Nevertheless, in these final hours ahead of the October 15 ”Made By Google ” event, which gets underway at 10 a.m. Eastern in New York, the rumors and leaks are still trickling out. Like this one: The design of the Nest Mini that Google is expected to unveil tomorrow was leaked on Monday.
The X 57 is an all electric experimental aircraft that has been in the works for some time. This model was built by ESAero, and as NASA explains in a new blog post, it 's essentially a retrofit on an aircraft design that originally had traditional combustion engines.
The instrument is supposed to hammer itself into the surface, pushing itself to a depth of up to 16 feet to gather temperature readings. Unfortunately, the probe has failed to bury itself any deeper than about a foot, but NASA thinks it knows why.
To that end, NASA is announcing a final call for submissions for lunar lander designs. The window to submit plans for a human landing system is closing fast, and NASA hopes to have all the candidates in hand by November 1st.
Moreover, there 's also a chance Microsoft will showcase its first dual screen foldable laptop alongside a Lite version of Windows 10 built to run on ARM based devices. While you wait, you can check out the following Surface marketing images that leaked ahead of the press conference.
In a new paper published in The Astrophysical Journal, scientists explain how they first detected the destructive event using a network of telescopes called the All Sky Automated Survey for Supernovae, or ASAS SN. After its detection, the event was labeled ASASSN 19bt and NASA 's TESS was used to get an even better view of the fireworks.
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The latest culprits that have been found are a handful of camera and VPN apps that have collectively racked up several hundred million downloads.
Android and the companies that make Android phones have a long history of copying just about every major move that Apple makes with the iPhone. Samsung is obviously the most notorious Apple copycat out there, but other companies including Google have also regularly taken pages out of Apple 's playbook over the years on the software side of things as well as on the hardware side. Remember the first generation Pixel phones? They were literally just clones of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus with a little glass panel slapped on the back. So why doesn 't Apple sue all of these companies into oblivion? Simple: this isn 't a one way street. Apple takes features from Android and from Android phones all the time, and its iPhone lineup has continuously improved over the years as a result. At no point has that been more apparent than it is in 2019 though, because we have none other than Google to thank for the most incredible new feature on Apple 's iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max smartphones.
Last week, NASA said it would do its best to help by targeting the suspected crash site with its Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter. It was thought that if the LRO could capture a clear image of the downed spacecraft it might provide some additional information and help the India Space Research Organization decide how to proceed. Unfortunately, the LRO 's powerful camera just couldn 't spot the lander, and hope of salvaging the mission is fading rapidly.
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In a new blog post, NASA highlights one of the tools at its disposal for preparing future Moon explorers: the Neutral Buoyancy Lab located at the Johnson Space Center. In a massive water tank, astronauts experience simulated low gravity, and they wear much more than your average swimmer.
Before the leak, the most bullish estimates said the Apple AR gadget might arrive in 2020 at the earliest, and there 's no indication that Apple is getting ready to unveil it sooner than that. Now, a new discovery in iOS 13 code indicates that Apple might not even be trying that hard to conceal the active development of its first gen AR headset.
Now, after launching its Chandrayaan 2 mission in late July, the Indian Space Research Organization is just days away from becoming the fourth country to touch down on the Moon. In an update on Monday, the mission team revealed that the landing module successfully separated from the orbiter which has been traveling around the Moon since August 20th, paving the way for the lander to complete its most daring maneuver in just a few days.