Jakovlev Jak-25 – Top 10 night fighter planes

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Jakovlev Jak-25 – Top 10 night fighter planes

  • Place: Russia
  • First flight: 1952
  • Built: 483 + 155 pcs.

Jakovlev Jak-25 – The first in the USSR created to operate on the areas of Siberia and the Far East. A twin-engine long-range fighter, adapted to all weather conditions. And for day and night flights. The prototype was ready for factory testing in October 1947, and from 1954 the first units were in constant readiness close to the northern border of the USSR.

Sud Aviation Vautour II – Top 10 night fighter planes

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Sud Aviation Vautour II – Top 10 night fighter planes

  • Place: France
  • First flight: 1952
  • Built: 149 pcs.

Sud Aviation Vautour II – The first test flight of the French machine took place on 16th October 1952. But it was not included in active service until 1958. The prototype was improved and finally created in three versions: IIA, IIB, IIN. Only the last model was designed as a night fighter. The basic equipment includes: Radar DRAC-25AI or DRAC-32AI – located in the cockpit. Four 30 mm DEFA 552 cannons. Matra 104A missile – attached from the bottom of the fuselage. Four Matra R-511 anti-aircraft missiles – located under the wings.

Nevado del Ruiz – Colombia

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Nevado del Ruiz – Colombia

 

  • Location: Colombia
  • Peak: 5321 m a. s. l.

 
Nevado del Ruiz volcano, already active for around 2,000,000 years, is 130 km west of the capital of Colombia – Bogota. It has many layers of lava hardened alternately with volcanic ash and other pyroclastic rocks. The mountain is part of the volcanic massifs created by five more volcanoes covered with glaciers. Four of them are still active.

The volcano became famous thanks to its catastrophic eruption, which took place on November 13, 1985. As a result, glacier peaks of 25 km² have melted. The resulting lahars, flowing at a speed of 40 to 60 km / h, flooded the city of Armero and several surrounding villages with a layer of mud deep for 6 meters. Only in the city more than 21,000 citizens died (out of a total of 23,000). Losses reached $ 1 billion. The consequence of this catastrophe was the adoption by Colombia of security measures that should reduce the risk of death for so many people.

In September and October 2010, a gradual increase in seismic activity near the Arenas crater was noticed. Over the next four months, there were earthquakes that increased fear of further devastating eruptions.

Most famous fake news of world – 80 years old

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Most famous fake news of world – 80 years old

Most famous fake news of world – Though they are talked about rather recently, fake news is as old as journalism itself. On 30 October 2018, the most famous of them celebrated the 80th birthday! We’re talking about Orson Welles’s radio play ‘War of the Worlds’, which in 1938 on the occasion of Halloween celebrated broadcasting the CBS station. The live broadcast proved so convincing that the Americans believed in the Martian invasion and … panicked. In thousands of police stations, telephones rang – citizens demanded intervention and asked how to survive the war with aliens. At least that’s how the whole story was presented in the newspapers, although in reality it was … another fake news. Mass hysteria did not break out at all – the press tried only to discredit its new competitor: radio

Antonie van Leeuwenhoek – First microscope creator

Antonie van Leeuwenhoek - first microscope creator

Antonie van Leeuwenhoek – First microscope creator

Antonie van Leeuwenhoek – first microscope creator – In 24.10.1632 was born
the Dutch
naturalist A. van Leeuwenhoek, considered the creator of the microscope.
As the first
saw the human sperm. It is assumed that described many of anatomical structures and
organisms and
bacteria discovered and disproved the theory of spontaneous generation.

Alfred Nobel – Scientist, industrialist, inventor

Alfred Nobel - scientist, industrialist, inventor

Alfred Nobel – Scientist, industrialist, dynamite inventor

Alfred Nobel – scientist, industrialist, dynamite inventor – In 21.10.1833 was born the Swedish
scientist and industrialist A. Nobel. Inventor of dynamite and founder of the Nobel Prize.
In 01.01.1867 produced dynamite.

Alfred Tarski – Polish mathematician, philosopher

Alfred Tarski - Polish mathematician, philosopher

Alfred Tarski – Polish mathematician, philosopher

Alfred Tarski – Polish mathematician, philosopher – In 26.10.1983 died,
Polish
mathematician A. Tarski. He worked on set theory, algebra, logic and metamathematics
and the
philosophy. He is co-founder of the so-called. the paradox of BanachTarski,
definition of truth
and model theory.

Barcode – Invention of laser system

Barcode - invention of laser system

Barcode – Invention of laser system

Barcode – Inventors barcode are Americans Norman Joseph Woodland (1921 – 2012 r.) and Bernard Silver (1924 – 1963 r). They filed an application for a patent for his system October 20, 1949 r., And received it 7 October 1952. Number 2,612,994th The prevalence of the invention interfere with the lack of laser technology that could read barcodes. In practice it was used for the first time 26 June 1974. Marsh at a supermarket in Troy, Ohio.

Daylight saving time – Moving the clockwise forward

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Daylight saving time – Moving the clockwise forward

Daylight saving time – Moving the clockwise forward, for the first time introduced by the Germans in 1916. Daylight saving time in Poland has been legally adopted and continuously operating since 1977. Although attempts adjustment time were at our place already in the 1919. Throughout the European Union clocks rearranges the forward one hour on the last Sunday in March, and the daylight saving time ends on the last Sunday in October.