NASA Chooses a Name Ultima Thule for New Horizons’ Next Celestial Target

New Horizons is an interplanetary space probe that was launched as a part of NASA’s New Frontiers program. It is the first mission in NASA’s New Frontiers mission category, larger and more expensive than the Discovery missions. The spacecraft has already visited Pluto, the farthest world any mission has ever been to, and it will explore another celestial body on January 1, 2019. The team named it “Ultima Thule” [pronounced ultima thoo-lee”] for the Kuiper Belt object the New Horizons spacecraft which will launch at the first of January 2019.

Stephen Hawking Warnings for the Future

Stephen Hawking, cosmologist, professor, physicist, scientists and in other word “Genius”, is one of the best known and famous theoretical physicist of his time. He passed away on Wednesday at the age of 76. On the word of his family he died at his home in Cambridge. Writing his book “A Brief History of Time” published in 1988 brought him fame and glory.
Before his death the physicist predicted some warnings for the future that you should know. With the word of professor our warnings about future are the fall of asteroid, excessive population growth, threat of epidemics, nuclear or biological war and last but not list Artificial Intelligence (AI).

Google Removed 3.2 billion Bad Ads in 2017

Google indicates that it removed approximately 3.2 billion bad ads in 2017. The statistics shows that it is twice as many as in 2016. Consequently, Google threw out 320,000 ad publishers, blacklisted 90,000 websites and removed ads from 2 million pages per month. As states Google they blocked 79 million ads in their network for attempting to send people to malware-laden sites, and removed 400,000 of these unsafe sites last year. And, they removed 66 million “trick-to-click” ads as well as 48 million ads that were attempting to get users to install unwanted software.

Astronomers Discovered Galaxies Rotate Once Every Billion Years

Astronomers have found out that all galaxies rotate once every billion years, there is no difference how big they are. For thousands of decades, people have measured the time by the movement of space. We know that a spin of the Earth is a day, an orbit of the moon is about a month and an orbit of the Earth around the Sun is a year. And according to this discovery we maybe change our calendars, because astronomers have discovered that all galaxies, no matter their size, rotate once every billion years. “It’s not Swiss watch precision,” Professor Gerhardt Meurer from the International center said in a statement.

2019 Toyota RAV4 Coming Soon at NYIAS

Toyota has announced that the 2019 Toyota RAV4 will have its world debut at the 2018 New York International Auto Show(NYIAS) at the end of March. The automaker did not say any information, but there were some teaser images that show off the new shape. The 2018 New York Auto Show is scheduled from March 30 to April 8, 2018. Followed by its debut at the event, the 2019 Toyota RAV4 is likely to go on sale in the U.S. market towards the end of this year. Expected to draw inspiration from the FT-AC concept first unveiled at the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show, the new RAV4 should get a more rugged appearance. On the FT-AC concept, the aggressive RAV4 headlights meet a rugged, truck-like grille similar to the Tacoma TRD Pro.

15 New Exoplanets Are Discovered: One May Be Habitable

Today our report is dedicated exoplanets, it seems that we have some interesting news for you. Let’s find out together.
Astronomers reported that they discovered 15 new exoplanets in our solar system. The new exoplanets were found orbiting small and cool stars. It is also called red dwarf stars. Among these exoplanets, 3 were discovered to be super-Earths, which are to some extent bigger in size than our Home planet.
One of the new discovered exoplanets are called K-155 and it is around 200 light years away from Earth and is considered the brightest red dwarf stars. K2-155’s system includes three super-Earths, the super-Earth orbiting the furthest away from the star could be within its habitable zone. K2-155d had a radius that is 1.6 times larger than that of Earth. Teruyuki Hirano, the lead researcher of the new study, from the Tokyo Institute of Technology, said “In our simulations, the atmosphere and the composition of the planet were assumed to be Earth-like, and there’s no guarantee that this is the case.”

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