In Chartres, a gigantic Gallo-Roman sanctuary

The archaeologists discovered a magnificent marble step basin, which testifies to the finesse of the work of the craftsmen of the time. Department of Archeology of Chartres Métropole STORY – More than a decade of excavations has unearthed an incredible archaeological site. The ancient city had one of the largest sanctuaries known to date. The … Read more

Three Russian cosmonauts on a mission on the ISS return to Earth

Three Russian cosmonauts landed Thursday, September 29 in the steppe of Kazakhstan, returning from a six-month mission aboard the International Space Station (ISS), announced the Russian space agency Roscosmos. Russians Oleg Artemiev, Denis Matveev and Sergei Korsakov landed at 12:57 p.m. nearly 150 kilometers from the city of Jezkazgan in central Kazakhstan, according to a … Read more

Samantha Cristoforetti becomes the first European to command the ISS

AFP, published on Wednesday, September 28, 2022 at 6:30 p.m. Italian astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti on Wednesday became the first European to take command of the International Space Station, 400 km above Earth, in a relaxed ceremony broadcast live from space. The event gave the outgoing commander of the ISS, Russian cosmonaut Oleg Artemiev, an opportunity … Read more

With 12 domes, the Bure plateau radio telescope is complete

AFP, published on Wednesday, September 28, 2022 at 1:14 p.m. And twelve for the domes of the most powerful millimetric radio telescope in the northern hemisphere, perched on a high plateau in the Alps, and whose observations promise discoveries ranging from the composition of nearby comets to the origins of life in the Universe. . … Read more

Survey: 1 in 4 French people would be ready to opt for a pizza on the Christmas menu – LINFO.re

A survey, carried out by the Ooni brand with OpinionWay, revealed that the French are interested in introducing a pizza to the menu for the end of the year celebrations. In the ranking of the biggest consumers of pizza in the world, the French come second after the Americans. On average, a French person would … Read more

The black hole at the center of the Galaxy has generated a gas bubble

Astronomers observed the fleeting appearance of a bubble of gas circulating at speedsmind-bogglingaround the black hole at the center of our galaxy, according to a scientific study published this Thursday, September 22. The detection of this bubble, whose lifetime did not exceed a few hours, could provide information on the behavior of black holes. These … Read more

Neptune’s rings are delicately captured by the James Webb Telescope

The James Webb Space Telescope has delivered unpublished images of the planet Neptune and its rings, which provide valuable information on its atmosphere, NASA announced on Wednesday September 21. Astronomers have not had such a clear view of the most distant planet in the solar system since the brief and unique passage of a probe, … Read more

Joe Biden meditates in front of the coffin of Elizabeth II

By Le Figaro with AFP Posted 4 hours ago, Update 3 hours ago US President Joe Biden gathered on Sunday September 18 in front of the coffin of Elizabeth II in London, like many foreign leaders who came for the sovereign’s funeral on Monday. Joe Biden, accompanied by his wife Jill, made the sign of … Read more

The Perseverance rover has detected potential biosignatures on Mars

The Perseverance rover has taken a major step in its search for traces of ancient life on Mars with the collection of the samples.the most preciousso far, containing potential biosignatures that will need to be confirmed once on Earth, NASA announced Thursday, September 15. This is not yet proof that life once existed on the … Read more

MICROSCOPE verifies a pillar of Einstein’s theory

AFP, published on Wednesday, September 14, 2022 at 6:38 p.m. The MICROSCOPE space mission has achieved record accuracy in verifying physics’ “equivalence principle”, which tests Einstein’s general relativity, according to several studies whose results were presented on Wednesday. Launched in 2016, MICROSCOPE was installed in orbit at an altitude of 710 km, and provided data … Read more