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James Webb Space Telescope New Launch Date Announced

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NASA plans to launch the James Webb Space Telescope into orbit on December 18, 2021. For the next decade, the telescope, whose launch has been repeatedly delayed, will become the main observatory for observing deep space.

The agency set a new target launch date in coordination with Arianespace after testing of the telescope was completed. Determining the date also became possible after the successful launch of the Ariane 5 rocket in late July and the determination of the launch date, which will precede the launch of the telescope. The July launch was the first for the Ariane 5 since August 2020.

The program is being implemented by NASA in cooperation with the European Space Agency (ESA). The telescope will be launched by the Ariane 5 rocket, which launches from the European spaceport in French Guiana on the northeastern coast of South America. Until then, it will be stored in its final warehouse configuration at Northrop Grumman’s facilities in Redondo Beach, California.

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Geely founder sets up a smartphone manufacturing venture

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Chinese carmaker Geely, which owns Volvo, has announced that its chairman Eric Li, also known as Li Shufu, is setting up a new company that will make premium smartphones.

Founder Zhejiang Geely Holding’s new venture will aim to launch its first smartphone by 2023 and sell 3 million units in the first year.

Lee had previously made futuristic bets on ventures such as flying cars and helicopter taxis. In a smartphone market that is no longer growing in China, the new company will have to compete with Apple, Xiaomi and other established manufacturers.

Notably, smartphone makers are looking to enter the electric vehicle market, realizing that the smartphone boom is coming to an end. However, Geely is the first car manufacturer to try to move in the opposite direction.

The company said in a statement to Reuters that the new company will be called Hubei Xingji Shidai Technology Co Ltd and that it has already signed an agreement with the Wuhan Economic and Technological Development Zone to establish a headquarters in the central city of Wuhan. Li owns 55% of Xingji Shidai. The project will be financed with an investment of $ 1.55 billion.

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MSI MEG CoreLiquid S High-Performance LSS Introduced

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MSI has unveiled the MEG CoreLiquid S series of liquid cooling systems developed in collaboration with Asetek. The series includes two models with aluminum radiators 280 mm and 360 mm long. The radiators are equipped with low-noise MSI MEG Silent Gale fans that turn on only when needed, and a 2.4-inch IPS display is built into the pump cover. The 7th generation Asetek pump features improved leakage resistance and increased durability.

The blades of the aforementioned fans are made of Liquid Crystal Polymer (LCP), a dense plastic with a low coefficient of thermal expansion. Their shape ensures maximum airflow. The rotor is supported by a hydrodynamic bearing to reduce noise and increase service life. Anti-vibration bushings are pressed in the corners of the fan frame. The rotation speed is adjustable in the range of 0-2000 rpm. The maximum speed corresponds to a flow of 95.54 m3/ h and a noise level of 22.7 dBA.

MSI MEG CoreLiquid S High Performance LSS Introduced

MSI MEG CoreLiquid S High Performance LSS Introduced

The dimensions of the water block with the pump installed on it are 95 x 95 x 54 mm. The display built into the pump cover can be configured to display various service information, graphic images or even MP4 video.

The list of compatible processor sockets includes Intel LGA 115x, 1200, 1700, 2011, 2011-3 and 2066 as well as AMD AM4, FM2 +, FM2, FM1, AM3 +, AM3, AM2 +, AM2, TR4, sTRX4, and SP3.

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Now it is clear why the bangs in the iPhone 13 Pro have become smaller. IFixit specialists disassembled the new product and assessed its maintainability

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IFixit specialists have published a complete material on the disassembly of the new iPhone 13 Pro. The smartphone received 5 points out of 10 possible for maintainability, which is a normal rating for a modern device made of glass and metal.

Disassembly clearly showed how much the cameras of the new iPhone are larger than last year. There are more sensors themselves and lenses.

Now it's clear why the bangs in the iPhone 13 Pro have become smaller.  IFixit specialists disassembled the new product and assessed its maintainability

iPhone 13 Pro left

The battery capacity is 11.97 Wh versus 10.78 Wh in the iPhone 12 Pro and 12.54 Wh in the iPhone 12 Pro Max.

Now it is clear why the bangs in the iPhone 13 Pro have become smaller.  IFixit specialists disassembled the new product and assessed its maintainability

The very compact motherboard houses the Apple A15 Bionic SoC, combined with 6 GB of RAM manufactured by Hynix, an Apple U1 module, an Apple APL1098 power controller, modules, Skyworks SKY58276-17 and Skyworks SKY58271-19, a Kiokia flash memory chip, a Qualcomm SDX60 5G modem and a number of other elements.

Now it is clear why the bangs in the iPhone 13 Pro have become smaller.  IFixit specialists disassembled the new product and assessed its maintainability

iPhone 13 Pro bottom

It is also clearly visible, due to which the notorious bangs have decreased. The components have become closer to each other and have slightly changed their location.

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