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Save Your Charging Cable From Getting Broken Using This Simple Trick

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BY – DECEMBER, 18TH 2014

Over time, charging cables can tear up the plastic covering due to extensive use and exposes the wires inside which can lead to further damage. If you don’t want your original brand cables to get broken, here is a small trick to save it from damage in the future.

Save Charging Cable From Getting Broken

Step 1: 

Find an old pen which is out of ink and take out the spring from the pen.

Step 2: 

Now widen the spring enough to attach it to the front end of the cable.

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Step 3: 

Twist the spring around the cable until all of it is firmly attached. This will keep the cable straight and there will be no bends which can cause damage to the cable.

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Pale Blue Dot

  • BOOK: Pale Blue Dot: A Vision of the Human Future in Space
  • Published in 1994 (English)

The Pale Blue Dot is a photograph of planet Earth taken in 1990 by the Voyager 1 space probe from a record distance of about 6 billion kilometers (3.7 billionmiles, 40 AU) from Earth, as part of the solar system Family Portrait series of images.

The Voyager 1 spacecraft 

The Voyager 1 spacecraft

Sagan pointed out that “all of human history has happened on that tiny pixel,” shown here inside a blue circle, “which is our only home” (speech at Cornell University, October 13, 1994).

WE ARE HERE

Pale blue dot image with a wider field of view to show more background

Astronomy Picture of the Day

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Explanation: In the shadow of Saturn, unexpected wonders appear. The robotic Cassini spacecraft now orbiting Saturn recently drifted in giant planet’s shadow for about 12 hours and looked back toward the eclipsed Sun. Cassini saw a view unlike any other. First, the night side of Saturn is seen to be partly lit by light reflected from its own majestic ring system. Next, the rings themselves appear dark when silhouetted against Saturn, but quite bright when viewed away from Saturn andslightly scattering sunlight, in the above exaggerated color image. Saturn’s rings light up so much that new rings were discovered, although they are hard to see in the above image. Visible in spectacular detail, however, is Saturn’s E ring, the ring created by the newly discovered ice-fountains of the moon Enceladus, and the outermost ring visible above. Far in the distance, visible on the image left just above the bright main rings, is the almost ignorable pale blue dot of Earth.

We are here: The Pale Blue Dot 

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For Astronomy lovers (Answer Listed questions in feedback)

  1. What is a white hole?
    1. a hypothetical celestial object which expands outwards from a space–time singularity and emits energy, in the manner of a time-reversed black hole.
  2. Which is a largest star?
    1. This red supergiant star has a radius of 950-1200 times the size of the Sun, and would engulf the orbit of Jupiter if placed in our Solar System. But that’s nothing. The largest known star is VY Canis Majoris; a red hypergiant star in the Canis Major constellation, located about 5,000 light-years from Earth.
  3. What is a age of Universe?
    1. This information helps astronomers determine the age of the universe. Age may only be a number, but when it comes to the age of the universe, it’s a pretty important one. According to research, the universe is approximately13.8 billion years old.
  4. Is pluto a planet?
    1. Pluto was known as the smallest planet in the solar system and the ninth planet from the sun. Today, Pluto is called a “dwarf planet.” A dwarf planet orbits the sun just like other planets, but it is smaller. A dwarf planet is so small it cannot clear other objects out of its path.
  5. Why stars twinkle?
    1. As it makes objects in space so much harder to see. Stars twinkle, I mean scintillate, because as light passes down through a volume of air, turbulence in the Earth’s atmosphere refracts light differently from moment to moment.
  6. What is life cycle of star?
    1. Outlined below are the many steps involved in a stars evolution, from its formation in a nebula, to its death as a white dwarf or neutron star. A nebula is a cloud of gas (hydrogen) and dust in space.
    2. http://www.telescope.org/pparc/res8.html
  7. Which is the hottest time of the day?
    noon
    Answer: The hottest time of the day is around 3 p.m. Heat continues building up after noon, when the sun is highest in the sky, as long as more heat is arriving at the earth than leaving. By 3 p.m. or so, the sun is low enough in the sky for outgoing heat to be greater than incoming.
  8. What is color of venus?
    1. Yellowish-white
  • Comment is your answer contradict with above answers.
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