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 BMKG: The bright red Mars-like sky over the Province of Jambi is a phenomenon known as Mie Scattering
Monday, Sep 23, 2019 | 09:07 am LT

BMKG: The bright red Mars-like sky over the Province of Jambi is a phenomenon known as Mie Scattering

News24xx.com - The Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics Agency (BMKG) explains that the bright red Mars-like sky over the Province of Jambi is a phenomenon known as Mie Scattering. As the agency explained in one of its Twitter posts on Sunday, September 22, 2019, that the phenomenon that is also known as the Lorenz–Mie solution or the Lorenz–Mie–Debye, is the scattering ....
 BMKG: The bright red Mars-like sky over the Province of Jambi is a phenomenon known as Mie Scattering
Monday, Sep 23, 2019 | 09:07 am LT

BMKG: The bright red Mars-like sky over the Province of Jambi is a phenomenon known as Mie Scattering

News24xx.com - The Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics Agency (BMKG) explains that the bright red Mars-like sky over the Province of Jambi is a phenomenon known as Mie Scattering. As the agency explained in one of its Twitter posts on Sunday, September 22, 2019, that the phenomenon that is also known as the Lorenz–Mie solution or the Lorenz–Mie–Debye, is the scattering ...
 Batan is set to launch a nuclear tourism experience on Oct. 30
Saturday, Sep 21, 2019 | 05:47 am LT

Batan is set to launch a nuclear tourism experience on Oct. 30

News24xx.com -  The National Nuclear Energy Agency (Batan) is set to launch a nuclear tourism experience on Oct. 30, aiming to introduce nuclear technology to the public. “We will have an open house to present the results of our research and development team from 2015 to 2019,” said Jupiter Sitorus Pane, head of the Science and Applied Nuclear Technology Center of Batan in Bandun...
NASA released a satellite image the area around Kalimantan is covered with white smoke
Friday, Sep 20, 2019 | 08:52 am LT

NASA released a satellite image the area around Kalimantan is covered with white smoke

News24xx.com -  The forest fires in Indonesia has seen neighbouring countries like Malaysia and Singapore bearing the burden of the haze which is getting worse and worse by the day. This has caused places like Kuching to be announced as the most polluted city in the world because of the haze, while dozens of schools in Malaysia have temporarily closed down. The air, especially in Indonesia,...
The Indonesian government re-export nine containers of toxic and hazardous waste to Australia
Thursday, Sep 19, 2019 | 03:04 pm LT

The Indonesian government re-export nine containers of toxic and hazardous waste to Australia

News24xx.com -  The Indonesian government through the Directorate General of Customs and Excise will re-export nine containers of toxic and hazardous waste to Australia. "Today we will re-export it to its country of origin," Director General of Customs and Excise Heru Pambudi said at a press conference in Jakarta Wednesday. The Tangerang Customs Office in cooperation with the Envir...
A global study : World must transform food production, this is the reason
Monday, Sep 16, 2019 | 02:35 pm LT

A global study : World must transform food production, this is the reason

News24xx.com -  The world must diversify its food production and consumption, or face damaging supply disruptions that could lead to suffering and social unrest, scientists warned on Monday. A new global study found the health and environmental benefits of transforming the way we farm would outweigh heavily the cost of doing so, with the authors urging governments to do more to support susta...
Study : A pair of ancient skeletons being found in Italy buried hand-in-hand were actually two men
Monday, Sep 16, 2019 | 08:43 am LT

Study : A pair of ancient skeletons being found in Italy buried hand-in-hand were actually two men

News24xx.com -  A pair of ancient skeletons known as the "Lovers of Modena" after being found in Italy buried hand-in-hand were actually two men, Italian scientists have found. Discovered in 2009 in the northern city of Modena, the remains, dating from between the 4th and 6th centuries AD, had degraded so much it was thought impossible to determine their gender and it was assumed t...
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