It’s that time of year again for The Debrief Christmas Special! Hosted by John Beauchamp with guest Ed Wight, Managing Editor of The First News.
The competition organised by Warsaw company CloudFerro set out to identify the most beautiful images of the Earth.
To locate the free-floating planet, a team of international astronomers led by those from the University of Warsaw’s OGLE team at the Astronomical Observatory used an astronomical phenomenon called gravitational microlensing.
Named as one of just 24 people under the age of 24, Torchała joins a select group of young engineers.
If it weren’t for the Polish engineer born in a small town northwest of Łódź, World Space Week, annually celebrated by 95 nations from Oct 4th- Oct 10th, probably wouldn’t exist. There may have been space travel, but not as we know it.
The Polish Space Agency (POLSA) is holding talks with NASA on cooperation in building common devices and instruments for space missions and, above all, regarding space exploration, Aleksandra Bukala from POLSA has told PAP.
TFN speaks to Agnieszka Elwertowska, an analogue Mars mission commander, engineer and IT student, who hopes to become only the second Polish astronaut after Mirosław Hermaszewski.
The discovery could help change the way the universe and the rule of physics are viewed.
Discovered by an international team led by the Nicolaus Copernicus Astronomical Centre in Warsaw, the star named HD74423 is estimated to be 1.7 times the mass of the sun.
The object called 2020 CD3 and measuring just a few metres in diameter, entered Earth's orbit about three years ago. The ‘mini-moon’ circles the Earth every 47 days but is slipping from Earth’s gravitational pull and in few months will leave us.