Endof 2018 has added new inventions and innovations. This year
will be invaluable for some important discovery. Our organizational
arrangements here with these important discoveries and inventions of the year
2018.  Let’s see the progress of science
in 2018.
January 3 2018: Scientists in Rome unveiled the first bionic
hand touching feeling.
Bionic Hand
January 5 2018: In a photo taken by Curiosity Rover, NASA
researchers find some strange stones. Those who investigated might know that
there was no fertility in Mars.
Figure:Strange Stone byCuriosity Rover.
MIT scientists designed a computer chip that used artificial synopsis. That is, it can work like a human brain.
5 February 2018: Researchers find a new type of water called "super-natural water" which cannot be found on the planet, but Uranus or Neptune may have large amounts of electricity.
On February 6 2018:  America-based private rocket launcher owned by Elon Mask successfully launches Falcon-9, the most powerful rocket in space-X history. It's the biggest and strongest rocket in the era. It weighs five and a half kilos and measures 70 meters high.
Rocket Falcon-9.
February 16 2018: Scientists discover a new type of light that can help to create a quantum computer.
5 March 2018: Google publishes a
Quantum Computer Chip named “Briston” . It is the most powerful
computer chip ever made, which has a capacity of 72 cubits (Quantum Bit).
April 18: NASA launches its TESS
Satellite, the world’s largest space research agency, whose job is to survey
the planets surrounding the other stars outside of the solar system.

May 5  2012: NASA’s InSight Lander launches. It will
land on Mars and see if there is water on Mars surface. At the same time it
will be the only rover that can dig into the depth of 5 meters of Mars.
Figure:Inside Lander Of NASA.

May 14 2018: Scientists
published a research paper based on the information received from the Galileo
Space probe. Which proves that Jupiter’s planet likely to have water on Europa
satellites. Note that the Galileo Space probe was launched in 1995 and
continued to work until

June 1 12018: NASA targets the presence of a huge dust storm on Mars,
which can later damage the research done on the surface of Mars. On June 20,
they reported that the storm spread to the entire planet.
June 27 018:
A space object named “Oumuamua” enters the solar system. Astronomers
speculate that this is not an asteroid. Maybe it’s a comet in the middle shape.
On the other hand, scientists at Harvard University think it may be an alien
spaceship. Further research has shown that it is not an asteroid or a comet.
Figure:Space objectOumuamua
July 2 2018:
Astronomers are able to take pictures of a newly born planet called PDS 70b.
This is the first picture of any newly born planet.
July 17 2018:
A scientific team led by Scott Shepard announced the discovery of 17 new
satellites in Jupiter. The total number of satellites on the planet is 79A
July 27 2018:The
longest lunar eclipse occurs in the 21st century.
August 16 2018:Scientists
are able to discover wheat genome after 13 years of long research.
September: Tess Satellite released the first picture of NASA.
September 21 2018:
Japan gives two landers in Ryugu Asteroid.
October 1 2018:
James P. Ellison of America and Tasuku Hanoo of Japan jointly received the
Nobel Prize in Medicine for critical research on cancer healing.
October 3 2018: Frances H. Arnold,
George P Smith of America and Gregory P Winter of England jointly won the Nobel
Prize for Chemistry.
scientists in Canada’s Cube invented the world’s fastest camera. It can take
pictures in about 10 trillion frames in seconds.
October 30 2018: NASA’s breakthrough
space satellite Kepler is declared dead.
the 10th year of life:
stars observed.
discovered the planets.
Supernova Explosives Observed.
Figure:Keplar Space Telescope.
October 11 2018:
After the Soyuz-FG rocket launch in Russia, it exploded due to mechanical
error. It was carrying two people. Fortunately, two astronauts were rescued
November 2 2018:
SpiNNaker, the world’s largest neurormic supercomputer, is officially launched
by Manchester University of England.
Figure:SpiNNakar Supercomputer
October 16 2018:
The latest book, Brief Answers To The Big Questions, is published by renowned
physicist Stephen Hawking.
October 24 2018:
North American scientists find the old Aros, an arrow flute It is believed that
this is the oldest weapon found in the world, about 13,000-15,000 thousand
years ago.
November 1 2018:
Earth BioGenome Project launches, which will study about 1.5 million genomes
for 10 years.
November 5 2018:
A UN report reveals the rapid recovery of the ozone layer of the atmosphere is
released. That’s a very happy news for us because the ozone layer protects us
from the sun’s ultraviolet rays.
November 25 2018: Chinese
scientists released news of the birth of two twins, whose gene was programmed
to prevent HIV virus. Note that HIV virus is responsible for deadly AIDS
November 26 2018:
NASA’s InSight Lander successfully landed on the Mars page. This probe will
bring a breakthrough change in the field of mangal.
Figure:Inside Lander.
December 8 2018:China
launches Change 4 Space mission. It will make the Rover land on the dark surface
of the moon. In early 2015, the robot successfully took the moon to a unique
height by landing on the moon, since no one was able to do this earlier.
December 10 2018:Voices,
released in 1977, cross the boundary of the Solar System. Six years ago, the
Voices-1 probe stepped outside the solar system.
Parker launches solar prop in 2018, which will provide important information
about the sun’s safety by surveying the sun.
Data Collection & Edited By
Jeion Ahmed

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