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Iridium satellites, climatology ships take off from California

The Falcon 9 rocket took off at 12:47 from Vandenberg Air Force Base on the California coast. Local time. The five space probes of Iridium gradually separated in about 65 minutes. While SpaceX has recovered and reused the first stage of the Falcon 9 rocket, the company will no longer recycle that device from this launch. The rocket was a …

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Russia Says Missile Ships Will Stay Near Syria, Challenging in Middle East and Europe

Russian President Vladimir Putin announced Wednesday that warships would be deployed near Syria in the Mediterranean, where rival U.S. military vessels also operate. Putin made the remarks during a gathering of top military brass, defense industry leaders and economic officials in the city of Sochi. Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and his Iranian allies battle rebels and jihadis attempting to overthrow …

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USA ships 2 Russian bombers

Two Russian long-range bombers were intercepted off the coast of Alaska on Friday by two F-22 Raptor fighters, the US military said. The Tu-95 bombers flew into the air defense zone in the Bering Sea north of the Aleutians, where they were visually identified and shadowed by US jets at 10 am, Navy Capt. Scott Miller, a spokesman for the …

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Chrome 66 for Mac ships with the restrictions on saved password export and media autoplay

After iOS this afternoon, Chrome 66 for Mac is introduced with several user-oriented features and policy changes. This includes the behavior of new media autoplay, password export, and other security changes. In January 2009, Chrome, with version 64, allowed users to mute audio for individual websites to make playback more consistent. Google will continue this effort with new guidelines that …

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Crashes of cruise ships are not rare

The disappearance of a woman who overboarded during the P & O Pacific Dawn is one of at least nine occasions in the last two years when people have fallen aboard a cruise ship. 2018 * April 12 – A woman falls overboard at 4:00 pm as she travels on the Brisbane-bound Pacific Dawn, 300 km west of New Caledonia. …

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A new "crab camera" could help map the seabed, track pollution, and find planes or ships at sea

Leave it to the all-rounder Mantis shrimp to decipher the secret of the underwater GPS. Two years ago, a University of Illinois researcher, inspired by the dashing, dashing underwater warrior, mimicked his bulging eyes to create a camera capable of picking up polarized light and better detecting some cancers. Now he has used the same technology to develop a global …

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