Thursday, November 29, 2012

In Cold War, US planned to blow up the Moon

In Cold War, US planned to blow up the Moon

The US planned to draft up the Moon with a nuclear bomb during the Cold War as a appearance of strength, a British media address said Wednesday.
American aggressive chiefs allegedly devised the abstruse project, 'A Abstraction of Lunar Research Flights' - or 'Project A119' - in the achievement that the again Soviet Union would be abashed by examination the nuclear beam from the Earth, the Telegraph reported.
It would accept accustomed the US a abundant bare assurance addition afterwards the Russians auspiciously launched Sputnik in 1957, according to physicist Leonard Reiffel, who was complex in the project.
The US would accept acclimated an atom bomb, because a hydrogen bomb would accept been too heavy.
The planning reportedly included calculations by astronomer Carl Sagan, who was again a adolescent graduate.
Military officials, however, reportedly alone the idea, which would accept taken abode in 1959, because of fears that it would accept an adverse aftereffect on the Earth should the access fail.
The activity abstracts were kept abstruse for about 45 years, and the US government has never formally accepted its captivation in the study, the British circadian said.
Instead of alarming up the Moon, the US agitated and eventually won the amplitude chase adjoin the Soviet Union, with Neil Armstrong acceptable the aboriginal man to airing on the Moon in 1969.

Sunday, April 29, 2012

Now a 7-inch tablet for Rs.5,399!

Giving competition to the government's Aakash tablet, Telmoco Development Labs Pvt. has come out with a Tablet PC - Attitude Daksha - a 7-inch tablet variant for Rs.5,399 inclusive of all taxes.

Attitude Daksha, touted as the most powerful 7-inch tablet computer for students and professionals, was launched here Tuesday.

Technopark Technology Business Incubator (T-TBIC) incubated Telmoco plans to compete in the low-cost tablet PC market where the government-launched Aakash tablet is prominent.

Daksha features Capacitive 5 point touch screen with 1.2 GHz ARM Cortex A8 processor with 512 MB DDR3 RAM. It has a HDMI port, Micro SD slot, 3.5 mm audio out, Micro USB port and having OTG connector for 3G Dongle and RJ 45lAN cable.

Daksha is capable of 1080p full HD video streaming and has dedicated 400 MHzGPU for advanced flash Apps, Interactive Apps and full HD videos. Daksha is powered by 3,800 mAh li-Pol battery which gives a back up of over 6 hours with WiFi on.

"Even though the Indian media tablets market witnessed high decibel launches by the world's leading vendors, the Tablet PC market in India is a niche market that is quickly picking up the pace in terms of adoption," said C.R. Nijesh, chairman and executive director, Telmoco at the launch.

Telmoco Development labs Pvt ltd is a company initiated in electronics research and mobile technologies.

Attitude Daksha is initially set off to launch at schools, professional institutions, and corporate houses and will be available in the market from May 15. It can be ordered online from Telmoco website.
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