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Grab Your Shades - NASA's Solar Probe Plus to Show Incredible Detail

Grab Your Shades - NASA's Solar Probe Plus to Show Incredible Detail

EDT, using the moon covering about 89 percent from the sun in the peak of their journey over the sun's face. Earlier this year, Nasa first revealed they'd be sending a robot to the sun to help understand risky solar activity which could threaten humanity's existence.


Forensic linguistic analysis of wannacry points to Southern China

Forensic linguistic analysis of wannacry points to Southern China

The English text also used some unusual phrases such as: " But you have not so enough time ". The internet security company claimed that analysis revealed that the ransom note was written first in Chinese and then manually translated into English-before using Google Translate to convert the note into other languages.


New Nokia phones release date set for end of June

New Nokia phones release date set for end of June

The trio of new Nokia phones are about to be let loose around the world as the release date for the Nokia 6 , Nokia 5 and Nokia 3 has now been confirmed . The company is looking forward to make its presence felt in the Android universe with Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6. The device is expected to launch at a price below Rs 20,000.


ICC Champions Trophy: England look to action man Ben Stokes

ICC Champions Trophy: England look to action man Ben Stokes

Fast bowlers Kagiso Rabada and Wayne Parnell snared seven wickets as South Africa bowled England out for just 153 runs after a top-order collapse in their third and final one-day worldwide on Monday. They were subsequently bowled out for 153 in only 31.1 overs, before the tourists sealed victory in 28.5 either side of the lunch break in the third and final Royal London Series match.


Trump Tweets Thanks To US Service Members

Trump Tweets Thanks To US Service Members

Horton passed in 2011 in Pakistan, three months into his deployment, when he was hit by enemy fire. Bob Dole, who was severely wounded in action during World War II. Response to Trump's speech on Memorial Day has been overwhelmingly positive, with ABC describing it as a "solemn tribute" and New York Magazine author Ed Kilgore calling it " entirely appropriate and occasionally eloquent ".