Language: French

La gloire de la nuit … Maldives
Les plages des Maldives ressemblent parfaitement à un ciel étoilé la nuit. Ces points lumineux sont causés par des millions d’organismes microscopiques (planctons) appelés phytoplancton bioluminescent ou polyèdre de Lingulodinium. Les plages telles que Vaadhoo ont ce type de vue nocturne qui est très brillante, incroyable, excellente et agréable à regarder. Celles-ci s’appellent également la plage stary. La vie nocturne aux Maldives est modeste. Vous devez essayer ceci.

Language: German

Die Nachtruhm … Malediven
Die Strände auf den Malediven sehen nachts perfekt aus wie ein Sternenhimmel. Diese glitzernden Lichtpunkte werden von Millionen mikroskopisch kleiner Organismen (Plankton) verursacht, die als biolumineszierendes Phytoplankton oder Lingulodinium polyedrum bezeichnet werden. Strände wie Vaadhoo haben eine solche Art von Nachtsicht, die sehr glänzend, erstaunlich, exzellent und angenehm anzusehen ist. Diese werden auch Stary Beach genannt. Das Nachtleben auf den Malediven ist bescheiden. Sie müssen dies versuchen.

Language: Spanish

The Night Glory … Maldivas
Las playas de Maldivas se ven perfectamente como un cielo nocturno estrellado durante la noche. Estos puntos brillantes de luz son causados por millones de organismos microscópicos (plancton) llamados fitoplancton bioluminiscente, o Lingulodinium polyedrum, de forma estricta. Playas como Vaadhoo tienen ese tipo de vista nocturna que es muy brillante, increíble, excelente y agradable a la vista. Estos también se llaman la playa stary. La vida nocturna en Maldivas es modesta. Debes probar esto.

Language: Hindi

द नाइट ग्लोरी … मालदीव
मालदीव के समुद्र तट रात के समय में पूरी तरह से तारों से भरे आसमान की तरह दिखते हैं। प्रकाश के ये चमकने वाले बिंदु लाखों सूक्ष्म जीवों (प्लवक) के कारण होते हैं जिन्हें बायोल्यूमिनेसेंट फाइटोप्लांकटन, या लिंगुलोडिनियम पॉलीड्रम स्किनटिफ़िक कहते हैं। वाधू जैसे समुद्र तटों में इस तरह के रात्रि दर्शन होते हैं जो देखने में बहुत चमकदार, अद्भुत, उत्कृष्ट और सुखद होते हैं। इन्हें स्टारी बीच भी कहा जाता है। मालदीव में नाइटलाइफ़ मामूली है। आपको यह कोशिश करनी चाहिए।

Language: Chinese

马尔代夫的海滩在夜间看起来就像一个繁星点点的夜空。 这些令人眼花缭乱的光点是由数百万微生物(浮游生物)引起的,这些微生物被称为生物发光浮游植物,或称为灵丹多甙。 像Vaadhoo这样的海滩有这样的夜景,非常闪亮,令人惊叹,非常好看,令人赏心悦目。 这些也被称为stary海滩。 马尔代夫的夜生活很温和。 你必须试试这个。

Language: Japnese

モルディブのビーチは夜の星空のように完璧に見えます。 これらの光の点は、生物発光性植物プランクトン、またはLingulodinium polyedrumと呼ばれる数百万の微小生物(プランクトン)によってシンチフィックに引き起こされます。 Vaadhooなどのビーチには、非常に光沢があり、驚くほど、見事な、素晴らしい夜景があります。 これらはスタービーチとも呼ばれます。 モルディブのナイトライフは控えめです。 これを試してください。

Language: Italian

The Night Glory … Maldive
Le spiagge delle Maldive sembrano perfettamente un cielo notturno stellato di notte. Questi punti di luce scintillanti sono causati da milioni di microrganismi microscopici (plancton) chiamati fitoplancton bioluminescente, o poliedro di lingulodinio scintificamente. Spiagge come Vaadhoo godono di un panorama notturno molto brillante, sorprendente, eccellente e piacevole da vedere. Questi sono anche chiamati la spiaggia stary. La vita notturna alle Maldive è modesta. Devi provare questo.

Language: Russian

Ночная слава … Мальдивы
Пляжи на Мальдивах в ночное время выглядят как звездное ночное небо. Эти сверкающие точки света вызваны с научной точки зрения миллионами микроскопических организмов (планктонов), называемых биолюминесцентным фитопланктоном, или Lingulodinium polyedrum. Пляжи, такие как Ваадху, имеют вид ночного вида, который очень блестящий, удивительный, отличный и приятный на вид. Их также называют старым пляжем. Ночная жизнь на Мальдивах скромная. Вы должны попробовать это.

Language: Portugese

A glória da noite … Maldivas
As praias das Maldivas parecem perfeitamente um céu noturno estrelado durante a noite. Estes pontos brilhantes de luz são causados por milhões de organismos microscópicos (plânctons) chamados fitoplâncton bioluminescente ou poliedro de Lingulodinium cintilantemente. Praias como Vaadhoo têm esse tipo de visão noturna que é muito brilhante, incrível, excelente e agradável de se olhar. Estes também são chamados de praia stary. A vida noturna nas Maldivas é modesta. Você deve tentar isso.


The Night Glory…Maldives

The beaches at Maldives look perfectly like a starry night sky at night time. These glisenting dots of light are caused by millions of microscopic organisms (planktons) called bioluminescent phytoplankton, or Lingulodinium polyedrum scintifically. Beaches such as Vaadhoo have such type of night view which is very shiny, amazing, excellent and pleasant to look at. These are also called the stary beach. The Nightlife at Maldives is modest. You must try this.

The Dead Sea

It’s true that people don’t drown in the water of Dead Sea. This is all because of the water of Dead Sea has has high salt content in it. This stops swimmer from sinking and enables them for floating. Many people say that its not true because they trip and fall. Higher organisms such as fish cannot live in this water but micro-organisms or bacteria like algae ca live in this water. Its difficult to swim here as people float. Dead Sea is around 306 m deep. The high salinity in water increases its density with turns water little oily and objects more buoyant.

Witchcraft and Wizardry

We have authors who write a lot of novels or stories on witchcraft and wizarding. Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts are novels based on witchcraft and Wizardry. These books aer written by a famous author J. K Rowling. Joanne Rowling is her real name. Many children and students like novels and stories based on the category. I too love these type of books. Most of these novels and stories are based on Magical situations such as defeating someone from whome all people in the wizarding world are scared. The people wizarding world are known to every thing that the muggles (people of the real world and do not knoe any magic ) do but muggles do not know anythin about the magical world. The don,t even know that magic and such a magical world exists. I recomend you to read such novels and stories. They are really very intresting and adventerous to read.

The Magical school of witchceaft and wizardry: Hogwarts

The Red Planet


The goal of the Mars Exploration Program is to explore Mars and to provide a continuous flow of scientific information and discovery through a carefully selected series of robotic orbiters, landers and mobile laboratories interconnected by a high-bandwidth Mars/Earth communications network.


Todays weather – High: -28’C Low: -79’C ; Sunrise: 6:09 AM, Sunset: 5:56 PM ; Season: Spring.

One year on Earth is equal to 365 days, but one year on mars is equal to 687 days. Higest mountain on Earth is MAUNA KEA (6.34 miles aprox.) and higest mountain on Mars is Olympus Mons (16 miles aprox).

We know a lot about Mars from data collected by telescopes and spacecraft as well as by examining meteorites that have come from Mars. Most of the meteorites from Mars are igneous rocks known as basalt. The oldest Mars meteorite is ALH84001, which is 4.1 billion years old. It is a rock type known as an orthopyroxenite. It also has minerals that formed by reactions between the original material and water that formed 3.9 billion years ago. The oldest known minerals from Mars are 4.4 billion-year-old zircons from a  2.1 billion-year-old meteorite (NWA 7034) found in Northwest and its pairings, which are analogous to the ancient Jack Hills zircons on Earth. The youngest known rocks from Mars are basaltic meteorites, rocks known as shergottites, the youngest of which are about 180 million years old.

Rocks and Minerals

On Mars and in meteorites from Mars, we see a variety of rock types: igneous basalt, sedimentary sandstone, mudstone, impactites, evaporites. These rocks are composed of minerals such as olivine, pyroxene, amphiboles, feldspar, carbonates, sulfates (jarosite, gypsum), silica, phyllosilicates, phosphates, and iron oxides (hematite).

Surface Features

We also see a variety of familiar landforms, like wind-formed dunes. Other kinds of sedimentary deposits are present as well, known by names such as Transverse Aeolian Ridges (or TARs) and Polar Layered Deposits (PLDs). One of the more intriguing features found on Mars is known as Recurring Slope Lineae (RSL). These features appear and fade in gullies and crater walls as the seasons and temperatures change on Mars. One theory suggests the dark streaks may be made by very salty, liquid water seeping to the surface and quickly evaporating.

Some familiar places on Earth are often used by scientists as analogs for the kinds of environments that exist on Mars. Examples include Iceland (the basalt rocks in Iceland contain more iron, like the basalts on Mars do, and Iceland has volcanoes that erupt into glaciers), Antarctica (which, like Mars is very cold and dry), the Atacama Desert in Chile (where it is very dry with similar rocks), Arizona (which has basaltic volcanism on eroded, stratified rock sequences), and Hawaii (made up of large basaltic shield volcanoes like Olympus Mons on Mars).

Mars and Earth

Geologically, Mars and Earth share a lot of common traits, and they are both known as terrestrial (or rocky) planets. The majority of the rocks at the surface of both planets are of the igneous variety, known as basalt (although on Earth most of this makes up the ocean floor). The layers that make up both planets are also similar: Like Earth, Mars has an atmosphere, crust, mantle, and a core. The rocky layers are similar in composition. In fact, all of the rocks and  all of the minerals identified on Mars to date are also found on Earth. Like Earth, Mars has four seasons and weather. Mars has two moons, Phobos and Deimos.

Of course, there are a lot of ways that the two planets are different too.

Mars is smaller, has no active plate tectonics and no currently active global magnetic field. Liquid water is generally not stable on Mars, so there currently are no standing bodies of water (rivers, lakes or seas) and the atmosphere is very thin and composed mostly of carbon dioxide. Mars has more craters still scarring its surface than Earth (where, because of plate tectonics and weathering, lots of the surface is changed over time).

Martian Moons

Mars has two small moons: Phobos and Deimos. Phobos (fear) and Deimos (panic) were named after the horses that pulled the chariot of the Greek war god Ares, the counterpart to the Roman war god Mars. Both Phobos and Deimos were discovered in 1877 by American astronomer Asaph Hall. The moons appear to have surface materials similar to many asteroids in the outer asteroid belt, which leads most scientists to believe that Phobos and Deimos are captured asteroids.


Mars is no place for the faint-hearted. Arid, rocky, cold and apparently lifeless, the Red Planet offers few hospitalities. Fans of extreme sports can rejoice, however, for the Red Planet will challenge even the hardiest souls among us. Home to the largest volcano in the solar system, the deepest canyon and crazy weather and temperature patterns, Mars looms as the ultimate lonely planet destination.

Mars in the Night Sky

Like all the planets in our solar system, Earth and Mars orbit the sun. But Earth is closer to the sun, and therefore races along its orbit more quickly. Earth makes two trips around the sun in about the same amount of time that Mars takes to make one trip. So sometimes the two planets are on opposite sides of the sun, very far apart, and other times, Earth catches up with its neighbor and passes relatively close to it.



Tesla’s “Model S”

Tesla’s new Model S is built from ground up as an eletric vehicle. It has high impact protection. This can get you anywhere you want to go, with industry-leading range and convenient charging options, all over the world. This also has an autopilot advanced safety feature. It is built with best in class storage, seating for five adults and an expencive 17-inh touchscreen. The standard Glass Roof provides a spacious interior experience for every passenger. It has a range of 370 miles.

ROVERS ON MARS “The First Life one another planet”

Mars rover is nothing but is a motar vehical that travels across the surface of the planet Mars upon arrival. Before humans go to mars for a new start, space centers of Eart have sent a Rover to check if its safe or not. There have been four successful robotically operated Mars rovers. They are contralled by humans from earth.