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When sailing in the North Atlantic Ocean, the Titanic struck an iceberg, split in two, and sank. Due to a lack of lifeboats, only 711 people survived. From underwater treasure hunters to filmmakers in Hollywood, we’ve all been intrigued with what happened that fateful night more than 100 years ago.
But what if everything we think we know is wrong? A new and captivating theory suggests there was more going on the night the Titanic went down than we once thought.
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Just in time for the Golden Globes Awards on Sunday, Apple released a brand new ad showing off what you can do with the Portrait mode that works with the iPhone 7 Plus and its two cameras. As a bonus, the ad was shot in Greece and now I want to go to Greece.
The beginning of the ad looks like a movie segment more than anything else. It starts with a couple of ambiance shots and then you can see a grandmother hugging her grand daughter. I also feel like the yellow subtitles help you feel like youre watching a movie.
With the close-up shot on the iPhone, you understand that youre watching an iPhone ad and that were talking about the camera. Then you can see the same young woman taking a ton of portraits across Greece. Of course, all of them look great because Apple wants to convince you that the Portrait mode is great.
The Portrait mode was a late addition for the iPhone 7 Plus. While Apple announced the feature back in September, it was released as a beta feature with iOS 10.1 on October 24. Apple is still improving the feature as it requires some complicated software calculations.
The Portrait mode is only available on the iPhone 7 Plus because it takes advantage of the two cameras in the device to detect 9 levels of depth. Then, the phone adds some software blur to the background layers.
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That image above isnt a rather crude attempt at a connect-the-dots puzzle. No, its actually an image of the early universe containing supermassive black holes and galaxies from early in the distant cosmos.
The amazing image was snapped by NASAs Chandra X-ray Observatory, which looked at the same portion of the sky for 11 and a half weeks (or 7 million seconds). Its the deepest X-ray image of the universe ever taken.
The research was led by Pennsylvania State University, and presented this week at the 229th meeting of the American Astronomical Society in Texas. A paper detailing the findings was published in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society.
Each dot is a large cosmic source of X-rays up to 13 billion light-years away, either a galaxy or a supermassive black hole. More than 70 percent of the objects are the latter, ranging in mass from 100,000 to 10 billion times the mass of our Sun. Scientists are hoping to use the data to peer into theearly universe, with many of these black holes growing just one or two billion years after the Big Bang in bursts of activity, rather than slowly gathering up matter.
“With this one amazing picture, we can explore the earliest days of black holes in the Universe and see how they change over billions of years,” Niel Brandt of Pennsylvania State University said in a statement.
The entire image is part of the Chandra Deep Field-South, a section of the sky devoid of clouds of gas from our galaxy, allowing astronomers an unobstructed view into the distant universe. It is located towards the constellation of Fornax in the Southern sky.
The reason the black holes shine so brightly in X-rays is because they heat up gas falling towards their event horizon, the point at which nothing not even light can escape the singularitys pull at the center of the black hole.
Interestingly, this research may point towards supermassive black holes having heavier beginnings than thought, with their seeds having a mass of about 10,000 to 100,000 times the mass of the Sun. This would better account for how they grow to a billion times the mass of the Sun, rather than a competing light theory, which posits they begin just 100 times the Suns mass, and thus having a growth rate that contradicts our current models.
Here’s the image again in full for you to enjoy.
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On Friday, the 28-year-old took to social media to show off her totally flat stomach, as well as her other ample ASSets! Rob Kardashian‘s lady love went on Snapchat to share a couple videos flaunting her bangin’ bod!
Follow @imblacchyna96A video posted by blacchyna snapchats (@blacchynasnapchats) on Jan 6, 2017 at 1:14pm PST
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The gorgeous gal also snapped a mirror shot (below):
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And the D.C. native doubled her fun when she posed for precious Instagram pics with Amber Rose, even backing up her booty on her BFF (above)!Ch-ch-check out their other sweet and sexy snaps (below)!!!
We hurtin feelinsA photo posted by Amber Rose (@amberrose) on Jan 6, 2017 at 12:18pm PST
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Lookin’ good, girls!
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