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A Hole 4 xs Size of Earth Has Been Ripped in Its Magnetic Sphere

NASA's THEMIS mission has shocked the geomagnetic world, reporting results which overturn decades of conventional wisdom. Which is good, because if all satellites did was say "Yep, you were right all along" we'd probably stop sending them. In this case the results are totally movie-tastic - a hole has been ripped in Earth's magnetosphere, and it's four times larger than Earth itself.

THEMIS (Time History of Events and Macroscale Interactions during Substorms) is a five probe mission to investigate the science behind the aurora borealis. That might sound like a frivolous reason for a two hundred million dollar mission, but there are two things you forget. One, this is more than colored lights, it's a hugely interesting aspect of the magnetosphere which we kind of need to live. Two, scientists would look pretty stupid examining black holes halfway across the galaxy if their answer to "Why does half the sky go on fire once in a while?" was "I'unno."

The THEMIS probes were sent up to examine the magnetosphere, and were therefore surprised to fly through a huge bloody hole being ripped in the thing by the solar wind. Connections made between the solar and terran magnetic field lines allowed huge swathes of particles to plow through, breaching the magnetosphere, loading the field with plasma and a bunch of other things that sound more Star Trek than NASA.

So why aren't we dead? Didn't "The Core" teach us that without the field we're all toast? Well, the first lesson is that "The Core" isn't exactly a good source of science education. The other is the scale of the magnetosphere - the barrier created between Earth's magnetic field and the solar wind is over sixty thousand kilometers away from the Earth. A hole "four times the size of Earth" is less than 4% of the whole thing, so it's not exactly "hide in a cave and begin the breakdown of civilization" time just yet.

It is, however, "radically re-evaluate our understanding of a vital piece of the universe based on sweet, delicious new data" time. Which is a good scientist's favorite time.



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SeaJey, ты откуда берешь такие "игривые" статьи? я никак не пойму, то ли это "очень американский" язык, то ли просто стиль такой, практически полуслэнговый. Я, честно говоря, часто запинаюсь...

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Дан напиши что ты будешь брать, чтобы я непереводила. Я хочу еще статьи взять


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angel23, все, только одну ту, Are Supermassive Black Holes at the Center of All Galaxies? New Research Says "Yes"

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беру на перевод статьи:
- Brain Computer - The Cyborg Edition
- Nanoneural Upgrade Creates Something Half Brain, Half Ultra-Tech


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Дан, места надо знать ;)
Ну а вообще, до мембрановских им ещё далеко, вот уж где мозг можно сломать в попытках понять заголовок :)



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Дан, возьмёшься?

Sunborn: Robots In N-Space

SF author Jeffrey A. Carver told SCI FI Wire that his latest novel, Sunborn--which is a continuation of his series The Chaos Chronicles--combines his own personal, almost fanatic, sense of cosmic wonder with the continuing development of a growing cast of characters: human, alien and robotic.

"It joins the real science of such things as starbirth, stardeath and dark matter with edgy speculation about n-space, sentient stars and other beings without tangible bodies, and a dollop of alien super-science," Carver said in an interview.

In Sunborn, former survey pilot and vanished savior of Earth John Bandicut arrives on a deserted interstellar waystation and is greeted by a robot named Jeaves who tells him of a crisis in a stellar nursery called Starmaker, better known to human astronomers as the Orion Nebula.

"Dangerous hypergravity shock waves are emanating from the nebula from an unknown cause," Carver said. "The shock waves, propagating through n-space, are endangering newly born stars, which happen to be sentient. In addition to the danger to the stars, whatever is happening out there may endanger worlds as far away as thousands of light-years, including Earth. Jeaves urges [Bandicut and] company to mount an expedition to find the source of the problem. The robot's argument is bolstered by the appearance of a hyperdimensional being they call Ed, who begs for help for his own homeworld, which is being destroyed by the space-time convulsions."

Bandicut and company reluctantly agree. "Traveling through n-space in a vessel that is itself little more than complex n-space fields wrapped around them, they encounter a pair of cloudlike beings, quantum fluctuations in space named Deeaab and Daarooaack, whom they call Deep and Dark," Carver said. "With the help of Deep, they communicate with a dying sun at the edge of the nebula and learn that the source of the disturbance lies deep in the heart of Starmaker, near the star cluster known to Bandicut as the Trapezium. There, a new star is being altered somehow and brought to the brink of explosion as a hypernova."

They discover, however, that the process is no natural phenomenon. "[It's] the work of an ancient machine intelligence called the Mindaru, survivors of an ancient war, one that devastated entire civilizations near the center of the galaxy, hundreds of millions of years ago," Carver said. "Exactly what the Mindaru are doing, how they are going to trigger a hypernova, and what--if anything--can be done to stop it is what Bandicut and his alien friends must learn. And that search will take them deep into a living star on the brink of cosmic cataclysm."

The entire Chaos Chronicles series--including Sunborn--is available in free eBook downloads via Carver's Web site.



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Wood Sings About Spidey Musical!

Evan Rachel Wood was thrilled to discuss her upcoming part as Mary Jane in the Spider-Man Broadway musical in Los Angeles last week, where she was promoting The Wrestler. SCI FI Wire was on hand to get all the details on Spidey's Broadway debut.

"I'm doing Spider-Man on Broadway, starting in June," Wood told SCI FI Wire. "After I colored my hair, I went, 'Duh, Mary Jane.' I sent a photo to the director. I'm really excited. It's Julie Taymor, who did The Lion King on Broadway and she's really kind of doing the same thing. [She] takes it to this whole other level. It's awesome! It's really spectacular. They're using new technology and wirework."

The musical will draw from multiple sources for the storyline and will even include a new villain. "It will pull some things from the films, but it's based more on the comic book and the origin of Spider-Man. There's going to be old villains and new villains. Wait until you see the villains. I wish I could tell you who the villain is. There's one [new villain] that is more of a Greek mythology kind of thing."

U2's Bono and The Edge are already hard at work on the music for the show. Wood beamed as she spoke of rehearsing with the rock legends: "It's so good. It makes me cry."

The part of Peter Parker/Spider-Man hasn't been cast just yet, but the actress said that her Across the Universe co-star Jim Sturgess has been offered the part. "He did the workshop with me, [and] we're still trying to convince him to play Spider-Man. He's such a huge U2 fan, and there was one time he was learning a song and Bono and The Edge were playing the other parts, so they were basically being his backup singers. And I just remember taking him aside and going, 'Bono and The Edge were just your backup singers! Can you just enjoy this moment for me right now, please?'"

Everyone's favorite neighborhood webcrawler will leave the singing to his alter-ego, however, focusing on action rather than music when he dons the skintight red and blue. "Spider-Man never sings in tights, only as Peter Parker," Wood said with a laugh. "A man does not sing in spandex, so that was a big deal."

The show should surface on Broadway in late 2009 after a lengthy rehearsal process. "We start [rehearsals] in June and go up in October," Wood said. "It's going to be a year in total. I've always wanted to do it, and I'm never going to get another opportunity like that."



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SeaJey, хорошо, только не сразу, если сроки не поджимают - неделя нормально? Если нет, то отдай еще кому-нибудь.

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Дан, нормуль.
Тут уже переведенный все не успеваю оформить, и ещё с одним текстом поработать нужно.



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Что осталось непереведенного, что можно взять на перевод?

Dixi quod potui, dicant meliora potentes

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Ziriaell,

Sunborn: Robots In N-Space
Brain Computer - The Cyborg Edition
Are Supermassive Black Holes at the Center of All Galaxies? New Research Says "Yes"
Space-Robot Designers Needed -"What Color's Your Spaceship?"

- в работе.
Сейчас посмотрю, чего ещё есть из новенького.



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New Discovery Shows Water Abundant in Early Universe -The Key Building Block of Life

Water vapor is thought to exist in clouds of dust and gas that feed the supermassive black hole at the center of an ancient quasar 11.1 billion years distant from Earth. The detection was later confirmed by high-resolution interferometric observations with the Expanded Very Large Array.

A research group from the Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy used the 100 m Effelsberg radio telescope to detect the water at the greatest distance from Earth so far recorded. The water vapour was discovered in the quasar MG J0414+0534 at redshift 2.64, which corresponds to a light travel time of 11.1 billion years, a time when the Universe was only a fifth of the age it is today.

The discovery of water in the early Universe was possible only due to the chance alignment of a foreground galaxy and the distant quasar MG J0414+0534. The foreground galaxy acts like a cosmic telescope, magnifying and distorting the light from the quasar forming four distinct images of the quasar. Without this gravitational lensing effect, 580 days of continuous observations with the 100 m telescope would have been needed instead of the 14 hours used to make this remarkable discovery. "Others have tried and failed to find water, and we knew we were looking for a very faint signal", says Violette Impellizzeri a team leader, "so we thought of using a foreground galaxy like a cosmic magnifying glass to observe at a far greater distance and had to be persistent, and sure enough the line emission of water popped up."

"It is interesting that we found water in the first gravitationally-magnified object we observed from the distant Universe", says co-author John McKean. "This suggests that the water molecule may have been much more abundant in the early Universe than first thought, and can be used for further research into supermassive black holes and galaxy evolution at high redshift."

The water emission was seen in the form of a maser, that is, beamed radiation similar to a laser, but at microwaves wavelengths. The signal corresponds to a luminosity of 10,000 times the luminosity of the Sun. Such astrophysical masers are known to originate in regions of hot and dense dust and gas. With the detection of water from MG J0414+0534 it is the first time such a dense gas component has been observed in the early Universe and shows that the conditions for the water molecule to form and survive already existed only 2.5 billion years after the Big Bang.

Water masers have been found in a number of galaxies at closer distances. Typically, they are thought to arise in the hot gas and dust closely orbiting a supermassive black hole at the galaxy's core. This amplified radio emission is more often observed when the orbiting disk is seen nearly edge-on. However, the astronomers say MG J0414+0534 is oriented with the disk almost face-on as seen from Earth. "This may mean that the water molecules in the masers we're seeing are not in the disk, but in the superfast jets of material being ejected by the gravitational power of the black hole," explains John McKean.

For the future, the detection of water in distant galaxies may still be challenging due to the sensitivity limitations of current day telescopes. Of the nearby galaxies within half a billion light years from Earth only about one hundred galaxies show detectable water vapor emission, and almost all of them are relatively nearby. "In 2003 I participated in the detection of H2O megamaser emission in the galaxy 3C 403", says Christian Henkel, co-author of the study. At that time it was the most distant galaxy where water had been detected. Later on, this record went to a galaxy with water emission at redshift 0.66, (light travel time of 6 billion years). "Now, MG J0414+0534 at redshift 2.64, is by far the most distant galaxy to show water vapor emission" he continues.

"Because water masers arise near the cores of galaxies, our result opens new interesting possibilities for studying supermassive black holes at a time when galaxies were forming", concludes Violette Impellizzeri. "It will also generate further searches for water in other distant galaxies with the telescopes we have at our disposal today and with the next generation of radio telescopes; we now know water is out there."

The Effelsberg radio telescope is operated by the Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy (MPIfR) and has played an important role in finding water masers and using them to study the properties of black holes in nearby galaxies. The first extragalactic water maser was found using Effelsberg in 1977 (in the nearby galaxy M33), the same year the two lead authors were born. For a while, the 100m telescope held the record for the most distant galaxy known to harbor a water maser (3C 403 at redshift 0.06). With MG J0414+0534, it has now reclaimed this record.

The Very Large Array is operated by the National Radio Astronomy Observatory and consists of twenty-seven 25 m radio telescopes that are linked to form an interferometer. It is currently undergoing an upgrade to become the Expanded Very Large Array (EVLA) which opens up new frequency ranges for radio astronomers to use. The new 4 GHz to 8 GHz receiver on nine EVLA radio telescopes were used for this work.



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Venus Once Had as Much Water as Earth -What Happened?

The conditions on Venus are hard to describe. Many planetary scientists say "Start by imagining Hell and work up from there." It's an environment where words like "over 500 degrees Celsius" get thrown around, and it's flat-out crushed every probe we've sent into it. Even worse, there's almost no water, and the European Space Agency have been finding out why.

Venus was created at about the same time as Earth, in about the same place, and it's roughly the same size - it would therefore have started with the same materials as us, drawn together from the same region of the planet forming dust left over from the sun. But Venus now has only 0.001% of our water content, and a couple of flybys by the dynamically named Venus Express may have revealed the reason.

Last year the probe discovered hydrogen and oxygen streaming off the night side of the planet in a 2:1 ratio, which you might recognise as the ratio in H20. If not, we're sure you can now deduce it. It seems that what little water Venus has left is being blasted apart in the atmosphere by the solar wind, a vast stream of charged particles blown out by the sun. Now, the Express has passed by the dayside and measured almost three hundred kilograms of hydrogen a day being lost into space. It hasn't found any oxygen yet, but the search continues.

Earth is defended from the atmosphere-flensing radiation by its magnetic field, and the data set indicating how vital that is may be short, but it's quite compelling. Earth, magnetic field, alive. Venus, none, dead. Mars, none, dead. We may want to hold on to this thing. Not that we have the tech to do anything about it should it stop or decide to flip or something. Luckily, it would never do such a thing.

Wait, it does do that? Oh. Well, good luck, us.



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Preparing Humanity for the Rise of Robots

An eminent roboticist is warning the people of Earth that we must prepare defenses against the rise of the robots. But for once it isn't Dr Cyboz doing so from the top of an overloading Cyber-Tower - in fact, he hasn't even built the rebelling robots. And an article in the journal Science hardly counts as a desperate rallying cry.

The scientist in question is Professor Noel Sharkey of the University of Sheffield, who's noticed that there are something like five and a half million robots in action in the private sector and said "Crikey, that's a lot." Especially since there are expected to be more than twice that by 2010, because if there's one thing the movies have taught us it's that a geometrically increasing population of robots is nothing to worry about.

Prof Sharkey's point is that while public interest in robotics has increased, the public's protection against them hasn't - and we're not talking desperate bands of fleshy rebels, we're talking about the real weaponry of the modern age: legislation. The only legal framework applied to robotics is the usual "try not to build anything that actively kills people" boilerplate, and while that's a very good rule it hardly covers the complexity of human-robot interactions.

So far there haven't been too many problems because the early-adopters that have machines in the home tends to be tech-savvy - they're not the kind of people who need boldface instructions like "DO NOT TAKE A BATH WITH YOUR ROBOT WHILE JUGGLING CHAINSAWS." Besides, there's only so much damage a vacuum cleaner can do. But with increasingly interactive robots on the way, Sharkey foresees serious psychological issues in the offing and urges consideration of the moral and ethical factors.

A problem with this is that the leading source of robotic funding is the military, whose ethical factors tend to start with "Will it kill them quickly?" and end with "If not, will we get caught?" Even the makers of your rascally Roomba are deeply into defense. That's not necessarily a bad thing - of all the employers in the wold, the army are the ones we'd most like to use machines instead of people (unless you're volunteering to get shot at while clearing minefields).

The real problem is that there's a real distance between realising the importance of some Laws of Robotics and making them actually happen. As long as there are defense dollars and private sector payoffs to be had, you need more muscle than "actually being the beardies who build the things" to get a say in the result. Governments simply won't get involved fast enough until after the first accident or ten.

Machines are going to be great, and robots will help in a million different ways - but if you actually want to be safe, you may have to go hide under Crystal Mountain. We hear John Connor is looking for some extra help.



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Unmasking Jupiter's Europa -Does Its Hidden Ocean Harbor Life?

Europa. One of the most interesting non-Earth locations in the solar system. Never mind ice and occasional puddles, this moon has entire oceans - and where there's water, we can't help but hope there's life. Recent results show that there are heat sources to drive evolution of such as well, but there's still debate over what's actually going on in there.

The key point of contention is the satellites crunchy ice covering. We know that the Jovian moon is coated in kilometers of frozen material, but that sort of handwaving figure can get you in trouble - exactly how many kilometers there are can make all the difference. We believe that the European core is heated by the massive tidal forces applied by Jupiter - but how does that heat radiate into space?

Most scientists believe that the subEuropan seas are locked under tens of kilometers of ice. Heat is then conducted from the warm core by bulk convective motion of ice - huge chunks of frozen material literally carrying the heat away with them as they move up through the icy layer, shuffling and refreezing as they dump heat into space.

Professor Richard Greenberg believes that the crust is thin, only a kilometer or so, and heat is carried out by simple conduction - much slower, but providing a constant flow of energy through a relatively fixed underwater region bordering the immense cliffs of ice.

Greenberg does weaken his case by accusing a "Big Ice" cabal of scientists of suppressing his results, holding back his views to favor their own established model. The thing is, when you start talking about a conspiracy against you it doesn't matter if you're right or wrong: you sound a bit crazy. Especially when that "cabal" isn't a hidden core of ultra-billionaires, but probably about twenty guys with tenure who meet twice a year to talk about space moons.

On the upside, it seems the shadowy Europa lobby can't keep him silent and he's printing a book, "Unmasking Europa", putting forward his views and setting up the mother of all "I told you so"s if it turns out he's right. Again, he slightly weakens his case by fantasising an entire Europan ecosystem based on a few flybys of the Galileo probe, and it's not as if popular opinion will actually sway the scientists investigating the issue.

What is important is that such issues do now percolate to the public, one way or another. Science is no longer the preserve of those either rich enough to afford it or trying to build missiles out of it. Beside the cook books and crime novels you can find imaginings of the stars, controversies of the cosmos, and books about the entire universe. Which are slightly more interesting than "Five things you can do with leftovers" by Dolores Housewife.



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Возьму пока вот это: Preparing Humanity for the Rise of Robots, если никто не возражает.

Dixi quod potui, dicant meliora potentes

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Может кто знает, переведены ли остальные книги Лео Франковски про Конрада?


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Shamuil, нет, насколько мне известно...
А хотите? )))

С уважением, Andrew.

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Послано - 09 Фвр 2010 :  14:09:55  Посмотреть инфо об авторе  Получить ссылку на сообщение  Ответить с цитатой
Хотим.


Andrew
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Послано - 09 Фвр 2010 :  14:21:09  Посмотреть инфо об авторе Посмотреть читательский профиль  Получить ссылку на сообщение  Ответить с цитатой
Тогда надо начинать переводить самому )))
Умеете? Тогда реально это сделать небольшим коллективом, как на woweber.com делают уже несколько лет.

С уважением, Andrew.

Shamuil
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Послано - 11 Фвр 2010 :  16:03:49  Посмотреть инфо об авторе  Получить ссылку на сообщение  Ответить с цитатой
Если бы умел, просто прочитал бы на английском :)


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Послано - 27 Июня 2019 :  00:49:36  Посмотреть инфо об авторе  Получить ссылку на сообщение  Ответить с цитатой
Саймон Грин последняя часть искателя смерти


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Послано - 14 Мая 2021 :  11:49:07  Посмотреть инфо об авторе Посмотреть читательский профиль  Получить ссылку на сообщение  Ответить с цитатой
Всем привет! Прошло два года с последнего сообщения, возможно кому-нибудь нужна помощь с переводом с английского или немецкого? Подскажите что-то из актуального?

Ошибки есть. Мне стыдно. Но не очень. Ваша Г.Л.А.

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