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Kaitlin Bennett: 5 facts you need to know

Liberty Hangout Kaitlin Bennett wears an AR-10 and targets the anti-weapons policy of Kent State University. Kaitlin Bennett, a 22-year-old conservative woman who recently graduated from Kent State University, tweeted the above photo with an AR-10 on her back and a sign saying "Come and Take It" in protest (19659004) The Message of the Supplement to the Second Amendment vehemently …

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Rachael DelTondo: 5 facts you need to know

Facebook Rachael DelTondo Rachael DelTondo, a suspended teacher from Pennsylvania, was shot dead in her family's driveway on Mother's Day late Sunday evening. The terrible crime took place in a quiet neighborhood of Aliquippa, just outside Pittsburgh. The police did not name a suspect at their death and would not tell the media if they interviewed suspects. DelTondo had been …

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Weather Forecast: Thunderstorms and Rain In 13 States, Haryana Schools Closed today: 10 facts

Weather forecast: Thunderstorms and Dust Storm caused UP and Rajasthan devastation last week. (19659003) New Delhi: Haryana schools remain closed today and tomorrow after thunderstorms have been issued in 13 states today. The Interior Ministry of the Union warned of thunderstorms with heavy rains, strong wind and hail the northern and eastern parts of the country. The Homeland Ministry's warning …

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Mars Facts: Why Earthlings are so obsessed with Mars

It has been centuries since the earthlings gave Mars a moment to rest. From the first time we saw it hang in the sky – closer than other worlds, brighter than other worlds, disturbingly redder than other worlds – we alternately loved, feared, and hung our hopes for life in the lonely cosmos. This romance is as passionate as ever. …

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AP FACTS EXAMINATION: Trump's rhetoric misleading in VA issues

FILE – In this report, dated January 16, 2018, the White House doctor, dr. Ronny Jackson, during the daily press conference in the Brady White House press conference room at the White House in Washington with reporters. Jackson, President Donald Trump's decision to head Veterans Affairs Affairs Affairs, retired on April 26 after later being denounced as chief medical officer …

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Strange geometrical arrangements of storms observed on Jupiter's sticks – Facts Week

The article observed from strange geometric arrangements of storms at Jupiter's Poland. Astronomers have finally managed to look closely at Jupiter's poles to find out that the gaseous giant is actually stranger than supposedly with its poles packing strange geometric arrangements of storms. This was enabled by the Juno spacecraft of NASA currently orbiting the massive planet. The geometric arrangements …

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Something went wrong – Problems with Falcon-9 1.2V – Facts week

The article of something went wrong – Problems with Falcon-9 1.2V. SpaceX has decided to postpone the launch of its flagship Falcon-9 1.2V for another day. Still, SpaceX will try to land the first tier on its robot ship on Atlantic Ocean Short Twitter post is more in opposition to SpaceX's open information policy. We only know what was announced …

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10 surprising facts about astronaut training

"The fact that I've applied 15 times to become an astronaut has not escaped my friends, supporters, or fans," astronaut Clay Anderson wrote in his autobiography "Ordinary Spaceman." For him, the 16th time was the charm. Anderson was finally selected in 1998 for NASA's astronaut training program. Born in Nebraska, he wanted to become a space traveler since he was …

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NASA launches a planet-hunting craft in space – Facts Week

Read More NASA launches a planet-hunting craft in space. NASA's voluminous and exhaustive search for exoplanets was made possible by the launch of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. The orbit of the TESS spacecraft is undeniably useful for the scientific search for planets near stars in the galaxy. This is known as the lunar orbit orbit. The missions performed by …

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