Description: On 17.03.2016 watching and shooting Jupiter with my Skywatcher Newton 200/1000 Telescope. The seeing was not the best, so i wavered to handle the Videos. By and by 10 days after the fact i looked through the Videos and i found this odd light detect that showed up for under one second on the edge of the planetary plate. Recollecting Shoemaker-Levy 9, my clarification for this is a space rock or comet that enters Jupiters high environment and consumed/blast quick.
Description: Lightning is a sudden electrostatic discharge during an electrical storm between electrically charged regions of a cloud (called intra-cloud lightning or IC), between that cloud and another cloud (CC lightning), or between a cloud and the ground (CG lightning). #lightning
Description: If WiFi can track a heartbeat through walls, why can't I get internet in my corner bathroom? Jason Cole was trying to figure that out too, but unlike me, he's a PhD student in physics. So he mapped his own apartment and assigned refraction values to the walls (shown above), then applied so-called Helmholtz equations to model the electromagnetic waves. As detailed in his (math-drenched) blog, the best spot for his router was where you'd expect: directly in the center. Since that was out of the question, he was still able to get "tendrils" of internet by placing it in the corner of the apartment. His experiment implies that even in a distant room you could eke some connectivity by judiciously shifting around your laptop. Some commenters want him to turn his equations into a WiFi mapping web service -- unfortunately, he thinks the idea is "unfeasible" due to the processing time and assumptions made.