Studies indicate UV light can kill COVID-19 germs

Studies indicates UV light can kill COVID-19 germs

Studies indicate UV light can kill COVID-19 germs     As scientists around the world hunt for a coronavirus cure, researchers at America’s University of California in Santa Barbara say ultra violet (UV) light could be harnessed to effectively disinfect personal protective equipment (PPE) from COVID-19. UV light has been used to sterilise water and air and the researchers believe it will also kill coronavirus germs which would make it an ideal agent for disinfecting contaminated surfaces and equipment. UV HOME & WORKPLACE ESSENTIALS Queries:uv light therapy covid 19, uv…

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Earth Like life-friendly Exoplanet Found | NASA Discovers Water on K2-18b

NASA Discovers Water on K2-18b

  NASA Discovers Water on K2-18b | Super Earth in Another Solar System   Enjoyed this video? SUBSCRIBE us on YOUTUBE NASA Discovers Water on K2-18b | Super Earth in Another Solar System K2-18b is an exoplanet now being referred to as a super-Earth is about 111 light-years away. In a first for space scientists studying worlds far beyond our solar system, data from the Hubble Space Telescope have lead to the interpretation that water vapor exists in the atmosphere of an Earth-size planet. The discovery, announced in September 2019…

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Giant Asteroid Is Heading To Earth Today | NASA Warning: Collision Cannot Be Ruled Out

Giant Asteroid Is Heading To Earth Today

Giant Asteroid Is Heading To Earth Today | NASA Warning: Collision Cannot Be Ruled Out There’s a massive asteroid that could theoretically destroy life on Earth on its way to us this afternoon NASA warns. This asteroid has the capability of wiping out all life in the vicinity of the point of impact. The lethal asteroid is bigger than a two-story house, and it has been termed by NASA, Asteroid 2018 WN. The enormous space rock is anticipated to skim past our planet, and it will be making its closest…

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US & Russian Astronauts escape after emergency landing – the Soyuz rocket

US & Russian Astronauts escape after emergency landing the Soyuz rocket

US & Russian Astronauts escape after emergency landing the Soyuz rocket A Russian cosmonaut and a US astronaut were forced to make an unprecedented emergency landing after their Russian Soyuz rocket malfunctioned while it was en route to the (ISS) International Space Station. Nick Hague and Alexey Ovchinin reported a problem with the rocket’s booster soon after taking off from Kazakhstan’s Baikonur Cosmodrome. The Astronauts were forced into a “ballistic descent”, with their capsule touching ground a few 100 miles north of Baikonur. Rescuers were at the landing spot to…

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