12Feb/15

Sun’s activity captured in stunning time-lapse video

(IVO)- A twisting solar flare erupting into space……just one of many captivating images taken by the Solar Dynamics Observatory during its five years in space.

To mark the milestone, NASA has released a veritable ‘greatest hits package’ of the sun’s activity.
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