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1894 in science

21 Mar 23:00 GMT – Syzygy: mercury transits the Sun as seen from Venus, and mercury and Venus simultaneously transit the Sun as seen from Saturn.

                                               

1900 in science

July 2 – the first flight of the LZ1 is hard airship, designed by Ferdinand von Zeppelin. Page 3 October – the Wright brothers begin their first manned experimental flight in a glider at kitty hawk, North Carolina.

                                               

1902 in science

Auguste Verneuil develops a process Vernale for the production of synthetic rubies. Hermann Emil Fischer and Joseph von Mering, discovered that Barbital barbitone or veronal-effective hypnotic agent. It becomes the first commercially marketed bar ...

                                               

1903 in science

27 June – 19-year-old American socialite Aida de Acosta becomes the first woman to fly a plane with engine solo when she pilots Santos-Dumonts motorized dirigible, "No. 9", from Paris to château de bagatelle in France. December 17 – the first doc ...

                                               

1906 in science

Michael Color name chromatography method for organic mixture separation in the course of demonstrating that chlorophyll is not a single chemical compound. Charles Barkla discovers that each element has a characteristic x-ray and that the degree o ...

                                               

1911 in science

July 7 – the US, Russia, the UK and Japan at a meeting in Washington, D.C., a sign the North Pacific seal Convention of 1911 banning open-water hunting of endangered sea lions in the Northern Pacific, the first international Treaty in the field o ...

                                               

1912 in science

December 6 – the bust of Nefertiti at Amarna in Egypt at the East German company Deutsche Orient-Gesellschaft – dog, under the leadership of German archaeologist Ludwig borchardt.

                                               

1917 in science

Nuclear fission: Ernest Rutherford at the Victoria University of Manchester achieves nuclear transmutation of nitrogen into oxygen, using alpha particles directed at nitrogen 14 N α → 17 O P the first observation of nuclear reaction in which it a ...

                                               

1918 in science

June 8 – Nova Aquila, brightest seen since 1604, was discovered. Heber Curtis detects the relativistic jet of matter emerging from the elliptical galaxy M87. Harlow Shapley shows that globular clusters are arranged in an spheroid or Halo whose ce ...

                                               

1931 in science

Harold Urey and partners at Columbia University indicate the existence of heavy water. Erich Huckel offers Huckels rule, which explains when a flat ring molecule will have aromatic properties.

                                               

1945 in science

Dorothy Hodgkin, and H. C. Harry Carlisle to publish the first three-dimensional molecular structure of the steroid, the iodide-transferring the esters of cholesterol, prevent. In January also Hodgkin discovers the structure of penicillin, was no ...

                                               

1992 in science

Jun British anthropologist Robin Dunbar Dunbars number the offers approximately 150 as the cognitive limit to the number of people with whom interpersonal relationships can be maintained in human societies.

                                               

2003 in science

2003 was an interesting new scientific discoveries and technological progress breakthroughs in many scientific fields. Some of the highlights of 2003, which will be discussed below, include: anthropological discovery of 350.000 year old footprint ...

                                               

2008 in science

10 November – the Martin jetpack flies for 46 seconds, 13 seconds longer than any previous jetpack. November 20 – the Conficker computer worm first discovered. November 1 – bitcoin was first proposed in newsletters, posted on the cryptography mai ...

                                               

2011 in science

The year 2011 involved many significant scientific events, including the first artificial organ transplant, the launch of Chinas first space station and the growth of the world population to seven billion. The year saw a total of 78 successful or ...

                                               

Television

TV, sometimes abbreviated to TV or telly, telecommunications used to transmit moving images in black and white or in color, and in two or three dimensions and sound. This term can refer to television program, or television transmission medium. Te ...

                                               

Analog television

Analog television or analogue television is the original television technology that uses analog signals to transmit video and audio. In analog television broadcast, brightness, color, and sound are rapid changes in amplitude, frequency or phase o ...

                                               

Streaming television

Streaming television is the digital distribution of television content such as TV shows as streaming video through the Internet. Streaming to TV stands in contrast to a dedicated terrestrial television delivered by air systems, CATV and / or sate ...

                                               

Cable television

Cable television is system of delivering television programming to consumer via radio frequency signals transmitted via coaxial cables, or in later systems, light pulses through a fiber optic cable. This contrasts with broadcast television in whi ...

                                               

Mechanical television

Mechanical television or mechanical scan television is a television system that relies on a mechanical scanning device, for example, rotating disk with holes in it and rotating mirror to scan the scene and generate the video signal and similar me ...

                                               

Mobile television

Mobile television is television watched on a small handheld or mobile device. It includes paid services via mobile phone networks or received free-to-air via terrestrial television stations. Regular broadcast standards or special mobile format of ...

                                               

Free viewpoint television

Free viewpoint television is a system for viewing natural video, allowing the user to interactively control the viewpoint and generate new views of a dynamic scene from any 3D position. Equivalent system for a computer-simulated video is known as ...

                                               

Paranormal television

Paranormal television is a genre of reality show. Its scope includes supposedly factual investigations of paranormal phenomena rather than fictional characters in such TV series and movies as the ghosts of motley hall, Ghostbusters, Scooby-Doo an ...

                                               

High-definition television

High definition television describes television system provides an image resolution significantly higher resolution than the previous generation. The term has been used since 1936, but in modern times refers to the generation after the standard-d ...

                                               

Color television

Color television is a television transmission technology that includes information on the color image so that the image can be displayed in color on the TV. This is an improvement on the first television technology, monochrome or black-and-white ...

                                               

3D television

3D television is television that conveys depth perception to the viewer by using techniques such as stereoscopic display, Multi-display, 2D depth, or any other form of 3D display. Most modern 3D television sets use an active shutter 3D or polariz ...

                                               

Pay television

Pay-TV also known as TV subscription or premium television, subscription television services, usually provided by multi-channel television by providers, but also increasingly via digital terrestrial and streaming TV. Pay TV began in the multi-cha ...

                                               

Corporate video

Corporate video refers to any type of advertising video content created by order of the company, firm, Corporation or organization. Today, the vast majority of content for corporate videos, posted online and published in the pages of the web site ...

                                               

Artsakh Public TV

The TV in the Nagorno-Karabakh Autonomous region was established in the framework of creating local television stations in the countries of the former Soviet Union Autonomous republics and regions. The programme has been delayed due to the policy ...

                                               

Bulgarian National Television

Bulgarian national television or BNT is the public broadcaster of Bulgaria. The company was founded in 1959 and began broadcasting on December 26 of the same year. It started broadcasting in color in 1970. The headquarters of the BNTs are located ...

                                               

Magyar Televizio

Magyar Televizio or MTV is a nationwide Public television broadcasting organization in Hungary. With headquarters in Budapest, it is the oldest TV channel in Hungary today five channels: M1 high-definition M2, M3, M4 and M5 Sport. MTV is managed ...

                                               

Vietnam Television

The first television broadcast in Vietnam in 1966, when the United States created 2 channel 1-Vietnamese and 1-English in Saigon for the Republic of Vietnam. Named Viet Dài Truyền screen Vietnam television, the network operated until the fall of ...

                                               

Hromadske.TV

Gromadske.TV-online TV channel in Ukraine that started to operate on 22 November 2013. The project was announced in June 2013 by 15 journalists. It is registered as a nongovernmental organization.

                                               

Korean Central Television

Korean Central TV is the TV service operated by the Korean Central broadcasting Committee, the state broadcaster in North Korea. This is the only official source of television news for North Koreans.

                                               

Latvijas Televīzija

In Latvijas Televīzija state public television broadcaster in Latvia. The company is funded by grants from the government of Latvia about 60%, and the rest will come from television commercials. Although moving LTV to licence fee funding has long ...

                                               

Lithuanian National Radio and Television

Lithuanian national radio and television is the National public broadcasting company of Lithuania in Vilnius, the Lithuanian capital. The company broadcasts two national TV channels, international channels and high definition channels. LRT also b ...

                                               

Macedonian Radio Television

Macedonian radio television is a public broadcasting organization in Northern Macedonia. It was founded in 1993 by the General Assembly of the Republic of Macedonia. Its legally defined service is the production and broadcasting of radio and tele ...

                                               

Slow television

Slow television, or "slow TV" is the term used for the genre of "marathon" TV coverage of an ordinary event in its complete length. Its name derives both from the prolonged exposure to the air, as well as from the natural slow progress of TV prog ...

                                               

Novgorod Oblast Television

Novgorod oblast television is a television channel in the district of Novgorod oblast. The channel was created in April 2004 and registered as a mass medium, 18 April 2005.

                                               

Al Jadeed

Al jadeed / al Nasr is a Lebanese secular pan-Arab channel. Based in Beirut, it is one of the leading TV channels in Lebanon and the Levant. It was started in 1992 and closed in 1997 in connection with the Syrian intervention, then reopened in 20 ...

                                               

Telewizja Polska

TV Polska S. A. is a Polish public media. It is Polands largest television network. About one-third of income table-valued parameters come from the broadcasting licence of the receiver, while the remainder covered by state subsidies, advertising ...

                                               

Romanian Television

TV to watch Novel, better known as TVR, is the short name for Societatea de Televiziune Romanǎ, or GO! - Romanian Public television. It operates four channels: channel tvr1, TVR2, TVR3 and TVRi, along with six regional studios in Bucharest, Cluj- ...

                                               

Radio and Television of Slovakia

Radio and television of Slovakia, RTVS, or is a national public broadcasting state-funded organizations in Slovakia. It has headquarters in Bratislava and headed Jaroslav Reznik. The organization in its current form was created in 2011 after the ...

                                               

Slovenska televizia

Televízia Slovenska or STV was a state public television organization in Slovakia. It was created in 1991 in the Slovak part of the former Czechoslovak TV and was headquartered in Bratislava. It will be financed through a combination of televisio ...

                                               

Central Television

Central television may refer to: Korean Central television, the state TV channel of North Korea. Fukushima Central television stations in Japan. Central GTS / BKN television station in Australia. Center of Digital Television, TV station in Austra ...

                                               

Digital television

Digital television is the transmission of television audio-visual signals by means of digital coding, in contrast to previous analog television technology that used analog signals. During its development it was considered innovative development, ...

                                               

Czechoslovak Television

Czechoslovak television was established on 1 may 1953 in Czechoslovakia. He was known by three names during its existence: Czech: display Československa, Slovak: Československa televízia, Russian Federation-televízia Slovenska.

                                               

Česka televize

Česka screening is a public broadcaster in the Czech Republic, broadcasting six channels. It is the successor of the Czechoslovak television, was founded in 1953.

                                               

Yugoslav Radio Television

Yugoslav radio and television into a national public broadcasting system in the SFR Yugoslavia. It consisted of eight subnational radio and television broadcast centers, each with a headquarters in one of the six republics and two Autonomous prov ...

                                               

Satellite television

Satellite TV is a service that provides television programs to viewers, its broadcast from communications satellites orbiting the Earth directly to the audience. The signals are received via an outdoor parabolic antenna is often called a satellit ...

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