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Dion Esparza 2016-09-10
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Also in Finland, has been in use for the same type of surveillance radars like those Soviet radars that were harassing Finnish tv viewing.

the tv screen will appear horizontal, bright, silver streaks.

Laiho has clarified the Finnish and Russian diplomats on dialogue with the reach of tv interference background.

in the Winter Of 1971 in Lappeenranta, working with radio technician to Reino Laitinen started getting phone calls, angry bridge television viewers.

in This picture with her are Pekka Salminen vas.

the Measurements showed that the Soviet side, the radar didn't work in exactly the same frequency as the Finnish tv-channels, but disrupted despite the Finnish broadcast.

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Marie Haines 2016-11-09
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From the remote Atacama desert, an array of telescopes has captured a spectacular image of a celestial wave crashing in the night sky.

The spiraling structure created from passing galaxies has helped confirm theories about galaxy collisions.

And it was seen at just the right time.

Galaxies like IC 2163 left rotate once every 100 million years, so the eyelid-like structure depicted in the image above is only intact for a few tens of millions of years.

That timescale might seem huge to human standards but it s a narrow window in cosmic terms.

Once the galaxy makes a complete rotation, the eyelid gets swallowed up like a surfer in a crashing wave.

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Isiah Jone 2017-12-13
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The researchers examined sea level measurements in three locations around the Indian Ocean dating back to the 1800s and found that the raw sea level measurements showed no clear rise in sea levels.

Their study was published in the journal Earth Systems and Environment, and it calls into question adjusted official data showing steadily rising sea levels – which most scientists say is caused by manmade global warming.

The top graph in the following image shows the unadjusted sea level data in Mumbai, India, where each color represents a different set of measurements at the same location.

The bottom graph shows the adjusted data:

The study’s authors say this is evidence that the adjustments are biased.

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James Finch 2019-08-21
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Jupiter was struck by a young planet with 10 times the mass of Earth about 4.5 billion years ago, a new study suggests.

This collision would explain readings from NASA's Jupiter-orbiting spacecraft, Juno, which indicate the planet's core is less dense and has more diffuse heavy elements than scientists expected.

When Jupiter was young, about 4.5 billion years ago, a protoplanet with 10 times the mass of Earth crashed head-on into its surface.

NASA's Jupiter-orbiting spacecraft, Juno, has been collecting information about the internal structure and composition of our solar system's largest planet since it arrived there in July 2016.

But instead, Juno's measurements showed that heavy elements are diffuse throughout Jupiter's center, in an area up to half of the planet's radius.

"This is puzzling," Andrea Isella, a Rice astronomer and study co-author, said in a press release.

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jun sakura 2020-11-10

Decolorization of dye wastewater before discharge is pivotal because of its immense color and toxicities.www.wyactivatedcarbon.com In this study, a granular activated carbon based microbial fuel cell (GACB-MFC) was used without using any expensive materials like Nafion membrane and platinum catalyst for simultaneous decolorization of real dye wastewater and bioelectricity generation.

After 48 hours of GACB-MFC operation, 73% color was removed at anode and 77% color was removed at cathode.

COD removal was 71% at the anode and 76% at the cathode after 48 hours.

Toxicity measurements showed that cathode effluent was almost nontoxic after 24 hours.

The anode effluent was threefold less toxic compared to original dye wastewater after 48 hours.

granular activated carbon wholesale The GACB-MFC produced a power density of 1.7 W/m(3) with an open circuit voltage 0.45 V. One of the advantages of the GACB-MFC system is that pH was automatically adjusted from 12.4 to 7.2 and 8.0 at the anode and cathode during 48 hours operation.

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Dion Esparza 2016-09-10
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Also in Finland, has been in use for the same type of surveillance radars like those Soviet radars that were harassing Finnish tv viewing.

the tv screen will appear horizontal, bright, silver streaks.

Laiho has clarified the Finnish and Russian diplomats on dialogue with the reach of tv interference background.

in the Winter Of 1971 in Lappeenranta, working with radio technician to Reino Laitinen started getting phone calls, angry bridge television viewers.

in This picture with her are Pekka Salminen vas.

the Measurements showed that the Soviet side, the radar didn't work in exactly the same frequency as the Finnish tv-channels, but disrupted despite the Finnish broadcast.

Isiah Jone 2017-12-13
img

To view this page ensure that Adobe Flash Player version 10.2.0 or greater is installed.

The researchers examined sea level measurements in three locations around the Indian Ocean dating back to the 1800s and found that the raw sea level measurements showed no clear rise in sea levels.

Their study was published in the journal Earth Systems and Environment, and it calls into question adjusted official data showing steadily rising sea levels – which most scientists say is caused by manmade global warming.

The top graph in the following image shows the unadjusted sea level data in Mumbai, India, where each color represents a different set of measurements at the same location.

The bottom graph shows the adjusted data:

The study’s authors say this is evidence that the adjustments are biased.

jun sakura 2020-11-10

Decolorization of dye wastewater before discharge is pivotal because of its immense color and toxicities.www.wyactivatedcarbon.com In this study, a granular activated carbon based microbial fuel cell (GACB-MFC) was used without using any expensive materials like Nafion membrane and platinum catalyst for simultaneous decolorization of real dye wastewater and bioelectricity generation.

After 48 hours of GACB-MFC operation, 73% color was removed at anode and 77% color was removed at cathode.

COD removal was 71% at the anode and 76% at the cathode after 48 hours.

Toxicity measurements showed that cathode effluent was almost nontoxic after 24 hours.

The anode effluent was threefold less toxic compared to original dye wastewater after 48 hours.

granular activated carbon wholesale The GACB-MFC produced a power density of 1.7 W/m(3) with an open circuit voltage 0.45 V. One of the advantages of the GACB-MFC system is that pH was automatically adjusted from 12.4 to 7.2 and 8.0 at the anode and cathode during 48 hours operation.

Marie Haines 2016-11-09
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From the remote Atacama desert, an array of telescopes has captured a spectacular image of a celestial wave crashing in the night sky.

The spiraling structure created from passing galaxies has helped confirm theories about galaxy collisions.

And it was seen at just the right time.

Galaxies like IC 2163 left rotate once every 100 million years, so the eyelid-like structure depicted in the image above is only intact for a few tens of millions of years.

That timescale might seem huge to human standards but it s a narrow window in cosmic terms.

Once the galaxy makes a complete rotation, the eyelid gets swallowed up like a surfer in a crashing wave.

James Finch 2019-08-21
img

Jupiter was struck by a young planet with 10 times the mass of Earth about 4.5 billion years ago, a new study suggests.

This collision would explain readings from NASA's Jupiter-orbiting spacecraft, Juno, which indicate the planet's core is less dense and has more diffuse heavy elements than scientists expected.

When Jupiter was young, about 4.5 billion years ago, a protoplanet with 10 times the mass of Earth crashed head-on into its surface.

NASA's Jupiter-orbiting spacecraft, Juno, has been collecting information about the internal structure and composition of our solar system's largest planet since it arrived there in July 2016.

But instead, Juno's measurements showed that heavy elements are diffuse throughout Jupiter's center, in an area up to half of the planet's radius.

"This is puzzling," Andrea Isella, a Rice astronomer and study co-author, said in a press release.