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In this article i will show you how to recover deleted files and folders with the help of scalpel tool in CentOS 5.x/6.x, Fedora 15/16/17/18/19/20 and Ubuntu
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Planet Jupiter through a telescope on June 04 2015
Russia,The Tver region.
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Ubuntu 15.04 What is this bug? i cleaned installed with minimal customizations..
With every release of ubuntu, these kind of freaking bugs are forcing me to think of some other stable distro... Ubuntu is no more stable distro as it used to be 3 years back.
I think Canonical has put its hands on too many things at once, which is ending up in unfinished OS releases without full fledge testing.
Really embarrassing release after release...
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I'll go back to 14.04. Ubuntu 15.04 is unstable in my case. It happens often that session is restarted with no good reason. 
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Simple explanation of such a complex concept!
 
Why all planets run around the sun in the same direction... +Hunter King cauz science.
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What happens to your body during a stroke? http://khan.co/KAStroke  
Watch. Practice. Learn almost anything for free.
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The story of one man determined to teach third graders about binary by only asking them questions. The whole transcript of him asking questions and the third graders yelling back answers is great.
The following is a transcript of a teaching experiment, using the Socratic method, with a regular third grade class in a suburban elementary school. I present my perspective and views on the session, and on the Socratic method as a teaching tool, following the transcript.
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The higher-contrast surface features on Pluto are starting to come into focus! Using June 3rd - June 8th LORRI frames to animate the rotation of Pluto and movement of it's moon Charon.

Image Credit: NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Southwest Research Institute/Assembled by Kevin M. Gill
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Electric Avenue

Comets are known for their tails. In the old days that’s how you distinguished a comet from an asteroid, though with our modern understanding the line between comet and asteroid as blurred a bit.  Still, one of the big areas of comet research has been on just how comet tails and coma form.

The traditional view has been that water and other volatiles are ejected from the comet through sunlight. The ejected molecules are then broken up through a process of photoionization, where ultraviolet light strikes the molecules, causing them to break apart. It is these ionized molecules that we observe as the coma and tail of a comet.

But we now know that reactions in space can be much more complex and subtle. In this case, we now know that free electrons play a role in the breakup of ejected molecules. The work was recently published in Astronomy & Astrophysics, and details the role of electrons in the chemistry of cometary atmospheres. The data for this research came from the Rosetta probe orbiting Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. Using ultraviolet spectroscopy, the team found that rather than ionizing various molecules directly, the ultraviolet light liberates electrons from water molecules in the coma. These electrons then interact with other molecules to break them apart.

It’s a rather surprising result, but it’s also a great example of how better data allows us to refine a simple model into a more subtle and accurate one.

Paper: P.D. Feldman, et al. Measurements of the near-nucleus coma of comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko with the Alice far-ultraviolet spectrograph on Rosetta. A&A DOI: 10.1051/0004-6361/201525925 (2015)
New data from Rosetta shows that electrons play a role in the creation of cometary atmospheres.
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Rings and Moons
Cassini images of Saturn's Rings and some of the icy moons.
Credit: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute (2012). 
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That is a pretty impressive railroad track-laying machine.
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