It’s a new ultra-detailed image of one of the jewels of the southern hemisphere’s night sky, and it probably reminds you of something—namely the Hubble Space Telescope’s famous image of the Eagle Nebula called the “Pillars of Creation.”
The object of this new photo is the “Carina Nebula,” a region of space where stars are born a whopping 7,500 light-years away from our Solar System. It’s also a region where only space telescopes—well clear of the interference of Earth’s atmosphere—can take such images.
Or, at least, that used to be true. You see, the above image wasn’t taken by Hubble or any other orbiting space telescope, but by a team of astronomers using the Gemini South telescope atop a
The first image of a black hole, captured in 2019, has revealed more support for Albert Einstein’s theory of general relativity. The new finding has suggested his theory is now 500 times harder to beat.
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Sep 30, 2020 (The Expresswire) — Mobile Photo Printer Market” is valued at 2491.3 million USD in 2020 is expected to reach 5732.5 million USD by the end of 2026, growing at a CAGR of 12.5% during 2021-2026, According to New Research Study. 360 Research Reports provides key analysis on the global market in a report, titled “Mobile Photo Printer Market by Types (Desktop Type, Handheld Type), Applications (Online Sales, Offline Sales) and Region – Global Forecast to 2026” Browse Market data Tables and Figures spread through 95 Pages and in-depth TOC on Mobile Photo Printer Market.
COVID-19 can affect the global economy in three main ways: by directly affecting production and demand, by creating supply chain and market disruption, and by its financial impact on firms and financial markets.
I have been taking photos of food for my work for something close to 10 years. Colleagues of mine will attest — because I say it all the time — that when it comes to shooting in a working restaurant, I always feel self-conscious, turning mealtime, (mine and everyone’s around me) into a tiny spectacle as I shift plates, stand up, search for optimal lighting, occasionally employing my own while using the “voice activation” on my camera to snap my shots.
But this is my job and, as the saying goes, the camera eats first.
The other day, after dragging the coffee table across the room toward the window, working against time as the day’s beautiful natural light began to fade, I stood on my coffee table, phone cam aimed down at a dish of roast pork chow fun. Snap after snap I rotated the bowl to allow the glistening
The global recession, triggered by the coronavirus pandemic, has pushed brands to get more creative with their advertising because consumers are cutting back. Within beauty, several companies are spending less on traditional ads, while looking for new ways to break through the glut of content out there. In a press release, Estee Lauder highlighted it being the “first beauty brand to go into space” as a means to tout its “skincare innovation.”
The Northrop Grumman Antares rocket that will transport the skin serum as part of a supply run is scheduled to launch on Tuesday night from Wallops Island, Virginia. The Cygnus cargo craft will then dock on the space station early Saturday.
Estee Lauder’s push into micro-gravity is part of NASA’s effort to commercialize low-earth orbit and make it a domain where private enterprise eventually does business as routinely as the government conducts spacewalks. Companies from Goodyear Tire &
Estee Lauder Cos. is sending its newest skincare formula into space, and it’ll cost only about as much as paying a big influencer for a few Instagram posts.
The U.S. cosmetics giant is spending $128,000 for NASA to fly 10 bottles of its skin serum to the International Space Station. Once there, astronauts will take pictures of Estee Lauder’s Advanced Night Repair in the cupola control tower, which has panoramic views of the cosmos. The images will be used on social media, with the company planning to auction one bottle off for charity when the items return to Earth this spring.
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The release reads:
IDC LAUNCHES FUTURE OF CONNECTEDNESS FRAMEWORK THAT ADDRESSES NEED FOR TIMELY MOVEMENT OF DATA ACROSS PEOPLE, THINGS, APPLICATIONS, AND PROCESSES IN THE FUTURE ENTERPRISE
Today, connectivity is more important than ever before. COVID-19 has shone a light on the capabilities that connectedness provides. It is a key enabler for business continuity and resiliency, allows for scalable access anytime anywhere, provides real-time insights, and creates pervasive digital experiences. International Data Corporation (IDC) reports that connectivity is now recognized by CEOs as one of the top three strategic elements in their digital transformation strategy. As organizations and consumers seek secure, real-time personalized insight where they live, work, and play, borderless connectivity becomes a fundamental strategic imperative for any digital transformation.
IDC gathered a group of its leading telecommunications, networking, and services analysts across the globe to
A stark warning for Instagram users today, with a new security report claiming a user’s app could have been hacked by nothing more than a single photo texted to their iPhone or Android smartphone. And while the specific issue has now been patched by Facebook, with updates issued for Instagram’s hundreds of millions of Android and iOS users, the dangers of downloading images and other files messaged to our phones remains.
According to the research team at Check Point, “the critical vulnerability… would have allowed an attacker to perform any action of choice inside Instagram – read DMs, delete or post content, manipulate account details, as well as the ability to turn a victim’s phone into a spying tool to access GPS location, phone contacts and camera.”
“The attacker would only need a single, malicious image to execute the attack,” Check Point says, and that