Wenger is said to be keen to improve his goalkeeping options at the end of the season, with Lukasz Fabianski having recently ousted Wojciech Szczesny from the starting XI.But the 30-year-old former Sparta Prague man has dismissed the reports out of hand and insists he “can’t even imagine” the thought of playing for the Blues’ London rivals.“It is an interesting piece of news but it is such speculation that I think it’s not even necessary to comment on it,” Cech told isport.blesk.cz.“I know of nothing, nobody has contacted me and, to be honest, I can’t even imagine it.“I don’t even normally notice such rumours. But when it does get to me, I naturally look at it to know what to say about it later.“There are players who do read newspapers. Some players read match reports to know what was written about them and where.“I don’t do this, I don’t read newspapers because of such things. I don’t take rumours like this seriously.”-Football365.com0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000LONDON, England, March 20- Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech has rubbished suggestions that he could be set for a shock summer move to Premier League rivals Arsenal.There had been speculation that the Czech international, who moved to Stamford Bridge from Rennes in a £7million deal in June 2004, was a transfer target for Gunners boss Arsene Wenger.
Needless to mention, Bollywood celebrities have ceased to be mere entertainers on screen and are now emerging as branded entities. And when it comes to travel, their unique indulgences do set new travel goals for every tourist who are ticking off destinations for their bucket list.So if you are still upset about not having travelled enough so far or are looking for more travel experiences, here goes our catalogue of the favourite Bolly-holiday destinations that can liven you up for the New Year.1. MaldivesSocial media has gone crazy over holiday snapshots of celebrities and by now you know, Maldives has been a hot favourite this year! From Asin, Katrina Kaif to Alia Bhatt, Bollywood has picked up this destination every time they wanted a brief, cosy vacation. And why won’t they? This destination, with a dream-like weather, away from all hustle-bustle offers you a plethora of opportunities for a perfect, exotic holiday. Be it a nice swim in the crystal clear waters, a brief moment of solitude in the white sandy beaches, adventure, luxurious resorts or even a good dose of wellness activities. Plus, it is an ideal family destination too! If you are still not convinced, check out Alia’s latest yoga pictures at Maldives right now!Alia Bhatt in Maldives. Photo:Instagram/Alia Bhatt Asin enjoying a holiday in Maldives.Photo:Twitter/Simply.Asin Katrina Kaif in Maldives. Photo:Katrina.Kaif_ 2. AustraliaWell, as they say, “Australia isn’t just a place you see, it’s a place you feel.” This destination gives you the most amazing coastal experience, coupled with some lip-smacking cuisine and wine. Looking for aquatic adventures? An exquisite view of the coral reef? A visit to the ‘Surfer’s paradise’- the Gold Coast? A solo drive across Queensland? Or the Great Ocean Walk in Victoria? Parineeti Chopra has the answer to all of your questions.advertisementParineeti Chopra holidaying in Australia. Photo:Twitter/DesiObsession_3. SwitzerlandYou could definitely not keep your eyes off those holiday pictures of the Befikre Ranveer Singh from Switzerland who went all melodramatic in the most stereotypical Yash Raj style to shower his love upon the destination. Switzerland has always been the IT place for all ‘Mohabbatein’ that Bollywood romanticised. Switzerland is about both action and relaxation and has every potential of fulfilling the wildest winter fantasies you can dream of.Ranveer Singh in Switzerland. Photo:Twitter/BunkChunkTweet 4. New ZealandNew Zealand just hit it right when it roped in Siddharth Malhotra as its tourism brand ambassador. This highly-spirited individual has been an absolute sport every time it came to promoting this destination. The actor recently went for an adventurous vacation to the destination, calling it the best place for an adrenaline junkie. Baar Baar Dekho is clearly what his message was for this amazing getaway.Siddharth Malhotra in Switzerland. Photo:Facebook/CricketAddictor 5. SingaporeSingapore has almost been a next-door holiday destination for travellers. And Christmas will be the most opportune moment for taking a short holiday to the destination. This melting pot of cultures can be a traveller’s paradise with year-round shopping,delicious local food, charming neighbourhoods with hipster hideaways, theme parks, museums and other architecture and a host of other experiences to satisfy your wanderlust. Karisma Kapoor is here telling you why you must visit this place!Karisma Kapoor holidaying in Singapore. Photo: Twitter/Showbiz 6. LondonIf you are a fan of Bollywood, you are a fan of London by default. Attractions in London are hardly unknown and if you have forgotten, pictures from PeeCee;’s travel diary will bring back all your memories.Priyanka Chopra in London. Photo:vfilmiofficial
(Phys.org)—A pair of researchers with the Physical Research Laboratory in India studying data sent back from NASA’s Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution (MAVEN) probe has found possible evidence of the development of rings around the planet. In their paper published in the journal Icarus, Jayesh Pabari and P. J. Bhalodi describe the data, what the probe has measured, and the likelihood that some of the dust that surrounds Mars may one day accumulate into a set of rings encircling the planet. © 2017 Phys.org Scientists have speculated for many years that one day (20 to 70 million years from now), Mars will have rings around its equator similar to those seen around Saturn today—this is because the material that makes up its two biggest moons is unstable and likely to result in the moons tearing apart as they are drawn closer to the planet by its gravity. But now, it appears that the process might already have begun. In this new effort, the researchers found evidence in data from MAVEN that suggests at least some of the dust encircling the planet came from one or both of its biggest moons, Phobos and Deimos.Data from MAVEN had already shown that there was a cloud of dust surrounding Mars, but it is still not clear how big the particles are. Space scientists believe that most of the dust that is thrown into the atmosphere when the planet and its moons are struck by asteroids is composed of particles so tiny that they are carried away by the solar wind. The new analysis by Pabari and Bhalodi, which compared dust and rock particles found in the Martian upper atmosphere with those predicted by models, showed that most of the dust in the cloud was interplanetary. But there was also a small component (approximately 0.6 percent) that appeared likely to have come from one of the two moons.The researchers are quick to point out that spotting moon particles in an outer atmospheric cloud is not evidence of proto-ring development, but suggest it is possible. They note it will not be possible to determine if such activity is truly occurring until a probe is sent to Mars that is capable of fully analyzing material in the dust cloud. Citation: Data from Mars probe suggests possibility of proto-ring development (2017, February 21) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2017-02-mars-probe-possibility-proto-ring.html Dust cloud, aurora detected around Mars Credit: NASA Journal information: Icarus Explore further This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. More information: J.P. Pabari et al, Estimation of micrometeorites and satellite dust flux surrounding Mars in the light of MAVEN results, Icarus (2017). DOI: 10.1016/j.icarus.2017.01.023AbstractRecently, MAVEN observed dust around Mars from ∼150 km to ∼1000 km and it is a puzzling question to the space scientists about the presence of dust at orbital altitudes and about its source.A continuous supply of dust from various sources could cause existence of dust around Mars and it is expected that the dust could mainly be from either the interplanetary source or the Phobos/Deimos. We have studied incident projectiles or micrometeorites at Mars using the existing model, in this article. Comparison of results with the MAVEN results gives a new value of the population index S, which is reported here. The index S has been referred in a power law model used to describe the number of impacting particles on Mars.In addition, the secondary ejecta from natural satellites of Mars can cause a dust ring or torus around Mars and remain present for its lifetime. The dust particles whose paths are altered by the solar wind over its lifetime, could present a second plausible source of dust around Mars. We have investigated escaping particles from natural satellites of Mars and compared with the interplanetary dust flux estimation. It has been found that flux rate at Mars is dominated (∼2 orders of magnitude higher) by interplanetary particles in comparison with the satellite originated dust. It is inferred that the dust at high altitudes of Mars could be interplanetary in nature and our expectation is in agreement with the MAVEN observation. As a corollary, the mass loss from Martian natural satellites is computed based on the surface erosion by incident projectiles.