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Seoul Semiconductor Co Ltd (Kosdaq:046890), an innovator of LED products and technology, announced on Wednesday the adoption by Chinese e-commerce company, JingDong, of Seoul Semiconductor's SunLike Series natural spectrum LEDs for its first desk lamp product line.
The last generation of sunlike stars will burn out, and humans will need a new kind of place to live.
Astronomers made the historic discovery of the very first exoplanet in orbit around a sunlike star with the spotting of 51 Pegasi b, or 51 Peg b for short.
Dubbed a "mega-Earth," the exoplanet Kepler-10c weighs 17 times as much as Earth and it circles a sunlike star in the constellation Draco.
SUnlike in Britain, where the music stopped for just a brief time, the only tune you'll be dancing to now is that of the 6am prison roll call you'll hear until your dying day.
The MWCNTs are made up of multiple layer sunlike SWCNTs which further increases the surface to volume ratio and leads to high sensitivity towards gas sensing [17,18].
et al.: Photocatalytic activity of single and mixed nanosheetlike Bi2WO6 and Ti[O.sub.2] for Rhodamine B degradation under sunlike and visible illumination, Applied Catalysis A: General 423-424 34-41 (2012)
A NEW WORLD The Kepler mission has spotted what may be a new rocky planet, named KOI 172.02, in orbit around a sunlike star.
According to that data set, the closest existing cluster with sunlike stars is M67.
The red dwarf, called KOI-961, was first flagged as a potential planetary system by the Kepler mission, a space telescope that looks for planets around sunlike stars by scanning the sky for stars that periodically dip in brightness-the result of one or more planets passing in front of them.
The term was derived from the Greek word helios, meaning "sun," to describe the sunlike configuration of these structures identified by electron microscopic examination.
Since transits of planets in the habitable zone of Sunlike stars occur about once a year and require three transits for verification, it is expected to take three years to locate and verify Earth-size planets orbiting Sun-like stars.