What happens to artificial satellites orbiting the Earth, and how does General Relativity affect orbits and movement of satellites? Scientists from the Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences and ESA explain.
How has belief in individual COVID-19 conspiracy theories changed during the pandemic? Who was more inclined to observe the restrictions? How does the approach to the pandemic differ in different age groups? Psychologists from the University of Warsaw have now presented their results in a joint publication 'COVID-19 pandemic in Poland. Psychological perspective’.
Whether a volcanic eruption is violent with high dust emissions, or quiet depends, among other things, on the composition of the melt (molten rock) which then forms the lava. It also depends on additional factors such as whether magma comes into contact with water on its way, says geologist Professor Ewa Słaby, director of the Institute of Geological Sciences of the Polish Academy of Sciences and president of the European Mineralogical Union.