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5000 mAh, Snapdragon 870, 120 Hz AMOLED screen, 65 W, 64 MP, diamond dust in the cooling system and up to 19 GB of RAM. Realme GT Neo 2 presented at $ 385

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Realme today unveiled the GT 2 Neo smartphone in China. The novelty turned out to be interesting in terms of price-performance ratio.

5000 mAh, Snapdragon 870, 120 Hz AMOLED screen, 65 W, 64 MP, diamond dust in the cooling system and up to 19 GB of RAM.  Realme GT Neo 2 presented at $ 385

5000 mAh, Snapdragon 870, 120 Hz AMOLED screen, 65 W, 64 MP, diamond dust in the cooling system and up to 19 GB of RAM.  Realme GT Neo 2 presented at $ 385

Realme GT Neo 2 is equipped with a 6.62-inch Samsung AMOLED screen of the penultimate generation E4 with a frame rate of 120 Hz and a peak brightness of 1300 cd / m2. It is protected by the 5th generation Gorilla Glass tempered glass.

5000 mAh, Snapdragon 870, 120 Hz AMOLED screen, 65 W, 64 MP, diamond dust in the cooling system and up to 19 GB of RAM.  Realme GT Neo 2 presented at $ 385

Realme GT Neo 2 is built on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 SoC paired with UFS 3.1 memory. A 5G modem is present. The smartphone is called one of the most stable in the world among those built on this single-chip system. All because it received a completely new cooling system with an area of ​​17932 mm2 with a thermal interface, which includes diamond dust. Diamond particles with a diameter of 40-50 microns provide faster heat transfer from the SoC to the heat dissipation elements. Realme points out that the efficiency of the new “jewelry” thermal interface is 50-60% higher than that of the usual one.

5000 mAh, Snapdragon 870, 120 Hz AMOLED screen, 65 W, 64 MP, diamond dust in the cooling system and up to 19 GB of RAM.  Realme GT Neo 2 presented at $ 385

The camera of the novelty is represented by three modules. The main resolution is 64 megapixels, the additional ones are 8 (with an ultra-wide-angle lens) and 2 (for macro shooting) megapixels. There is a so-called professional shooting mode, as well as night and street shooting modes. But nothing is said about optical stabilization.

5000 mAh, Snapdragon 870, 120 Hz AMOLED screen, 65 W, 64 MP, diamond dust in the cooling system and up to 19 GB of RAM.  Realme GT Neo 2 presented at $ 385

The Realme GT Neo 2 is powered by a 5000mAh battery with 65W fast charging support (fully charged in 36 minutes). The smartphone is 8.6 mm thick and weighs 199.8 grams.

5000 mAh, Snapdragon 870, 120 Hz AMOLED screen, 65 W, 64 MP, diamond dust in the cooling system and up to 19 GB of RAM.  Realme GT Neo 2 presented at $ 385

It should be noted that the rumors about the cost of the Relame GT Neo 2 turned out to be true. The basic version of the smartphone with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of flash memory in China is priced at $ 385. The other two options are 8GB RAM and 256GB flash for $ 420 and 12GB RAM and 256GB flash for $ 565. But all first-time buyers will be able to purchase the new product at a $ 15.5 discount. Where did the 19 GB of RAM come from, if in reality there are a maximum of 12? It’s simple: the smartphone supports memory expansion technology – by creating a virtual space in flash memory, it can be increased by another 7 GB.

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Scientists have topographical evidence of the existence of subglacial lakes on Mars

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Scientists have topographical evidence of the existence of subglacial lakes

European planetary scientists have found topographical evidence in images from the Mars Express probe that several subglacial lakes are hidden under the southern polar cap of the fourth planet in the solar system. This discovery contradicts recent statements by their US colleagues that there is no liquid water on Mars, the press office of the University of Cambridge said on Thursday.

Scientists have topographical evidence of the existence of subglacial lakes on Mars

The combination of radar images, computer models, and the topographical evidence we have obtained is a strong argument that at least one region of liquid water exists under the ice cap of the south pole of Mars. If so, then the interior of the planet must remain geothermally active in order to keep this water from freezing.Neil Arnold, a professor at the University of Cambridge (UK), said.

In July 2018, Italian astronomers working with instruments from the European Mars Express probe reported a surprising discovery. They were able to detect on radar images of the south pole of Mars traces of the existence of three subglacial lakes located at a depth of 1.5 km from the surface of the southern ice cap of the planet.

Subsequently, astronomers discovered several more similar anomalies in radar images, which led scientists to actively discuss the nature of these findings. Many planetary scientists immediately doubted these findings and suggested that the instruments of the Mars Express probe discovered deposits of clay or other rocks, and not subglacial lakes of water. This has generated a lot of controversy around radar anomalies.

In particular, at the beginning of 2022, US planetary scientists analyzed images from Mars Express and came to the conclusion that the liquid water reserves discovered by the probe are a kind of “radar mirage”. A group of European astronomers, led by Professor Arnold, have discovered topographical evidence that their fellow skeptics are wrong in their estimates.

As planetologists note, subglacial lakes that exist on Earth have a special effect on the topography of the ice surface in their vicinity. This is due to the fact that these reservoirs reduce the friction force between the base of the glacier and the rocks along which the ice mass moves, as a result of which it “sags” at the point where the under-ice reservoir is invisible to the eye, and then the glacier rises sharply.

Based on similar considerations, Professor Arnold and his colleagues calculated how the glaciers of Mars would behave under similar conditions. Scientists used this information to analyze detailed images of the southern polar cap of the fourth planet in the solar system at the points where Mars Express supposedly discovered subglacial reservoirs.

As it turned out, on the southern polar cap of Mars there are several regions at once with characteristic depressions and rises, similar to how subglacial lakes on Earth influence the topography of the area. The position of many of them coincides with the points where the radars of the Mars Express probe found traces of the existence of lakes. This, according to Professor Arnold and his colleagues, speaks in favor of the fact that liquid water on Mars exists rather than absent.

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AMD is preparing a graphics card with 2 GB of memory and a 32-bit bus? Radeon Pro W6300 already registered in the company’s driver

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AMD seems to have prepared another ultra-budget graphics card. There was no announcement of the novelty yet, but it has already been registered in the latest driver.

AMD is preparing a graphics card with 2 GB of memory and a 32-bit bus?  Radeon Pro W6300 already registered in the company's driver

The model is called Radeon Pro W6300, that is, it is a professional accelerator. It has an analogue in the form of a mobile card Radeon Pro W6300M, and you can also expect the appearance of the gaming RX 6300, especially since there have already been rumors about it.

Specifications are not yet known, but it is expected that both professional and gaming new items will receive 2 GB of memory with a 32-bit bus and 768 stream processors. These are the characteristics of the mobile Radeon Pro W6300M. Of course, this is the card of the most basic class, but it is still more productive than most integrated GPUs.

How much such an adapter might cost is anyone’s guess, but an RX 6400 with the same GPU but 4GB of memory and a 64-bit bus costs $160.

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NASA “landed” the unique Boeing 747SP SOFIA. For 8 years he watched the universe from the stratosphere

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NASA landed the unique Boeing 747SP SOFIA For 8 years

Since first flying in 2007, a Boeing 747SP tail number N747NA, modified by NASA into a large flying telescope, has been circling the stratosphere observing the universe in infrared (just like James Webb). But the work of SOFIA (Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy, Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy) came to an end: on September 28, a unique aircraft completed its last flight.

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The SOFIA project at one time proved to be an innovative way to look at the Universe in the infrared. Unlike ground-based telescopes, which find it difficult to “see” through the water vapor of the earth’s atmosphere, SOFIA observed space from a height of more than 12.5 km, which provided a better view compared to ground-based objects.

The SOFIA project started in 1996. The first flight with a 2.7 m telescope installed on board took place in 2010, but the device was fully operational only in 2014. From 2014 to 2019, the flying observatory completed its five-year mission, but the operation of the unique telescope was extended for another three years. All this time, SOFIA has been observing the Moon, planets, and stars. This telescope was able to detect water on the moon’s sunlit surface in 2020.

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2022 has been a very productive year for SOFIA. According to FlightRadar24.com, the 44-year-old aircraft made 143 flights.

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So, this year, the stratospheric observatory visited South America for the first time: within two weeks, the telescope was deployed in Chile to observe celestial objects that can only be seen in the latitudes of the Southern Hemisphere.

In July, during a storm in New Zealand, the aircraft received frontal damage due to the displacement of a ladder placed outside. After that, the aircraft returned to the base in Palmdale in California, but later performed several more flights. The project is closed due to the fact that its scientific productivity no longer justifies the operating costs.

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