Nour-2 (Light-2), the second homegrown satellite launched by Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Aerospace Force in March, beamed back its first images.
Iran’s Nour-2 homegrown satellite sends back first images
Head of the second Knowledge Application and Notion for Society (KANS) Competition Saeid Sohrabpour announced on Sunday that six young researchers of the Islamic world will be honored during the 2022 competition.
KANS to honor young researchers of Islamic world
The build-up of warming gases in the atmosphere rose to record levels in 2020 despite the pandemic, according to the World Meteorological Organization (WMO).
Greenhouse gas build-up reached new high in 2020: WMO
Iran’s young inventors topped the 17th Croatian International Invention Exhibition with three individual gold medals and one team silver.
Iranian young inventors top Croatian Intl. exhibition
Crisper, more flavorful and easier to eat than other cucumber varieties, the pint-sized Persian cucumber is what your summer salads and salsas have been waiting for. As the name implies, Persian cucumbers are a type of cucumber that originated in Persia (modern-day Iran). They are smaller than many other varieties, at just four to six inches long, and are prized for their thin skin and lack of seeds, both of which make them much simpler to eat, without the need for peeling or removal of pips. They are often referred to as a ‘burpless’ cucumber, because they are so easy to digest, and don’t make you burp like other cucumbers can, finedininglovers.com wrote
Persian cucumbers: Prized for being crisper, tastier than other varieties

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