Scientists hope to study the worlds oceans as well as the atmosphere

Global Experiment "Argo" in 10-15 years will allow meteorologists to study the world's oceans as well as the atmosphere, the head of the Russian Hydrometeorological Center Roman Vilfand.

The system of "Argo" is a network of three thousand robotic probes launched into the water of the oceans. Probes periodically sink to the desired depth and float, then transmitting the collected data on salinity and water temperature on the passed way satellites. The main network was launched in 2007.

"As a result of this experiment, I think that in 15 years, maybe 10 … we know about the ocean as much

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Martin Polak of Belarus: The European Terra Incognita

Society The famous Austrian writer, journalist and translator Martin Pollack, immortalized in this year's International Leipzig Book Award for European Understanding, called on Europeans to stop ignoring Belarus and treats her with indifference.

"Belarus — is Terra Incognita, a white spot on the map in our heads — writes Martin Polak. — This is shameful and inexcusable. Maybe it's because of Belarus — a dictatorship, the last dictatorship in Europe, and feel it is unpleasant and uncomfortable? What it is a shame for our democratic, progressive continent, which is better to remain silent like?

Probably. Critics have called

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