Tuesday, June 20, 2017

DCNewsroom launches new virtual startup company through online game

Last month the DCNewsroom held the first ever board meeting for its new company that’s been launched to develop virtual utility water for players on the popular online game My Profit Land.

It’s a company that has no staff, no fixed premises and no expensive laboratory equipment, but this company marks the exciting start of a new way to make real money from selling virtual products to virtual companies on My Profit Land.

The new company, DCNewsroom Water, produces virtual water for players to buy in the game. It requires no raw materials and the production is automated. Water is needed by companies in order to work in the game.

“It doesn't require workers, it operates by itself and it starts producing as soon as you open it,” said jasmir7, a player on My Profit Land based in Portugal. “All companies require electricity and water, so it is really easy to sell both ,electricity and water, whichever one you choose.”

My Profit Land is a strategy game in which you have a chance to convert your virtual currency into real money. It is an online browser game, therefore you do not need any other programs installed in order to play. It is one of the few business games where you are rewarded for your daily activity. As a simulation game, it offers you the possibility to fight, work, open companies or start wars to earn cash. It is a very complex game, and the more you play it, the more options you will find for your own development.

Monday, June 19, 2017

Video: F-35 at 2017 Paris Air Show

The F-35A made its aerial demonstration debut on Monday at the Paris Air Show in front of thousands of spectators. Watch this impressive display of 5th Generation innovation in aviation.

Saturday, June 17, 2017

Video: Boeing 737 and 787 soar together

Watch the Boeing 737 MAX 9 and 787-10 Dreamliner soar together as they show off their advanced designs, superior performance and sheer beauty.

"This is a real video of our Boeing 737 MAX 9 and 787-10 Dreamliner being flown by our test pilots," The Boeing Company said in a description of the video on YouTube. "No CG effects were used in any of the footage. Video was captured mostly from a chase plane and helicopter as our newest airplanes flew together for the first time over Washington earlier this month."

Sunday, June 4, 2017

DailyWin app lets users earn real cash

I just won 50 cents on DailyWin, a free app for Android and iPhones that lets users earn real cash.

DailyWin is a chance to win real cash every day. The app offers users a unique opportunity to play free scratch card games daily for a chance to win real money. Thousands of users are winning real cash prizes every single day, the company says in the app's description. “Not to mention there are extra ways to earn cash by completing simple daily tasks such as watching videos, taking surveys, and much more coming soon.”
  • Free scratch card tickets everyday.
  • Watch videos to earn money.
  • Surveys
  • Make money for every scratch card you complete (even if you don’t win).
  • Daily Prize Wheel (Coming Soon)
  • Cash payouts using Paypal or Checks.
  • Always free to play, no in-app purchases required to play & win.
  • The app has already paid out over $2,465 to users.
Editor's note: I earned a total of $11 from DailyWin so far this year.

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Four space launches planned in the next 24 hours

If all goes according to plan four space rockets will launch from three different countries between 8 p.m. Wednesday and 8 p.m. Thursday Eastern Daylight Time (EDT).

First, a Japanese H-2A rocket will launch at 8:17 p.m. EDT Wednesday carrying the Michibiki-2 navigation satellite, part of the Quasi-Zenith Satellite System. The launch will take place at the Tanegashima Space Center on Tanegashima Island, Japan.

Second, a NASA Terrier-Improved Malemute sounding rocket will launch at 4:27 a.m. EDT Thursday and release ten canisters into space about the size of a soft drink can. The canisters will produce blue-green and red vapor clouds visible in the sky. These clouds, or vapor tracers, allow scientists on the ground to visually track particle motions in space. The launch will take place at NASA's Wallops Flight Facility, Wallops Island, Va.

Third, a SpaceX Falcon 9 vehicle will launch at 5:55 p.m. EDT Thursday carrying a Dragon cargo ship for the International Space Station. The launch will take place at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, Fla.

Fourth, a European Ariane 5 rocket will launch at 7:45 p.m. EDT Thursday carrying the ViaSat-2 and Eutelsat 172B communications satellites. The launch will take place at the Guiana Space Center, French Guiana, South America.

Keep an eye on the DCNewsroom Live Video Events page to watch these launches.

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Rocket launch from Virginia will light up mid-Atlantic coast

The morning skies along the mid-Atlantic coast will light up with luminescent clouds as NASA tests a new system that supports science studies of the ionosphere and aurora with a sounding rocket launch June 29 from the Wallops Flight Facility on the eastern shore of Virginia.

During the flight of a two-stage Terrier-Improved Malemute sounding rocket at 4:15 a.m. EDT, ten canisters about the size of a soft drink can will be deployed in the air.

The canisters will deploy between four and five minutes after launch. Blue-green and red vapor forming artificial clouds should be visible. These clouds or vapor tracers allow scientists on the ground to visually track particle motions in space.

The development of the multi-canister or ampule ejection system will allow scientists to gather information over a much larger area than previously allowed when deploying the vapor just from the main payload.

Ground cameras will be stationed at Wallops and in Duck, N.C., to view the vapor tracers. Clear skies are preferred, but not required, at both sites for the launch to occur.

The vapor tracers are formed through the interaction of barium, strontium and cupric-oxide. The tracers will be released at altitudes 96 to 124 miles high and pose absolutely no hazard to residents along the mid-Atlantic coast.

The vapor tracers could be visible from New York to North Carolina and westward to Charlottesville, Va.

The total flight time for the mission is expected to be about eight minutes. The payload will land in the Atlantic Ocean about 90 miles from Wallops Island and will not be recovered.