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Musk believes that the first to appear on Mars are tough guys who do not return to Earth

The SpaceX boss has big plans for the Red Planet. His company is to send his spaceship there in 3 years, and in 5 years the first people will appear there. Musk recently took part in an online poll organized on Twitter, which asked who will be first on Mars, humans or artificial intelligence.

Wing is not enough, LG heralds another innovative smartphone for active people

As LG explains, this is a new category of mobile devices that aims to \"discover new ways to interact with mobile devices and challenge established usage standards.\" It is within this framework that the recently presented Wing model was created, which provides \"a completely new and different form and experience that would be impossible to create with conventional smartphones, more specifically a structure based on two screens, one of which rotates 90 degrees, opening users the way to completely new functionalities.

NASA announced when it will send the first drone to Titan, Saturn's moon

Exploration rovers are slowly but surely becoming a thing of the past. Their place will be taken by advanced drones, which will search for traces of life on foreign planets and their unusual moons much faster, cheaper and safer. The first ever test of such a device in extraterrestrial conditions will take place early next year on the surface of Mars.

The Chinese believe that this strange flying vehicle will replace cars

The Chinese company Xpeng unveiled Kiwigogo, a flying taxi that is to enable fast and cheap travel in metropolises. The machine looks very unusual, but its shape is the result of achieving the greatest practicality in its use. Why is this weird Xpeng idea likely to get popular quickly? Because Alibaba is behind the entire project and has invested millions of dollars on it. The air vehicle can take two people on board and transport them up to a distance of 40 kilometers at an altitude of 25 meters.

Kickstarter enters Poland, crowdfunding finally in PLN

Kickstarter is a crowdfunding platform that helps independent creators reach their audiences by providing the tools and campaigns they need. New technologies, home furnishings, video games, board games, movies, fashion, art, food ... we are probably limited only by our imagination, because we have already seen collections from various categories that have been a huge success. Kickstarter started in April 2009 with the mission of "helping to bring creative projects to life" and as of December 2019, it collected a total of USD 4.6 billion in its campaigns, which came from 17.2 million supporters and funded 445 thousand projects.

New restrictions in Poland in connection with CoVID-19. Check them out on the new infographics

Check out the latest infographics that this time will help you find out about the new restrictions related to the fight against the CoVID-19 pandemic in our country. Take a look at them and take to heart the valuable information that comes from them. All of them were created so that you could better protect yourself, but also your relatives and friends against CoVID-19 disease.

533 km / h on a public road, the fastest hypercar in the world

The attempt to break the unofficial Chiron record from more than a year ago took place on the public road Nevada State Route 160, which runs through the state of Nevada in the USA. The event aroused great interest among travelers on this road, as traffic was suspended for a moment. Tuatara accelerated there to a dizzying speed of 532.93 km / h. After averaging, the new record was 508.73 km / h and will be remembered in automotive history.

Space debris is a huge threat, Poland will help to remove it quickly

It is in the context of such events that the European Space Agency decided to create the Space Situational Awareness program, which for 10 years has indicated the need for careful monitoring of what is happening in space. Some time ago, however, it turned out that the amount of information necessary for processing is so large and the challenges are so serious that they require additional actions. This is how an initiative called Space Safety was created, which expands the activity of its predecessor, because it not only monitors the situation of space debris, but also implements the necessary countermeasures.