Archive for February 2, 2010

hi dear ones,

i am with and without my family.

Immidiate family

Immediate family

Sushant Koltey on occasion of Dussehra at home.

Rain clouds captured from sushant koltey's home

Sushant Koltey's Days of thunder storm !!!

Sushant Koltey's holi with frendz

Sushant koltey at Barber shop

Sushant Koltey with shining Head !!!

hi dear ones,

Research to Watch            

Project: 4G Cellular Network

4G mobile network technology is in its final stages of research and development; the company hopes the roll-out will occur later this year. The data rate should be between 100 megabits and one gigabit per second. (A typical DSL landline in the U.S. has a data rate of one to three megabits per second.) Such speeds would allow high-quality downloads of full-length movies in minutes.

Project: High-Performance Video Coding
Moving Picture Experts Group (MPEG)

Aiming to improve video quality on everything from smart phones to giant televisions, the group is evaluating new coding and compression techniques. Previous technologies developed by the group now underlie most digital multimedia formats.

hi dear ones,

Be very very Aware !!!!!! NASA is funding for new and advanced technolgy.

Though its looking harmless, think deeply because its troubling !!!


Under the fiscal year 2011 budget proposal, NASA’s budget would increase from $18.7 billion to $19 billion. That number would increase slightly each year over the next five years, totaling more than $100 billion. But the budget ends the Constellation program, which aimed to return humans to the moon by 2020. The budget proposal also includes $7.8 billion over five years to develop new “critical technologies” needed for future exploration plans. NASA cited several examples of such technologies, including in-orbit propellant transfer, which could allow spacecraft to refuel in space; automated rendezvous and docking systems for spacecraft; closed-loop life support systems that could permit long-duration human missions without requiring large amounts of water, air, and other supplies; and inflatable modules that could enhance use of the ISS. Such technologies could not only support future NASA exploration missions but also private spaceflight efforts under development by companies such as Bigelow Aerospace, Orbital Sciences, and SpaceX.