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Abbott announced today the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval and launch of the iDesign Advanced WaveScan Studio System. The system acts as the "brain" of the LASIK procedure, generating a high-definition scan that measures and maps irregularities of the eye that may impact vision. From these measurements, the iDesign System creates an accurate and personalized LASIK treatment plan based on the unique "blueprint" of each person’s eyes. The iDesign System captures more than 1,200 micro readings of the eye, as well as identifying the shape of the cornea, its curvature, how light passes through the eye and pupil diameter under different lighting conditions – all in one, three-second scan that can be used to precisely correct vision. The development of the sensor technology within the iDesign System was the result of an earlier discovery by Abbott scientists, which NASA used to accurately measure and shape the mirrors in the James Webb Space Telescope to ensure it will transmit high resolution images of deep space back to earth. The telescope is scheduled to launch in 2018. To view the Multimedia News Release, please go to http://www.multivu.com/players/English/7571951-abbott-idesign-system-3-d-eye-map/
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The Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. Ralph camera aboard the New Horizons mission will provide the closest images we have ever seen of Pluto when the spacecraft arrives at the dwarf planet on July 14. Ralph, the main “eyes” of New Horizon is designed to help scientists map the surface geology of Pluto and its moons, and investigate Kuiper Belt objects. The small but powerful Ralph weighs only 23 pounds and operates on approximately seven watts, the power of a standard night light. The entire telescope operates around 220 K (-60°F) in the cold darkness of the outer solar system. After a journey of more than nine years, Ralph will capture the first ever close-up snapshots of Pluto when New Horizons passes within 7,000 miles of the tiny, icy dwarf planet. To view the Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/players/English/7530151-ball-aerospace-new-horizons-mission-pluto/
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The Story takes place somewhere in Europe with Semi-Retired Jewel Thief (Dutch Franklin) while composing music on his spare time at his home; one day randomly notices thru his Telescope, a Beautiful young woman (Masha Rechman) burglarizing his neighbor’s safe. The Thief that falls in love with the thief saga begins to unfold as their romance is challenged by her not wanting to give up her passion of becoming the best jewel thief of all time. Will Dutch Franklin convince her otherwise? Will she give it all up for their romance? Who can say? Dutch Franklin is the- “Thief Of Hearts” ART MUSIC FASHION Visit us at: http://twitter.com/dutchfranklin http://twitter.com/masharechman https://www.facebook.com/THEREALDUTCHFRANKLIN https://www.facebook.com/THEREALMASHARECHMAN WWW.DUTCHFRANKLIN.COM WWW.7030MUSICGROUP.COM WWW.MASHARECHMAN.COM 70/30 Music Group Inc. 2520 Coral Way Suite 2-400 Miami, Fl. 33145 US Offices: (786) 254-7165 **We Do Not Accept Unsolicited Material All Rights Reserved. 70/30 Music Group Inc. 2013-2015.
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Thirteen 12-meter antennas manufactured by General Dynamics SATCOM Technologies have been successfully installed at the 16,500-foot-high Chajnantor plateau in Chile, home to the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) astronomical observatory. Located in the Andes mountains, the 115-ton, highly specialized antennas form part of an 11-mile-wide international astronomy project. When it is completed in 2013, scientists will use the observatory to study portions of the universe at a level of detail that is beyond what current astronomical technologies provide, studying the origins of galaxies, stars, and planets. To view Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/mnr/52410-general-dynamics-antennas-for-world-s-largest-radio-telescope
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