Rhea is the second-largest moon of Saturn and the ninth-largest moon in the Solar System. It is the second smallest body in the Solar System for which precise measurements have confirmed a shape consistent with hydrostatic equilibrium, after dwarf planet Ceres, it was discovered in 1672 by Giovanni Domenico Cassini. Rhea was discovered by Giovanni Domenico Cassini on 23 December 1672, it was the second moon of Saturn that Cassini discovered, the third moon discovered around Saturn overall. Rhea is named after the Titan Rhea of Greek mythology, the "mother of the gods", it is designated Saturn V. Cassini named the four moons he discovered Sidera Lodoicea to honor King Louis XIV. Astronomers fell into the habit of referring to them and Titan as Saturn I through Saturn V. Once Mimas and Enceladus were discovered, in 1789, the numbering scheme was extended to Saturn VII, to Saturn VIII with the discovery of Hyperion in 1848. Rhea was not named until 1847, when John Herschel suggested in Results of Astronomical Observations made at the Cape of Good Hope that the names of the Titans and brothers of Kronos, be used.
Rhea is an icy body with a density of about 1.236 g/cm3. This low density indicates. Although Rhea is the ninth-largest moon, it is only the tenth-most-massive moon. Before the Cassini-Huygens mission, it was assumed. However, measurements taken during a close flyby by the Cassini orbiter in 2005 cast this into doubt. In a paper published in 2007 it was claimed that the axial dimensionless moment of inertia coefficient was 0.4. Such a value indicated that Rhea had an homogeneous interior while the existence of a rocky core would imply a moment of inertia of about 0.34. In the same year another paper claimed the moment of inertia was about 0.37. Rhea being either or differentiated would be consistent with the observations of the Cassini probe. A year yet another paper claimed that the moon may not be in hydrostatic equilibrium meaning that the moment of inertia can not be determined from the gravity data alone. In 2008 an author of the first paper tried to reconcile these three disparate results.
He concluded that there is a systematic error in the Cassini radio Doppler data used in the analysis, but after restricting the analysis to a subset of data obtained closest to the moon, he arrived at his old result that Rhea was in hydrostatic equilibrium and had the moment inertia of about 0.4, again implying a homogeneous interior. The triaxial shape of Rhea is consistent with a homogeneous body in hydrostatic equilibrium rotating at Rhea's angular velocity. Models suggest that Rhea could be capable of sustaining an internal liquid-water ocean through heating by radioactive decay. Rhea's features resemble those of Dione, with dissimilar leading and trailing hemispheres, suggesting similar composition and histories; the temperature on Rhea is between 73 K and 53 K in the shade. Rhea has a rather typical cratered surface, with the exceptions of a few large Dione-type chasmata or fractures on the trailing hemisphere and a faint "line" of material at Rhea's equator that may have been deposited by material deorbiting from its rings.
Rhea has two large impact basins on its anti-Cronian hemisphere, which are about 400 and 500 km across. The more northerly and less degraded of the two, called Tirawa, is comparable to the basin Odysseus on Tethys. There is a 48 km-diameter impact crater at 112°W, prominent because of an extended system of bright rays; this crater, called Inktomi, is nicknamed "The Splat", may be one of the youngest craters on the inner moons of Saturn. No evidence of any endogenic activity has been discovered, its surface can be divided into two geologically different areas based on crater density. This suggests; the leading hemisphere is cratered and uniformly bright. As on Callisto, the craters lack the high relief features seen on the Mercury, it has been theorized. On the trailing hemisphere there is a network of bright swaths on a dark background and few visible craters, it had been thought that these bright areas might be material ejected from ice volcanoes early in Rhea's history when its interior was still liquid.
However, observations of Dione, which has an darker trailing hemisphere and similar but more prominent bright streaks, show that the streaks are ice cliffs resulting from extensive fracturing of the moon's surface. The extensive dark areas are thought to be deposited tholins, which are a mix of complex organic compounds generated on the ice by pyrolysis and radiolysis of simple compounds containing carbon and hydrogen; the January 17, 2006 distant flyby by the Cassini spacecraft yielded images of the wispy hemisphere at better resolution and a lower Sun angle than previous observations. Images from this and subsequent flybys showed that Rhea's streaks in fact
Kathy Pham is a Vietnamese American computer scientist and product leader. She served as a founding product and engineering member of the United States Digital Service in the Executive Office of the President of the United States at The White House, has held roles in leadership, product management, data science at Google, IBM, the Georgia Tech Research Institute, Harris Healthcare. Pham is a Fellow and Adjunct Lecturer on product management at the Harvard Kennedy School, a Fellow at the Mozilla Foundation, Affiliate at the Harvard Berkman Klein Center where she co-founded and leads the Ethical Tech Group. Pham co-leads the Responsible Computer Science Challenge at Mozilla alongside Omidyar Network, Craig Newmark Philanthropies, Schmidt Futures. Pham’s parents were Vietnamese boat people, who spent several years in refugee camps before immigrating to the United States, her brother, United States Marine Corps Captain David Pham, was presented the Purple Heart medal during combat operations in Afghanistan.
Pham attended Windsor Forest High School in Savannah, Georgia where she was a member of the volleyball team and graduated as Salutatorian of her graduating class. Pham earned a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from the Georgia Institute of Technology, she holds a Master of Science in Computer Science from both the Georgia Institute of Technology and Supelec, specializing in cryptography and human computer interaction. While in university, Pham was the chair of Georgia Tech's Women in Computing, director of technology at Phi Mu Fraternity, researcher in the Bio-Medical Informatics and Bio-Imaging Lab, founded the southeast chapter of United for Sight. Pham began her career as a software engineer building flights simulation and healthcare interoperability software at the Georgia Tech Research Institute and Harris Healthcare, she was a consultant and data scientist at IBM who focused on healthcare analytics. There, she led IBM’s Employee Charitable Contribution Campaign and founded the After Hours Gaming League for StarCraft II with a team that made it to the league gaming finals.
At Google, she held roles in product management, technical program management, data science on Google Health, Google People Operations, Google Search. She founded Google’s first Business Intelligence Summit, called SELECT*. Pham left Google in 2014 to join and build the United States Digital Service, where she led and contributed to public services across the Veterans Affairs, Department of Defense, Precision Medicine Initiative, Cancer Moonshot, spanning engineering, product management, people operations. Pham was a guest speaker to the White House State of Science, Technology and Math, following the State of the Union address in 2015. Pham is a fellow at Harvard University’s Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society, where her research spans technology, healthcare, artificial intelligence, the social responsibility and ethics of the tech industry; as a member of the 2018 MIT Media Lab and Berkman Klein Center Assembly, Pham's work addressed the ethics and governance of Artificial Intelligence with a focus on community involvement and community voices, she co-founded ai-in-the-loop.
Pham teaches Product Society at the Harvard Kennedy School of government. Pham is active with outreach and activism, has been notable for bringing her infant daughter along for a keynote address prompting the hashtag #LittleKeynoteSpeaker, she works with immigrant communities to help navigate government services. Pham has served as an advisory board member of the Anita Borg Institute and the Make the Breast Pump Not Suck Initiative. Pham is the founder and executive director of the Cancer Sidekick Foundation and the founder of the Boston Chapter of Women in Product, she coined the term Cancer Patient Sidekick. Salutatorian of Windsor Forest High School graduating class Finalist for the Anita Borg Memorial Scholarship Georgia Tech College of Computing’s Most Outstanding Junior First Lady Michelle Obama’s Guest to the 2015 State of the Union One of the youngest members to be inducted in the Georgia Tech Greek Hall of Fame. Nguoi Viet’s 40 under 40 Placed 1st representing the United States in the international Imagine Cup “Olympics for Technology” competition with over 300,000 competitors.
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Jim Catania known as Mr. Jim, replaced drummer Manny Martínez in The Misfits in the fall of 1977 and remained in the band until November 1978. Catania had been in an earlier band called Boojang with Glenn Danzig. Mr. Jim is featured on the same songs as Franché Coma. Jim left the band soon after Franché returned to his other band Continental Crawler, he played for The Adults and Aces and Eights. Both Jim and Manny were from Lodi, New Jersey and graduated from Lodi High School in 1971. After leaving Lodi, Jim moved to New Jersey with his wife. Mr. Jim and his wife moved to Hoboken, New Jersey, he opened his own music and DVD store called Mr. Jim's House of Video in Belleville, New Jersey in December 2008; as for his playing style, he is known for his frantic 4/4 rock beats fast footwork on the bass drum and 16th-note precision on the hi-hat. As of August 2010, Mr. Jim is playing in The Exstatics with Paul of the Living Dead of The Undead and the Bad Whoremoans. Jim Catania has joined the Von Frankensteins, according to an article from Blabbermouth.net.
Mr. Jim's latest projects include the instrumental surf album entitled "Monkey with a Gun" and a untitled punk rock album. In August 2012 he recorded a Misfits cover of'Hollywood Babylon' with Robby Bloodshed. Bullet - Single Beware - EP Legacy of Brutality - Compilation Collection I - Compilation Collection II - Compilation The Misfits - Box set Static Age - Album Promotional Pollution - EP "The Anthology 1977-79: Cars, Cards And Questionable Women" - CD
Somewhere in... blog is a Bengali blogging web site. বাঁধ ভাঙার আওয়াজ or Voice of breaking obstacle is the slogan of the blog. It is the first public blogging site in Bengali established in 2005 and the largest community of Bengali bloggers in the world, it provides free blog posting for registered users. Registration is optional to read on blogs hosted on the site. Registration is required to comment on the post. Syeda Gulshan Ferdous Jana and her husband Arild Klokkerhaug are the founder of the blog, she is the editor of Somewhere in... blog. Site's programmer Hasin Hayder developed a Bengali phonetic keyboard, the first tool to write in Bengali using an English keyboard. There were over 175 thousands individual registered bloggers with the site as of November, 2014; the number of active bloggers are over 10,000. Want trial of war criminals Protest for justice of Murder of Sagar Sarowar and Meherun Runi Celebration of Bengali Blog Day For bloggers of this site, there are four types of moderation status.
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Mads Glæsner is a Danish swimmer. He participated at the 2008 Summer Olympics in the 400 metre freestyle and the 1500 metre freestyle disciplines, his swimming club is Vallensbæk-VAT but he trains at the National Training Center in Copenhagen. He competed at the 2012 Summer Olympics in the 4 x 200 m freestyle relay. In June 2013, Glæsner was stripped of a gold and bronze medal from the 2012 World Short Course Championships after testing positive for levomethamphetamine. However, upon appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport, Glaesner's 1500-metre freestyle gold medal was reinstated based on the fact that a test after that race, two days after his initial positive test following the 400-metre free, was clean, he still forfeited the 400-metre freestyle bronze. Since he has competed at the 2016 Summer Olympics, in the 400 m freestyle
The Brink–Wegner House is a historic house located at 110 E. 4th St. in Pierre, South Dakota. The house was built in 1904 for Andrew C. Brink, a real estate contractor; the house's Shingle style design features a gambrel roof and a bay window with a cone-shaped roof on the second floor. Four different shingle designs are used to side the house above the first floor; the house's dining room features a mural on the ceiling, part of an interior the National Park Service called "one of the best period interiors in the State". In 1923, Henry C. Wegner, who owned the state's first automobile agency, bought the home; the house was moved from 109 South Highland Avenue to its current location in 1977. The house was added to the National Register of Historic Places on April 26, 1978