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Deputy Commissioner Anil Kumbhare and Assistant Commissioner Sangramsinh Nishandar, says Jadhav For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Washington | Updated: July 9 2016 12:20 pm Permanently shadowed regions capable of accumulating surface ice were identified in the northern hemisphere of Ceres (NASA | Caltech) Top News Scientists with NASA’s Dawn mission have identified on the dwarf planet Ceres permanently shadowed regions most of which likely have been cold enough to trap water ice for a billion years The findings suggest that that ice deposits could exist in these regions even now “The conditions on Ceres are right for accumulating deposits of water ice” said Norbert Schorghofer a Dawn guest investigator at the University of Hawaii at Manoa “Ceres has just enough mass to hold on to water molecules and the permanently shadowed regions we identified are extremely cold – colder than most that exist on the moon or Mercury” Schorghofer noted Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news The findings appeared online in the journal Geophysical Research Letters Permanently shadowed regions do not receive direct sunlight They are typically located on the crater floor or along a section of the crater wall facing toward the pole The regions still receive indirect sunlight but if the temperature stays below about minus minus 151 degrees Celsius the permanently shadowed area is a cold trap – a good place for water ice to accumulate and remain stable Cold traps were predicted for Ceres but had not been identified until now “While cold traps may provide surface deposits of water ice as have been seen at the moon and Mercury Ceres may have been formed with a relatively greater reservoir of water” Chris Russell principal investigator of the Dawn mission based at University of California Los Angeles pointed out “Some observations indicate Ceres may be a volatile-rich world that is not dependent on current-day external sources” Russell said In this study the researchers studied Ceres’ northern hemisphere which was better illuminated than the south Images from Dawn’s cameras were combined to yield the dwarf planet’s shape showing craters plains and other features in three dimensions Using this input a sophisticated computer model developed at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center Greenbelt Maryland was used to determine which areas receive direct sunlight how much solar radiation reaches the surface and how the conditions change over the course of a year on Ceres The researchers found dozens of sizeable permanently shadowed regions across the northern hemisphere Taken together Ceres’ permanently shadowed regions occupy about 1800 square kilometers This is a small fraction of the landscape – much less than one percent of the surface area of the northern hemisphere For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Ram Sarangan | Published: October 21 2017 3:36 am A chance encounter in a foreign land leads to the birth of a contagion that soon grows to terrorise India Top News Book: Bombay Fever Author: Sidin Vadukut Publication: Simon & Schuster Pages: 371 pages Price: 350 The notion of a deadly plague sweeping through the land has long provided fodder for creativity In Bombay Fever Sidin Vadukut takes this all-too-believable genre and adapts it smartly to an Indian context despite some shortcomings in terms of plausibility and style A chance encounter in a foreign land leads to the birth of a contagion that soon grows to terrorise India Struggling in the midst of a rapidly deteriorating society a diverse group of people ranging from medical workers to doctors without licenses must attempt to make sense of a disease that proves to be as baffling as it is dangerous Backed by the premise of drug-resistant diseases — a growing fear in modern society — the book attempts a broad depiction of the growth and spread of a contagion and the ensuing reactions The strength of Bombay Fever is the lack of a central protagonist with a sufficiently broad narrative vantage point It hops from character to character with commendable fluidity fleshing out its world with each new perspective There are of course a handful of characters whose points of view are visited more often but progress often comes from minor and seemingly unexpected corners including at one point mass-forwarded messages on social media This makes the unspooling of the plot much more organic though certain incidents teeter between believable and convenient The sheer scope of the story necessitates putting an abrupt end to certain characters or plot threads but such conclusions do not come across as gratuitous The novel has an unfortunate tendency to indulge in portentous statements (“She had an idea that would eventually change everything”…) which greatly detracts from the pace and leaves one wishing they had been allowed to discover such things as the book progressed Other phrases simply come across as unwieldy (“Brilliant I have achieved complete secrecy”) or prescriptive (“Instead of visiting the doctor like he should have…”) Towards the end the most chilling realisation is the thought that the book never ventures into the realm of the impossible or improbable This perhaps is the triumph of Bombay Fever For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top Newssome began as young as 10 or 11 and were more seriously affected.Belif was working as a security guard with a private company.but this mystery brunette definitely had his full attention as Gerard stayed by her side the entire time he was at his table. 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