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Supply ship named for John Glenn arrives at space station

Tuesday, flying through a few puffy clouds on a northeasterly trajectory over the Atlantic Ocean. The commercial cargo ship, dubbed the S.S. John Glenn, holds almost 7,700 pounds (3,500 kilograms) of food, equipment and research for the International Space Station.

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Rocket Launch To Be Shown In Live 360-Degree Video

After the load is emptied and Cygnus is pressed brimming with junk, the module will be discharged for its plunge back to Earth. Orbital ATK manufactured the arrays and composite structures at its Goleta and San Diego, California, facilities, and the propellant tanks for the Cygnus spacecraft at its Commerce, California, site.

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Super Bomberman R's Latest Update Adds New Stages, Accessories, and More

The Silent Hill resident will be joined by Castlevania's Simon Belmont and the Gradius series' Vic Viper as part of a free update rolling out soon, Konami said. Story mode now lets you change the camera angle. In Super Bomberman R , up to eight players can compete locally or online in the competitive "Battle" mode, or up to two players can work cooperatively in "Story" mode to clear stages in order to save the galaxy.

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U.S. cargo ship successfully launched to space station, 360-degree view fails

Orbital ATK is a private sector company that operates the cargo ship and has a contract with NASA to transport supplies and cargo to the global space station. People will be able to view the launch. Scientists, so far, have been unable to monitor those conditions on a large scale, and a better understanding could lead to more accurate spacecraft breakup predictions, better spacecraft designs, and materials capable of better resisting the extreme heat and pressure during the return to Earth.

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PM's message on Earth Day

Gaylord Nelson and picked up by thousands of college campuses on April 22, 1970 . A Philadelphia coalition formed, its nucleus comprised of Penn students, and famously presented not only a massive demonstration on Belmont Plateau, but a whole week of events citywide.

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USA cargo ship blasts off for space station with supplies, experiments

The commercial cargo ship, dubbed the S.S. John Glenn, holds almost 7,700 pounds (3,500 kilograms) of food, equipment and research for the International Space Station. Mr Glenn, an original Mercury 7 astronaut, became the first American to orbit the Earth in 1962. On the other side of the world, the Russian space agency plans to launch a rocket later this week, sending up two astronauts bound for the International Space Station.

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The $400 Juicero Juicer Is The Funniest Silicon Valley Fail In Forever

Dunn's blog post justifies Juicero's existence and its business model by claiming the machine and its process serve to ensure a quality end product without a lot of work. "All consumer juicers had was a centrifuge or an auger or a masticator". "So, for the next 30 days, we've chose to extend our Happiness Guarantee to any Juicero customer - new or old - who feels that we aren't making it easier, more enjoyable and delicious to form a healthy habit".

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Search for missing hikers in Grand Canyon being scaled back

Tomorrow, added Vandzura, the National Park Service will move to a "limited continuous mode of searching, which includes a public education outreach campaign asking hikers and tour groups for leads, and having park rangers continue to keep their eyes open during their shifts".

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Samsung Galaxy S8 brings dual audio connection via Bluetooth 5

You will get an excellent security for the Samsung Galaxy S8. Moving ahead, Samsung finally unveiled its latest flagship devices, the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus, yesterday. Both S8 and S8+ will come with a full section of biometric technologies. In fact, if you notice the Galaxy S8, which is Samsung's smaller phone, has a bigger screen than what is inside the iPhone 7 Plus.

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Protests Against Trump On Earth Day 2017 To Participate In Nationwide

A march is part of the equation in Park City on Saturday. According to Getsos, this year's climate march was planned and scheduled for April 29 before the presidential election took place last year, and was deliberately set for the 100th day of the new administration, regardless of the election's outcome.

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Samsung may launch Galaxy C7 Pro in India today

The Samsung Galaxy S8 was launched last month in NY and London. Lee Jae-yong, the de facto leader of Samsung Group on Friday denied bribery allegations in his first court hearing held in relation to a massive corruption scandal that ousted President Park Geun-hye.

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MacBook Pro 2017 release date, specs, rumors: Touch Bar to be removed?

It seems that it will be further delayed as the upcoming event of the tech giant is focused on education and may not likely to show off the next-generation tablet. Recent rumors and leaks mentioned that the company might be working on the next version of a 2-in-1 laptop that is most likely to be called Surface Pro5.

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Facebook launches new 'virtual reality' meeting space for friends

As mentioned in the beginning, it simply taking the whole social networking experience to the virtual reality level. Mark Zuckerberg shows off social spaces in VR with fencing, chess and selfie sticks. It's all about being yourself. Beta version of Facebook Spaces for Oculus Rift and Touch can be downloaded from Oculus Store . You can also pull in photos from your Facebook account and enlarge them on the screen.

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New GOP Health Proposal Could Ditch Protections For People Who Are Sick

There's no target date for a vote, whether next week or at any future time, the aide said. The Virginia Republican said that the Freedom Caucus is "still waiting on the official text" of the deal, but claimed that "we have language" to address both lowering premiums and coverage for pre-existing conditions.

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Be Familiar with Analyst's Ratings: Rite Aid Corporation's (RAD)

The target implies a 54.17% spike from where the shares are now trading. Analyst recommendation for this stock stands at 2.60. It has underperformed by 59.74% the S&P500. (NASDAQ:YHOO) stake by 18,200 shares and now owns 348,344 shares. Discover Finl Svcs (NYSE:DFS) was reduced too. Therefore 40% are positive. It dropped, as 67 investors sold Rite Aid Corporation shares while 114 reduced holdings.

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Trump Congratulates Erdoğan on Referendum That Gave Him Vast New Powers

Erdogan's government used emergency powers to silence opposition media and constrain the "No" campaign ahead of the vote. The new referendum would allow Erdogan , who has already enacted sweeping reforms since a 2016 uprising that almost ended in a coup, "to issue decrees, declare emergency rule, appoint ministers and top state officials and dissolve parliament", according to Reuters .

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Trump says no 'rush' to get healthcare legislation done next week

The White House released information to reporters on Friday, announcing that the Office of Management and Budget was taking steps to prepare for any lapse in federal appropriations. "I've really been negotiating this for two months, maybe even less than that", he added. The big priorities for Democrats are the money for those people who need Obamacare subsidies, the protection of domestic spending, and increases for programs for opioid addiction and health care for coal miners, the last ...

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Samsung's Galaxy S8 active makes its first appearance as the SM-G892A

One of the wonders of design is brought back to reality by Samsung with the new Samsung Galaxy S8. Samsung will announce the Indian availability and pricing details on April 19. One version would use an OLED screen, while the other would incorporate a flexible display to allow it to extend from a 5-inch to an 8-inch device. Both Samsung and LG Display now lead the market in flexible screen displays, and LG recently began investing billions of dollars to expand its production capabilities ...

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Palestinians in Israeli prisons begin hunger strike

There are now 6,300 Palestinian political prisoners held by Israel, including more than 300 child detainees, according to Jerusalem-based prisoner rights group Addameer. Several hundred are being detained without charges. Barghouti is a prominent figure in the Fatah movement of Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas.

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Trump says 'no deal' was made for charity worker

But Obama not only refused to help her, he threatened to prosecute her family if they paid the ransom demanded for her release. "We are very happy to have Aya back home and it's a great honor to have her in the Oval Office", Trump said .

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Facebook unveils new AR, VR platforms and products

Evidently they did have some plans for it. Users can design their own avatar and engage in various activities like browsing the web, sharing media, watching videos, taking photos and traveling to virtual destinations. No matter how many miles apart you are, these virtual space can bring you together in a way that a simple Facebook post-or even phone call-could ever really do.

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Saturn's moon boasts all the ingredients for life

Zurbuchen added that the missions were getting humans closer to understanding whether they were "indeed alone or not". Life requires three main ingredients: liquid water, source of energy and the right chemical ingredients. If that is the case, then it is also reasonable to think that microbe life - if it exists - could be flourishing due to a process known as " methanogenesis ".

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Samsung S8, S8 Plus India Launch Set for April 19

By narrowing down to a couple of flagship devices, Samsung now has a more streamlined portfolio and will be able to better focus its marketing and other resources on these smartphones, she added. As far as protection is concerned, one can only assume that the Galaxy S8's IP68 certification will remain on the handset, but it will most likely arrive with a beefier shell that will protect it from drops.

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Google's Earth Day Doodle says Do your bit, save the planet

That is probably the question that will arise in everyone's mind after watching the Doodle. Through lovely illustration, which seems right out of a children's graphic novel, Doodler Sophie Diao narrated the story of a fox dreaming about the polluted earth and how with the help of his friends try to make amends.

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EPA Denies Plans to Close Chicago Office

Residents and their supporters railed against any cuts at EPA and demanded action to ensure those affected by the lead crisis are made whole as they prepared Wednesday for EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt's visit. Geertsman explained East Chicago and the state of IN have a poor history with treating the city's drinking water for lead. Debbie Chizewer, a law fellow at Northwestern University's Environmental Advocacy Clinic, said the East Chicago residents she works with were excited about the ...

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Blue whales' feeding technique captured off the coast of New Zealand

The Oregon State University scientists say the whales pick and choose their meals to balance the energy gained through the food with the energy used to capture it. "It would be like me driving a vehicle and braking every 100 years, then accelerating again", Torres said. Another clip in the video shows a whale approaching a similar patch of krill and, deciding against the meal, instead swimming straight through it.

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Prince mourned one year after his death

The superstar died one year ago Friday, at the Paisley Park studio where he lived. Clinton was an early supporter of Prince when he emerged in the late '70s, and Prince ended up casting Clinton in his 1990 film "Graffitti Bridge", releasing a pair of Clinton's albums on his Paisley Park label and continuing to collaborate with him over the years.

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Samsung Releases an "Infinitely Amazing" Galaxy S8 Commercial

The 720,000 Galaxy S8 phones were ordered in the first 7 days, which is quite a large number considering that South Korea has just over 50 million people. The resolution is for the LG G6 is 1440 x 2880, which is a little lower than the Samsung Galaxy S8. Operating profit is estimated at 9.9 trillion won (US$8.76 billion) in the January-March period, compared with 6.68 trillion won posted a year earlier, marking the second-highest quarterly operating profit ever posted by Samsung Electronics.

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Antarctica's Seasonal Meltwater Networks More Extensive Than Previously Thought

All that makes meltwater a little worrisome for climate scientists, but there may be a silver lining, at least according to one of the published papers. This meltwater usually refreezes in winter, and it's thought this process isn't contributing much to Antarctica's ice loss just yet. Image: Kingslake et al.

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Apple to make all its products from recycled materials

In its Environmental Responsibility Report , Apple said - "Materials are mined, manufactured as products, and often end up in landfills after use". Apple does appear to be ramping up efforts to move away from these minerals. According to a recent Greenpeace report , Apple is the only major smartphone company to extend its renewables commitment to 100 percent for its product supply chain.

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Ming-Chi Kuo: Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to Feature Dual Rear Cameras

Doing what they do best, folks at iFixit have torn apart the new Samsung Galaxy S8 in a bid to give us a clear picture of what the phone is like from the inside. There is an option to clean out unnecessary background apps , while another button lets you choose from various power modes, which includes optimized, game, performance, and entertainment.

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Pyongyang threatens 'super-mighty preemptive strike' as U.S. plots next move

U.S. Vice President Mike Pence waves with his wife Karen Pence and his two daughters Charlotte and Audrey, right, before they leave for Japan, at Osan Air Base in Pyeongtaek, South Korea, today. "They have been talking with this gentleman for a long time", he said, referring to North Korea leader Kim Jong Un . The unannounced visit at the start of Pence's 10-day trip to Asia was a US show of force that allowed him to gaze at North Korean soldiers from afar and stare directly across a ...

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Feds admit error but dispute claims made by deported 'Dreamer' Montes

U.S. District Judge Gonazalo Curiel in San Diego is overseeing the case of 23-year-old Juan Manuel Montes. Trump has previously said Dreamers "shouldn't be very worried" but has yet to issue a decision on whether to disbar the program.

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South Korea on heightened alert as Russian Federation denies troop movements toward North

Security Council resolutions bar North Korea from any activities related to development of nuclear weapons and delivery vehicles. North Korean military participate in the celebration of the 70th anniversary of the founding of the ruling Workers' Party of Korea.

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Madras High Court quashes maintenance case against Dhanush

Reportedly, the couple Kathiresan and Meenakshi had claimed that Dhanush had run away from school to pursue a career in films and had changed his name as well. Dhanush appeared before the court in February for medical examination of the birth marks. But there was a possibility that moles could have been removed.


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