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Antonio Davide Trogu
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Il 25 Luglio la sonda Cassini sorvolerà la fascia equatoriale di Titano, la luna di Saturno, arrivando ad una altezza minima di 976km dal suolo. http://www.pollucenotizie.com/2016/07/24.html
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La sonda americana Cassini si sta preparando ad incontrare Titano, l'affascinante luna di Saturno, per la sua centoventiduesima volta. Durante l'incontro, previsto per domani, 25 Luglio, Cassini sorvolerà la fascia equatoriale della luna, mantenendosi tra 30 gradi nord e 30 gradi sud di ...
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What’s up for July? Take a tour of the Milky Way with stops at several summery #constellations and #nebulas.
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Was the Martian past more Earth-like? Chemicals found in Martian rocks by our Curiosity Mars rover suggest the Red Planet once had more oxygen in its atmosphere than it does now. This hint of more oxygen in Mars' early atmosphere adds to other Curiosity findings -- such as evidence about ancient lakes -- revealing how Earth-like our neighboring planet once was. More: http://go.nasa.gov/298mQC4
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BOSTON (AP) — Actor William Shatner will appear at Boston Comic Con 2016 to mark the 50th anniversary of the hit television series "Star Trek."...
Associated Press historical news archive articles dating back to 1985
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We all know that Gene Roddenberry was a man with an incredible vision for the future, but sixty nine years ago tonight he was just a pilot who’s life was about to change....
On June 18th 1947 Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry saved the lives of twenty two passengers on a Pan Am flight from Calcutta to New York and it changed h...
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From the bridge of Star Trek’s Aegis starship to the wind-blown peaks of Mt. Everest, the #VR experiences in our E3 suite will transport people far beyond the walls of #‎E32016.
Virtual reality experiences in the NVIDIA suite at E3 2016 will transport people from the bridge of Star Trek’s Aegis starship to the wind-blown peaks of Mt. Everest.
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It’s been a year since the historic #PlutoFlyby. From atmospheric hazes to details about Pluto’s moons, check out the top 10 discoveries from from our New Horizons spacecraft: http://go.nasa.gov/29RFmPt
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Enceladus and its paper-thin crust

A team of independent researchers have now taken all of the data about Enceladus collected by the spacecraft and built a computer simulation of the moon that includes the thickness of the ice crust.

This picture of Enceladus has been created using data taken by Cassini’s high-resolution camera. The ice crust thickness, indicated by the colour, has then been plotted over the moon’s surface. According to the model, the thickness varies between about 35 km in the cratered equatorial regions (yellow) to less than 5 km in the active south polar terrain (blue).

In astronomical terms, this is paper-thin. The model predicts that the 505 km-wide moon contains a core that is 360–370 km in diameter. The rest is ocean and the ice crust, with the ice crust itself having an average thickness of 18–22 km.

Remarkably, however, the model predicts that the thickness of the ice reduces to less than 5 km at the south pole. This could make it easier for the water to escape along cracks and fissures.

Image credit: LPG-CNRS-U. Nantes/Charles U., Prague

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Aurora su Saturno, la magnetosfera di Saturno è molto più forte della nostra ma minore di quella di Giove. 
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Software Developer (mainly with C++ and Qt5) , Reverse Engineering
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Computer enthusiast, especially in Programming and Reverse Engineering.
I know the following programming languages:
  • C/C++ (my favourite!)
  • C#
  • D (www.dlang.org)
  • Java
  • PHP
  • Lua
  • Assembler (x86 and MIPS)
  • Delphi

I have started to make graphical software using .NET Framework (from version 1.1 to 4.0).
After three years using C# I wanted to try something more low level, so, I have started to learn Win32 API with D Programming Language (this language is fantastic! :) ).

With D and Win32 API I have developed for two years, a GUI Library called DGui (dgui.googlecode.com) inspired by .NET Windows Forms.

After the D experience I have learned C++ and Qt that I use currently.

From about three years I'm busy in the development of a cross platform, open source software that helps in Reverse Engineering called PREF (Portable Reverse Engineering Framework), written in C++ and Qt5.
This software is Lua scriptable, and it is capable to do file format analysis, disassembling, mapping and entropy visualization.
Education
  • Polytechnic University of Turin
    Ing. Informatica (presso il centro di ascolto di Scano di Montiferru), 2008 - present
  • IPSIA E. Amaldi
    Istituto Professionale, 2003 - 2008
    Elettronica / Elettrotecnica
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