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Avatar / Re: MAD: Mai Avataros Dolog
« Last post by Krapremp-ti on November 07, 2021, 03:08:49 am »
Sziasztok!

Bő egy év múlva elvileg már mozikban lesz az Avatar folytatása. Remélhetőleg a Covid már annyira háttérbe szorul, hogy ez nem fog megmutatkozni a nézettségi adatokon. De az tuti, hogy 2.7 milliárd bevételre senki se számítson. Én örülök hogy ha az 1 miliiárdot súrolni fogja. Sajnos az elmúlt másfél évben teljesen átalakultak a mozizási szokások. Nem hiszem, hogy jó darabig fognak jönni az óriási box office bevételek..

Szerintetek lesz év végén egy nyúlfarknyi teaser előzetes? Szeretnétek látni?   

A na'vi családot kérdezném :) Az új filmek hatására majd terveztek új jelmezeket készíteni? :) Az ott látott új na'vi karakterek és tárgyak alapján  ;)

Kargarosz testvérem. Te hogy vagy? Az elmúlt 10 évben többször is a halálodon voltál.. :( Aggódtam is, mert írtad sokszor, nem éled már meg a jövő évet. De aztán eltelt 10 év év, és ahogy látom még mindig haldokolsz..Mert a jövő évben is bizonytalan vagy, hogy túléled e.. Minden rendben vagy? Írj valami bíztatót.  ::)
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Music / Re: What are you currently listening to?
« Last post by Kxanay on November 07, 2021, 01:46:39 am »
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Music / Re: What are you currently listening to?
« Last post by Toliman on November 06, 2021, 04:09:45 pm »
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Science / Re: Space news topic and space related news
« Last post by Toliman on November 06, 2021, 04:08:54 pm »
Astronomers make most distant detection yet of fluorine in star-forming galaxy
https://www.eso.org/public/news/eso2115/

A new discovery is shedding light on how fluorine — an element found in our bones and teeth as fluoride — is forged in the Universe. Using the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA), in which the European Southern Observatory (ESO) is a partner, a team of astronomers have detected this element in a galaxy that is so far away its light has taken over 12 billion years to reach us. This is the first time fluorine has been spotted in such a distant star-forming galaxy.

“We all know about fluorine because the toothpaste we use every day contains it in the form of fluoride,” says Maximilien Franco from the University of Hertfordshire in the UK, who led the new study, published today in Nature Astronomy. Like most elements around us, fluorine is created inside stars but, until now, we did not know exactly how this element was produced. “We did not even know which type of stars produced the majority of fluorine in the Universe!”

Franco and his collaborators spotted fluorine (in the form of hydrogen fluoride) in the large clouds of gas of the distant galaxy NGP–190387, which we see as it was when the Universe was only 1.4 billion years old, about 10% of its current age. Since stars expel the elements they form in their cores as they reach the end of their lives, this detection implies that the stars that created fluorine must have lived and died quickly.

The team believes that Wolf–Rayet stars, very massive stars that live only a few million years, a blink of the eye in the Universe’s history, are the most likely production sites of fluorine. They are needed to explain the amounts of hydrogen fluoride the team spotted, they say. Wolf–Rayet stars had been suggested as possible sources of cosmic fluorine before, but astronomers did not know until now how important they were in producing this element in the early Universe.

“We have shown that Wolf–Rayet stars, which are among the most massive stars known and can explode violently as they reach the end of their lives, help us, in a way, to maintain good dental health!” jokes Franco.

Besides these stars, other scenarios for how fluorine is produced and expelled have been put forward in the past. An example includes pulsations of giant, evolved stars with masses up to few times that of our Sun, called asymptotic giant branch stars. But the team believes these scenarios, some of which take billions of years to occur, might not fully explain the amount of fluorine in NGP–190387.

“For this galaxy, it took just tens or hundreds of millions of years to have fluorine levels comparable to those found in stars in the Milky Way, which is 13.5 billion years old. This was a totally unexpected result,” says Chiaki Kobayashi, a professor at the University of Hertfordshire. “Our measurement adds a completely new constraint on the origin of fluorine, which has been studied for two decades.”

The discovery in NGP–190387 marks one of the first detections of fluorine beyond the Milky Way and its neighbouring galaxies. Astronomers have previously spotted this element in distant quasars, bright objects powered by supermassive black holes at the centre of some galaxies. But never before had this element been observed in a star-forming galaxy so early in the history of the Universe.

The team’s detection of fluorine was a chance discovery made possible thanks to the use of space and ground-based observatories. NGP–190387, originally discovered with the European Space Agency’s Herschel Space Observatory and later observed with the Chile-based ALMA, is extraordinarily bright for its distance. The ALMA data confirmed that the exceptional luminosity of NGP–190387 was partly caused by another known massive galaxy, located between NGP–190387 and the Earth, very close to the line of sight. This massive galaxy amplified the light observed by Franco and his collaborators, enabling them to spot the faint radiation emitted billions of years ago by the fluorine in NGP–190387.

Future studies of NGP–190387 with the Extremely Large Telescope (ELT) — ESO’s new flagship project, under construction in Chile and set to start operations later this decade — could reveal further secrets about this galaxy. “ALMA is sensitive to radiation emitted by cold interstellar gas and dust,” says Chentao Yang, an ESO Fellow in Chile. “With the ELT, we will be able to observe NGP–190387 through the direct light of stars, gaining crucial information on the stellar content of this galaxy.”
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General Projects / Resources / Re: Questionnaire possibility
« Last post by Toliman on November 06, 2021, 10:57:10 am »
You're welcome!
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General Projects / Resources / Re: Questionnaire possibility
« Last post by AlexWeekes on November 06, 2021, 10:49:45 am »
Thank you for your quick responses!
I'll check out the discord server - thanks for the invite.

irayo
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General Projects / Resources / Re: Questionnaire possibility
« Last post by Mako on November 06, 2021, 07:45:25 am »
Hello language enthusiasts,

I am a final-year UK undergraduate planning to write a linguistics dissertation on communities of conlang (specifically artlang) learners and their motivation for learning their chosen languages.
I plan to focus on how motivations differ between communities who learn artlangs from different periods. To do so I will obviously need access to each community and I would like to float the idea of a questionnaire just to check whether the Na'vi community would be open to this before I develop my methodology.
I can see that questionnaires have been conducted here before (including the sizeable 2015 one) but none that are very recent so perhaps we can cover something new!

If you would be interested in taking part in a study such as this please do let me know!

AW

Good morning Alex! Rewon lefpom!

You might have a bit more luck sourcing this from one of our Discord communities as they're far more active than the forums at this point. Give us a visit!
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General Projects / Resources / Re: Questionnaire possibility
« Last post by Toliman on November 06, 2021, 07:05:42 am »
Kaltxì ma AlexWeekes! Welcome here!

Good luck with your dissertation, I am interested in that.
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General Projects / Resources / Questionnaire possibility
« Last post by AlexWeekes on November 06, 2021, 06:46:14 am »
Hello language enthusiasts,

I am a final-year UK undergraduate planning to write a linguistics dissertation on communities of conlang (specifically artlang) learners and their motivation for learning their chosen languages.
I plan to focus on how motivations differ between communities who learn artlangs from different periods. To do so I will obviously need access to each community and I would like to float the idea of a questionnaire just to check whether the Na'vi community would be open to this before I develop my methodology.
I can see that questionnaires have been conducted here before (including the sizeable 2015 one) but none that are very recent so perhaps we can cover something new!

If you would be interested in taking part in a study such as this please do let me know!

AW
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Learning Resources / Re: Dict-na'vi.com report
« Last post by Vawmataw on November 05, 2021, 06:53:40 pm »
Quote from: Karyu Pawl
Lor has wide applicability, but yuey is ofp (only for people).
https://naviteri.org/2012/03/spring-vocabulary-part-1/
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