Sunday, July 26, 2009

Mobile Tracker -Search your Lost mobile


Dear friends, 

Got an interesting fact to share.. Nowadays each one of us carry Hi Fi Mobile devices and always fear that it may be stolen.

Each mobile carries a unique IMEI i.e International Mobile Identity Number which can be used to track your mobile anywhere in the world.

This is how it works!!!!!!


  1. Dial *#06# from your mobile.
  2.  Your mobile shows a unique 15 digit number. 
  3.  Note down this number anywhere except in your mobile; as this is the number which will help trace your mobile in case of a theft. 
  4.  Once stolen you just have to mail this 15 digit IMEI number to cop@vsnl.netcop@vsnl.net
  5. No need to go to police.
  6. Your Mobile will be traced within next 24 hrs via a complex system of GPRS and internet. 
  7. You will find where your hand set is being operated even in case your number has been changed. 

PASS ON THIS VERY IMP MESSAGE TO ALL YOUR FRIENDS AND RELATIVES. 

LET US HOPE THIS WORKS 
Sunday, July 19, 2009

Total Solar eclipse 22.07.09 In India


On July 22.2009 ,Total solar eclipse may be seen in area shown in the picture below and other parts of India Partial eclipse will be seen .Click on picture to enlarge the picture.This solar eclipse will be one of those much waiting celestial phenomenon a total solar eclipse. It will be seen in India  from 5.35 a.m. to 7.25 a.m. of July 22. and there will be a total eclipse for the duration of 6 minutes and 47 seconds.A total solar eclipse occurs when the moon moves between the sun and the earth, blocking out the sun from the areas in the moon’s shadow. Without the sun’s light, the sky darkens enough for stars to be seen and the corona makes a spectacular halo around the moon.Its suggested to utilize filters to watch this process.

General Maps of the Eclipse Path

The following maps show the overall regions of visibility of the partial eclipse as well as the path of the total eclipse through Asia and the Pacific Ocean. They use high resolution coastline data from the World Data Base II (WDB). Each map was chosen to isolate a specific region along the land portion of the eclipse path. Curves of maximum eclipse are included as well as the outline of the umbral shadow.
The maps are available as high resolution (300 dpi) PDF files.


Figure
Number
Title/DescriptionMap
File
Figure 1Orthographic (Global) Map of 2009 Total Solar EclipsePDF
Figure 2Map of 2009 Eclipse Path Through AsiaPDF
Figure 3Map of 2009 Eclipse Path Through India and BhutanPDF
Figure 4Map of 2009 Eclipse Path Through ChinaPDF
Figure 5Map of 2009 Eclipse Path South of JapanPDF


Detailed Maps of the Path of Totality

The following maps show path of the 2009 total eclipse in greater detail. They use high resolution coastline, city and highway data from the Digital Chart of the World (DCW). Each map was chosen to isolate a specific region along the land portion of the eclipse path. Curves of maximum eclipse are included as well as the outline of the umbral shadow. Within the umbral path, curves of constant duration have been plotted for totality.
The maps are available as high resolution (300 dpi) PDF files.
Figure
Number
Title/DescriptionMap
File
Figure 6India - MumbaiPDF
Figure 7India - BhopalPDF
Figure 8India (Patna) - NepalPDF
Figure 9India - BhutanPDF
Figure 10India - Burma - ChinaPDF
Figure 11China - ChengduPDF
Figure 12China - ChongquigPDF
Figure 13China - WuhanPDF
Figure 14China - ShanghaiPDF
Figure 15Japan - Ryukyu IslandsPDF
Figure 16Japan - Iwo JimaPDF
Figure 17Marshall IslandsPDF
Figure 18KiribatiPDF
Figure 19Phoenix IslandsPDF
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