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SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy would launch for NASA the Europa Clipper mission

NASA officially announced Friday that SpaceX's Falcon Heavy would launch in 2024 the Europa Clipper, agency's most important Solar System exploration mission of the 2020s.

Warning about the LemonDuck crypto mining malware which is targeting both Windows and Linux systems

Microsoft is warning customers about the LemonDuck crypto mining malware which is targeting both Windows and Linux systems and is spreading via phishing emails, exploits, USB devices, and brute force attacks. If left unchecked, it can turn every resource from USB devices to emails into cryptocurrency mining slaves.

A Japanese businessman spent £30,000 purchasing 197 tickets to the Games, now he will watch it on TV

The 45-year-old real estate Japanese businessman Kazunori Takishima from Tokyo spent £30,000 purchasing 197 tickets tickets to the Games and was very dissapointed when spectators were banned due to Covid-19. „It breaks my heart that we cannot watch the Games live in person," he said

China has now the world’s fastest train that can reach speeds of 600 kilometers per hour

China started exploitation of a bullet train that can reach speeds of 600 kilometers per hour (373 miles per hour). It has made its debut in Qingdao. The world's fastest train is named „maglev”, an abbreviation of "magnetic levitation."

NASA’s Perseverance rover will begin collect Martian samples

„We are on the threshold of a new era of planetary science and discovery," said Thomas Zurbuchen, associate administrator for NASA's Science Mission Directorate, in a statement. The history of Mars can be told by the minerals and chemicals trapped within rocks on its surface.

China has a controversial attitude rejecting WHO’s request for a more investigative research over Covid’s origin

The WHO planned to audit laboratories in the Chinese area where the Covid-19 virus was first identified but in answer, Zeng Yixin, deputy health minister, said this showed "disrespect for common sense and arrogance toward science". Speaking at a press conference on Thursday, Mr Zeng said he was extremely surprised by the WHO proposal because it focused on alleged violations of China's laboratory protocols.

Drones and electricity are used in The United Arab Emirates to increase rainfall

A solution provided results: the cloud seeding operation, which uses electrical charges to prompt rainfall. The drones release an electrical charge into clouds, prompting them to coalesce and create rain. No chemicals are used.

A 59 old man from Georgia was exonerated after he wrongly spent two decades in prison

Dennis A. Perry, 59, a man who spent two decades in prison for a 1985 double homicide during church bible study has been exonerated after new discovered DNA evidence.

A new fighter jet with stealth capabilities was presented by Russian aircraft makers

Russian aircraft makers on Tuesday unveiled a prototype of a new fighter jet that features stealth capabilities and other advanced characteristics, at the MAKS-2021 International Aviation and Space Salon, which opened in Zhukovsky, outside Moscow.

Dangerous floods occurred in Henan province of China after heavy rain

Bad weather manifested worldwide this season. Henan province in China, twice the size of Austria with a population of 94 million, has been hit hard by heavy rain in recent days resulting in flooding that has affected more than a dozen cities. But the worst thing happened on Tuesday when Zhengzhou's entire subway system was forced to close.

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The world’s largest sapphire cluster was discovered in Sri Lanka

The world's largest sapphire cluster worth £72million has been unearthed in a man's non-public back garden when workmen began digging a well. The stone is pale blue in colour. Sri Lanka is known as the "Sapphire capital of the world", a leading exporter of sapphires and other precious gems , and the blue sapphire is unique to it.

At least one person died after a major explosion occurred at an industrial park for chemicals in the western German city of Leverkusen

A major explosion rocked an industrial park for chemicals in the western German city of Leverkusen on Tuesday. It sent a large black cloud into the air and sparked a fire. The blast occurred at a tank farm. The blast registered at a seismological station 40 kilometers (25 miles) away.

Astronomers will search for evidence of tech built by aliens

The pattern to search for aliens is changing right now.An international team of scientists led by a prominent Harvard astronomer announced a new initiative Monday to look for evidence of technology built by extraterrestrial civilizations. It’s the Galileo Project, a nonprofit scientific initiative, purely scientific, without political or military involvement.

London hit by floods in the weekend

Heavy downpours and thunderstorms have caused severe flash flooding in parts of London in the end of the weekend, last week. The Environment Agency issued two flood warnings for areas in London near Beverley Brook in Worcester Park and West Barnes.

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