Science NASA releases video imagining a landing on Pluto
Author: 0 NASA releases video imagining a landing on Pluto

The scientist of NASA had also interpolated some of the black and white frames of the same and is making the viewers know in details about how the Pluto looks like with its moot and seamless efforts. The New Horizons mission was launched on January 19, 2006 to conduct a flyby mission to explore Pluto and other celestial bodies present in the Kuiper belt.

Science These states would get hurt most in a Trump trade war
Author: 0 These states would get hurt most in a Trump trade war

Federal ministers gathering for a two-day cabinet retreat were working hard to play down concerns Monday that the newly installed Trump administration could hurt Canada's economy and undermine efforts on climate change. "We are going to start renegotiating on NAFTA, on immigration and on security at the border". This category is available to nationals of many countries with relevant treaties with the United States and requires substantial trade or investment in the United States.

Author: 0 United Kingdom missile test failure "covered up" by government

After an intense debate within the Labour Party about its stance on nuclear weapons at the party conference, MPs voted overwhelmingly to renew the £40bn ($50bn) Trident nuclear programme in July. She tweeted : "There should be full disclosure of what happened, who knew what/when, and why the House of Commons wasn't told ". But a Ministry of Defence spokesperson told Sky News: "The capability and effectiveness of the Trident missile, should we ever need to employ it, is unquestionable".

Science Is Wolf 1061c exoplanet next Earth?
Author: 0 Is Wolf 1061c exoplanet next Earth?

There are three so-called super-Earths in the system, including Wolf 1061c, which orbits in the habitable zone where the temperature is such that liquid water, and therefore life as we know it, could exist. A solar system this close, Professor Kane explained , "presents an opportunity for direct imaging of the planet". Scientists have been making efforts to find out if life thrives in any planet other than our Earth.

Science Too Much Sitting Ages You Faster
Author: 0 Too Much Sitting Ages You Faster

They found that those who did little exercise and spent ten hours of the day in a chair had cells that were biologically much older: they had shorter telomeres, the tiny caps found on the ends of strands of DNA that have been likened to the plastic tips on shoelaces.

Author: 0 Britney Spears opens up about 'funny' boyfriend Sam Asghari

Since meeting each other late previous year on the set of the singer's steamy "Slumber Party" music video with fellow vocalist Tinashe (of "Superlove" fame), the twosome have seemed to become pretty inseparable, with cute pictures of Spears and Sam popping up on the performer's social media accounts quite often.

Author: 0 Stocks Climb as Trump Inauguration Kicks Off

About 15 minutes into trading, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 0.4 percent at 19,805.28. But the day belonged to Republican Trump, who pledged in his speech to put "America First" and protect the country's borders "from the ravages of other countries making our products, stealing our companies, and destroying our jobs".

Science President Trump Initiates Standing Ovation for Hillary Clinton
Author: 0 President Trump Initiates Standing Ovation for Hillary Clinton

Trump and Clinton had previously shaken hands at the beginning of the event. Donald Trump will be officially sworn in as President of the United States today, having gained almost three million fewer votes than his opponent. The former first lady wasn't the only target during the campaign. For her part, Hillary Clinton branded Trump temperamentally unfit and too risky to be president, spending millions of dollars in negative advertising.

Science Trump suspends mortgage rule created to help first-time homebuyers
Author: 0 Trump suspends mortgage rule created to help first-time homebuyers

The order will have the immediate effect of increasing the amount that most non-wealthy homeowners must contribute to the Federal Housing Authority's insurance program. The order will affect millions of homeowners with an FHA-backed mortgage. But on Friday, HUD, which administers the program, said the reduction was " suspended indefinitely ".

Author: 0 New study makes shocking prediction about primate extinction

About 94 per cent of the lemur species in the world are endangered, especially in Madagascar, which is one of hardest-hit places for primate population loss. There are only about 14,000 Sumatran orangutans left in the world. He said: "Addressing local poverty and easing population growth is a necessary component of primate conservation".

Author: 0 Global Warming Drives Record Heat For Third Straight Year

First place for the warmest goes to 2015. That data set dates back still farther, to 1850. Weather, while related to climate, is affected by regional and local conditions. " We don't expect record years every year, but the ongoing long-term warming trend is clear ", said Nasa's Goddard Institute for Space Studies , Director Gavin Schmidt.

Science Was The Hottest Year On Record, NASA, NOAA and WMO Confirm
Author: 0 Was The Hottest Year On Record, NASA, NOAA and WMO Confirm

According to the NASA data , temperatures in the Arctic averaged as much as 4 degrees Celsius higher than normal, by far the biggest change recorded across the globe. A year ago was 0.07C hotter than the previous record set in 2015. That might not sound like a lot, but on a global scale that's a huge shift. Such natural contributors as El Nino and La Nina were also responsible for the extra warming.

Author: 0 The Key Figures To Watch From Tesla Motors, Inc. (NASDAQ:TSLA) Earnings

Monitoring recent stock trading activity, the stock price has reached $243.76. The current share price indicates that stock is -9.50% away from its one year high and is moving 72.82% ahead of its one year low. The analysts estimated EPS for the higher end at 0.31 and lower end at -1.33 while the year ago reported earnings per share was 0.83. During last 3 month it remained at 22.89%.

Author: 0 The Inauguration Crowd Really Wasn't Digging Chuck Schumer's Speech

He also insisted that Democrats were not being obstructionists or "dilatory", which is why he said his party would back quick action on Defense Secretary nominee Gen. Mike Pompeo. The lone Democratic speaker in the ceremony then warned of "a rapidly changing economy. a fractured media. and threats, foreign and domestic".

Science EU antitrust regulators welcome Amazon, Apple audiobook deal
Author: 0 EU antitrust regulators welcome Amazon, Apple audiobook deal

Audible is the world's largest seller and producer of downloadable audiobooks and other spoken-word content, originally founded in 1995 and later sold to Amazon in 2008; the original Apple/Audible deal signed in 2003 predates the acquisition of Audible by Amazon.

Science Kanpur derailment: How the suspected ISI link emerged from a murder investigation
Author: 0 Kanpur derailment: How the suspected ISI link emerged from a murder investigation

On October 1, a powerful Improvised Explosive Device (IED) was detected on the railway track in Ghorasahan, in East Champaran district, and it was safely defused by the police. Intelligence sources said they were also investigating the possibility of some more terror modules across the country who may try to target the rail network at ISI's behest.

Author: 0 Officially Declared Hottest Year on Record

January through August were each the warmest month on record, according to NOAA . In 2016, the region recorded mean temperatures that were 3 °C higher than the global mean. As that's an event that only occurs once every few years (and has now concluded), it is unlikely that we're on track for another record-breaking year in 2017.

Author: 0 Dozens of whales dead in south Florida

As of Monday, they discovered a total of 95 false killer whales . The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said that reports of the stranded mammals first came in on Saturday afternoon but rescue efforts by multiple agencies throughout the weekend were unsuccessful.

Author: 0 Crystal Palace: Allardyce calls for Palace unity

It's not just the defence, it's everyone. The cult classic British hit TV show "The Crystal Maze" is being brought back for a new 20-episode series by Channel 4, but the team challenge program is not the most hard Crystal Maze to solve in 2017.

Author: 0 Galaxy S8 S Health app tipped with doctor scheduling feature

Another day, another Galaxy S8 rumor. Samsung will reportedly launch their flagship in April, but there are already many rumors and leaks suggesting what should we expect from the Galaxy S8. At this time, Reuters' report only claims that Samsung will soon put most of the blame on faulty batteries. Talk of a Samsung-made personal assistant, such as Siri, has also surfaced throughout the internet.

Science BT starts Call Protect service to block unwanted calls
Author: 0 BT starts Call Protect service to block unwanted calls

The survey also revealed that more than one in four people are anxious about the impact of nuisance calls on their parents or grandparents, as they are concerned about them possibly being conned. It is illegal for companies to call numbers registered with the TPS without prior permission. The government has given its backing to the scheme, with Matt Hancock, minister of State for Digital and Culture welcoming the move by BT.

Author: 0 Last man to walk on moon, Gene Cernan, dies

Also noteworthy about that mission was how Schmitt and Cernan became the next-to-last and the last people respectively to leave their footprints on the lunar surface. Though he wasn't the first to reach the moon, Cernan was pivotal in getting humans there. Cernan traveled to the moon three different times. Ronald Evans was also on board Apollo 17, but stay at the command module.

Science Japan aborts mini-rocket mission shortly after liftoff
Author: 0 Japan aborts mini-rocket mission shortly after liftoff

On the other hand small satellites such as TRICOM-1 are most frequently launched into space and they are mostly launched alone. The first stage got well, but the second stagefailed due to communications system. The rocket, designed with help from Canon Electronics and using parts from various consumer electronics devices such as mobile phones, was carrying a small 3-kg (6.6 lb) satellite built by the University of Tokyo that's created to take high-quality images of Earth.

Author: 0 SpaceX launches Iridium NEXT satellites

Iridium plans six more Falcon 9 launches, each carrying 10 satellites, as part of a technology upgrade expected to be completed in 2018. Ten minutes after the rocket took off, its first stage booster unit was jettisoned and safely recovered in the upright position on a so-called "droneship" in the Pacific.

Author: 0 Japanese ship caught with illegally-slaughtered whale aboard

After five weeks of searching the Southern Ocean, a ship from the nonprofit Sea Shepherd Conservation Society has located the Japanese factory whaling vessel in the Australian Whale Sanctuary with a dead minke whale on its deck. Frydenberg maintained that Australia was "opposed to all forms of commercial and so-called "scientific" whaling". "The Australian people want action, and in the absence of that they're left with Sea Shepherd but it shouldn't be left up to us", he said.

Science Microsoft buys Canadian AI research firm Maluuba
Author: 0 Microsoft buys Canadian AI research firm Maluuba

It's the latest of Microsoft's moves into AI, which is heating up as a competitive area among computing giants. Microsoft announced that it acquired Maluuba . Maluuba's language understanding technology, modeled after how humans incorporate memory, reasoning, decision making and common sense into their thought processes, caught the tech titan's eye, Shum said.

Science Mother-daughter conflict may cause menopause in killer whales
Author: 0 Mother-daughter conflict may cause menopause in killer whales

Killer whales are matriarchal and the life span of a female killer whale is around a century. The evolution of menopause may be linked to eliminating mother-daughter competition. "It's great that our theoretical predictions, made seven years ago, turned out to be correct". We have captured a key piece of the puzzle of postreproductive life.

Science 'Star Wars gibbon' is new primate species
Author: 0 'Star Wars gibbon' is new primate species

Star Wars fandom rages on, even in the biological community, as a newly discovered species of gibbon has been named after Star Wars' central character, Luke Skywalker . The primate joins two other species in the genus of hoolock gibbons: the western ( Hoolock hoolock) and eastern hoolock ( H. leuconedys ) gibbons, which are geographically separated by the Chindwin River.

Science SC refuses to allow Jallikattu
Author: 0 SC refuses to allow Jallikattu

The Animal Welfare Board of India (AWBI) filed a case in the Supreme Court of India for an outright ban on jallikattu, citing the cruelty to animals and threat to public safety. Referring to his party's 3 January protest in Madurai urging the state and Central governments to take immediate steps to conduct Jallikattu, Stalin said, "Still both the governments did not give importance to this issue.

Author: 0 Galaxy S8 Most Likely Not The Phone in Samsung Display Videos

The phone in the videos could be a generic Samsung prototype that resembles the Galaxy S8 in some respects, but it could also be a very early prototype of the next flagship. Without the home button, that will make the fingerprint scanner to be embedded into the glass display, according to PocketNow . Some of you may have tried the update on your phones already but as part of the Galaxy Beta Program which ended last December 30.

Author: 0 New seadragon species makes first appearance; filmed in deep waters!

Researchers captured roughly 30 minutes of video. Marine Biodiversity Records has been launched in response to the changing marine and coastal environment and an increasing demand for the documentation of marine organisms in locations where they have not formerly been recorded, as well as of species loss from habitats.

Science HTC Ocean Note: New Android Flagship Poised For Launch In Q1
Author: 0 HTC Ocean Note: New Android Flagship Poised For Launch In Q1

Internal storage: The Ultra ships with 64GB internal storage while the U Play has 32GB and 64GB options. The device features a 12 megapixel rear camera with a f/1.8 aperture and it comes with phase detection and laser auto focus. It is powered by MediaTek Helio 64-bit octa-core processor with 3GB/4GB RAM and 32GB/64GB internal memory options. It is powered by a 3000mAh battery with Quick Charge 3.0.