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Monthly Archives: February 2009

Enjoy by seeing the sizzling pictures of Maria Sherapova

Light, usually bluish, emitted when a fast moving electrically charged automatic particle passes through a transport solid or liquid at a speed greater than that at which light travels in the solid or liquid. This radiation, named after the Russian physicist Pavl Alekseyevich Cerenkov who observed it in 1934, is the optical equivalent of the sonic boom emitted by supersonic aircraft, and can be used to detect electrically charged particles.

Apparatus with which objects too small to be seen with any optical microscope can be examined. Streams of electrons are generated by an electron gun and beamed to illuminate the object to be studied. They are focused with a magnetic coil on to a photographic plate or on to a video screen to form the magnitude image. Electrons have a shorter wave length than light, so they can reveal finer detail

elite event. Five players are sitting joint-top scorers of this season’s UEFA Champions League, but only four can add on to their impressive goal tally. Marseille’s Mamdou Niang, who took the competition by storm in the group stages, will have to sit and watch the rest of the tournament after the French giants got knocked out in Group D. Juventus’ evergreen captain Alessandro Del Piero has been rolling back the years in this edition with five scorching beauties in the group stages. Hs majestic display against a hapless Real Madrid was one of the best individual performances in the group stages. Steven Gerrard, who we all know has a tendency to bail his team out when the going gets tough, has put his name amongst the best with five thunderbolts, some worthy of goal of the tournament. Lyon’s French megastar Karim Benzema knows no boundaries as he terrorized European defences into submission and sits on five as well. Rounding up the lot is Barcelona’s Argentine magician Lionel Messi, a potential Player of the Tournament whose mesmerizing runs have given defenders nightmares across Europe.

The name Ganga is famous alike in legend and history and it is considered the most sacred river by the Hindus. It covers, what is called the heartland of India, which was the main center of the ancient Aryan culture. It rises near the glacier, Gangotri in the Himalayas and flows through Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Bengal to fall into the Bay of Bengal.