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O'Rourke expects that PwC will lose its Oscar gig, which started in 1935. If so, it would be more a loss of prestige than anything else, since it's a tiny part of the firm's business.

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Planet Nine deemed super-Earth hidden somewhere in Solar System is being chased by astronomers Argument is that there exists a distant super-Earth known as Planet Nine. Our Solar System may have a whole new world hidden somewhere. There is a possibility of a huge planet existing at the very edge of our Solar System. Astronomers have discovered a small object with an odd orbit in our Solar System. This strange orbit of the small object can be defined by this large planet wandering at the edge of the Solar System. This large planet or Planet Nine hypothesis, considering both evidence and consequences, has been explored in previous literatures from both dynamical and observational perspectives. The new discovery confirms a prediction which was made by astronomers Konstantin Batygin and Michael Brown. They were the first to theorise the existence of Planet Nine Apart from Planet Nine, much depends on the discovery and dynamical analysis of this small object or extreme Trans-Neptune Object (TNO) with a high orbital inclination. When researchers came across the small object having a strange orbit, they learnt the possible presence of the huge planet which maybe influencing the strange orbit of the TNO. According to the astronomers, the ninth planet may have been orbiting Sun at a great distance for a few years now. When astronomers started learning more about it in 2016, they also were trying to study many small and distant objects in our solar system all orbiting further away from Pluto. The small objects all had one thing in common; they were orbiting Sun at an easily distinguishable angle from all the planets in our solar system. When astronomers started to analyse the observations made, they suggested that the gravitational influence of another planet is changing the orbits of these distant objects. TNO OR 2015 BP519 The undiscovered Planet Nine and the newly discovered object with an odd orbit go hand in hand. The small object called called 2015 BP519, according to additional findings, maybe having this odd orbit because of Planet Nine as we mentioned above. TNO or 2015 BP519 orbits at a 54-degree angle which is not how the inner planets of our solar system orbit. Considering the dynamics in the presence of undiscovered Planet Nine, the huge object can be considered altering the orbital behaviour and evolution of 2015 BP519. In the Planet Nine paradigm, TNOs generally spend more time living in resonances than not, with relatively short periods between the attainment of resonances. In physics, resonance is a phenomenon in which a vibrating system or external force drives another system to oscillate with greater amplitude at specific frequencies. The transitions in the resonance-hopping paradigm are generally caused by close encounters with Planet Nine. These transitions may have been providing 2015 BP519 its odd orbital behaviour. A study on arXiv.org tells that with these orbital elements, 2015 BP519 is the most extreme TNO discovered to date. The study further mentions the consideration of the long term orbital stability and evolutionary behavior of 2015 BP519 within the context of the Planet Nine Hypothesis. The study found that BP519 adds to the circumstantial evidence for the existence of this proposed new member of the Solar System - Planet Nine, which is now being hunted by the astronomers. According to a Popular Mechanics report, Planet Nine is likely several times as far away as Pluto which means this huge planet is barely a dot even if we see it through our most powerful telescopes. Planet Nine is estimated to be 2-4 times the radius, and about 10 times the mass of Earth and it's most likely a gas or ice giant, such as Neptune or Jupiter.

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Be Alert !! WhatsApp ‘Text Bomb’ Bug Discovered That Can Crash Your Phone A WhatsApp “text bomb” bug has been discovered that if opened, causes the victim’s phone to slow down and then crash. WhatsApp Text Bomb (In Pic) The message, which has been shared on Reddit, looks innocent enough but hidden inside it are thousands of simple commands that are designed to overload a smartphone’s operating system. The message reads simple: “This is very Interesting! Read More”. Once a person taps on the “Read More” the phone will immediately slow down and in most cases completely crash, forcing the user to restart their phone. These types of bugs are more annoying than they are directly harmful in that much in the same way that hackers overload websites with traffic, these messages overload smartphones with hidden code. According to the creator and those commenting on the bug it only works on Windows PCs and Android smartphones at present. Facebook Messenger appears to block the message detecting it as being potentially harmful and iMessage doesn’t appear to recognise it either. The genuinely dangerous WhatsApp messages however are the ones that contain actual links. For years hackers have used simple round robin messages that then contain links which when tapped on, will download viruses onto the smartphone. So while this ‘text bomb’ might cause you some minor inconvenience, the good news is that it’s unlikely to cause any permanent damage to your phone as long as you delete it the moment you get it or after you’ve restarted your phone

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In an interplanetary first, NASA to fly remote-controlled helicopter on Mars Watch Mars Helicopter Video In Next Post >>> NASA said on Friday it will send a small helicopter to Mars as part of the US space agency's 2020 mission to place a next-generation rover on the Martian surface, marking the first time such an aircraft will be used on another world. The remote-controlled Mars Helicopter, designed to take flight in the thin Martian atmosphere with twin counter-rotating blades, weighs about four pounds (1.8 kilograms), with a fuselage the size of a softball, NASA said. Its blades will spin at almost 3,000 rpm, roughly 10 times the rate employed by helicopters on Earth. "The altitude record for a helicopter flying here on Earth is about 40,000 feet (12,200 meters). The atmosphere of Mars is only one percent that of Earth, so when our helicopter is on the Martian surface, it`s already at the Earth equivalent of 100,000 feet (30,480 meters) up," Mimi Aung, the Mars Helicopter project manager at NASA`s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, said in a statement. NASA officials said the rotorcraft will reach the Red Planet`s surface attached to the car-sized rover. After placing the helicopter on the ground, the rover will be directed to drive to a safe distance to relay commands. Controllers on Earth will command the helicopter to take its first autonomous flight after its batteries are charged and tests are conducted, NASA said. "The idea of a helicopter flying the skies of another planet is thrilling," NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine said in a statement. The helicopter is intended to demonstrate the viability and usefulness of such aircraft on Mars, NASA said, with potential roles as a low-flying scout or to reach locations inaccessible from the ground. NASA said it plans a 30-day flight test period that will include up to five flights, starting with a short vertical jaunt to hover for about 30 seconds at an altitude of 10 feet (3 meters) and progressing to flight distances up to a few hundred yards and durations up to 90 seconds. The helicopter contains solar cells to charge its lithium-ion batteries and a heating mechanism to keep it warm during frigid nights. The Mars 2020 rover mission is scheduled to launch in July 2020 from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida and reach Mars in February 2021. The rover is designed to carry out geological studies and ascertain the habitability of the Martian environment, NASA said.

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Artificial muscles that can lift 12,600 times their own weight Using carbon fiber, a very strong light-weight material which is readily commercially available, researchers have designed artificial muscles capable of lifting up to 12,600 times their own weight. "The range of applications of these low cost and light-weight artificial muscles is really wide and involves different fields such as robotics, prosthetics, orthotics, and human assistive devices," said one of the researchers Caterina Lamuta from Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology in Illinois. The new muscles, detailed in the journal Smart Materials and Structures, are made from carbon fiber-reinforced siloxane rubber and have a coiled geometry. These muscles are capable of not only lifting up to 12,600 times their own weight, but also supporting up to 60 MPa of mechanical stress, providing tensile strokes higher than 25 percent and specific work of up to 758 J/kg (joule/kg), the study said. This amount is 18 times more than the specific work natural muscles are capable of producing, the researchers added. When electrically actuated, the carbon fiber-based artificial muscles showed excellent performance without requiring a high input voltage. The authors showed how a 0.4 mm diameter muscle bundle was able to lift half a gallon of water by 1.4 inches with only 0.172 V/cm applied voltage. The artificial muscles themselves are coils comprised of commercial carbon fibers and polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS). A carbon fibres tow is initially dipped into uncured PDMS diluted with hexane and then twisted with a simple drill to create a yarn with a homogeneous shape and a constant radius. After the curing of the PDMS, the straight composite yarn is highly twisted until it is fully coiled. "Coiled muscles were invented recently using nylon threads," said Sameh Tawfick, Assistant Professor at University of Illinois Urbana Champaign in the US. "They can exert large actuation strokes, which make them incredibly useful for applications in human assistive devices: if only they could be made much stronger," Tawfick explained.

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NASA’s InSight Mars lander will gaze (and drill) into the depths of the Red Planet NASA’s latest mission to Mars, InSight , is set to launch early Saturday morning in pursuit of a number of historic firsts in space travel and planetology. The lander’s instruments will probe the surface of the planet and monitor its seismic activity with unprecedented precision, while a pair of diminutive cubesats riding shotgun will test the viability of tiny spacecraft for interplanetary travel. Saturday at 4:05 AM Pacific is the first launch opportunity, but if weather forbids it, they’ll just try again soon after — the chances of clouds sticking around all the way until June 8, when the launch window closes, are slim to none. InSight isn’t just a pretty name they chose; it stands for Interior Exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat Transport, at least after massaging the acronym a bit. 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And if people are willing to get up at four o’clock in the morning, they should see a pretty cool light show that day.” The Atlas V will take it up to orbit and the Centaur will give it its push towards Mars, after which it will cruise for six months or so, arriving late in the Martian afternoon on November 26 (Earth calendar). Its landing will be as exciting (and terrifying) as Phoenix’s and many others. When it hits the Martian atmosphere, InSight will be going more than 13,000 MPH. It’ll slow down first using the atmosphere itself, losing 90 percent of its velocity as friction against a new, reinforced heat shield. A parachute takes off another 90 percent, but it’ll still be going more than 100 MPH, which would make for an uncomfortable landing. So a couple thousand feet up it will transition to landing jets that will let it touch down at a stately 5.4 MPH at the desired location and orientation. After the dust has settled (literally) and the lander has confirmed everything is in working order, it will deploy its circular, fanlike solar arrays and get to work. Robot arms and self-hammering robomoles InSight’s mission is to get into the geology of Mars with more detail and depth than ever before. To that end it is packing gear for three major experiments. SEIS is a collection of six seismic sensors (making the name a tidy bilingual, bidirectional pun) that will sit on the ground under what looks like a tiny Kingdome and monitor the slightest movement of the ground underneath. Tiny high-frequency vibrations or longer-period oscillations, they should all be detected. “Seismology is the method that we’ve used to gain almost everything we know, all the basic information about the interior of the Earth, and we also used it back during the Apollo era to understand and to measure sort of the properties of the inside of the moon,” Banerdt said. “And so, we want to apply the same techniques but use the waves that are generated by Mars quakes, by meteorite impacts to probe deep into the interior of Mars all the way down to its core.” The heat flow and physical properties probe is an interesting one. It will monitor the temperature of the planet below the surface continually for the duration of the mission — but in order to do so, of course, it has to dig its way down. For that purpose it’s installed with what the team calls a “self-hammering mechanical mole.” Pretty self-explanatory, right? The “mole” is sort of like a hollow, inch-thick, 16-inch-long nail that will use a spring-loaded tungsten block inside itself to drive itself into the rock. It’s estimated that it will take somewhere between 5,000 and 20,000 strikes to get deep enough to escape the daily and seasonal temperature changes at the surface. Lastly there’s the Rotation and Interior Structure Experiment, which actually doesn’t need a giant nail, a tiny Kingdome or anything like that. The experiment involves tracking the position of InSight with extreme precision as Mars rotates, using its radio connection with Earth. It can be located to within about four inches, which when you think about it is pretty unbelievable to begin with. The way that position varies may indicate a wobble in the planet’s rotation and consequently shed light on its internal composition . Combined with data from similar experiments in the ’70s and ’90s, it should let planetologists determine how molten the core is. “In some ways, InSight is like a scientific time machine that will bring back information about the earliest stages of Mars’ formation 4.5 billion years ago,” said Banerdt in an earlier news release. “It will help us learn how rocky bodies form, including Earth, its moon, and even planets in other solar systems.” In another space first, Insight has a robotic arm that will not just do things like grab rocks to look at, but will grab items from its own inventory and deploy them into its workspace. Its little fingers will grab handles on top of each deployable instrument and grab it just like a human might. Well, maybe a little differently, but the principle is the same. At nearly 8 feet long, it has a bit more reach than the average astronaut. Cubes riding shotgun One of the MarCO cubesats. Insight is definitely the main payload, but it’s not the only one. 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