"By analysing data on the star’s varying brightness, using observations from other observatories, the astronomers confirmed the object to be an eclipsing binary system where the smaller component passes in front and behind the larger one as it orbits. In this case HR 5171 A is orbited by its companion star every 1300 days."
Wouldn't atmospheric drag from the Yellow Giant slow the companion star down rapidly or is it somehow "star surfing"?
It's unbelievable how much time and effort went into the protection (from "unlicensed copies") of Windows 8.x -- the OA/SLIC 3.x method for large OEM customers causes an *individual key* for each unit to be generated, verified/registered with Microsoft, and inserted into the systems firmware.
And now they're just giving it away?
I still prefer and use Windows 7, and will continue to do so.
First take in this story.
Perhaps "a 100-person Mechanical Turk study with a $5 research budget" should be done here as well, then define "married" to be engaged in holy matrimony with an actual physical human being (of the opposite, same, or any of the genders defined by Facebook). Perhaps the questionnaire failed to mention "IRL" so they thought WoW counted, too.
I don't understand where your "negative mass" is coming from.
Another one that never watched ST:TAS... from Memory Alpha's description of Beyond the Farthest Star:
En route to investigate, the Enterprise suddenly experiences severe hypergravitational effects from Questar M-17's negative star mass.
Chang'E 3 has several cameras (as does the YuTu rover)
The rover's cameras cannot be used following an emergency injunction order from YouTube for trademark infringement.
Up to this point it has been a term that refers to software controls that require a key/authorisation to work.
Eh, no. Cinavia is also DRM and is just an audio watermark; yes, it changes (== degrades, but to which point is a whole other discussion) the audio stream. Certain devices manufactured after a certain date are mandated to *check for this watermark* and upon discovery do something (e.g. mute the audio after x amount of minutes).
DRM != Usage Restrictions. DRM is often used to enforce usage restrictions, but it does not need to. FairPlay restricted usage, the current system iTMS uses does not. But it is still DRM since the sole purpose is to enforce copyrights.