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Tonight will see the largest full moon over Ireland since 1948

The full moon appears that much larger in diameter and because it is larger shines close to 30% more moonlight onto the Earth. "It's a great shared resource for all humanity", said Petro, who is a deputy project scientist for the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter circling the moon.

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#NotMyPresident: Protests Against Donald Trump Continue for Second Night

Lavishing praise on Mrs Clinton, Mr Trump said the woman he had described as "Crooked Hillary" and promised to throw into prison during his campaign was " very strong and very smart", while noting her grace. Obama had repeatedly called Trump unfit for the presidency, while the charismatic businessman dubbed the president's eight-year tenure a "disaster".

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Samsung recalls washing machines in US

The tech giant made an announcement on Friday that it has recalled 2.8 million washing machines in the U.S. after reports of injuries from the products surfaced. This is said to occur when a high-speed spin cycle is used for bedding, water-resistant or bulky items and presents an injury risk to consumers. The recall involves millions of washing machines that could violently come apart, as past reports have shown.

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Facebook Sorry for 'Killing' Millions of Users

Zuckerberg defended the integrity of News Feed stories during an on-stage chat at a Techonomy conference in California the night before being memorialized on his profile page. The message said something along the lines of. The account of Mark Zuckerberg , Facebook's CEO, was also reportedly infected by the same bug, although that one could have been easily set up by Facebook developers to minimize the bug's fallout.

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Next supermoon will be the biggest in living memory

However, he said that even he won't be able to see major differences in lunar size or luminosity. CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - The moon doesn't get much bigger and brighter than this. EST. The reason this perigee full moon is quite so "super" is because perigee and full moon happen at nearly exactly the same time, so the moon is at its closest possible when it's also at its fullest.

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Moscow had contacts with Trump team during campaign, Russian diplomat says

Russian Federation has been openly accused of interfering in the elections in favour of Donald Trump . Trump then told a National Press Club event that recently he "spoke indirectly and directly with President Putin, who could not have been nicer".

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Facebook accidentally told some users that they died

The gaffe comes a day after Facebook was accused of spreading fake news about the USA presidential candidates and showcasing a biased News Feed that led to Donald Trump winning the election. The error resulted in users being shown a message that said people who loved them would take comfort in their profile being used in remembrance. Facebook apologised and said that the glitch was related to the process of "memorialising" someone's page when they die.

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UFC's NY debut pricing Irish fans out of UFC 205

I want to fight your chicken! "I'm crapping my jocks I'm not going to lie". So there you have it folks, "Mystic Mac" will not be retiring, instead he will be welcoming a little McGregor into the world. McGregor, as he had been all week in NY, was the star of the show - even with A-listers Madonna and Hugh Jackman in the arena. "Now, I celebrate as champion of two divisions", McGregor said.

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Conor McGregor Finally Reveals What His 'Big Announcement' Is

Conor McGregor is the first fighter in UFC history to hold titles in multiple weight classes at the same time. Conor McGregor (blue gloves) fights Eddie Alvarez (red gloves) in their lightweight title bout during UFC 205 at Madison Square Garden in New York November 12, 2016.

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Trump will have GOP Senate to work with

A president whose party controls both the Senate and House of Representatives can generally count on getting things done fairly quickly, and Trump likely will not be an exception, despite starting with unusual handicaps. Bill Dotzler, a Democrat from Waterloo. There will be one independent: Sen. US President-elect Donald Trump visited Congress on Thursday and proclaimed that health care , border security and jobs will be his top three priorities when he moves to the White House next ...

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'Extra-supermoon' to be brightest since 1948; 2 of 3 this year

The moon will set about an hour later, just before the sunrise at 6:54 a.m. If you're not an early riser, go out at night on either Sunday or Monday to see the supermoon , a NASA scientist advises. Technically, the moon won't be full until Monday morning at 8:52, but to the naked eye, the moon will still appear full Sunday night and Monday night.

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Heads up: 'Supermoon' to appear on Monday

To see it for yourself, just head outside after sunset Sunday night, or anytime before sunrise Monday morning. There are about four to six a year but this month's Supermoon will be the closest the Earth has been to the moon since 1948. But a Met Office spokesman said: "Monday evening and overnight Monday night is the best chance to spot it in Europe". Noah Petro, deputy project scientist for NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter mission, said: "I've been telling people to go out at night on ...

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The supermoon will be brightest and largest just after dusk on Monday

The moon appears full when Earth is between the moon and the sun. Monday's supermoon will be extra super - it will be the closest the moon comes to us in nearly 69 years. Once per orbit the moon is opposite the sun in the sky, meaning that the side facing the Earth is fully illuminated. This coincidence of a full moon or a new moon will be the biggest so far of the history of 21st century.

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The Biggest Supermoon In 68 Years: Next Monday

The moon orbits the Earth in such a way that sometimes the moon is very close to the Earth, and sometimes it is farther away. The moon won't come this close to Earth again until 2034. The last supermoon of 2016 on December 14 will also be a attractive sight, but it is expected to wash out visibility of the Geminid meteor shower.

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All eyes will be on a supermoon this weekend

Average distance from Earth to the moon is 238,855 miles. "The Moon will reach perigee - Moon's closest point as it orbits Earth - on November 14,2016 at 07:21 PM (PST) nearly 2 hours 31 minutes before going Full Moon at 09:52 PM (PST)", state weather bureau PAGASA said in a post in its website.

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Democrats Wonder If Bernie Sanders Could Have Beaten Trump

This was a change election. President Obama is now the lamest of lame-duck Presidents, having to welcome into the White House a man whom he had attacked and demonised for months. The Bernie Sanders message that won him 22 states in the Democratic primaries was exactly where Trump went to create his movement. It was another grotesque lie.

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Bernie Sanders for president in 2020? He's not ruling it out

Clinton's unexpected losses in industrial states like Wisconsin and Pennsylvania - as well as the razor-edge race in MI, which CNN has not called -- underscored the view of Democratic strategists who privately complained throughout 2016 that Clinton hadn't found a message that connected with working-class Americans .

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Carmouche takes first UFC bout held in New York

Households will be charged $60 to watch the fight, and reports this week in NY claim, that the UFC could break the two-million mark for the first time. "One is that I'm going to be a daddy next year", he said. "I have spent a lot time of time slating everyone in the company". UFC fans may have to wait a while until they next see dual-weight world champion Conor McGregor step inside the octagon.

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Japan Makes Exception; Signs Historic Nuclear Agreement With India

In his first comments after he announced the demonetisation move, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday acknowledged the hardship being faced by people in India but said more steps could be taken to curb black money if required. "PM @ narendramodi and PM @ AbeShinzo inside the Shinkansen bullet train to Kobe", External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Vikas Swarup also tweeted.

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The End Is Finally Heading To Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition

People have already spent thousands of hours in this seemingly large world which never ceases to exist. Apart from naming the update "1.0 Ender Update", Mojang , the developers behind " Minecraft ", has announced that the update will finally bring "The End Dimension" (including outer islands and End Cities with Shulker mobs).

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Experian plc (EXPN) Receives Neutral Rating from BNP Paribas

Mears Group PLC (LON:MER)'s stock had its "buy" rating restated by equities researchers at Peel Hunt in a research report issued to clients and investors on Wednesday. If you are reading this story on another website, that means this article was illegally copied and re-published to this website in violation of US and worldwide copyright law.

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Putin aide: Trump could build confidence with North Atlantic Treaty Organisation pullback

Sergei Ryabkov's remarks were published by the Interfax state news agency on 10 November 2016 as part of an interview concerning prospects for the relationship between Russian Federation and the U.S. The Houston Chronicle reported that Washington has blamed Russian Federation for conducting "hacks into the Democratic National Committee and the emails of Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta".

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Climate denier Trump has Danish minister anxious

Within U.S. domestic energy and environmental realms, Trump has vowed to expand the coal industry, despite the fact that coal consumption is a major contributor to greenhouse gas emissions. action. Chinese officials have reaffirmed the country's determination to continue working on climate change despite climate skeptic Donald Trump's win in the USA presidential election.

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Witness the largest and brightest 'supermoon' on Monday!

The biggest and brightest full moon of the year is just around the turn. That's the point in the moon's orbit when it's closest to Earth . The moon's distance from Earth varies because it is in an egg-shaped, not circular, orbit around the planet.

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Biggest supermoon in decades

What is a supermoon? An unusually large and bright Moon will adorn the night sky tomorrow - the closest "supermoon" to Earth in 68 years and a chance for dramatic photos and spectacular surf. When close to the horizon, the moon can appear up to 3 times as big as when it is high in the sky. As explained by Christian Science Monitor , during the old days, beaver trappers of the Algonquin Native American tribes would set their bait right around the time when the November full moon is about to ...

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Pakistan ratifies Paris climate agreement

The two countries' partnership on climate change encouraged almost two hundred the countries to sign the pact a year ago. "It would signal that the United States has no interest in co-operating with other nations on climate change", said Alden Meyer, of the Union of Concerned Scientists.

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Conor McGregor takes his place among MSG fight legends

In fact, he dropped Alvarez three times in the opening round alone. McGregor stuffed a takedown and taunted the champion by putting his hands behind his back. Eddie Alvarez has traveled the world fighting, engaging in many thrilling classics for various organizations before arriving in the UFC. It was a one-sided affair for McGregor (21-3), which he completely dominated with a near-flawless performance.

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Theresa May dodges a question on whether Trump fit to be president

This is a man with whom we can do business", Farage said . This referred to Obama's warning that if Britain left the European Union it would struggle to broker a trade deal with the USA, something Trump has said he will prioritise. "It was a great honour to spend time with Donald Trump today ". Farage, who appeared on stage with Trump during the tycoon's successful campaign, also had strong words for presidential incumbent Barack Obama .

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F1: Lewis Hamilton on the Pole at Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace

All that is needed is P1 for Nico Rosberg in Brazil. Mercedes' driver Lewis Hamilton celebrates pole position after the Brazilian GP qualifying session in Sao Paulo November 12, 2016. Kimi Raikkonen will line up third on the grid with the Red Bull of Max Verstappen fourth. Wet or dry, it's a great circuit and will bring out the best of the best.

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Supermoon set to rise November 14

The technical name is the perigee-syzygy of the Earth-Moon-Sun system. It is the time wherein the Moon is at its closest approach to the planet Earth on its elliptical orbit. Since based on the EST time when the moon is in full swing it will be setting on the US East Coast. At this position, a supermoon will look bigger and brighter than when it's higher up in the sky, because you can compare the apparent size of the supermoon with the landscape.

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Modi calls for greater participation of Japanese industries

Friday's accord was signed after Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's meeting with his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi. "I thank Prime Minister Abe, the Japanese government and the Parliament for their support to this agreement", he told the press.

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Supermoon to be biggest since 1948

This means that the moon's closest approach can occur at any point in its orbit around the Earth. This is when the moon can be up to 14 percent closer to Earth . The moon will reach perigee within two hours of becoming full, according to NASA . While the moon will likely be visible throughout the day (depending on cloud coverage), supermoons are best viewed at night, away from sources of light pollution.

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Trump's climate plan "catastrophic" - France's Royal

Local and regional government initiatives emerged November 10 as bright spots at the Marrakech Climate Change Conference, which has been dominated by worries about the future US role in global efforts to curb carbon emissions after Donald Trump's presidential election victory.

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John Kerry arrives in Wellington for talks with Key

Air Force C17 Globemaster with the National Science Foundation's Scott Borg, right, at the Pegasus ice runway near McMurdo Station, Antarctica on Frida. "Everybody knows there's sometimes a divide between a campaign and governing", he said. He said that globally, there were more fires, floods and damaging storms, and sea levels were rising.

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Memorable moments of today's Cubs rally

The Cubs' Game 7 victory in Cleveland breaks a 108-year drought. "It happened, baby", Rizzo said. During the jubilant festivities at the park, 39-year-old retiring Cubs catcher David Ross posed for a selfie in front of a multitude of roaring fans.


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