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NASA to rename asteroid that’s closest to Earth as Bennu
NASA is replacing the name of the asteroid that will pass about 18,300 miles from Earth this summer with a more appropriate name after coming up with the name Bennu for the target.
Bennu will pass closest to Earth this summer on May 6, 2014, and is expected to be the closest asteroid to pass the Earth since 1948. But scientists are already thinking ahead to what happens to Bennu in the next few centuries, and they want its name to reflect the asteroid’s ultimate destiny.
The International Asteroid Alert Network (IAAN) petitioned NASA to pick a more “appropriate name for the object,” as it’s called in Washington, D.C., NASA News reported. Other possible names were: “The Beatles” and “Rai.”
NASA announced a contest after the IAAN petition to choose the asteroid’s name, awarding about $20,000 in prizes, including two $10,000 awards. The winner is Elenin, a contest from Spanish universities. The winners are Novikov and Kaisarevski.
The IAAN met in conjunction with a conference at the National Academy of Sciences “Space and Planetary Science 2014.”
The asteroid is 2,000 miles closer to Earth than the previous asteroid to pass Earth the closest since 2000, NASA reported.
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I have already asked on Apple.com and they have no idea. I believe a malicious user or group got into my Mac, somehow and is trying to transfer files to my other Macs. So I have to find the culprit.
I’m interested to find out what these are and how to safely remove them.
The “red spots” look like Super Unicode Data (.sud). The “red” text is hidden unicode data (a string of space-delimited characters), with the values 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 or 8, and the hidden data string is probably in hex format.
The value in the Finder indicates the size of the string.
The file(s) in question probably originate from a Mac executable or script that hid Unicode Data just like this. Normally, it is not visible in text files or documents. Only when there is text with a Unicode character in it, then the Unicode Data becomes visible.
Marked change in proteinuria in a patient with severe lupus nephritis: a case report and review of the literature.
Spontaneous remission of severe lupus nephritis is rare in association with anti-GBM nephritis and serum sickness. A case of severe lupus nephritis in a young female patient who presented with hematuria and proteinuria is reported. In this patient, proteinuria (2+ to 3+ by dipstick test) did not persist. At the time of her initial evaluation, proteinuria was not noted by 24-hour urine collection (170 mg/day). However, persistent proteinuria (1+) by two consecutive 24-hour urine collection was seen at the time of her second presentation. She was found to have IgG and IgM anti-GBM antibodies in her serum. Renal biopsy revealed lupus nephritis in class IV at the time of her first visit (nonsplit proliferative glomerulonephritis). Another kidney biopsy at the time of her second presentation revealed membranous lupus nephritis in class IV (nonsplit proliferative glomerulonephritis with diffuse granular deposition of immunoglobulins and C3 and C3d). Complete resolution of proteinuria in class IV (