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BRISTOL, Pa., March 29, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Aries Electronics, an international manufacturer of standard, programmed and custom interconnection products, recently named Roy Larsen of Larsen Associates Aries' 2010 Representative of the Year Award. (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20110329/PH73444 ) Larsen, an Aries representative for more than a quarter of a century, doubled his sales over 2009 and led all representative groups in both dollars sold and percentage increase over the...
BRISTOL, Pa., May 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Aries Electronics, an international manufacturer of standard, programmed and custom interconnection products, recently awarded Joe Midili of JMA Inc. the 2009 Representative of the Year award after nearly doubling his 2008 sales.
BRISTOL, Pa., April 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Aries Electronics, an international manufacturer of standard, programmed and custom interconnection products, announced that Roy Larsen of Larsen Associates achieved a 39% increase in sales over 2007 earning him the 2008 Representative of the Year Award.
Two terrestrial planets orbiting a mature sun-like star some 300 light-years from Earth recently suffered a violent collision, astronomers at UCLA, Tennessee State University and the California Institute of Technology will report in a December issue of the Astrophysical Journal, the premier journal of astronomy and astrophysics.
Enormous masses of dust floating around a binary star system suggest that two Earth-like planets demolished each other in a violent collision.
Teams of international scientists have used observations from NASA's Swift satellite and other telescopes to witness the evolution of a cosmic blast into a stellar explosion or supernova.
Astronomers report tremendous quantities of warm dusty debris surrounding a star with luminosity and mass similar to the sun's, but located 300 light-years from Earth. The extraordinary nature of the dust indicates a violent history of cosmic collisions between asteroids and comets, or perhaps even between planets. The discovery is published July 21 in Nature.
A relatively young star located about 300 light-years away is greatly improving our understanding of the formation of Earth-like planets.
- Withering but not falling off, as a blossom that persists on a twig after flowering.