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Thomas Friedman: Five Suggested Readings for the Holidays

I always enjoy dinner Thanksgiving, but this year’s I will savor particularly with gusto in light of the mid-term elections. They brought out something beautiful, decent and vitally important in the souls of United States: the willingness to defend the core of our democracy — our ability to carry out …

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the 10 mini satellites that hitched a ride on the rocket

Ten ‘CubeSats’ harnessed the SLS rocket (Space launch System or Space Launch System), which launched the Orion capsule into orbit around the Moon for a space ride. They are nanosatellites, the size of a shoebox, which will carry out various scientific experiments. They are of class 6U — a unit …

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Meet the 10 cubesats that went to the moon with Artemis

space Editor of the Technological Innovation Website – 11/17/2022 The spacecraft’s connecting ring to the rocket also serves as a launch pad for cubesats.[Imagem: Cory Huston/NASA] ride for cubesats The super rocket SLS, which NASA has just launched on a test trip to the Moon, will not only serve to carry …

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How American city faces worst drought in 1,200 years

November 17, 2022 Credit, Getty Images photo caption, A severe drought in 1974 put Tucson, Arizona on the path to greater awareness of water scarcity and conservation. As the southwestern United States grapples with its worst drought in over a thousand years, a city built on the banks of a …

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Biden loses majority in US House

North Americans voted to elect 100% of the representatives and 1/3 of the senators; Casa Alta follows with Democrats President Joe Biden’s Democratic Party lost control of the US House of Representatives in the midterm elections (midterm elections), held on November 8. According to projections of CNN International released on …

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