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Huge pieces of Chinese rocket fell to Earth in different places

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Huge fragments of a Chinese rocket that crashed to Earth over the weekend have been found in various locations in Southeast Asia.

The 25-ton main stage of the Long March 5V rocket crashed uncontrollably to Earth on Saturday (July 30), re-entering the atmosphere over the Indian Ocean. Most of the launch vehicle burned out during the fall, but a significant part of it – from 20% to 40%, according to experts, did not burn out.

Residents of various Indonesian and Malaysian villages discover parts of a booster rocket. The size of some is simply huge (up to 5 x 2 m). Fortunately, according to reports, no one was hurt. This was announced by astrophysicist and satellite tracking specialist Jonathan McDowell from the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics.

Huge pieces of Chinese rocket fell to Earth in different places

On July 24, the Long March-5V rocket was launched, which sent a new module to the Chinese space station Tiangong, which is under construction. The main stage of the rocket went into orbit along with the module, and then fell to Earth.

The uncontrolled and unpredictable fall from orbit is unique among large rockets. Other large main stages land safely in the ocean or on uninhabited land shortly after launch or, in the case of SpaceX rockets, are returned for future reuse.

Many in the space community have criticized China for such a strategy. “There had to be some propellant left on board for this to be a controlled re-entry. It would be a responsible act,” said Darren McKnight, senior technical officer at California-based tracking company LeoLabs.

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Moto X30 Pro received the fastest wireless charging in the history of the brand. Its power is 50 W

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Moto X30 Pro received the fastest wireless charging in the

Chen Jin, general manager of Lenovo’s Chinese smartphone division, said that the upcoming flagship Moto X30 Pro will feature the fastest wireless charging in the brand’s history. Its power will be 50 watts.

Moto X30 Pro received the fastest wireless charging in the history of the brand.  Its power is 50 W

The Moto X30 Pro charger with 125W output was previously shown on the Web, so the Moto X30 Pro will quickly charge both wired and wirelessly.

Other features of the smartphone are already known. This is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 SoC, a 6.67-inch AMOLED screen with a frame rate of 144 Hz, an embedded 60-megapixel front camera and a main camera with a 200-megapixel main sensor. The official premiere of the Moto X30 Pro is expected on August 10 or 11. Moto X30 Pro was supposed to be presented earlier, but due to tensions between China and Taiwan, the premiere was postponed.

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TP-Link Unveils $90 TL-SL31 Lite Smart & Fully Automatic Door Lock

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TP Link Unveils 90 TL SL31 Lite Smart Fully Automatic Door

TP-Link introduced a $90 smart door lock in China. The device, designated TL-SL31 Lite, can already be ordered in China

TP-Link Unveils $90 TL-SL31 Lite Smart & Fully Automatic Door Lock

The creators emphasize that the lock is fully automatic – no additional actions are required with it after opening or closing the door. So, for example, when the door is closed, the lock is blocked automatically (relatively speaking, the “night latch” is automatically activated). You can unlock the device in five different ways: for example, by using a code on the digital panel, by scanning your fingerprint (response speed – 0.369 s) or from a smartphone. Naturally, the TL-SL31 Lite supports both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.

TP-Link Unveils $90 TL-SL31 Lite Smart & Fully Automatic Door Lock

A feature of the external design is a digital panel that rotates to the top at an angle of 15 °. The creators assure that the battery life of the lock is at the level of top solutions on the market. Well, in case of discharge, you can recharge the battery through the USB-C port.

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Unlimited by power limits, the Core i9-13900K shows incredible performance, but also consumes more than a HEDT-class CPU

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Unlimited by power limits the Core i9 13900K shows incredible performance

The Core i9-13900K processor, in the absence of a power limit, can compete with the monstrous Ryzen Threadripper.

Unlimited by power limits, the Core i9-13900K shows incredible performance, but also consumes more than a HEDT-class CPU

Testing showed that in Cinebech R23 in multi-threaded mode, the upcoming Intel flagship in the regular version out of the box is gaining almost 35,700 points. And this result is already very good, since, for example, the Core i9-12900K scores 27,500 points, and the 32-core Threadripper 2990X scores 30,000 points.

Unlimited by power limits, the Core i9-13900K shows incredible performance, but also consumes more than a HEDT-class CPU

But if you remove the power limit, then the Core i9-13900K is already gaining more than 40,600 points! And this already correlates with the capabilities of the modern 24-core Threadripper 5965WX, and the 32-core Threadripper 5975WX is not catastrophically faster.

The price to pay for this performance will be power consumption. The CPU consumes more than 250 W under load even without any modifications, and in the absence of restrictions, the figure soars up to 345 W! This is more than the same Threadripper 5000 requires.

Recall that the Core i9-13900K will still have only eight large cores, although there will already be 16 small ones.

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