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Vizzuality has been working with teams from Oxford University and NASA on a brand new project to find new planets outside our solar system. NASA uses powerful computers to analyze the huge stream of data coming from the Kepler space observatory currently orbiting the sun. However, there are many cases where our human brains appear to be better at understanding this data, especially when it comes to identifying smaller planets, like Earth. Through our Citizen Science project, planethunters.org, you have the opportunity to contribute to these important new discoveries, and to join NASA in the search for Earth-like planets orbiting other stars.
This new and dedicated product site gives you all needed information about Vizada XChange, our all-in-one solutions platform which provides centralized voice, VoIP, data, internet access and optimizes vessel management in a cost-efficient way. From this single website, you can access: Vizada XChange Video In-depth information on features & benefits Support documentation & image library Dedicated news FAQs …and much more. The site’s content is organized in a consistent and user-friendly way, making it easier to find the information you need.
By Mail Foreign Service UPDATED: 16:35 GMT, 28 October 2010 The early warning system installed after the 2004 tsunami in Indonesia failed to alert islanders to the latest deadly wave because it had fallen into disrepair, officials revealed. The death toll from the double natural disaster has risen to more than 340 and hundreds more are still missing in the wake of a 10ft tsunami and volcano eruption. A 7.7 magnitude earthquake struck the ocean floor off western Sumatra on Monday, triggering a tsunami that smashed ashore and demolished entire villages. Destruction: This aerial photograph shows the remains of a village that was swept away by the tsunami in North Pagai island, one of the Mentawai islands Human cost: Villagers stand near the bodies of tsunami victims in Pasapuat, Silabu Island, West Sumatra