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此前采购的近3000台iPad平板电脑之所以被美国空军特种行动部队“退货”,就是因为这款平板电脑中安装了由俄罗斯研制的阅读软件。

LOS ANGELES, Jan. 16 (Xinhua) -- Researchers at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) have discovered a rare asteroid orbiting snugly within the inner confines of the solar system, according to a Caltech release on Wednesday.The asteroid has been discovered by Caltech's Zwicky Transient Facility (ZTF), a survey camera based at Palomar Observatory.The newfound body, named 2020 AV2, is the first asteroid found to orbit entirely within the orbit of Venus."Getting past the orbit of Venus must have been challenging," said George Helou, executive director of the IPAC (Infrared Processing Analysis Center) astronomy center at Caltech and a ZTF co-investigator, who explained that the asteroid must have migrated toward Venus from farther out in the solar system."The only way it will ever get out of its orbit is if it gets flung out via a gravitational encounter with Mercury or Venus, but more likely it will end up crashing on one of those two planets," Helou said.2020 AV2 belongs to a small class of asteroids known as Atiras, which are bodies with orbits that fall within the orbit of Earth. More specifically, it is the first "Vatira" asteroid, with the "V" standing for Venus, according to Caltech.The ZTF camera is particularly adept at finding asteroids because it scans the entire sky rapidly and thus can catch the asteroids during their short-lived appearances in the night sky.The asteroid spans about 1-3 km and has an elongated orbit tilted about 15 degrees relative to the plane of the solar system.During its 151-day orbit around the sun, it always travels interior to Venus, but at its closest approach to the sun, it comes very close to the orbit of Mercury, according to Caltech.[ Editor:U.S. researchers find underwater telecom cables make superb seismic networkStudents of Intercultural Montessori Language School perform dance "Kung Fu Fan" at the 2019 U.S.-China Students Gala in Chicago, the United States, on Oct. 19, 2019. The 2019 U.S.-China Students Gala, featuring student performance groups from universities across the Midwest, was staged at the Logan Center in the University of Chicago on late Saturday with an aim at promoting cultural exchanges between the two countries. (Xinhua/Wang Ping)CHICAGO, Oct. 20 (Xinhua) -- The 2019 U.S.-China Students Gala, featuring student performance groups from universities across the Midwest, was staged at the Logan Center in the University of Chicago on late Saturday with an aim at promoting cultural exchanges between the two countries.Over 100 student performers presented traditional Chinese dance, pop songs and Chinese traditional instruments playing to hundreds of people in the center.The Chinese traditional lion dance proved a hit among audience. Two students propped up lion costumes and mimicked a lion's movement. They jumped up and down and did some acrobatics, drawing thunderous applause and cheers.Monique Crum, a sophomore from the Loyola University, was one of the 15 singers in the choral performance of a Chinese song. Their authentic pronunciation and emotional expression of the song gave people a unique experience."I chose to learn Chinese because it is quite a different language. I have been learning it for three and a half years," Crum told Xinhua in an interview, adding that she has great interest in Chinese culture as well.Nicolas Gruenwald, a 21-year-old university student and also a performer in the gala, can speak fluent Chinese. He told Xinhua that he has been learning Chinese for almost 10 years."I have been to many Chinese cities, like Beijing, Shanghai and Xi'an," said Gruenwald, "I like visiting the numerous historical sites in Beijing and Xi'an. I also like Shanghai because of the super-fast maglev train there."According to Chinese Consul General in Chicago Zhao Jian, people-to-people exchanges between China and the United States have achieved fruitful results in the past 40 years and greatly promoted the development of bilateral ties."I hope both Chinese and U.S. students can actively participate in and support the exchanges between the two countries in the future."The gala concluded with group singing of "Friendship Lasts Forever (Auld Lang Syne)."The U.S.-China Students Gala is hosted by the University of Chicago Chinese Students and Scholars Association (CSSA). 1 2 3 4 Next Page Last Page41 [ Editor: ZY ]U.S.[责任编辑:王丽媛]军报谈唱衰F

新华社记者 徐昱 摄 这是2月17日拍摄的杭州西湖景区内盛开的鲜花。将无人机在战场上发扬光大的是美国,但以色列却是创造无人机创新使用方向的领导者,同时也是全球制造最多种无人飞行器的国家。新冠肺炎疫情发生以来,重庆市积极引导相关企业加大N95医用防护口罩的研发、生产,并优先保障一线医护人员需要,为疫情防控提供保障。党的十八大以来,驻澳门部队党委以“爱国爱澳,同心共圆中国梦”为主题,精心组织各类文化活动,让党的政治主张春风化雨、滋润人心。

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LOS ANGELES, Jan. 16 (Xinhua) -- Researchers at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) have discovered a rare asteroid orbiting snugly within the inner confines of the solar system, according to a Caltech release on Wednesday.The asteroid has been discovered by Caltech's Zwicky Transient Facility (ZTF), a survey camera based at Palomar Observatory.The newfound body, named 2020 AV2, is the first asteroid found to orbit entirely within the orbit of Venus."Getting past the orbit of Venus must have been challenging," said George Helou, executive director of the IPAC (Infrared Processing Analysis Center) astronomy center at Caltech and a ZTF co-investigator, who explained that the asteroid must have migrated toward Venus from farther out in the solar system."The only way it will ever get out of its orbit is if it gets flung out via a gravitational encounter with Mercury or Venus, but more likely it will end up crashing on one of those two planets," Helou said.2020 AV2 belongs to a small class of asteroids known as Atiras, which are bodies with orbits that fall within the orbit of Earth. More specifically, it is the first "Vatira" asteroid, with the "V" standing for Venus, according to Caltech.The ZTF camera is particularly adept at finding asteroids because it scans the entire sky rapidly and thus can catch the asteroids during their short-lived appearances in the night sky.The asteroid spans about 1-3 km and has an elongated orbit tilted about 15 degrees relative to the plane of the solar system.During its 151-day orbit around the sun, it always travels interior to Venus, but at its closest approach to the sun, it comes very close to the orbit of Mercury, according to Caltech.[ Editor:U.S. researchers find underwater telecom cables make superb seismic networkStudents of Intercultural Montessori Language School perform dance "Kung Fu Fan" at the 2019 U.S.-China Students Gala in Chicago, the United States, on Oct. 19, 2019. The 2019 U.S.-China Students Gala, featuring student performance groups from universities across the Midwest, was staged at the Logan Center in the University of Chicago on late Saturday with an aim at promoting cultural exchanges between the two countries. (Xinhua/Wang Ping)CHICAGO, Oct. 20 (Xinhua) -- The 2019 U.S.-China Students Gala, featuring student performance groups from universities across the Midwest, was staged at the Logan Center in the University of Chicago on late Saturday with an aim at promoting cultural exchanges between the two countries.Over 100 student performers presented traditional Chinese dance, pop songs and Chinese traditional instruments playing to hundreds of people in the center.The Chinese traditional lion dance proved a hit among audience. Two students propped up lion costumes and mimicked a lion's movement. They jumped up and down and did some acrobatics, drawing thunderous applause and cheers.Monique Crum, a sophomore from the Loyola University, was one of the 15 singers in the choral performance of a Chinese song. Their authentic pronunciation and emotional expression of the song gave people a unique experience."I chose to learn Chinese because it is quite a different language. I have been learning it for three and a half years," Crum told Xinhua in an interview, adding that she has great interest in Chinese culture as well.Nicolas Gruenwald, a 21-year-old university student and also a performer in the gala, can speak fluent Chinese. He told Xinhua that he has been learning Chinese for almost 10 years."I have been to many Chinese cities, like Beijing, Shanghai and Xi'an," said Gruenwald, "I like visiting the numerous historical sites in Beijing and Xi'an. I also like Shanghai because of the super-fast maglev train there."According to Chinese Consul General in Chicago Zhao Jian, people-to-people exchanges between China and the United States have achieved fruitful results in the past 40 years and greatly promoted the development of bilateral ties."I hope both Chinese and U.S. students can actively participate in and support the exchanges between the two countries in the future."The gala concluded with group singing of "Friendship Lasts Forever (Auld Lang Syne)."The U.S.-China Students Gala is hosted by the University of Chicago Chinese Students and Scholars Association (CSSA). 1 2 3 4 Next Page Last Page41 [ Editor: ZY ]U.S.[责任编辑:王丽媛]军报谈唱衰F

LOS ANGELES, Jan. 16 (Xinhua) -- Researchers at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) have discovered a rare asteroid orbiting snugly within the inner confines of the solar system, according to a Caltech release on Wednesday.The asteroid has been discovered by Caltech's Zwicky Transient Facility (ZTF), a survey camera based at Palomar Observatory.The newfound body, named 2020 AV2, is the first asteroid found to orbit entirely within the orbit of Venus."Getting past the orbit of Venus must have been challenging," said George Helou, executive director of the IPAC (Infrared Processing Analysis Center) astronomy center at Caltech and a ZTF co-investigator, who explained that the asteroid must have migrated toward Venus from farther out in the solar system."The only way it will ever get out of its orbit is if it gets flung out via a gravitational encounter with Mercury or Venus, but more likely it will end up crashing on one of those two planets," Helou said.2020 AV2 belongs to a small class of asteroids known as Atiras, which are bodies with orbits that fall within the orbit of Earth. More specifically, it is the first "Vatira" asteroid, with the "V" standing for Venus, according to Caltech.The ZTF camera is particularly adept at finding asteroids because it scans the entire sky rapidly and thus can catch the asteroids during their short-lived appearances in the night sky.The asteroid spans about 1-3 km and has an elongated orbit tilted about 15 degrees relative to the plane of the solar system.During its 151-day orbit around the sun, it always travels interior to Venus, but at its closest approach to the sun, it comes very close to the orbit of Mercury, according to Caltech.[ Editor:U.S. researchers find underwater telecom cables make superb seismic networkStudents of Intercultural Montessori Language School perform dance "Kung Fu Fan" at the 2019 U.S.-China Students Gala in Chicago, the United States, on Oct. 19, 2019. The 2019 U.S.-China Students Gala, featuring student performance groups from universities across the Midwest, was staged at the Logan Center in the University of Chicago on late Saturday with an aim at promoting cultural exchanges between the two countries. (Xinhua/Wang Ping)CHICAGO, Oct. 20 (Xinhua) -- The 2019 U.S.-China Students Gala, featuring student performance groups from universities across the Midwest, was staged at the Logan Center in the University of Chicago on late Saturday with an aim at promoting cultural exchanges between the two countries.Over 100 student performers presented traditional Chinese dance, pop songs and Chinese traditional instruments playing to hundreds of people in the center.The Chinese traditional lion dance proved a hit among audience. Two students propped up lion costumes and mimicked a lion's movement. They jumped up and down and did some acrobatics, drawing thunderous applause and cheers.Monique Crum, a sophomore from the Loyola University, was one of the 15 singers in the choral performance of a Chinese song. Their authentic pronunciation and emotional expression of the song gave people a unique experience."I chose to learn Chinese because it is quite a different language. I have been learning it for three and a half years," Crum told Xinhua in an interview, adding that she has great interest in Chinese culture as well.Nicolas Gruenwald, a 21-year-old university student and also a performer in the gala, can speak fluent Chinese. He told Xinhua that he has been learning Chinese for almost 10 years."I have been to many Chinese cities, like Beijing, Shanghai and Xi'an," said Gruenwald, "I like visiting the numerous historical sites in Beijing and Xi'an. I also like Shanghai because of the super-fast maglev train there."According to Chinese Consul General in Chicago Zhao Jian, people-to-people exchanges between China and the United States have achieved fruitful results in the past 40 years and greatly promoted the development of bilateral ties."I hope both Chinese and U.S. students can actively participate in and support the exchanges between the two countries in the future."The gala concluded with group singing of "Friendship Lasts Forever (Auld Lang Syne)."The U.S.-China Students Gala is hosted by the University of Chicago Chinese Students and Scholars Association (CSSA). 1 2 3 4 Next Page Last Page41 [ Editor: ZY ]U.S.[责任编辑:王丽媛]军报谈唱衰F

此前采购的近3000台iPad平板电脑之所以被美国空军特种行动部队“退货”,就是因为这款平板电脑中安装了由俄罗斯研制的阅读软件。LOS ANGELES, Jan. 16 (Xinhua) -- Researchers at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) have discovered a rare asteroid orbiting snugly within the inner confines of the solar system, according to a Caltech release on Wednesday.The asteroid has been discovered by Caltech's Zwicky Transient Facility (ZTF), a survey camera based at Palomar Observatory.The newfound body, named 2020 AV2, is the first asteroid found to orbit entirely within the orbit of Venus."Getting past the orbit of Venus must have been challenging," said George Helou, executive director of the IPAC (Infrared Processing Analysis Center) astronomy center at Caltech and a ZTF co-investigator, who explained that the asteroid must have migrated toward Venus from farther out in the solar system."The only way it will ever get out of its orbit is if it gets flung out via a gravitational encounter with Mercury or Venus, but more likely it will end up crashing on one of those two planets," Helou said.2020 AV2 belongs to a small class of asteroids known as Atiras, which are bodies with orbits that fall within the orbit of Earth. More specifically, it is the first "Vatira" asteroid, with the "V" standing for Venus, according to Caltech.The ZTF camera is particularly adept at finding asteroids because it scans the entire sky rapidly and thus can catch the asteroids during their short-lived appearances in the night sky.The asteroid spans about 1-3 km and has an elongated orbit tilted about 15 degrees relative to the plane of the solar system.During its 151-day orbit around the sun, it always travels interior to Venus, but at its closest approach to the sun, it comes very close to the orbit of Mercury, according to Caltech.[ Editor:U.S. researchers find underwater telecom cables make superb seismic network

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