Wednesday, September 24, 2014

These Amazing People made Mangalyaan successful. They are the reason why we are Proud.

Mangalyaan finally reached it’s orbit. It was really a proud moment for all of us. Let us look at those people who made it possible. Feel free to hit share.

Anxious moments at ISRO work desk, moments before Chandrayaan reached its orbit.

Women Power- Women played a significant role in the upliftment of the society, but now they have achieved the same in the field of science.

The Scientists who made it possible. ISRO scientists pose for the camera as they succeed in their mission.

A Happy PM : Narendra Modi (L) congratulates the Chairman of ISRO Dr. K Radhakrishnan after the organistation’s Mars Orbiter Spacecraft spacecraft successfully entered the Mars orbit

It’s the time to celebrate, The Scientists at ISRO cheer after Chandrayaan reaches in the orbit.

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi (L) meets scientists before the Mars Orbiter Spacecraft (MoM) spacecraft successfully enters the Mars orbit at the Indian Space Research Organisation’s (ISRO

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Thursday, September 11, 2014

5 Million Gmail Accounts has ben Hacked

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Tuesday, September 9, 2014

What is Biogas & How Do We Make It? INFOGRAPHIC

Biogas systems provide economic, energy, and environmental benefits for farms, businesses, and communities. These systems enable the capture and use of methane while also addressing waste management and nutrient recovery needs, finds the Biogas Opportunities Roadmap, released by the Obama Administration.
If its full potential was realized, a cost-effective biogas industry could produce enough energy from the livestock sector to power 1 million average American homes.

Biogas is primarily a mixture of methane and carbon dioxide produced by the bacterial decomposition of organic materials in the absence of oxygen. Depending on the source of organic matter, biogas typically contains 50-70% methane, 30-40% carbon dioxide, and trace amounts of other constituents, such as hydrogen sulfide, hydrogen, nitrogen, and siloxanes.

Methane is both a potent greenhouse gas and a valuable source of energy. Today, methane accounts for nearly 9% of domestic greenhouse gas emissions. Thirty six percent of these emissions come from the agricultural sector, equivalent to over 200 million tons of carbon pollution. While methane’s lifetime in the atmosphere is much shorter than carbon dioxide, it is more efficient at trapping radiation. Pound for pound, the comparative impact of methane on climate change is over 20 times greater than carbon dioxide over a 100-year period.

This Biogas Opportunities Roadmap builds on progress made to date to identify voluntary actions that can be taken to reduce methane emissions through the use of biogas systems and outlines strategies to overcome barriers to a robust biogas industry in the United States. It supports the U.S. dairy industry’s voluntary 2008 goal to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 25% by 2020.

Learn more:
Check out a fact sheet about the Biogas Opportunities Roadmap.

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