Kepler-11 is a Sun-like star slightly larger than the Sun in the constellation Cygnus, located some 2,150 light years from Earth. It is located within the field of vision of the Kepler spacecraft, the satellite that NASA's Kepler Mission uses to detect planets that may be transiting their stars. Announced on February 2, 2011, the star system is among the most compact and flattest systems yet discovered. It is the first discovered case of a star system with six transiting planets. All discovered planets are larger than Earth, with the larger ones being about Neptune's size.
Dharmarajyam is a collection of essays written by Malayalam language writer Vaikom Muhammad Basheer.[1] These politically charged essays were written against the policies of the then Diwan of Travancore Sir C. P. Ramaswami Iyer.[2] The book was published in 1938 and was Basheer's first published book.[3] The book was banned by the Travancore government in the same year.[3] It is said[by whom?] that Basheer himself got these printed and sold them at local shops and households, going on foot.[2] Subsequently, he was jailed for two years for conspiring against the government.[4] The book was re-released by DC Books in 2008.[3]
After graduating from law school, Rosenthal completed a one-year clerkship with Chief Judge John Robert Brown of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. Rosenthal practiced with the Houston law firm Baker Botts from 1978 to 1992, becoming a partner in 1985.[3] She was nominated to the district court by President George H. W. Bush on March 20, 1992, was confirmed by the United States Senate on May 12, 1992, and received her commission on May 13, 1992.[2] She became Chief Judge on November 13, 2016.[4] Rosenthal