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Welcome To IANS Live - TopStory - Chopper case: IDS sent 7.4 lakh euros to Interstellar after Dassault's payment


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New Delhi, April 13 (IANS) Chandigarh-based IDS Infotech Ltd paid a commission of 7,40,128 euros to Interstellar Holdings Pvt Ltd, which is now known as Interstellar Technologies, on receipt of payments from French defence major Dassault Aviation for a project between May 2003 to November 2006, the CBI has claimed in its charge sheet in the Rs 3,600 crore VVIP AgustaWestland case.
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New Delhi, April 13 (IANS) Chandigarh-based IDS Infotech Ltd paid a commission of 7,40,128 euros to Interstellar Holdings Pvt Ltd, which is now known as Interstellar Technologies, on receipt of payments from French defence major Dassault Aviation for a project between May 2003 to November 2006, the CBI has claimed in its charge sheet in the Rs 3,600 crore VVIP AgustaWestland case.
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2I/Borisov Update: The Comet is the Most "Pristine" Space Object Ever Studied


Ever since 2I/Borisov was first discovered, astronomers have been fascinated with this interstellar comet. With new information being discovered about the comet, experts have confidentially called it the most “pristine” space object that’s ever been studied.
Astronomers don’t think that 2I/Borisov ever traveled close to any star (other than our sun) which means that its composition of gas and dust was completely pure and original. When comets travel close to stars, they can become altered or degraded by the sun’s radiation and heat. Stefano Bagnulo, who is from the Armagh Observatory and Planetarium, Northern Ireland, UK, and who led the new study, stated, “2I/Borisov could represent the first truly pristine comet ever observed.”

Interstellar Visitor 'Oumuamua May Be A Shard Of A Pluto-Like Exo-World

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Almost four years since its discovery, interstellar visitor ‘Oumuamua continues to remain a puzzle. Why is that shape? How did it form? Last year, a study proposed it was the shard of a planet destroyed when it got too close to its star. A new study also suggests it’s a planetary fragment, but its source is very different. ‘Oumuamua could be the fragment of a Pluto-like planet around a distant star.
The research, published in two papers in the Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets (here and here), aims to explain the curious "cigar" shape and other peculiar properties – it looked like an asteroid but sped along like a comet – of the interstellar asteroid in one swoop. The team found that they could explain a lot of what we have observed so far if the object was made of nitrogen ice, like the surface of Pluto.

Molecules Never Before Seen in Space Have Been Identified Among The Stars


Molecules Never Before Seen in Space Have Been Identified Among The Stars
18 MARCH 2021
In the space between the stars, in the dust from which they are born, scientists have found molecules that have never before been seen in space.
The discovery of tell-tale emissions in a dense star-forming cloud marks the first time specific species of a class of molecules known as polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons have been identified in space - and it could help finally unravel the mystery of how and where these molecules form.
 
"We had always thought polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons were primarily formed in the atmospheres of dying stars," said MIT astrochemist Brett McGuire.

China's Cinema Screen Count Leaps Despite COVID Closures


China's Cinema Screen Count Leaps Despite COVID Closures
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Despite nearly six months of cinema closures due to COVID-19, China actually built nearly 6,000 more new screens in 2020, according to a new report from the country’s film authorities.
The data contradicts the disastrous predictions made over the summer about the extent to which the pandemic would devastate the Chinese exhibition sector.
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China now boasts 75,581 screens nationwide at some 12,700 complexes, having built 5,794 more screens last year, said the National Office for Special Film Funds, a committee under the direct management of the powerful Central Propaganda Department made up of cadres from that body and the Ministry of Finance. Growth did slow, however: to compare, China built around 9,700 new screens in both 2019 and 2018. It began 2020 with around 69,800 screens at some 12,400 complexes.

This is a wonderful time to work on black holes: astrophysicist Parameswaran Ajith

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The cosmic bodies have come out of their historical isolation to take centrestage in modern astrophysics, says the recipient of the inaugural young scientist award instituted by The World Academy of Sciences
Parameswaran Ajith, 40, a Bengaluru-based astrophysicist who specialises in the study of detecting gravitational waves, was chosen as the first recipient of The World Academy of Sciences-Chinese Academy of Sciences (TWAS-CAS) Young Scientist award for Frontier Science. He talks about his prize, the excitement of black holes, and about how he chose to become a scientist. Excerpts:
The award citation says you have “...pioneered a method to model the expected gravitational-wave signals from colliding binary black holes.” In layman’s terms, could you explain the principle of this method? Is it the only method for detecting wave signals or is it part of an algorithm of detection?

The Cost of Visiting Earth May Be Too Astronomical For Aliens


The Cost of Visiting Earth May Be Too Astronomical For Aliens
MATT WILLIAMS, UNIVERSE TODAY
27 DECEMBER 2020
In 1950, Italian-American physicist Enrico Fermi sat down to lunch with some of his colleagues at the Los Alamos National Laboratory, where he had worked five years prior as part of the Manhattan Project.
 
According to various accounts, the conversation turned to aliens and the recent spate of UFOs. Into this, Fermi issued a statement that would go down in the annals of history: "Where is everybody?"
This became the basis of the Fermi Paradox, which refers to the disparity between high probability estimates for the existence of extraterrestrial intelligence (ETI) and the apparent lack of evidence.

Interstellar Material Older Than Our Solar System Found in Meteorite Chunk

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Interstellar Material Older Than Our Solar System Found in Meteorite Chunk
Scientists were surprised with their findings on the Allende meteorite.
The Allende meteorite came hurtling down to Earth into Mexico in 1969.
Fifty-one years later, scientists have made a surprising discovery that the Space rock contains interstellar material that pre-dates our Solar System.
Moreover, the material exists in a form that wasn't believed possible until now. 
The findings were published in the journal
Rare interstellar stardust discovery
A team of researchers from Washington University in St. Louis led the study and were in awe of the discovery of such incredibly ancient material. Pre-solar grains, or stardust from interstellar space, are very rare to find, but not unheard of.

Astronomers uncover 'food source' for supermassive black holes


The scientists believe their findings add "a fundamental piece to the puzzle" on how cosmic structures, featuring galaxy clusters and voids, were formed.
Dr Emanuele Paolo Farina, of the Max Planck Institute for Astronomy in Germany, said: "The presence of these early monsters, with masses several billion times the mass of our Sun, is a big mystery.
"We are now able to demonstrate, for the first time, that primordial galaxies do have enough food in their environments to sustain both the growth of supermassive black holes and vigorous star formation."
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There's An Interstellar Themed Restaurant In Mexico That's Lit Up By 250,000 Led Lights


This Interstellar Themed Restaurant Is Every Geek’s Dream Come True
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There are some people who tend to watch a film over and over, and over again if they really liked it. Sure, not all of them choose to make the commitment to visit a movie theatre every time they want to see their favorites again, we’re glad to say we live in perfect times for movie addicts. Not only because there’s Blue-Ray and Netflix and many more means of exploiting the movie world. What’s even more perfect – there is an actual place where it’s possible to live out your favorite films. And were not talking only about amusement parks here. Take this ‘Interstellar’ themed restaurant in Mexico for example. Way to bring our day-to-day lives closer to marvelous fiction!

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