Iran has two aluminum production plants. The state-owned IRALCO in central Iran annually produces 120,000 tons of aluminum, one-third of which is exported.
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Yellowstone National Park is in the western state of Wyoming. It is one of the most unusual places in the world. Extremely hot water shoots out of the ground in several hundred places.
The landslide followed weeks of heavy rain in the Nara region. It was caught on tape by staff from the Japanese Ministry of Land.
If it's a meteorite that fell through the sky and landed in your back garden in Britain, it could well turn out to be the latter, and this week Britons will be given a ...
Giant tsunamis, super volcanoes and earthquakes could pose a greater threat than terrorism, scientists claim.
Some two billion tons of proven iron ore reserves have so far been discovered in Iran, a senior mining sector official said Sunday, adding that systematic exploration operations conducted by ...
Seven Iranian coal miners died in a pit explosion in the northern Caspian Sea province of Mazandaran, a, Red Crescent official said on Sunday.
The pumice-strewn crater of an active volcano is the last place one might expect to see a toad, but one hopped into scientific view on a ...
Executive work of the first rock specialized town commenced in Sarbisheh city. Sarbisheh specialized town is being constructed for processing different types of rocks in ten km from Magnesium Oxide plant.
With one very busy year remaining before launch, the team preparing NASA's next mission to Mars has begun integrating and testing the spacecraft's versatile payload.
The European Space Agency's Envisat Earth observation satellite is so sensitive it can track changes on the surface of our planet that move at the pace your fingernails grow.
NASA will extend operation of the Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission (TRMM) through the end of 2004, in light of a recent request from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
An earthquake measuring 4.5 degrees on the open-ended Richter scale hit the town of Nikshahr in the southeastern province of Sistan and Baluchestan on Tuesday.
Dr. Seyed Ali Aghanabati the Geological Survey of Iran's Planning and programming Manager has written the book Gelogy of Iran . This book contains Iran geology characteristics and has 11 chapters and 568 pages.