Aurora borealis, a phenomenon that can only be observed rarely in the sky of our country, was shining all over Hungary yesterday evening.
Katalin Karikó and Drew Weissman received the 2023 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for the development of mRNA-based vaccine technology, which was successfully used in the fight against the covid epidemic.
Éva Fahidi died on September 11th at the age of 97. She recently gave a lecture about her tumultuous life in Debrecen.
At least until the middle of next week, we can expect, particularly warm weather, and although weak fronts may arrive over Hungary on individual days, these will only temporarily moderate the heat. From Friday, drier and warmer airwaves will arrive again, so another heat wave is expected from Sunday.
The Minister of Justice Judit Varga resigns, Magyar Nemzet has reported. On Tuesday, the governing party newspaper reported that the Justice Minister would lead the Fidesz-KDNP European Parliament list in 2024.
A temporary traffic order will be introduced on the main Záhony railway line between Debrecen and Nyíregyháza from early Monday, Mávinform reported late Sunday evening.
On Wednesday, mainly young people demonstrated in Budapest against the planned status law for teachers.
The “starfall” of the Éta Aquarids will reach its peak on May 5th-6th, writes EarthSky. The maximum falls during the full moon this year, which can make it difficult to detect light phenomena. It is worth choosing the hours before dawn for observation.
Taking into account the latest long-term forecasts – of course this should not be taken for granted – it appears that warmer than average weather is likely this summer, but there is less chance of drastic heat waves like last year, meteorologist András Vaszkó reported on RTL.
Ineke Ruiter Dutch art therapist has just published her new book with the title Book of Symbols. On 27th April, she presented her book in Debrecen, and we asked her a few questions.