Home Search

gambar film angry bird space - search results

If you're not happy with the results, please do another search
X-37B, a notoriously mysterious military space plane operated by the US Air Force, has launched from Florida, the third flight in a secretive test programme

0 13

...t, designed by aerospace giant Boeing, shares more than just a passing similarity to the now-retired space shuttle. It is just a quarter the size of the shuttle, but is launched on a rocket – the Atlas V. It is coated in thermal tiles to withstand the heat of re-entry, after which it lands on its own gear autonomously. X-37B, a notoriously mysterious military space plane operated by the US...

A group of billionaire entrepreneurs set up prospecting company Planetary Resources and plans to mine asteroids for their resources

0 38

...ces and plans to mine asteroids for their resources. The multi-million-dollar plan would use robotic spacecraft to squeeze chemical components of fuel and minerals such as platinum and gold out of the rocks. The founders include film director and explorer James Cameron as well as Google’s chief executive Larry Page and its executive chairman Eric Schmidt. They even aim to create a fuel depot...

NASA Solar Dynamics Observatory captured a dark, planet-sized Death Star-like object flying close to the sun on Monday

0 77

...n Monday. The black Jupiter-sized orb is briefly engulfed in light from the sun, then flies off into space. A video edited from the Solar Dynamics Observatory’s photos inspired a wave of speculation on YouTube. The imagery was captured by NASA’s space telescope and edited together by a YouTube user, Sunsflare, who challenged experts to explain the strange “visitor”. Naturally, the spac...

"Angry Birds" from Rovio

0 55

Rovio Entertainment , the organization in the back of the “Angry Birds” mobile-phone game, is apparently in conversations to obtain financing that could price this company about $1.2 billion, Bloomberg states. In the “Angry Birds“, participants help a small grouping of slingshot-aided-birds get rid of pigs who stole their eggs. Two people having knowledge of the actual discussions inf...

Rovio is launching Amazing Alex, its first new franchise since 2009

0 39

Rovio, the creator of Angry Birds video games, is launching Amazing Alex, its first new franchise since 2009. Amazing Alex’s performance will be closely watched after the firm’s earlier series racked up more than one billion downloads. Players must arrange objects on screen to create a chain reaction in which each piece of the puzzle has an effect on another until the goal is achieved...

China announces it will carry out manned space flight Shenzhou 9 at some point in the middle of June

0 46

China announces it will carry out manned space flight Shenzhou 9 at some point in the middle of June. A rocket carrying the Shenzhou 9 spacecraft has been moved to a launch pad in the north-west of the country. According to state news agency Xinhua, it will carry three astronauts – possibly including a woman – to the Taingong 1 space station module. This will be China’s fourth m...

The AMS has seen evidence for what could be dark matter colliding with itself in a process known as annihilation

0 17

The first signs of dark matter, a mysterious component of the Universe, have been observed during a $2 billion experiment on the International Space Station (ISS). The Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS) surveys the sky for high-energy particles, or cosmic rays. The AMS – a particle physics machine nicknamed the “Space LHC” in reference to the Large Hadron Collider here on Earth &...

A Soyuz rocket is delivering the Olympic torch to the International Space Station

0 62

Russia has sent the Olympic torch into space ahead of the Sochi Winter Games. A Soyuz rocket is delivering the torch to the International Space Station- as part of efforts to showcase next year’s games in Russia. On Saturday, two Russian cosmonauts will take it on a historic first spacewalk. The torch will not be lit. The Soyuz rocket blasted off at 04:14:25 GMT from the Baikonur cosmodrome...

Austrian daredevil Felix Baumgartner fell has been proved to be even faster during his historic skydive last October than was originally thought

0 92

...ns learned would inform the development of new ideas for emergency evacuation from vehicles, such as spacecraft, passing through the stratosphere. “Together, we proved that a human in freefall can break the speed of sound returning from near space, going through a transonic phase and landing safely on the ground,” said Dr. Jonathan Clark, a former space shuttle flight surgeon and the R...

Horsehead Nebula is a distinctively shaped molecular gas cloud sited some 1,300 light-years from Earth in the Constellation Orion

0 58

Herschel space telescope in Europe has imaged one of the most popular subjects in the sky – the Horsehead Nebula – and its environs. Horsehead Nebula is a distinctively shaped molecular gas cloud sited some 1,300 light-years from Earth in the Constellation Orion. It is in a region of space undergoing active star formation – something Herschel has been most keen to study. The Hub...

SpaceX unmanned Dragon cargo ship has been successfully attached to the International Space Station (ISS)

0 42

SpaceX unmanned Dragon cargo ship has been successfully attached to the International Space Station (ISS). Astronauts onboard the platform used its robotic arm to grasp the vehicle and attach it to a berthing port. Dragon is the first commercial vessel to visit the space station. It is also the first American ship to go to the orbiting laboratory since NASA retired its shuttles last year. US astr...

0 28

...doesn’t mean it is habitable.” Like Kepler-22b, the two new planets were found by the American space agency NASA’s Kepler space telescope – which scans distant stars for the signs of “transits”, planets passing in front of them. The findings are reported Wednesday in an early online edition of the journal Nature. Both planets are part of a solar system family already known to con...

Startram is a proposed “space train” that could make cheaper journeys beyond Earth's atmosphere and will allow 4 million people a year to travel to space by 2032

0 27

...scientists behind the $60 billion proposal claim it could revolutionize industry, allowing for cheap space-based solar power and generating unimaginable wealth from mines on asteroids. “Startram is based on existing maglev technology and basic physics. A motivated nation could build a startram system capable of launching 300,000 tons of payload into orbit for less than $40/kg,” say the space train...

Snaidero Skyline 2

0 73

...xtremely ergonomic use of the operational area, with the advantage of overvaluation of the operative space. The end customer can draw your shaping choice of the work plan: from the point of view of Skyline 2.0 Lucci and Orlandini Design Industrial Snaidero can implement any type of form or design, adapting perfectly to the most refined requirements related to space or domestic habits. The projec...

NASA is to test color-changing lights on the ISS as part of efforts to help astronauts on board sleep

0 42

NASA is to test color-changing lights on the International Space Station (ISS) as part of efforts to help astronauts on board sleep. The US space agency will initially swap a fluorescent panel with a solid-state lighting module (SSLM) containing LEDs which produces a blue, whitish or red-colored light depending on the time. It says the move may help combat insomnia which can make depression, sick...

Tommy Jordan has taught his disgruntled teenage daughter a very public lesson in respecting one’s elders by shooting her laptop on camera and then publishing the video on her Facebook page

2 100

Tommy Jordan, an angry father from Albemarle, North Carolina, has taught his disgruntled teenage daughter a very public lesson in respecting one’s elders by shooting her laptop on camera and then publishing the video on her Facebook page. Tommy Jordan made the video after his 15-year-old daughter Hannah had apparently written a Facebook post complaining about all of the chores she has to do at ho...

About 50 police escorted PM Julia Gillard and Tony Abbott from Canberra's Lobby restaurant after it was surrounded by some 200 supporters of the city's Aboriginal Tent Embassy

0 51

Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard and leader of the opposition Tony Abbott had to be rescued after becoming trapped in a restaurant by angry protesters, local media reports. Riot police formed a shield around the prime minister as they helped her force a path through the protesters who surrounded a restaurant where she was attending an awards ceremony to mark Australia Day. About 50 police...

Angry Birds home pages have been hacked, two days after reports that the personal data of its customers might have been accessed by the NSA and GCHQ

0 36

Angry Birds home pages have been hacked, two days after reports that the personal data of its customers might have been accessed by the NSA and British spy agency GCHQ, Rovio Entertainment Ltd. has announced. Rovio spokeswoman says the hacking lasted a few minutes early Wednesday and that end-user data “was in no risk at any point”. Angry Birds home pages have been hacked, two days a...

Psychologists say actually getting angry can be the best way to solve marriage problems

0 37

Psychologists say actually getting angry can be the best way to solve marriage problems. James McNulty, associate professor at the University of Tennessee, found that forgiving may actually build up resentment. He said the “short-term discomfort of an angry but honest conversation” can benefit the health of a relationship in the long term. “I continued to find evidence that thoughts and behaviors...

The NSA and GCHQ routinely try to gain access to personal data from Angry Birds and other mobile applications

0 45

...e agency is quoted as saying. Another GCHQ report, in 2012, laid out how to extract information from Angry Birds user information from phones on the Android operating system. The game has been download 1.7 billion times across the world. The NSA and GCHQ routinely try to gain access to personal data from Angry Birds and other mobile applications The GCHQ said it would not comment on intelligence...

NASA's WISE space telescope has added to its list of spectacular finds, spotting millions of supermassive black holes and hot galaxies

0 40

NASA’s Wide-Field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE) space telescope has added to its list of spectacular finds, spotting millions of supermassive black holes and blisteringly hot, “extreme” galaxies. The finds once lay obscured behind dust. But WISE can see in wavelengths correlated with heat, seeing for the first time some of the brightest objects in the Universe. The haul will h...

All Syrian planes have been banned from Turkish air space

0 21

All Syrian planes have been banned from Turkish air space, Turkey’s foreign ministry has announced. The ban follows similar restrictions imposed by Syria, after a Syrian plane alleged to be carrying Russian munitions was intercepted by Turkey. Turkey’s ban came in on Saturday night and was communicated to Syria, but was only made public on Sunday. It applies to civilian aircraft, as militar...

Huge asteroid 1998 QE2, that measures nearly 1.7 miles across, is set to fly past the Earth

0 25

...an the asteroid “near-miss” that occurred in February – but Friday’s passing space rock is more than 50,000 times larger. Prof. Alan Fitzsimmons, an astronomer at Queen’s University Belfast, said: “It’s a big one. And there are very few of these objects known – there are probably only about 600 or so of this size or larger in near-Earth space. ̶...

An image of a "barred spiral" galaxy that could help us better understand our own Milky Way has been captured by Hubble space telescope

0 46

...iral" galaxy that could help us better understand our own Milky Way has been captured by Hubble space telescope The new picture also continues the Hubble space telescope’s long heritage of striking astronomical images. In the upper left of the image is a cluster showing recent star formation that is just visible to Hubble’s cameras. But it is a bright source in X-ray light; astron...

JK Rowling has said she feels "very angry" after finding out her pseudonym Robert Galbraith was leaked by a legal firm

0 49

Harry Potter author JK Rowling has said she feels “very angry” after finding out her pseudonym Robert Galbraith was leaked by a legal firm. JK Rowling was revealed as the writer of crime novel The Cuckoo’s Calling in the Sunday Times. She found out the leak came from law firm Russells, whom she had assumed she “could expect total confidentiality from”. “I feel...