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Key facts from the budget 2018 – at a glance | UK news

Hammond's Opening Speech Peter Walker, Political Correspondent: Hammond's initial sections are overtly political and reiterate the idea of ​​an end to austerity. This will, he says, "a budget that shows that the perseverance of the British pays off". It will, he promises, have a budget for "the strebers, the grafters and the keepers". However, at the end of this section, …

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HBO's Watchmen series reveals an enigmatic first glance

Who actually watches the guards? The title Watchmen the iconic comic book series of the late 80s by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons, has long been a mystery, because the superhero group of the story does not bear this name (though they did it in director Zack have done) Snyders 2009er filming). Instead, this word usually appears only in the …

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The sky of this week at a glance, August 31 – September 8

Friday, August 31 • Four bright planets are still waiting for you in the twilight this week, even though the brightest are getting deeper and more difficult. From right to left, they are very low in the west-southwest, Jupiter in the southwest, top left of Venus, Saturn in the south, and bright Mars in the south-southeast. Best overall view: about …

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The sky of this week at a glance, 3 – 11 August

Saturn as it appears in good looking at typical amateur telescopes. The south is up. Note the Cassini division in the rings, the bright equatorial zone on the globe and the darker south equatorial belt just above it, the more shady south polar region, and the dim gray C-ring within the light A and B rings. The C-ring is best …

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Wonder Woman Lands at the Mall at First Glance & # 39; WW84 & # 39; Footage: Live updates from Comic-Con 2018, Day 3

Welcome to Comic-Con Day Three! It's our biggest day for two reasons: First comes the Warner Bros. panel, which will feature DC Comics' big films – Wonder Woman1984 Aquaman and Shazam ! – as well as Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald and The Lego-Film 2: The Second Part . After this panel, ET will be on the red carpet …

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The Sky of the Week at a Glance, July 20-28

The comet PanSTARRS, C / 2017 S3 unexpectedly brightened to about 8th brightness. It's waiting for your riflescope or maybe even a pair of binoculars in the northeastern sky before dawn. See Bob King's Articles and Finder Charts: PanSTARRS Comet, Rocket of Breakout, Goes Green When dawn falls on Friday, July 20, after Jupiter, then Spica, then alpha fades and …

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The Sky of this Week at a Glance, July 13-21

On Saturday evening, the 14th, we try to catch very deep the thin crescent above Mercury in the twilight. Binoculars help. Friday, July 13 • Cassiopeia is now far behind its annual bottom-up in the north. Watch out for his W pattern, which is low in the northeast after dark. The further north you live, the higher it will be. …

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The sky of this week at a glance, July 6-14

Regulus has approached Venus, which outshines him more than a hundredfold. Mercury, 15 ° to Venus bottom right, is pretty easy to see if you catch it at the right time. Venus and Regulus in conjunction. Aldebaran is just emerging from the sunrise light when the waning crescent moon vanquishes him or the next morning (depending on where you are …

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The International Space Station at a glance

Born in 1998 with the launch of the first component, the ISS as it is known today is the only artificial structure in space that can sustain human dwellers for long periods of time and elevate the planet to an altitude of 408 km (253 miles). , It is also the third brightest object in the night sky. The ISS …

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The sky of this week at a glance, 1 – 9 June

Venus begins June under Pollux and Castor in late dusk. , . , But until June 8, the background stars have slipped down, leaving Venus in place. Castor and Pollux will compete with Venus on 10 and 11 June. (These scenes are for a celestial observer near 40 ° latitude.) Set up your telescope on Saturn and Mars June before …

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