Diamond, one of the thousands of minerals found deep beneath the surface, has been the statement of prosperity for centuries. The hardest naturally occurring mineral is a woman's best friend but that it takes billions of years to form makes it one of the most precious elements on the planet.

To create the jewel, scientists at University of Cape Town (UCT) used a solution of nitrogen gas and platinum together with an inert glass.

It took 35 minutes for the extremely cold fusion reaction to happen when scientists exposed a 'p' shaped microscopic diamond to a platinum pin.

Despite the tough conditions inside space, essential materials never degrade doing just a handful of puzzling pictures the European Space Agency's Swedish mini rover side by side with the International Space Station's Canadarm2. Englandist said: "Ground based efforts to meet our constantly changing, financially and environmentally driven challenges are what motivate us to continually look to the sky and look for solutions for our problems."

In 2010, NASA hosted its 24th Diamond Parachute Challenge with United States astronaut Jeff Williams and Canadian Christine Dolan. In its declaration; NASA Professor, Dr. Karen Dunbar upon seeing the diamond said: "I must be looking in the wrong place. Instead of dropping it into the heat of the sun, I'm glad I keep you here for such amazing ingenuity, that we as scientists have brought to the table again."

Michael Cohen, New York City special counsel, charged with bribery, conspiracy, money laundering and tax evasion in Russia probe.

In August 2017, Special Counsel Robert Mueller charged Michael Cohen with conspiracy, bribery, money laundering and tax evasion in the ongoing Russia - Trump probes. (Photo: Mark Wilson, Getty Images)

N.Y. ­­ — Michael Cohen, longtime Trump adviser and special counsel to President Trump, has been charged with conspiracy to launder money, conspiracy to commit wire fraud, conspiracy to commit bank fraud and seven counts of tax evasion, according to a federal complaint unsealed today.

Cohen, 45, told his lawyer during an April commencement address at his alma mater, New York University, that he had been "pretty fair-haired since I haven't had to go to court" this year, saying he committed no government acts and didn't follow the same rules he's used to apply for his career in the public and private sectors.

"I had a very limited number of hours to spend in court, much less take the Fifth," Cohen said, according to a transcript of the commencement speech obtained by USA TODAY. "In the last two months, I have spent hundreds and hundreds of hours with my direct attorney on whether or not to take the Fifth Amendment in this case, which I did."

The indictment, filed in the Southern District of New York
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