10 summer-inspired nail designs that are so easy to DIY
How to protect your pets from coronavirus
Have you ever looked up at the moon lighting up the night sky and wanted to know about its cratered surface? Well, now you can take a closer look at its geology because The United States Geological Survey (USGS) just released the most comprehensive geological map of the moon ever created.
For the first time ever, scientists have mapped out the entire surface of the moon. In collaboration with NASA and the Lunar Planetary Institute, scientists from the USGS Astrogeology Science Center created the “Unified Geologic Map of the Moon.” The definitive blueprint of the lunar surface, it will serve as an invaluable reference for future human missions to the moon and additional lunar science. But it’s not just for professional scientists: The digital map is available online so people outside the scientific community can explore the moon’s surface. In other words, you can check out the same blueprint that’ll help NASA plan for future missions to the moon.
Scientists created the 1:5,000,000-scale geologic map using information from recent satellite trips to the moon and six regional maps from the Apollo era. Using new and old data, the researchers created unified descriptions of the moon’s rock layers. With bright colors, the map charts the moon’s surface features and time periods. So you can see where geological features like craters and plateaus are located and when they formed.
“This map is a culmination of a decades-long project,” USGS geologist and lead author Corey Fortezzo said in a statement. “It provides vital information for new scientific studies by connecting the exploration of specific sites on the moon with the rest of the lunar surface.”
Want to learn more about the moon’s surface, check out the “Unified Geologic Map of the Moon” here.
Answer Singapore’s Most Common Interview Question
Stay Healthy & Active With These 3 Habits
Do you have pots and pans with stains and grease residue too stubborn to come off? You can buy all different types of cleaning products to help remove those hard-to-scrub situations, but there’s one thing that is in everybody’s pantry that can help in this situation too: salt.
This post was written in collaboration with OCBC Bank. While we are financially compensated by them, we nonetheless strive to maintain our editorial integrity and review products with the same objective lens. We are committed to providing the best recommendations and advice in order for you to make personal financial decisions with confidence. You can view our Editorial Guidelines here. For the longest time ever, Google Pay was only available to…
Established back in 2017, Chapter 3 Interior Design is fast becoming one of Singapore’s leading interior designer companies. Founded by Syed Fadhil and his team, Chapter 3 Interior Design can be seen as a continuation of Chapter ONE Interior Design Pte Ltd (on which Syed Fadhil and his team worked prior) as well as Chapter TWO Design Pte Ltd. Offering a rich collection of services to clients (including 3D perspective drawings, space planning,…
There are certain items that many of us keep at home and we never really question why. Many of these are completely useless, and yet we still keep them around, whether it’s due to simply forgetting or we think that “one day they’ll be useful.” Then they just sit in our homes, and we become so used to them that we don’t even notice anymore. We have talked before about ways to declutter your life and how minimalism can be beneficial, but there are other errors that we keep committing without even realizing it, keeping certain items at home being a common one. When was the last time you looked through the expiration dates of products in the back of your pantry or freezer? Or when exactly did you wear the mismatched socks you keep in your drawer? It’s OK, we’re all guilty of keeping all sorts of useless stuff around. But after reading this gallery, you’ll have no excuses, so click through and start getting things out of the house today.
One Catalyst Interior redesigns and renovates investment properties in Malaysia within 30 days that’ll get high rental returns for their clients. The post With Smart Strategies, This M’sian Design Team Only Eyes Rental Units With High ROI Potential appeared first on Vulcan Post.
Psychologist Huang Jing has been busier than ever since the coronavirus outbreak began in China late last year. More married couples are seeking her services, as their relationships are pushed to breaking point by the pressures of disease and enforced social isolation, she says. Based in the eastern Chinese city of Hangzhou, Huang has both domestic and overseas clients. She said the pandemic was putting a “magnifying glass” on relationships,…