That ‘Alien Megastructure’ Star Just Kicked Into Action Again, And Scientists Are Freaking Out

That ‘Alien Megastructure’ Star Just Kicked Into Action Again, And Scientists Are Freaking Out

The strangest star in the universe soon recovered its efforts, researchers reporting that its light began to darken strange – just as it did two years ago when he baffled scientists of their uneven light emissions.

This time, we are witnessing the ongoing research, because over the weekend, astronomers began to run on Twitter, telling everyone: a telescope big enough to agree on the star and help them understand what it’s happening.
In late 2015, a team of astronomers led by Tabetha Boyajian of Yale University noticed something peculiar – a strange light pattern surrounding the star that no one could explain now.

One of the best ways for scientists to locate and study distant stars is to follow the path they emit light – light and glow periodic gaps can reveal the existence of one or more large objects in orbit regularly .

These immersions in brightness are usually very light, stars usually reduce to less than 1% every few days, weeks or months, depending on the size of the orbiting planets.

The 2015 models were so bizarre that they even led a scientist who suggests the possibility of “getting alien” as a Dyson sphere has broken its broadcasts.

“Foreigners should always be the last case you are considering,” said Jason Wright, an astronomer at Pennsylvania State University, in the Atlantic at the time, “but it seemed like something that’s just waiting for an extraterrestrial civilization buildup.”

Others suggested comet swarms, the remaining feces of a devoured planet, or even a scenario in which KIC 8462852 is so deformed, becomes a form that gives it a greater radius at the equator than on poles, but none has been widely Accepted by the scientific community.

The problem was the lack of data – it is more than enough to test or reject the deployment scenarios.

“We embarrassed ourselves in a place where we could do nothing,” Boyajian told the Verge. “We had all the data we could, and to learn more, we had to catch it again.”

Humanity’s ‘doomsday’ seed vault is probably still safe

Humanity’s ‘doomsday’ seed vault is probably still safe

On Friday, a multitude of alarming newsletters emerged

on Svalbard’s Global Seed Vault. Apparently, the water had violated this type of “security” of the planet’s seeds that are supposed to protect the food supply of the earth in the case of a “judgment day” scenario.

The alleged failure of the vault, buried deep in the Arctic slope, occurred after warmer than usual temperatures, which caused the formation of a permafrost layer, “sending cast water that gushes into the entrance tunnel” and Assuming the collection of the world’s most diverse crop seeds at risk, according to the Guardian.

“The seeds of the Arctic fortress of the world flooded after permafrost pétrissement,” the newspaper said.

“Doomsday dome of Arctic Seeds flooded. Thank you, global warming,” said Wired.

Although the water has exceeded the threshold of the vault, no seeds were damaged. However, a spokesman for Statsbygg – a group advising the Norwegian government, which owns the safe – warned that it would be a matter of time before they were.

“A lot of water occurred early in the tunnel, then it froze on the ice, so it was like a glacier when it arrived,” said spokesman Statsbygg, Heja Njaa Aschim in The Guardian of the Water Rape.

Saturday Statsbygg looked back at some of these comments in a statement posted on the secure website. Yes, there was a “water intrusion depending on the season” on the outside of the seed vault, but the group was already taking precautionary measures to improve the external tunnel to prevent future events.

“The seeds in the seed vault were never threatened and will remain safe during the implementation of measures,” the statement said.

According to the statement, proposed improvements include the removal of heat sources such as a transformer station, tunnel and the construction of drainage ditches on the side of the mountain to prevent accumulation of the water melting around the entrance. In addition, the waterproof walls were built inside the tunnel. Finally, being “better than cure” said Statsbygg researchers will monitor the development of permafrost in Svalbard.

“The seeds are safe and sound,” wrote the Crop Trust, an international non-profit group that helped establish Svalbard’s vault in 2008.

So who is it? Is that part of the water leaked in a safe “to safety test” is not serious? Or are we as a human race condemned to die, starve and cross, in case of global catastrophe?

The answer is measured. Representatives of Statsbygg and Crop Trust did not immediately respond to an interview request via e-mail Saturday. However, Confianza crops resumed an article twice in Popular Science magazine on Saturday, which seemed to indicate that the situation was not as serious as initially reported.
“In my experience, it was not the water intrusion into the face of the tunnel every year,” said Cary Fowler, an American farmer who helped create the seed vault. Although he was not in the vault watching the incident, he noted that “flooding” was probably not the most accurate word to describe what happened.

“The tunnel was never designed to be water resistant in the front because I do not think we would need it,” Fowler said in Popular Science. “What happens in the summer, the permafrost melts and the water, and when it goes, it freezes. Usually, it is not far.”

However, this does not mean that the underlying cause of warming of permafrost temperatures – should be ignored.

“At the end of the day, we have to realize that, in a sense, everything is relative to this initiative,” Fowler magazine said. “This whole planet is warming up, and that includes Svalbard.”

Global warming has been particularly notable in Arctic regions, and the melting of permafrost is only one consequence; The other includes the melting of larger glaciers, which could result in a dramatic rise in sea level, as reported by Chris Mooney of the post.

On Friday, a multitude of alarming newsletters emerged on Svalbard’s Global Seed Vault. Apparently, the water had violated this type of “security” of the planet’s seeds that are supposed to protect the food supply of the earth in the case of a “judgment day” scenario.

The alleged failure of the vault, buried deep in the Arctic slope, occurred after warmer than usual temperatures, which caused the formation of a permafrost layer, “sending cast water that gushes into the entrance tunnel” and Assuming the collection of the world’s most diverse crop seeds at risk, according to the Guardian.

“The seeds of the Arctic fortress of the world flooded after permafrost pétrissement,” the newspaper said.

“Doomsday dome of Arctic Seeds flooded. Thank you, global warming,” said Wired.

Although the water has exceeded the threshold of the vault, no seeds were damaged. However, a spokesman for Statsbygg – a group advising the Norwegian government, which owns the safe – warned that it would be a matter of time before they were.

“A lot of water occurred early in the tunnel, then it froze on the ice, so it was like a glacier when it arrived,” said spokesman Statsbygg, Heja Njaa Aschim in The Guardian of the Water Rape.

Saturday Statsbygg looked back at some of these comments in a statement posted on the secure website. Yes, there was a “water intrusion depending on the season” on the outside of the seed vault, but the group was already taking precautionary measures to improve the external tunnel to prevent future events.

“The seeds in the seed vault were never threatened and will remain safe during the implementation of measures,” the statement said.

According to the statement, proposed improvements include the removal of heat sources such as a transformer station, tunnel and the construction of drainage ditches on the side of the mountain to prevent accumulation of the water melting around the entrance. In addition, the waterproof walls were built inside the tunnel. Finally, being “better than cure” said Statsbygg researchers will monitor the development of permafrost in Svalbard.

“The seeds are safe and sound,” wrote the Crop Trust, an international non-profit group that helped establish Svalbard’s vault in 2008.

So who is it? Is that part of the water leaked in a safe “to safety test” is not serious? Or are we as a human race condemned to die, starve and cross, in case of global catastrophe?

The answer is measured. Representatives of Statsbygg and Crop Trust did not immediately respond to an interview request via e-mail Saturday. However, Confianza crops resumed an article twice in Popular Science magazine on Saturday, which seemed to indicate that the situation was not as serious as initially reported.
“In my experience, it was not the water intrusion into the face of the tunnel every year,” said Cary Fowler, an American farmer who helped create the seed vault. Although he was not in the vault watching the incident, he noted that “flooding” was probably not the most accurate word to describe what happened.

“The tunnel was never designed to be water resistant in the front because I do not think we would need it,” Fowler said in Popular Science. “What happens in the summer, the permafrost melts and the water, and when it goes, it freezes. Usually, it is not far.”

However, this does not mean that the underlying cause of warming of permafrost temperatures – should be ignored.

“At the end of the day, we have to realize that, in a sense, everything is relative to this initiative,” Fowler magazine said. “This whole planet is warming up, and that includes Svalbard.”

Global warming has been particularly notable in Arctic regions, and the melting of permafrost is only one consequence; The other includes the melting of larger glaciers, which could result in a dramatic rise in sea level, as reported by Chris Mooney of the post.

Climate change is increasingly turning Antarctica green

Climate change is increasingly turning Antarctica green

The mental image that most of us have of Antarctica is a marked earth gelatin, white as far as the eye can see. But according to new research it might not be the case in the future as the continent becomes more and more green in response to rising temperatures. Researchers at the University of Exeter have taken moss banks of core samples along the Antarctic Peninsula and found that biological activity has increased dramatically in the last 50 years or so.

The study follows the previous work of the team in 2013, which revealed that the warming of the periodic region causes changes in ecology which are largely unprecedented parts. However, although this study focused only on the southern part of the Antarctic Peninsula, this time the team sampled a greater number of sites and found even more consistent results at all times.

“This gives us a much clearer picture of the scale of these changes,” says Matthew Amesbury, lead author of the study. “Previously, we had identified such a response in one place at the southern tip of the Antarctic Peninsula, but we now know that moss banks respond to recent climate change across the peninsula.”

The annual average temperatures rising in the region of about 0.5 ° C (0.9 ° F) every decade since the 1950s, the Antarctic peninsula is one of the fastest places on earth. To study the effect it might have on the weakness of plant life calling the continent home, the Exeter team has sampled the basic foam benches. With the deepest sections dating back 150 years, these samples have a detailed picture of biological activity during this period.

As we have seen in the previous study, this biological activity has increased rapidly in the last 50 years. But this time, five samples were taken at three sites – Elephant Island, Ardley Island and Green Island – located 600 km (373 miles). Even at this distance, the samples showed very consistent results, indicating that these changes apply to a much wider area than previously thought.

“The temperature increases in approximately the last half century in the Antarctic Peninsula have had a dramatic effect on foam banks in the region, with a rapid increase in growth and microbial activity,” said Dan Charman, lead researcher of the study. “If this continues, and with increasing amounts of land without permanent ice receding glaciers, the Antarctic Peninsula will be a much greener place in the future.”

In the future, the team plans to expand its study of foam cores for thousands of years to get a long-term picture of Antarctica’s ecology dating back to before human activity begins to have an impact on the climate.

New workout suit by MIT breathes out body’s heat, sweat

New workout suit by MIT breathes out body’s heat, sweat

MIT scientists have designed an exercise suit with breathable ventilation valves that open and close in response to the heat and sweat of an athlete. These components, ranging from the thumbnail image to the size of the fingers align with the microbial cells that shrink and grow in response to changes in living moisture.
The cells act as sensors and small actuators, causing the fins to open when athlete sweat and retains when the body cools.
Researchers have also fabricated a running shoe with an inner layer similar to the flaps of the cells to get out of the air humidity and discharge. Moisture sensitive cells require no additional elements to detect and respond to moisture. The microbial cells they use have also been found to be safe to touch and even to consume.
In the study published in the journal Advances Science, researchers designed moisture-sensitive cells not only to pull open blinds, but also illuminated in response to moisture conditions.
“We can combine our cells with genetic tools to introduce other characteristics of these living cells,” said Wen Wang, a former Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) scientist in the United States.
“We use fluorescence as an example, which allows people to know it again in the dark. In the future, we can combine the aroma release capabilities through genetic engineering. So maybe after after having done The gym, the shirt can release a pleasant odor to the smell, “Wang said.
The researchers first worked with the most common non-pathogenic E. coli strain, which has been shown to swell and shrink in response to changes in moisture.
We then designed the cells to express the green fluorescent protein, which allows the cell to glow when it detects moisture conditions. It then uses a cell printing method that previously developed for E. coli printing on the rough and natural latex sheets.

The team printed parallel lines of E. coli cells on the latex sheets, creating two-layer structures and exposing the tissue to changing wet conditions.
When the tissue was placed on a heating plate for drying, the cells began to reduce, which caused the surface layer of latex to curl. When the tissue is then exposed to vapor, the cells began to glow and expand, causing the elasticity of the latex.
After undergoing 100 wet / dry cycles, Wang said that the fabric had “no dramatic deterioration” either in its cell layer or in its overall performance.
The researchers worked on bio-cloth in a portable garment design of a racing suit with latex fins stamped cells on the back of the suit lined up.
“People may think that heat and sweat are the same, but in fact, some areas like the lower spine produce a lot of sweat, but not a lot of heat,” said Yao Liner, a former student Graduated from MIT.

NASA names newly discovered organism after APJ Abdul Kalam

NASA names newly discovered organism after APJ Abdul Kalam

In the incredible news for India, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has decided to name a newly discovered body after one of the oldest ancient Indian presidents APJ Abdul Kalam.
The new body, a type of bacteria found on the International Space Station (ISS). NASA’s premier Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) is working on the interplanetary voyage. The researchers discovered this new bacterium, which they called kalamii Solibacillus in honor of the late president of India, in the filters of the ISS.

APJ Abdul Kalam, himself an eminent aerospace scientist, had trained at NASA in 1963. This was before setting up the first kneading facility to launch in India at Thumba in Kerala. According to the Hindu, the principal investigator in biotechnology and global projection group at JPL, Dr. Kasthuri Venkateswaran said:

ISS had the insect filter discovered on board for 40 months. The filter in which it was found is the anti-particulate with high efficiency filter (HEPA) and is part of the routine cleaning system in the ISS. The analysis was then performed on the filter in the JPL and the results were published only this year in the International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology.

Venkateswaran mentions how bacteria and fungi coincide with station astronauts living and working at the ISS. He also said that even if bacteria has not been found on Earth, it can not be called an extraterrestrial life form. According to the Economic Times, he said,

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Dalit meal row: BJP says allegations on Yeddyruppa ‘politically motivated’

Reducing allegations against the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) chief BS Yeddyurappa to take breakfast offered at a nearby hotel in a Tumakuru Dalit home, the BJP, while defending its leader, said the allegations were purely political. “Congress and the JD (T) are losing ground in Karnataka, and to make up for it, they make accusations against Yeddyurappa. BJP leader, S Prakash, ANI says here. Due to the efforts of the former head of government in raising the socially backwards strata in the state, Prakash said the former has always propagated social harmony, rather than gaining support only as a means of “voting policy bank “. “During his tenure as CM Yeddyurappa he has put in place some 25 to 30 schemes for the well-being of castes and registered tribes, it is this popularity that is led by the opposition.” I am sure that the Dalit community is not well understood, “he added. During his visit in the Tumakuru district Friday, the former prime minister who was accompanied by other members of the group visited the residence of a Dalit family where he ate “idle” in a nearby hotel and not the food prepared by the family, inviting the Problems of promotion and the cast of untouchable discrimination. The creation of his act triggers negativity in the community, a young man from the family filed a complaint with the police.
In rejecting family-infringement claims, a spokesman for the BJP painted the allegations as a political movement, adding that those who raised the issue should apologise immediately to the family.
Yeddyurappa had received bullet-proofs in a similar situation early in Tumakuru, where it was photographed eating “unused flavour” among the Dalits to Gubbi.

North Korea Declares Medium-Range Missile Ready For Deployment

North Korea announced Monday that its Pukguksong-2 missile in the medium term was ready to be deployed after a week of final testing, the latest step in its quest to challenge UN sanctions and develop an intercontinental rocket capable of striking Objectives of the United States.
Korea’s Central News Agency, led by the state, said North leader Kim Jong-Un oversaw Sunday’s launch, prompting a new international chorus of condemnation and tougher sanctions threats.
The missile tested was Pukguksong-2, which uses a solid fuel that allows immediate firing, KCNA said.
So far, almost all of the North’s missiles have been supplied with liquid, which must be carefully filled with the propellant prior to launch, while solid fuel missiles can be fired much faster.
This would significantly reduce the time available for any attempt to intervene and prevent launch, which would require a much faster decision.
Military authorities in Seoul have said that the Pukguksong-2 – a ground version of the gun launched by a Pyongyang submarine – uses solid fuel.
Kim said “proud” that Pukguksong-2 was a “very accurate” missile and a “successful strategic weapon,” KCNA said, adding that it “approved the deployment of this weapons-for-action system.”
The launch “has completely verified” the reliability and accuracy of the device, and its end-of-war head guide system, KCNA said, adding that test results were “perfect.”
The images made by Rodong Sinmun – the official spokesman for the leader of the Korean Workers Party – showed Kim cheering applause surrounded by his helpers at an outdoor observation post while the missile jumped into the air.
He also had several Earth images that were removed from the rocket in space – the first images released by the North.
Kim “said he was very happy to see images of Earth taken by our rocket and that the world is beautiful,” said KCNA, adding that ordered the missile is “mass produced quickly.”

Aircel-Maxis: After ED, CBI moves Delhi HC on dropping charges against Marans

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) Monday brought the Supreme Court against a Delhi charge to bring charges against former telecom minister, Dayanidhi Maran and other defendants in the Aircel-Maxis agreement. The Central Investigation Agency has done in court within two days of the Directorate of enforcement (ED) have been brought before the courts to challenge the same opinion. Recite ES Mehta, before introducing the subject, requested an answer Dayanidhi Maran, his brother Kalanithi Maran and others who have been released from their accusations. The former Grover appearing by CBI has requested that the case be heard by the emergency department. For similar commands, it would be adopted in both cases. On February 2, a special IWC court has issued an order to all the defendants – effectively giving Dayanidhi Maran, his brother Kalanithi and another coup to possess indictments to the CPI and erectile dysfunction. If Aircel-Maxis is related to allegations that, as Minister of Telecommunications, Dayanidhi Maran has used his influence to force Aircel’s owner, C. Sivasankaran, to sell his stake in Maxis Communications Berhad, led by T Ananda Krishnan. This would have been done instead of investing in Malaysian society by an arm in Sun Direct TV Pvt Ltd. Dayanidhi Maran is one of the direct solar developers and was Minister of Telecommunications in 2004-2007. The CBI had filed an opposition lawsuit against the Maran brothers, Ralph Marshall, owner T. Ananda Krishnan of Maxis and four companies – Sun television direct, Astro All Asia PLC networks, Maxis Communications Berhad and South Asia Entertainment Holdings Ltd in Malaysia . Marshall was the CEO of Astro All Asian Networks.
They were charged with offenses punishable under section 120-B (criminal association) of the IPC and under the relevant provisions of the 1988 Act on the Prevention of Corruption.

Hassan Rouhani bullish after re-election: But does the President of Iran have any real powers?

However, he remains a member of the conservative Association of Clergy Combatants, although his position on demonstrators seems to have matured in recent years. Rouhani has always tried to rebuild relations with the United States and became the first Iranian leader to speak to his counterpart in Washington when Barack Obama phoned in September 2013.
It was never an illusion about the difficulties of the relationship, telling US journalists in 2002: “America is not willing to independent countries … America is interested in countries that go completely and act in accordance with the requirements of States United “.
It is therefore not surprising that the conservative establishment rooted in Iran – especially in the judiciary and the elite of the Revolutionary Guards – remains deeply suspicious of Rouhani’s involvement in civil liberties and the establishment of ties with West. “Unelected institutions try to prevent Rouhani from implementing its reform program,” said Clement Therme, an Iranian analyst at the International Institute for Strategic Studies. “Therefore, it will focus on the economic aspect. If the daily life of the population improves, it will be in a stronger position to push for structural reforms in civil rights.”
Fixing the economy will not be easy. Despite a nuclear deal with world powers, Washington still maintains a series of sanctions that scare global banks and foreign investors.
US President Donald Trump went further, threatening to break the nuclear deal and visit Iran’s ambitious regional rival Saudi Arabia this weekend, where he signed an 110 billion dollars in weapons to target qualified “evil Iranian influence” in the region.
However, the governments of Europe and Asia are determined to keep the nuclear agreement alive and make the most of the lucrative investment opportunities in Iran. They are encouraged by the victory of Rouhani hardly Ebrahim Raisi, who had threatened a tougher approach and more island foreign relations.
“Many investors who had heard for three months suddenly called me on the phone this morning. Some are already booking their tickets,” said Farid Tierramuerta, international adviser to the Organization of Iranian privatisation, after results have announced on Saturday. “Rouhani pursues more actively his economic program: investing in factories, production and absorption of foreign capital I think it will make his office more youthful and aged,” he said.

Market Live: Sensex, Nifty hold early gains; metals stocks shine, IT declines

Market Live: Sensex, Nifty hold early gains; metals stocks shine, IT declines

Saudi 11:27 am Oil update: oil prices jumped by more than 1.5% after the oil price jumped over 1.5% after the energy ministers of the world’s biggest producers Energy ministers of the world’s two largest producers, Saudi Arabia and Russia, jointly declared that a sharp reduction in production would be extended from the middle of this year to March 2018.11 27 Actualización Aceite Actualizado: los precios del petróleo subieron más of a 1.5% después de los Ministores de los dosesores Productores del mundo Arabia The Saudi Arabia and Saudi Arabia, as well as the unanimous recognition that the production will be extended from the medio año to marzo del 2018.

11:15 mercado de ventas: las marcas in the renta variable siguieron comercializando más alta por the mañana, con el apoyo de la banca y las finanzas, los metales y las existencias de automóviles.Saudi 11:27 am Oil update: oil prices jumped By more than 1.5% after the oil price jumped over 1.5% after the energy ministers of the world’s biggest producers Energy ministers of the world’s two largest producers, Saudi Arabia and Russia, jointly declared that a sharp reduction in production would be extended from the middle Of this year to March 2018.11 27 Actualización Aceite Actualizado: los precios del petróleo subieros más de a 1.5% después de los dosesores Productores del mundo Saudi Arabia, as well as the unanimous recognition of the production will be From the medio año to marzo del 2018.

11:15 mercado de ventas: las marcas in the renta variable siguieron comercializando más alta por la mañana, con el apoyo de la banca y las finanzas, los metales y las existencias de automóviles.

Los BSE Sensex 30 acciones subieron 121.43 puntos to 30,309.58 y el NSE Nifty ganaron 50 puntos to 39,45 puntos 9,440.35.

Los índices BSE Midcap y Smallcap aumentando in 1.1% y 0.8%, respectivamente. Aproximadamente 1.454 poblaciones of avanzada contra 948 acciones disminuyeron in ESB.Arabia and Rusia junto Dijo that the production of crudo ha cortado extends of the mito of aeo atao of 2018.

11:15 am Mercado Comprobar: selectivos de renta variable siguieron comercializando Superior in the mañana, el respaldo de la banca y el sector financiero, los metales y las existencias de automóviles.

El 30-cuota of BSE Sensex subió 121.43 punto a 30,309.58 y el 50-cuota of NSE Nifty Gained 39,45 punto in 9,440,35.

In the case of the EEB and the índice Midcap Smallcap a 1.1 por ciento y 0.8 por ciento, respectively. Unos 1.454 acciones avanzaron against 948 acciones en baja in the EEB.

11:15 Market turnover: benchmarks on cash equivalents, financial stocks, metals and automotive stocks.

The Sensex BSE of 30 shares increased by 121.43 points to 30,309.58 and the NSE Nifty by 50 points gained 39.45 points to 9,440.35.

Larger markets generate earnings, with the BSE Midcap and Smallcap indexes increasing by 1.1% and 0.8%, respectively. About 1454 shares pink against 948 shares falling on the ESB. Arrabia and Russia jointly said that a crude production would be released from the middle of this year until March 2018.

11:15 am Market Check: Equity benchmarks continued to trade in the morning, backed by banking & financials, metals and auto stocks.

The 30-share BSE Sensex rose 121.43 points to 30,309.58 and the 50-share NSE Nifty gained 39.45 points at 9,440.35.

The broader markets extended gains, with the BSE Midcap and Smallcap indexes up 1.1 percent and 0.8 percent, respectively. About 1454 shares advanced against 948 declining shares on the BSE.

Los BSE Sensex 30 acciones subieron 121.43 puntos to 30,309.58 y el NSE Nifty ganaron 50 puntos to 39,45 puntos 9,440.35.

Los índices BSE Midcap y Smallcap aumentando in 1.1% y 0.8%, respectivamente. Aproximadamente 1.454 poblaciones of avanzada contra 948 acciones disminuyeron in ESB.Arabia and Rusia junto Dijo that the production of crudo ha cortado extends of the mitad of este año hasta marzo of 2018.

11:15 am Mercado Comprobar: selectivos de renta variable siguieron comercializando Superior in the mañana, el respaldo de la banca y el sector financiero, los metales y las existencias de automóviles.

El 30-cuota of BSE Sensex subió 121,43 punto a 30,309.58 y el 50-cuota of NSE Nifty Gained 39,45 punto in 9,440,35.

In the case of the EEB and el índice Midcap Smallcap a 1.1 por ciento y 0.8 por ciento, respectively. Unos 1.454 acciones avanzaron against 948 acciones en baja in the EEB.

11:15 Market turnover: the benchmarks on the shares