Mega Trip Hop / Hip Hop star AKON is all set to hit New Delhi with his 1st ever full set live concert. His Smash hit album Konvicted has been selling in millions in India, and he”s eager to meet and perform for his fans here. We know this is going to be a big one, not only in terms of scale, but also in sheer energy and performance. Thats entertainment guys, hope to see you there…..spread the word will ya…
What: Great news for music fans in Delhi, India!
Akon will be Live in Concert this October in association with Delhi Times, VH1 and Reliance Mobile
When: 6th Oct, 2007
Where: NSIC Exhibition Grounds, Okhla Industrial Estate, New Delhi, India
*** Yo Yo…Great time for me cuz I’m in New Delhi now. I must have to join his concert but I have to think about the price of ticket first…hehehehehe….. 🙂
You all are invited with free entrance. Spirit house is the big exhibition and art performance of Khmer Arts Academy. Please come to support our Khmer culture. The event is also co-organized with SALA ArtSpace and sponsored in part by Online, Monument Books, ANZ Royal.
Date: Saturday, July 21, 2007
Place: Khmer Art Academy, Prek Ho, Takhmao
Spirit house exhibition, Art performance (See the map below)
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The search for extraterrestrial life has taken an unexpected twist as European astronomers just detected an incredible planet, bearing a striking resemblance to our Earth, which could mean that we’re not alone in the universe.
“We are not alone” could prove to be more possible than ever, said the scientists who discovered a warm and rocky “second Earth” circling a star.
The planet is the most Earth-like ever spotted and is thought to have perfect conditions for water, an essential ingredient for life. Researchers detected the planet orbiting one of Earth’s nearest stars, a cool red dwarf called Gliese 581, 20 light years away in the constellation of Libra.
Measurements of the planet’s celestial path suggest it is 1½ times the size of our home planet, and orbits close to its sun, with a year of just 13 days. The planet’s orbit brings it 14 times closer to its star than Earth is to the sun. But Gliese 581 burns at only 3,000C, half the temperature of our own sun, making conditions on the planet comfortable for life, with average ground temperatures estimated at 0 to 40C.
Researchers claim the planet is likely to have an atmosphere. The discovery follows a three-year search for habitable planets in the distant space, made by the European Southern Observatory at La Silla in Chile.
“We wouldn’t be surprised if there is life on this planet,” said Stephane Udry, an astronomer on the project at the Geneva Observatory in Switzerland.
Two years ago, the same team discovered a giant Neptune-sized planet orbiting Gliese 581. A closer look revealed the latest planetary discovery, along with a third, larger planet that orbits the star every 84 days.
The planets have been named after their star, with the most Earth-like of them, called Gliese 581c. The team spotted the planet by searching the “habitable zone”, the ideal distance to the central star, not too close to be too hot (like boiling Mercury) and not too far to be a frozen wasteland (like Neptune).
And while astronomers are not yet able to look for signs of biology on the planet, the discovery is a milestone in planet detection and the search for extraterrestrial life, one with the potential to profoundly change our outlook on the universe.