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The ExoMars Spacecraft Approaches the Red Planet

ExoMars will arrive when the planet is nearly at its closest point to the Sun along its orbit, and during northern winter (southern summer). ESA says that Schiaparelli will enter the atmosphere on Wednesday at a speed of almost 21,000 kph (13,000 mph) before being slowed by atmospheric drag and then deploying a parachute and thrusters.

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Bernie Sanders Asked To Be Endorsed by 'Bernie Sanders'

Elizabeth Warren made a pitch for Hillary Clinton. "Some Bernie supporters are going to be voting Green this year because Hillary isn't perceived as progressive enough to achieve some important reforms quickly enough", said 25-year-old Fort Lauderdale resident Lbekerki Hunter, who canvassed for Sanders this year but now plans to vote for Stein.

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Netflix soars 20% as new subscribers stream in

The California-headquartered streaming giant Netflix is growing fast around the world and said that it added 3.2m global subscribers and 370,000 domestic U.S. internet companies. Netflix now has 86.7 million subscribers worldwide. Netflix's revenue reached a quarterly record of $2.29 billion, compared to $1.7 billion a year earlier.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Replacements on Hold for AT&T, T-Mobile Customers

The department also said in a press statement that anyone hiding their Note 7 in their luggage or their clothes are raising the risk of a catastrophic incident and if someone is found violating the order banning Note 7 aboard an airplane, they will be subject to criminal prosecution in addition to fines.

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Two Americans held by Houthis released and flown to Oman

EDT. An American defense official told The Associated Press on Sunday that one of the ships saw on radar what sailors believed to be missiles being fired on it out of Yemen at night. The Navy says the Mason has been targeted twice already by missiles fired out of territory held by Shiite rebels and their allies in Yemen . Adm.

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Rumour: Beyond Good & Evil Reboot Arrives Exclusively On Nintendo NX In 2018

Now Let's Play Video Games has reported on the game's early direction, citing a source that has been close to negotiations on the project that it will be a standalone reboot rather than a traditional sequel as expected. According to this source, this new Beyond Good and Evil game will tell Jade's origin again, focusing on Peyj's backstory and going on this way. That said, it comes as little surprise given that Ancel said that the new Beyond Good & Evil is only in pre-production.

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Brady strong in home debut as Patriots rip Bengals

The game changed when Dalton took a sack in the end zone in the third quarter, however, and it was all New England from that point on. Receivers were being allowed to move freely through the Patriots secondary, and when they sat down in open areas, Dalton had time to find them.

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ExoMars 2016: Schiaparelli Lander Separates From Mothership For Historic Mars Landing

The rover, expected to touch down in 2020, will be equipped to move about Mars' surface and drill into the ground to find traces of past and present life. Schiaparelli should reach the atmosphere at an altitude of 121km and a speed of almost 21,000 kilometres per hour. The TGO has also successfully completed an orbit raising maneuver to avoid following on behind the module and making a collision course with Mars.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones banned from all United States flights

They could however carry the device in their hand baggage in the switch-off mode. The weekend announcement by the transport ministry follows an earlier warning that asked airlines to urge passengers not to turn on or charge the devices while on board.

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United States bans recalled Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones from air travel

On Monday, Vistara tweeted that "carriage of Note 7 is prohibited on Vistara flights, both in hand luggage and check-in luggage". Air Berlin has banned the phones with immediate effect. The consumer agency has received 96 reports of overheating batteries in the US, including 23 since the first recall was announced on September 15. Samsung announced on Tuesday it was halting production of the Note 7 after some updated versions of the phones continued to overheat.

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Police boss issues warning to people taking part in 'killer clown' craze

The Chronicle has seen a blurry picture of what appears to be a clown at Micheldever Station, and there have also been Facebook posts about people dressing up as clowns in Weeke. Numerous people on social media are also reporting clown sightings. "We are hoping that this craze will pass this week and we'd urge the small minority of people still taking part to stop.

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Previously delayed rocket launch faces another setback, rescheduled

A rocket launch which may be visible in southern New Hampshire was held Monday night from a NASA launchpad in Virginia. Cygnus' load includes 5,100 pounds of cargo for the space station crew. Interestingly, the exact cause of the 2014 explosion was never agreed upon , but Orbital ATK believed it was related to a machining error in the AJ-26 engines used on Antares.

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China sends astronauts into space for longest mission yet

China is developing the Long March 5 heavy-lift rocket needed to launch the Tiangong 2's additional components and other massive payloads. Jing Haipeng and Chen Dong, the two astronauts charged with carrying out the mission, are to stay in the Tiangong II space laboratory for 30 days, testing rendezvous and docking technologies, verifying the life support capability of the docked spacecraft and lab, and conducting scientific research and engineering experiments.

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Space Launch from NASA Virginia facility scheduled tonight

NASA has successfully launched the Antares rocket almost two years after the model exploded after launch. 17 the aerospace company, Orbital ATK, will be launching its Antares rocket , which is carrying a payload for the International Space Station .

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Iraqi forces launch effort to push Islamic State out of Mosul

But their progress was slowed by roadside bombs left behind by the militants, and IS unleashed a series of suicide auto and truck bomb attacks, one of which struck a Kurdish tank. They spoke on condition of anonymity as they were not authorized to talk to the media. At the Pentagon, spokesman Peter Cook added some detail, telling reporters that the JTACS would not be on the front lines, but "behind the forward line of troops", and would be fed information by the local forces up ahead.

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RJ bans Samsung Galaxy Note 7 on all its flights

The move by Japan came after U.S. transport authorities banned Note 7 smartphones on airline flights and stated that anyone attempting to travel with the recalled handsets may face fines and have their devices confiscated. Although Samsung originally sent out replacement handsets for customers who had bought the model, it was later found that these were no safer than the ones they were standing in for.

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Pence urges Trump supporters to monitor polling places for fraud

But it also could have adverse results in November, fueling Trump supporters to rebuke - and possibly protest - the results. But most tried to clarify that Mr Trump did not mean that the polls would be rigged, but instead meant that the media was biased against the Trump campaign.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 7 flight ban spreading worldwide

Singapore Airlines and Taiwan's two biggest airlines, China Airlines and EVA Air, also have bans in place. All people who are still in possession of Note 7 will have to leave their precious phones behind. An Airport Operations spokesperson said, "All US bound travelers at LF Wade are being reminded of the new Transportation Security Administration [TSA] restrictions placed on the Samsung mobile phone by both security and airline personnel".

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Trump says his own party is being 'naive' about voter fraud

The responsibilities for the NY billionaire in such a scenario are minimal. "Some Colorado comfort for Hillary Clinton and Sen". The businessman has denied all the allegations and claimed the stories were being pushed by a biased media.

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Landmark climate change deal struck this weekend

The deal to reduce the production and use of hydrofluorocarbons or HFCs was struck in Rwanda after an amendment was made to the Montreal Protocol , an worldwide treaty aimed at protecting the environment against the impact of harmful gasses.

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German airline bans Samsung Galaxy Note 7 on board

The absolute ban follows earlier warnings against turning on or charging the phone during flight, or packing one in checked luggage. The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 was supposed to be the new flagship handset of Samsung's but thanks to its battery being explosive the handset has been recalled.

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China raises its space game with successful Shenzhou-11 launch

Along the road into the launch centre are several huge billboards featuring President Xi Jinping giving himself a little clap as a "Long March" rocket sends yet another team into space. China is the third country to put men into space behind Russian Federation and the US. Administrators suggest a crewed landing on the moon may also be in the program's future.

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Klay Thompson, KD show way as Warriors defeat Luke Walton's Lakers

Pincus said he doesn't think Metta World Peace will make the cut and pointed to Yi's trade-friendly contract as one reason the big man will make the team. He also shows good activity on defense, especially playing out in space with good foot movement to stay in front of players on switches, using his size to help trap ball handlers on the perimeter and playing vertically under the rim to impede players as the look to score underneath.

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Chinese astronauts launch into space for 30d stay on experimental space station

The successful launch of the sixth Chinese manned spacecraft Shenzhou 11 comes almost 17 years after China embarked on its Shenzhou-series space missions. President Xi Jinping, in a congratulatory note, said: "We still have a long way to go to accomplish our goals of discovering the secrets of space and making China strong in space exploration".

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Online streaming of Bob Dylan music skyrockets after Nobel win

Ferlinghetti told the AP that he had "always considered Dylan a poet first, and he too considered himself a poet first". Joni Mitchell or Taylor Swift? In the 1980s, he produced erratic albums and a few that touched on his new-found Christianity.

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Orbital ATK launches cargo into space aboard Antares rocket

The Antares and Cygnus teams are not now working on any technical issues with the rocket or the spacecraft. It was the first flight of an Antares since a launch explosion on October 28, 2014, that wrecked the pad and destroyed everything on the space station supply run.

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NASA's Juno Spacecraft is Having Some Technical Issues

In the meantime, they'll be making up for the loss of a couple of close passes by turning on all of Juno's scientific instruments for the spacecraft's October 11 flyby. Juno's unique polar orbit provides the first opportunity to observe this region of the gas-giant planet in detail. The spacecraft's next window to enter science orbit falls on December 11th.

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Eggs breakthrough for stem cell scientists

For starters, humans aren't mice; we're vastly more complex than these perennial lab companions. Over about three weeks, while being treated with various hormones and other chemicals, the cells matured into viable eggs. The hope is that eventually this same technology could be applied to humans whose eggs aren't fertile - but this will take years. At present, though, it works only in mice.

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Airlines ban Samsung Galaxy Note 7 on board

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) recalled that several cases of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 battery explosions were reported since the new product was released in August. The company has also received 13 reports of burns and 47 reports of property damage associated with Note 7 fires. The incidents range from personal injuries to property damages.

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Pence: Important to 'move beyond' Trump remarks

Summer Zervos , appearing at a Friday news conference with attorney Gloria Allred, said Trump kissed her open-mouthed and touched her breasts in a private room. Jessica Fernandez, president of the Miami Young Republicans, said she questioned the timing of the women's allegations. But on Sunday, Pence directly contradicted Trump's skepticism, acknowledging that American intelligence officials say the evidence points to Russian Federation.

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Jalen Hurd: Alabama erases RB Hurd, Vol running game

The Tide's 438 yards on the ground are the most Alabama has had in a game since they had 451 against Tennessee in 1986. They instead started leaving by the end of the third quarter with a ho-hum attitude because they've seen it before and come to realize their Vols are no match for Alabama right now.

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Six Minutes to Mars: Get Ready for Schiaparelli's Landing

The Schiaparelli lander separated from its mother ship as scheduled, flight director Michel Denis announced to applause at control center in Darmstadt, Germany . TGO aims to measure methane's geographical and seasonal dependence and help to determine whether it stems from a geological or biological source .

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Bautista shifted to Blue Jays leadoff hitter

But after recording just two outs Monday, Bauer's pinky finger started dripping blood. He was replaced by Dan Otero after 21 pitches. Cleveland manager Terry Francona confirmed on the TBS broadcast of Game 3 that Kluber will get the call on three days' rest.

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Frydenberg says Aust a leader in gas cuts

While they represent just a small percentage of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, some types of hydrofluorocarbons are 10,000 times more powerful at trapping heat in the atmosphere than carbon dioxide. "Today's agreement caps off a critical 10 days in our global efforts to combat climate change", the United States leader said. "This is the biggest step we can take in the year after the Paris agreement against the widening threats from climate change".

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Antares rocket launch from Va. postponed till Monday evening

Pending completion of final vehicle testing and acceptable local weather conditions, the Antares launch of the mission, designated OA-5, will take place on October 16 with lift-off scheduled for 8:03 p.m. It will be replaced before the scheduled launch on Monday. The Virginia-based Orbital ATK is one of two USA companies that provide ISS cargo services for NASA .


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