We have news from Microsoft as it is planning to end support for Windows 10 Mobile devices in December. “Windows 10 Mobile, version 1709 (released…
NASA’s Cassini spacecraft captures Images and sounds of big Saturn storm. So scientists analyzing data from NASA’s Cassini spacecraft now have the first-ever, up-close details of a Saturn storm that is approximately 6,200 miles (10,000 kilometers) wide, nearly as wide as Earth, and has a tail of white clouds that encircles all of Saturn.View More Saturns Powerful Storm
The pulsar is a fast-spinning neutron star with a strong magnetic field. This combination powers a lighthouse-like beam of energy, which astronomers can easily locate if the beam happens to sweep toward Earth. Australian astronomers have found the record failed in the motion of the pulsar, that is unexplainable a sharp change of speed of rotation.View More Pulsar’s Record Failure
A new photo of the moon’s huge Tycho crater taken at sunrise by NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter satellite in orbit around the moon on June 10, 2011, shows haunting dark shadows spreading out across the lunar surface.
The pitch-black patches loom behind the Tycho crater’s central peak complex, which is about 9.3 miles (15 km) wide from southeast to northwest.
Researchers from the University of Illinois created a ballpoint pen, where used silver instead of the usual ink. It lets you draw circuit diagrams on plain paper, wood or any other surface.The main advantage of such pen is the possibility of replacing expensive printers with more cheaper instrument for the letter.View More Pen Where Used Silver Instead of Ink
Project ATLAS 3D was created to study 260 galaxies, and make some much amazing things. Having use it to offset the possibility of shooting red and blue colors, astronomers were able to successfully measure the stars and give us a clear image of a rotating galaxy.The image of the great spiral we imagine how it actually looks like.View More Project ATLAS 3D for Studying Galaxies
Two telescopes in Hawaii caught the mysterious burst in the sky which occured in the wee hours of the morning on June 22, 2011, at about 3:37 a.m. local time.A white sphere blossomed in the night sky, expanding like a soap bubble and then disappearing. According to Phil Plait in the missile’s third stage motor are ports that are blown open by an explosive charge about three minutes into the launch.View More The Mysterious Burst in the Sky
Scientists have discovered the most brilliant object yet from the infancy of the cosmos, a super-bright galaxy, called ULAS J1120+0641, that is the most distant one found to date. It’s the brightest object discovered from the early universe, giving off 60 trillion times as much light as our sun.The distance to the quasar was then determined from observations made with the European Southern Observatory’s Very Large Telescope and the Gemini North Telescope.View More The Brightest Object of Early Universe
At the exhibition of 3D-technology and virtual reality company Global Wave introduced its latest development, called Pic3D. It’s a thin film for conventional LCD-monitor, which turns the screen into a full 3D-display.View More Film that makes any LCD-Display in 3D-panel
Astronomers have determined the exact distance to the object Cygnus X-1, which was the first object recognized as the black hole. Cygnus X-1or Cyg X-1 is the X-ray source in the constellation Cygnus, which opened in 1964. Astronomers have calculated the mass of the black hole in the constellation Cygnus, focusing on the characteristics of its interaction with the blue supergiant.View More Тhe Most Famous Black Hole Cygnus X-1