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    Space – Rarely inactive, James Webb He shows us what he is capable of through incredible photos released by NASA. On Twitter Followers compared these photos to photos taken Telescopes It was before him and the quality of James Webb’s resolution was second to none,You can see it in the video above the article. The space telescope is located 1.5 million kilometers away Earth On Thursday 28th April it completed the alignment phase of its scientific instruments. Announced that it is now ready to explore the boundaries of the universe NASA. Four powerful instruments, three imagers and a spectrograph successfully attached themselves to the main mirror (6.5 meters in diameter), with its deployment completed two weeks later in early January. Lifting James Webb Telescope (JWST) from French Guiana. Each has reached its “operating temperature” and is now ready for its scientific commission, NASA detailed in a press release. Stunning test images While waiting for the first images of the scientific observations scheduled for the summer, the instruments confirmed that they were able to “capture sharp and well-aimed images.”...
    Personalize your computer with the best 4K wallpapers. Discover 8 websites to download 4K, Ultra HD quality wallpapers for Windows, Mac, Android and iOS. The customization of our computer It is one of the most important aspects to feel comfortable when using it. From the program settings, the location of each icon and file, down to its appearance. In this case, the wallpapers are an essential part of the appearance, providing a unique style that fits us. However, find cool wallpapers and especially in good resolution, it can be complicated. The best 8 websites to download wallpapers in 4K Therefore, we have made a compilation of the 8 best websites to download wallpapers in 4K, so you can customize your PC as you like with the best images. Do you want to know what they are? Go for it! 21 UHD and 4K wallpapers for mobile: download for free The best websites to download high resolution backgrounds ArtStationUnsplashPexelsHD WallpapersWallhaverZedgeWallpaperHomeWallpaperCraft We know that choosing a wallpaper for your mobile or computer It is not an easy task, since it...
    Satellite image of the Knesset in Jerusalem via Google Earth A search on Google Maps will yield high-resolution images of some of the world’s most secretive, highly-guarded places, including the Pentagon, the headquarters of Russia’s GRU military intelligence agency, Westminster in London, and even Pyongyang in North Korea. But someone looking for similarly-detailed images from over Israel, Gaza, and the West Bank will find only blurry, low-resolution images – and that’s not by accident. According to Israeli newspaper Haaretz, which published an in-depth explainer Thursday, a decades-old amendment to an American defense law has kept high-resolution images of the region from public view. Satellite image of the Pentagon in Washington via Google Earth The restriction can be traced back to 1997, when the Kyl-Bingaman Amendment (KBA) to the U.S. National Defense Authorization Act was enacted. It prevented U.S. companies, including Apple and Google, from providing and distributing high-resolution satellite photos of Israel. “The amendment had been put in place after years of tension between Israel and the U.S. regarding restrictions and regulations of satellite images and technology,” Haaretz said in...
    Researchers have broken the record for the highest resolution image ever captured of individual atoms, creating a shot that is 'zoomed in' some 100 million times. These images are so fine-tuned, in fact, that the blurring remaining in the shot is the product solely of the thermal jiggling of the atoms themselves. The breakthrough by the Cornell University team built on their previous record, set in 2018, which used a new detector to triple the resolution of an electron microscope. This previous setup, however, was limited in that it could only image ultrathin samples — those of only a few atoms in thickness. However, the introduction of a new pixel array detector — which incorporates more advanced 3D reconstruction algorithms — enabled a factor of two improvement.  This, the team explains, results in an image that has precision at the level of a picometer, or one-trillionth of a metre. Researchers have broken the record for the highest resolution image ever captured of individual atoms, creating a shot that is 'zoomed in' some 100 million times, as pictured USING THESE IMAGES ...
    More On: ted cruz Ted Cruz says Brian Williams had a ‘hissy fit’ after war of words Ted Cruz mocks ‘woke, emasculated military’ ad, compared to strong Russians Ted Cruz says Biden has ‘lack of backbone’ in support of Israel Ted Cruz blasts Democrats’ ‘dangerous’ election reform bill Sen. Ted Cruz will introduce a resolution this week supporting the US sale of $735 million in weapons to Israel, amid Democratic efforts to block the transaction. “Next week I’m introducing a resolution to approve the arm sales, and I’m going to fight for a vote,” Cruz (R-Tx.) told Fox News in an interview Saturday, “There are a lot of Democrats in the Senate who want to play footsie, want to say ‘well, now, I don’t agree with that antisemitic language from the Squad.’” “Well, let’s vote,” he continued. The Texas senator went on to argue that bringing his resolution to a vote would reveal if Democratic lawmakers would stand firm in support of Israel or “sashay up to the anti-Israel left.” “Let’s decide if you’re willing to send weapons...
    More On: israel How one social media platform is being used to incite violence between Israelis and Palestinians Ted Cruz says Biden has ‘lack of backbone’ in support of Israel Albany GOP proposes pro-Israel measure, stalled by Dems George W. Bush: ‘Iranian influence’ is behind Hamas attacks on Israel Sen. Bernie Sanders is taking a page out of Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s book — introducing a resolution Thursday to block the US sale of $735 million in weapons to Israel in the Senate. A rep for Sanders (I-Vt.) confirmed his plans to The Post Thursday morning, which was first reported by the Washington Post. “At a moment when US-made bombs are devastating Gaza, and killing women and children, we cannot simply let another huge arms sale go through without even a Congressional debate,” the Senate Budget Committee chairman said in a statement. “I believe that the United States must help lead the way to a peaceful and prosperous future for both Israelis and Palestinians. We need to take a hard look at whether the sale of these weapons is...
    More On: israel Iranian general says Hamas attacks shift balance of power in Middle East Pro-Palestine protesters shut down traffic outside Israeli consulate in NYC Netanyahu rejects Biden demand for ‘significant de-escalation’ in Gaza Car trouble: Biden ripped for joking about running over reporter A group of House Democrats led by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez introduced a resolution Wednesday to halt the Biden-approved sale of $735 million in weapons to Israel. In addition to Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), Reps. Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) and Mark Pocan (D-Wis.) joined in introducing the resolution. It was co-sponsored by fellow “Squad” Reps. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.), Ayanna Pressley (D-Mass.) and Cori Bush (D-Mo.), as well as Congressional Progressive Caucus Chair Pramila Jayapal (D-Wash.), Rep. Betty McCollum (D-Minn.) and Rep. André Carson (D-Ind.). Congress was notified on May 5 that the Biden administration had approved the arms sale and that lawmakers would be given a deadline of May 20 to file a resolution objecting. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez introduced a resolution to halt the sale of $735 million in weapons to Israel.Win McNamee/Getty Images President Biden on Wednesday...
    The largest solar telescope in Europe has released unprecedented close-up images of the sun — and they are a little bit terrifying.  GREGOR, a telescope operated by a team of German scientists at the Teide Observatory in Spain, has obtained new high-resolution images of the intricate structure of the sun — the best ever captured by a European telescope, scientists said.  Researchers attributed the never-before-seen detail of the images to a major redesign of the telescope by scientists and engineers at the Leibniz Institute for Solar Physics (KIS). The new optics allow scientists to study magnetic fields, convection, turbulence, solar eruptions and sunspots in greater detail than ever before.  A sunspot observed in high resolution by the GREGOR telescope at the wavelength 430 nm.  KIS A sunspot observed in high resolution by the GREGOR telescope at the wavelength 430 nm. KIS Scientists said that, using GREGOR, they can study details as small as 30 miles across on the sun's surface — a tiny fraction of its 865,000-mile diameter. "This is as if one saw a needle on a soccer field...
    Get ready for Twitter to start looking a whole lot crisper — starting today, the company is letting all users tweet (and view) pictures in 4K on iOS and Android. Twitter’s web app already supports higher-resolution images (at up to 4096 x 4096 resolution), but the mobile apps had been limited to just half that, with a maximum resolution of 2048 x 2048. The company had previously started testing the 4K image upload option for mobile users earlier this year, and it seems those tests went well, as its now rolling out the feature to all users starting today. Time to Tweet those high res pics –– the option to upload and view 4K images on Android and iOS is now available for everyone. To start uploading and viewing images in 4K, update your high-quality image preferences in “Data usage” settings. https://t.co/XDnWOji3nx — Twitter Support (@TwitterSupport) April 21, 2021 In order to enable the new feature, users will have to go to the “data usage” section of the settings menu in the Twitter app and enable both “high-quality...
    22.02.2021 – 21: 24h NASA releases the long-awaited images of the landing of its rover in the Jezero crater of Mars on February 18, 2021, taken from different points of view. Perseverance has 23 cameras, which also include zoom and color functions. 20 minutes Did you like the gallery?Share it see gallerySee again
    Democratic California Rep. Jimmy Gomez (left) announced he’ll be introducing a resolution to expel freshman Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (right) from Congress. (Photos by Tom Williams-Pool/Getty Images and Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images) Loading the player... In a statement posted to his official website Wednesday, Congressman Jimmy Gomez of California announced his plans to introduce a resolution to expel freshman Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene from the United States Congress.  According to his office, Rep. Gomez will be introducing the measure “in light of numerous reports revealing her repeated endorsements of sedition, domestic terrorism and political violence.”  Democratic California Rep. Jimmy Gomez (left) announced he’ll be introducing a resolution to expel freshman Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (right) from Congress. (Photos by Tom Williams-Pool/Getty Images and Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images) In a lengthy statement, the representative from California’s 34th Congressional District writes: “As if it weren’t enough to amplify conspiracy theories that the September 11 attacks were an inside job, and the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School was staged, a string of recent media reports has now confirmed that...
    Stunning new images of the largest canyon in our solar system have been taken by a Nasa probe on Mars. The Valles Marineris is a system of huge canyons that spreads for 2,500 miles along the equator of the Red Planet. It’s nearly ten times as long as the Grand Canyon on Earth. It’s also three times deeper. The sheer size of the canyon system means it’s surrounded in mystery. University of Arizona researchers wanted to explore it more and so they used a high-resolution camera called HiRISE. This camera is onboard Nasa’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. They’ve been taking images of the canyon since 2006 to try and look at its strange features and get some kind of insight into how it formed. The HiRISE instrument aboard NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter captured high-resolution images of Valles Marineris. NASA/JPL/UArizona Earth’s Grand Canyon system is said to have been carved out by billions of years of fast moving water. The Valles Marineris, on the other hand, may have been formed due to huge amount of volcanic activity. One theory is that Mars’s...
    Taking into account that updating an instrument as complex as a telescope of this caliber requires a lot of time, the time of forced quarantine served to improve GREGOR by replacing two optical elements designed and polished cwith a precision of 6 nanometers, roughly less than one-tenth the width of a human hair. “The project was quite risky because such telescope upgrades often take years, but great teamwork and meticulous planning have led to this success. Now we have a powerful instrument to solve puzzles about the Sun“explained Svetlana Berdyugina, director of the Leibniz Institute for Solar Physics (KIS). These are the highest resolution images ever taken of the Sun by a European telescope, revealing spectacular details of the evolution of sunspots and structures in solar plasma. All of this will allow solar scientists to study a wide range of possibilities such as magnetic fields, convection, turbulence, solar flares, and sunspots in astonishing detail.
    Europe’s largest telescope captures stunning images of the sun, showing complex details about sunspots and plasma unlike anything researchers have seen before Europe’s largest telescope captures the sun’s first high-resolution images It broke the solar magnetic fields taken at a wavelength of 516 nanometers The telescope was able to take a picture of sunspots at 430 nanometers The team claims that this achievement is due to the corona virus locking and new optical capabilities Written by Stacy Liberdore for Dailymail.com Published: 17:37 EDT, 4 September 2020 | Updated: 18:42 EDT, 4 September 2020 The sun burns more than 93 million miles from Earth, but the new images give a closer look at intricate structures 30 miles away on its fiery surface. Using Europe’s largest telescope, known as the GREGOR, scientists captured staggering details about solar dot evolution and the complex design of solar plasma. The team attributes the high resolution images observed by a European telescope to the new optics, which are capable of exploring the largest star’s magnetic fields, convection, solar flares,...
    Europe’s largest solar telescope has released unprecedented Close-up pictures Of the sun – they are a little terrifying. Gregor, a telescope operated by a team of German scientists at the DEAT laboratory in Spain, has obtained new high – resolution images of the complex structure of the sun – the best, captured by a European telescope. Scientists said. Scientists and engineers at the Leibniz Institute for Solar Physics (KIS) have unveiled images of a large redesign of the telescope. The new optics allows scientists to study magnetic fields, convection, turbulence, solar flares and sunspots in more detail than ever before.A sunspot seen at high resolution by the GREGOR telescope at a wavelength of 430 Nm. K.I.S. A sunspot seen at high resolution by the GREGOR telescope at a wavelength of 430 Nm. K.I.S. Scientists, using GREGOR, can study data at a distance of 30 miles from the surface of the sun – a small area with a diameter of 865,000 miles. “It’s like seeing a needle in a haystack from a...
    The largest solar telescope in Europe has released unprecedented close-up images of the sun — and they are a little bit terrifying.  GREGOR, a telescope operated by a team of German scientists at the Teide Observatory in Spain, has obtained new high-resolution images of the intricate structure of the sun — the best ever captured by a European telescope, scientists said.  Researchers attributed the never-before-seen detail of the images to a major redesign of the telescope by scientists and engineers at the Leibniz Institute for Solar Physics (KIS). The new optics allow scientists to study magnetic fields, convection, turbulence, solar eruptions and sunspots in greater detail than ever before.  A sunspot observed in high resolution by the GREGOR telescope at the wavelength 430 nm.  KIS A sunspot observed in high resolution by the GREGOR telescope at the wavelength 430 nm. KIS Scientists said that, using GREGOR, they can study details as small as 30 miles across on the sun's surface — a tiny fraction of its 865,000-mile diameter. "This is as if one saw a needle on a soccer field...
    By Dan Williams JERUSALEM (Reuters) - An Israeli official flagged a possible security risk on Monday following a U.S. move to allow American providers to sell clearer satellite images of Israel and the Palestinian territories. Under a 1997 U.S. regulation known as the Kyl-Bingaman Amendment, satellite images of Israel and the Palestinian territories used in services like Google Earth could show items no smaller than 2 metres (6.56 ft) across. The curb, Israel had argued, would help prevent enemies using public-domain information to spy on its sensitive sites. But the U.S. Commercial Remote Sensing Regulatory Affairs Office said on June 25 it would allow enhanced resolutions of 0.4 metre. In a statement to Reuters, the agency said "a number of foreign sources" are already producing and disseminating sub-2 m. imagery of Israel. Amnon Harari, head of space programmes at Israel's Defence Ministry, said he believed the move was designed to ease international competition for U.S. commercial satellites, adding: "I don't think they (Americans) asked us" in advance. "We are in a process of studying what exactly is written there, what...
    An artificial intelligence-powered tool that transforms pixelated images into clear photos has been accused of racial bias. Called Face Depixelizer, the tool was released on Twitter for users to test, who found the technology is unable to process Black faces properly. The tool transformed a pixelated image of Barack Obama into a a white man and other examples included Representative Alexandria-Ocasio Cortez and actress Lucy Liu - all of which were reconstructed to look white. The Face Depixelizer is based on an AI tool developed by a team at Duke University, which uses a method called PULSE that searches through AI-generated images of high-resolution faces to match ones that look similar to the input image when compressed to the same size. Scroll down for video  An artificial intelligence-powered tool that transforms pixelated images into clear photos has been accused of racial bias. It transformed a pixelated image of Barack Obama (left) into a white man (right) The Duke team used a machine learning tool with two neural networks – one develops the AI-create human faces that mimics the ones it was...
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