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Storm blast central US with snow, ice and wind, 3 – The Mercury News

MINNEAPOLIS – A storm system stretching from the Gulf Coast to the Great Lakes has filled the center of the US with heavy snow, wind, rain and hail, forced flight cancellations, created treacherous road conditions and killed at least three people Louisiana In the early Midwest, the early spring storm brought snow to a region that longed for sunshine and …

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Features on Mercury, Charon get official name

The naming of objects and the characteristics they cover help astronomers to characterize, understand, and communicate the themes of their studies. The International Astronomical Union (IAU) has recently released official names for seven features on the planet Mercury, as well as 12 on the largest moon of Pluto, Charon. On April 6, the IAU Working Group on Planet System Nomenclature …

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Netflix & # 39; Mercury 13 & # 39; s; Trailer: Female astronauts who never saw space

Amazon will be visiting the same chapter of the story for a forthcoming miniseries. Netflix will attempt to withhold Amazon's planned narrative miniseries of a group of Kennedy-era astronauts, "Mercury 13," with a documentary of the same name. The Netflix offer includes interviews with pilots who underwent physical and psychological tests in a privately funded secret program in 1961. However, …

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Who was the original Mercury Seven? NASA's first astronauts were John Glenn, Alan Shepard

59 years ago, NASA introduced seven astronaut classes for the first time. The men, called the original seven, became nocturnal sensations in the United States. They were later known as the Mercury Seven for Project Mercury, the program with the task of orbiting the first Americans into space orbiting the Earth, according to NASA. The process of choosing the seven …

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