Firefighters managed to bring under control the wildfire broke out in the Khaeiz protected area, southwestern Iran, five days ago, governor of Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad Province announced on Monday.
Forest fire in southwestern Iran contained after five days
Autumn was closing in fast on northern Nevada, the US, when Martin Sander took one last look around the excavation site in the Augusta Mountains 150 miles (241 kilometers) east of Reno. The longtime paleontologist from Germany had been working summers in Nevada for 20 years by that point and believed in the maxim that, "We find the spectacular things on the second to last day or last day."
Nevada home to 246 million-year-old fossil of pregnant ichthyosaur
As much of the world has slowed down amid COVID-19, the same cannot be said for the burgeoning small satellite broadband industry. In recent weeks, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk announced he hopes to move the company’s Starlink broadband service to public beta in about six months. And that very same day, the Federal Communications Commission unanimously approved new rules for preventing orbital debris and collisions in space (those rules have been revised so as to not hamper NASA, but they still require more analysis, tracking, and disclosure from satellite companies).
Can we save the night sky from satellite streaks?
A self-driving robot equipped with cameras and an LED screen greets visitors at the lobby in the headquarters of South Korea’s largest mobile operator, checking their temperature, dispensing hand sanitizer and disinfecting the floor.
South Korean robot fights coronavirus spread
The lessons we have learnt from the impact of COVID-19 may help businesses manage climate risk in the future.
Is COVID-19 dress rehearsal for climate change?
In spite of the US sanctions imposed against the Islamic Republic of Iran, the country achieved a complete space technology cycle in the intentional arena, said Iranian Space Agency (ISA) Chief Morteza Barari.
Iran attains full space technology cycle despite US sanctions: ISA chief
Flamingos have returned to the shores of Ghobadloo in Ajabshir, West Azarbaijan Province, five years after the revival of Lake Urmia, said Director of Ajabshir Department of Environment Hamid Peighami on Sunday.
Flamingos return to Lake Urmia
Good news is in short supply at the moment, so brace yourself for a rare burst of optimism about climate change.
Climate change: How a green new deal really could go global
A Tasmanian research team is going to great heights to save the endangered Tasmanian wedge-tailed eagle.
Wedge-tailed eagles wear trackers for research into safer flights
Since bionic limbs often can’t rely on muscle contractions or nerve impulses to move as a normal arms or legs would, they need guidance from artificial intelligence.
Robotic prosthetics AI incorporates computer vision in research

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