IRIS

Reshared post from +Corina Marinescu

IRIS
NASA’s Interface Region Imaging Spectrometer, or IRIS, peers into a lower level of the Sun’s atmosphere — called the interface region — to determine how this area drives constant changes in the Sun’s outer atmosphere.

The interface region feeds solar material into the corona and solar wind: In this video, captured on Sept. 10, 2017, jets of solar material appear like tadpoles swimming down toward the Sun’s surface. These structures — called supra-arcade downflows — are sometimes observed in the corona during solar flares, and this particular set was associated with the X8.2 flare of the same day.

Source:
https://www.nasa.gov/feature/goddard/2017/september-2017s-intense-solar-activity-viewed-from-space
Credits: NASA/GSFC/LMSAL/Joy Ng

#NASA #space #universe #science #sun #plasma

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"The 280 mAh non-removable battery that can be charged in 2 hours will get you…

"The 280 mAh non-removable battery that can be charged in 2 hours will get you going for 5 to 7 days quite easily with Normal usage and with continuous heart rate and GPS on it will last up to 24 hours. "

and $99

wow.

Reshared post from +Shashank Sharma

A perfect Smartwatch with very long battery life and gives more features than any other smartwatch in this price range

Xiaomi Amazfit Pace Smartwatch Review; feels good on your hand as well to your Wallet – Gadget Lite
Xiaomi Amazfit PACE is a GPS Running Smartwatch. Amazfit Smartwatch is a lot more Gorgeous from the inside than it looks from outside.

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Full duplex sdr

Full duplex sdr

Reshared post from +HACKADAY

A few years ago, we saw the rise of software-defined radios with the HackRF One and the extraordinarily popular RTL-SDR USB TV tuner dongle. It’s been a few years, and technology is on a never-ending upwards crawl to smaller, cheaper, and more powerful…

Cheap, Full-Duplex Software Defined Radio With The LimeSDR

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Boss

Reshared post from +zsolt m

Boss

I present my watchskin Boss

Made by me from the scratch, in PS, and Watchmaker.
Credit to bosswatches: https://www.hugoboss.com/men-watches/

Nice sharp looking elegant skin, with coloured vivid dim.

There is a watch skin , scripted dim mode, plus 9 step dim fading.
Battery/24 hr/weekday/zoom.

tap center to zoom
tap 6 : choose to background of the face.
tap 3 > Dim There is: 1.OFF, 2:MIN DIM , 3:NORMAL DIM, 4:AUTO SLOWGLO, 5:ALWAYS
tap 9 > dim level 10 steps
tap between 10-11 > fade modes switch (30,60,85%)
tap 12 > choose 9 different dim colors.

Hope you like that, I really enjoyed to made 🙂

Free to use for everyone….

Don't forget to comment and 👍 when you like it :

CREDITS: Thanks to +Grondin Designs+CLR1 Design

https://www.dropbox.com/s/oopxc26mwuh1rmh/boss-by-zsolt-m.watch?dl=0

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Europa and Jupiter from Voyager 1

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Europa and Jupiter from Voyager 1
Image Credit: NASA, Voyager 1, JPL, Caltech; Processing & License: Alexis Tranchandon / Solaris
https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap170905.html

What are those spots on Jupiter? Largest and furthest, just right of center, is the Great Red Spot — a huge storm system that has been raging on Jupiter possibly since Giovanni Cassini's likely notation of it 352 years ago. It is not yet known why this Great Spot is red. The spot toward the lower left is one of Jupiter's largest moons: Europa. Images from Voyager in 1979 bolster the modern hypothesis that Europa has an underground ocean and is therefore a good place to look for extraterrestrial life. But what about the dark spot on the upper right? That is a shadow of another of Jupiter's large moons: Io. Voyager 1 discovered Io to be so volcanic that no impact craters could be found. Sixteen frames from Voyager 1's flyby of Jupiter in 1979 were recently reprocessed and merged to create the featured image. Forty years ago today, Voyager 1 launched from Earth and started one of the greatest explorations of the Solar System ever.

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