Local news of city Tokyo Japan
Scientists have once again proved that not only dogs show the ability to learn and train, but also cats
According to scientists, the animal was able to respond appropriately in a total of about 81.2% of cases. Of the nine trials in which the animal was shown hand movement, the cat responded with a paw movement in 77.8% of the cases, and of the seven trials in which the person rubbed its face, it responded with a similar action in 85.7% of the cases.
Japan plans to build a factory on the moon by 2035
Space agency JAXA said it intends to explore the moon using hydrogen generated by water from the mid-2030s. The water is harvested from the lunar ice deposits and used as fuel.
Note that liquid water does not exist on the lunar surface, but past research suggests that one of the craters may contain ice that has never been exposed to sunlight.
Japan intends to build an orbiting space station in cooperation with the United States. It is planned that the fuel plant at the south pole of the moon will be built by 2035.
JAXA estimates that the round trip requires 37 tons of water, but it would be cheaper to use fuel created from lunar water than to deliver water from Earth.
Yesterday, the Japanese parliament voted for the new prime minister, 71-year-old Yoshihide Suga, replaced by 65-year-old Shinzo Abe
The 99th Prime Minister of Japan in his post will first begin to form a new government, which has resigned in full.
Previously, he headed the ruling Liberal Democratic Party.
Shinzo Abe announced his resignation at the end of August, explaining that he would not be able to fully fulfill the duties of head of government due to the need for long-term medical care.
Prior to this statement, Abe was hospitalized twice a week due to worsening ulcerative colitis.
Suga is a close ally of Abe and is likely to continue the policies of his predecessor.