NASA is considering sending two astronauts on an unprecedented spacewalk to the belly of space shuttle Discovery to smooth out rough spots in the ship's heat shield, US space agency officials said.
More than 100 students from 40 countries are to participate the 28th International Bulgarian Studies Seminar kicking off Monday. In the next three weeks the participants will be able to study the language, literature, history, culture and folklore of Bul
Bulgaria born conceptual artist Christo and his wife Jeanne-Claude start work on their new project - wrapping of US President Bush ranch.
Two astronauts stepped outside the shuttle Discovery on Saturday in the first US spacewalk since 2002 and set to work testing damage-repair techniques developed after the Columbia disaster. "What a view," Japan's Soichi Noguchi said as he drifted out int
Bulgarian celebrity ladies used their bodies to form a human ribbon, a symbol of the fight against breast cancer. Pop diva Maria Ilieva, television stars Martina Vachkova, Radost Draganova, as well as popular actresses and journalists, put on pink t-shir
UK advertising watchdog has ordered drinks companies to hire uglier men for their alcohol ads in Britain, to avoid implying a link between boozing and sexual success. The unusual ruling is part of measures that the drinks industry takes to tackle binge-d
A Plovdiv band with the tasty name "Tiramisu" was picked to be the first participant in the "BG Talents" contest. Three more young Bulgarian talents will be picked to take part in the contest and they will be able to records their music and present it in
The unique Thracian treasure, discovered on Sunday in Bulgaria, was transported Tuesday to the National Historic Museum in Sofia. Archaeologists came across the grave of an ancient ruler, believed to be a Thracian king, near the village of Zlatinitsa.
Russia is developing a project for offering lunar trips at a price of USD 100 million. Russian space shuttle manufacturer Energia has presented the plans to the Federal Space Agency this week, media reported.
Bulgarian archaeologists came across a uniquely rich funeral of an ancient Thracian king.
A Bulgarian-Turkish film project won the Audience Award of the Palic Inetrnational Film festival in Serbia and Montenegro. "Stolen Eyes", directed by Bulgaria's Radoslav Spasov, is based on a story that was co-written by eminent journalist Neri Terzieva.
Europe's best gospel singer Abraham Laisina will be the special guest at the opening of the music "Praise fest" in Sofia. The 2005 Praise Fest will be under the motto "Believe in Yourself".
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