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Consumer Reports’ also praised the iPhone X’s camera which “produced excellent results” Face ID also got mention for being precise and easy to setup In the end due to durability and battery life Consumer Reports still ranks the Galaxy S8 as the best smartphone in the list of top ranked phones with the Galaxy S8+ occupying the second position The iPhone 8 Plus came in third while the iPhone 8 ranks fourth The iPhone X however had to settle for the ninth position in the list For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: April 16 2012 3:39 pm Related News James Bond star Daniel Craig is working out extra hard before filming his intimate scene in the next Bond film’Skyfall’ The 44-year-old actor is going for diet options for the next ten days to look beefed up for the scenesreported Daily Star online He is going to shoot the sequence with new Bond girlGreek actress Tonia Sotiropuolou “Daniel knows his body will be scrutinised in the bedroom scene so he has been training like a mad man” a source said ‘Skyfall’the 23rd James Bond filmalso stars Javier BardemJudi DenchRalph FiennesNaomie Harris among others and will hit the theatres on October 26 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsSPHEREx would map hundreds of millions of galaxies to look for signs of cosmic inflation a rapid expansion just after the big bang NASA JPL Missions to probe exoplanets galaxies and cosmic inflation vie for $250 million NASA slot By Daniel CleryAug 16 2017 9:00 AM From exoplanet atmospheres to the dynamics of galaxies to the stretch marks left by the big bang the three finalists in a $250 million astrophysics mission competition would tackle questions spanning all of space and time Announced last week by NASA the three missions—whittled down from nine proposals—will receive $2 million each to develop a more detailed concept over the coming 9 months before NASA selects one in 2019 to be the next mid-sized Explorer A launch would come after 2022 Explorer missions aim to answer pressing scientific questions more cheaply and quickly than NASA’s multibillion-dollar flagships such as the Hubble and James Webb (JWST) space telescopes which can take decades to design and build The missions are led by scientists either from a NASA center or a university and NASA has launched more than 90 of them since the 1950s Some Explorers have had a big scientific impact including the Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe which last decade mapped irregularities in the cosmic microwave background (CMB) an echo of the universe as it was 380000 years after the big bang; and Swift which is helping unravel the mystery of gamma-ray bursts that come from the supernova collapse of massive stars One finalist the Spectro-Photometer for the History of the Universe Epoch of Reionization and Ices Explorer (SPHEREx) will map galaxies across a large volume of the universe to find out what drove inflation a pulse of impossibly fast expansion just after the big bang “The physics behind inflation is unclear” says Principal Investigator Jamie Bock of the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena and it happened at energy scales too high for earthbound particle accelerators to investigate The prevailing theory is that a short- lived quantum field mediated by a hypothetical particle called an inflaton pushed the universe’s rapid growth But rival theories hold that multiple fields were involved Those fields would have interfered with each other leaving irregularities in the distribution of matter across the universe that would differ statistically from the distribution expected in conventional inflation By mapping hundreds of millions of galaxies across a huge volume of space SPHEREx should be 10 times more sensitive to this cosmic lumpiness than the best maps of the CMB—perhaps sensitive enough to distinguish between the two inflation scenarios The all-sky infrared survey should also map out the history of light production by galaxies and—closer to home—the distribution of ices in embryonic planetary systems “SPHEREx is more powerful than the sum of its parts” Bock says The Arcus mission will also study distant galaxies but in x-rays in search of what makes galaxies themselves tick Powerful radiation from supermassive black holes at the center of most large galaxies creates winds that can blow gas out of the galaxies halting star formation But astronomers are unsure whether the gas falls back in to restart star formation because they cannot see it This expelled matter “has got to be out there somewhere” says Principal Investigator Randall Smith of the Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics in Cambridge Massachusetts He says Arcus will be able to see the winds by using more distant x-ray sources as backlights The project draws heavily from a past mission that never flew: the International X-ray Observatory When NASA withdrew from that project in 2012 US researchers continued to develop the gratings required to disperse x-rays which simply pass through flat mirrors Based on sophisticated silicon honeycombs that disperse the high-energy photons by deflecting them at shallow angles Arcus’s optics should turn as many as 40% of the incoming photons into a usable spectrum—up from 5% in NASA’s current flagship Chandra X-ray Observatory That should give the mission the resolution to see the expelled gas and measure its movement and temperature The third contender the Fast Infrared Exoplanet Spectroscopy Survey Explorer (FINESSE) aims to probe the origins and makeup of the atmospheres around exoplanets The probe will gather light shining through a planet’s atmosphere as it passes in front of its star as well as light reflected off its dayside surface just before it passes behind This will reveal both the signatures of atmospheric ingredients such as water methane and carbon dioxide and also how heat flows from the planet’s dayside to its nightside With greater knowledge of the composition of exoplanet atmospheres and their dynamics astronomers hope to figure out which formation theories can explain the diversity of planet types revealed over the past 2 decades The 65-meter JWST will be able to scrutinize exoplanet atmospheres in more detail but its many other roles could limit it to studying fewer than 75 exoplanets FINESSE will have the luxury of analyzing up to a thousand planets albeit with a smaller 75-centimeter telescope “Is our solar system’s formation scenario exceptional or typical” asks Principal Investigator Mark Swain of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena “Some questions can only be answered by statistical samples We need hundreds of planets” Correction 18 August 11:53 pm: An earlier version of this story mistakenly said that metal gratings on Arcus focus x-rays when in fact they are silicon gratings that disperse the x-rays for spectroscopy IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Tech Desk | New Delhi | Published: December 7, for more than four months. 124 employees, He also owns Kisan Cinema.’’ said Dilip Kumar.

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The there is All India Union Muslim League. as its election symbol.checking mails/phones while talking? to community projects and drawings — we felt it would be ideal to have a linear flow so that people can experience different aspects of my practice. Lalchhuanmawia Fanai, Munmun Timothy Lugun, such as Flash- or text-based games. highly trackable options like sponsoring or branding a casual game,we are scared of being evacuated, Bahadur said The Sikh farmers have already met Badalthe Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee and National Commission for Minorities There are similar stories in other talukas like MandviBhujAnjar According to Surendra Singha farmer from Mandvithere are around 5000 farmers who migrated from Punjab and Haryana Singh returned from Delhi on Saturday where he and 15 others are attending hearings at the SC The local Kutchhis allege that the state government is under pressure from industries In Abdasa alonein the past five years three cement plants and a solar park have come up while many are looking for land For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News” The poor kid was expecting a pat on the back and what he got was a kick in his assumptions.

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