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NASA’s Cassini spacecraft has arrived in Saturn’s neighborhood more that 10 years ago, it has been sending wonderful images and data about the planet which is famous for its rings and many moons. Before the spacecraft runs out of the fuel it final sweeps of the area and NASA send it into Saturn’s atmosphere to burn up in a fiery sendoff.
Until that final salute in September and as Cassini takes whatever measurements and other data it can during the time it has left, we can reflect on its most exciting discoveries of Saturn and its moons. Here are some of the most important images it has sent back to Earth.
Saturn has many full sized moons orbiting it. Scientists have discovered that its massive rings have tiny moons which are known as moon-lets cutting through them as they swing around the planet. The moon-lets displace material in the rings during their orbits, with their gravity creating waves in the dust that forms the rings and creating propeller shaped gaps in the rings wherever they are. Cassini got plenty of closeups of these propellers, but arguably the most powerful of its moonlet images is the strikingly clear closeup of Daphnis, a 5-mile-long moonlet streaking through the outer edges of the planet’s rings.
During its journey to the outer solar system, the Cassini spacecraft has gotten up close to Saturn’s moon Enceladus including inspecting plumes that come off the moon’s surface. This shot of the plumes backlit by the sun show them shooting off Enceladus. Cassini flew through the plumes for the first time and collected data to send back to Earth around the time this picture was taken. Over time scientists have analyzed all the data from Cassini to find that Enceladus has hydrogen, which could be an energy source for certain kinds of alien life forms.
When Cassini first encountered Saturn’s largest moon, it was able to capture views clearer than any equipment before it. It would learn much more about Titan over the years, but this first detailed image was where it all began. Since Cassini entered the moon’s neighborhood, it has collected data that indicates volcanic activity and teaches scientists about what it’s like on the surface.
Cassini once made a clever move of using Saturn to block the intense light of the sun and then snapped a photo from behind the giant planet, capturing its illuminated rings in all their glory. According to NASA, it was a view scientists had never had before. And it included some familiar faces A trained eye can detect the “pale dot of Earth” above the bright main rings as well as the moon Enceladus.
Following the recent WannaCry ransomware attack, a new variant leveraging Petya ransomware emerged globally on Tuesday, June 27, 2017 starting in the Ukraine and spreading to millions of potentially affected people around the world. Machines which are up-to-date with Microsoft updates and security patches has a low probability of exposure. Unfortunately, this attack includes the ability to leverage one vulnerable machine on a network and propagate to other machines that were actually current. This has been reported second major ransomware attack in two months.
The malicious software will reach to machine through attachment or from melicious websites. The ransomware infects computers and then waits for about an hour before rebooting the machine. Thereafter it will started encrypting files on the computer. The ransomware takes over machine and will demands $300 as ransom. This ransom is paid in Bitcoins. This is not clear yet who is behind it, but thinkers assume someone who wanted the malware to look like ransomware. It is also guessed that the motive of this attack is destructive against Ukrainian Government. Security researcher Nicholas Weaver told cybersecurity blog Krebs on Security that ‘Petya’ was a “deliberate, malicious, destructive attack or perhaps a test disguised as ransomware”. Pseudonymous security researcher Grugq noted that the real Petya “was a criminal enterprise for making money,” but that the new version “is definitely not designed to make money.
This is designed to spread fast and cause damage, with a plausibly deniable cover of ‘ransomware’. The payment mechanism in the malware was inept to the point of uselessness because it has a single hard coded payment address, meaning the money can be traced. The requirement to email proof of payment to a webmail provider, meaning that the email address can be – and was – disabled; and the requirement to send an infected machine’s 60-character, case sensitive “personal identification key” from a computer which can’t even copy-and-paste, all combine to mean that “this payment pipeline was possibly the worst of all options (sort of ‘send a personal cheque to: Petya Payments, PO Box … ’)”
Steps once infected
Almost after one hour of infection Petya will reboot the computer. If you observe that you computer is infected, turn it off completely; Disconnect from Internet. Don’t think of paying ransome because the contact details provided may or may not be correct. Format your hard disk and reinstall operating system. Restore your files from backup.
Make sure you have genuine windows and all updates installed including all Microsoft security patches. Ensure good anti virus or Malware protection software is installed. Keep a good backup of important data. Don’t open attachment from unknown source. Understand well that nothing on internet is free now-a-days; everything comes packaged with something. Stay protected !!!!
All information above is based on web search and online authentic technical channels. Verify your self before acting in any way.
The social media giant Facebook has released GIF Format where the reply are about to get more animated. To mark the 30th Anniversary of GIF Format Facebook will allow the users to enjoy new GIF comment button that it began testing three months ago. Facebook also announced that almost 13 billion GIFs were sent on Messenger over the past year, with 400 million GIFs sent just on New Year’s Day 2017.
The GIF button will let people search and post GIFs from different services, like Giphy and Tenor, directly in the comments box on desktop browsers, the GIF button also displays trending GIFs, just like in Facebook Messenger.
Facebook added GIF support two years ago, but until now users had to enter the URL of a GIF hosted somewhere else. The GIF button makes the process a lot easier, especially on mobile. It’s currently only available for comments, but Facebook may eventually also make it available for News Feed posts because user demand for GIFs shows no signs of abating.
Facebook reportedly had support for GIFs ready for years before it was finally added, but was hesitant to deploy it because of the visual impact it would have on the News Feed. Despite the company’s initial reluctance, however, users kept finding workarounds to post GIFs. The lack of GIF support also gave other services like Imgur an advantage. Now Facebook has started embracing News Feeds with “richer” (some would say busier) media and in addition to GIFs, that includes auto-play videos and colored statuses.
For fun and to mark the anniversary of when GIFs were first introduced by CompuServe in 1987, Facebook is also running a poll asking users how GIF is pronounced, a debate that continues to rage on even though the creator of GIF, Steve Wilhite, has already declared his allegiance to the soft G.
Bollywood Actors and superstars Salman Khan, Shahrukh Khan and Akshay Kumar are among Forbes annual list of the highest earning entertainers in the world. The Forbes list of the World’s Highest Paid Celebrities of 2017 has been topped by American rapper and entrepreneur Sean Combs who is known by his more famous stage name ‘Diddy’, with earnings of 130 million dollars.
Shahrukh Khan ranks 65th on the list, with the earnings of $38 million, tied with singer and actress Jennifer Lopez. Forbes shared that the King Khan continues to bank big from starring roles in Bollywood movies. He also cashes in on endorsement deals for dozens of brands most Americans have likely never heard of.
Salman khan is on the 71st on the list with $37 million in earnings, tied with English singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran. Forbes shared that Salman continues to produce and star in films which earn well at the box office.
Akshay Kumar is ranked 80th on the list with earnings of $35.5 million, tied with musician Bon Jovi. Forbes shared that Kumar, a king of the Bollywood box office for over a quarter of a century, mints millions through both starring and ensemble roles.
The forbes list of the World’s Highest Paid Celebrities of 2017 also includes American singer and icon Beyonce on the second spot with earnings of $105 million. Author J K Rowling, with $95 million, is at number three. R&B musician Drake is at the number four spot with $94 million. Football star Cristiano Ronaldo ($93 million) rounded out the top five.
Forbes shared that together, the world’s 100 highest paid celebrities banked a cumulative $5.15 billion during the June 2016 to June 2017 scoring period.
While there are 10 male actors on the ranking, not a single female movie star made the cut, Forbes shared that women comprise just 16 per cent of the world’s top earning celebrities, an imbalance that reflects the gender pay gap in entertainment and beyond.
The 16 women on this year’s list earned a cumulative $822.5 million.
In Turkmenistan desert a pit has been burning for over 45 years which looks like a gateway directly to hell. The flaming big hole that won’t stop burning is situated in the heart of the Karakum Desert in Turkmenistan. Over the years, the glow has become more intense and has lit up the area including the sky above.
The 226 feet wide crater which is Darvaza Gas Crater also known as the Door to Hell or Gates of Hell by the locals. Inside of it contains endless flames and boiling mud. Darvaza Gas Crater is a natural gas field that collapsed into an underground cave or pit which is 98 feet deep. The geologists have set this pit on fire so that the methane gas does not spread around. This is how it is burning since then. The place has become a popular tourist’s attraction. The surrounding area is popular for wild desert camping.
The gas reserve found in the Darvaza Gas Crater is one of the largest in the world. Every year this burning crater attracts thousands of eco tourists and researchers.
In 1971, the site was identified by Soviet engineers. The site was thought to be an oil field. The engineers set up a drilling rig and operations to assess the quantity of oil available at the site. Soon after the preliminary survey found a natural gas pocket, the ground beneath the drilling rig and camp collapsed into a wide crater and was buried. The engineers thought that the dangerous poisonous gases from the cave will affect the nearby town. So they decided to burn off the gas. The gas was estimated to get burn out within a few weeks but it is still burning since then. In 2013, he declared the part of the Karakum Desert with the crater a nature reserve.