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Google Maps Street View: The rude gesture of the rebel in front of the camera | Travel news | travel

Google Maps Street View is nifty online software that enables users to search the globe at street level. However, increasingly, users find less expected things along the way. However, it is not the direction of their gaze that indicates their aversion to the Google Street View camera. Instead, it’s the indecent gesture she makes on the camera lens. The woman …

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Point of view: Why Turkey flexes its muscles abroad

By Gonul TolCenter for Turkish Studies, MEI Related topics Syrian civil war Image rightsGetty Images Image descriptionIn recent years Turkey has launched three incursions into Syria and has become increasingly involved abroad Immediately after the outbreak of a long-simmering conflict in the South Caucasus late last month, Turkey came to the aid of its Turkish allies in Azerbaijan. It has …

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With the Spatial Reality Display from Sony you can view 3D objects without glasses

3D televisions are practically dead – hence the race for glasses-free 3D devices at home. But that doesn’t mean the technology is completely useless. For example, Sony’s new Spatial Reality Display (or SR Display) uses eye tracking technology to render believable 3D objects without wearing 3D glasses or putting on a VR headset. It’s something that CG and VR artists …

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Amanda Kloots on Trump Covid comments: Nick Cordero’s widow calls the President’s view “dagger in the heart”.

“It was like a belly blow that brought back everything we went through,” Amanda Kloots told CNN’s Chris Cuomo on Tuesday night. Cordero, a Tony nominated actor and singer, faced complications from the virus, including an amputated leg. Kloots previously said he fought the disease for 95 days. “Don’t be afraid? We were afraid every day,” said Kloots and spoke …

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NASA’s TESS creates a cosmic view of the northern sky

This mosaic of the northern sky contains 208 images captured by NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) in its second year of scientific activity in July 2020. The mission divided the northern skies into 13 sectors, each of which was imaged by the spacecraft’s four cameras for almost a month. Among the many notable celestial objects that are visible: the …

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Instant view: Trump tests positive for COVID-19; World stocks are falling

LONDON / SINGAPORE / TOKYO (Reuters) – U.S. stock futures and European stocks fell on Friday after President Donald Trump said he and his wife tested positive for the coronavirus. FILE PHOTO: U.S. President Donald Trump steps aboard Air Force One from Marine One as he leaves Washington on a campaign trip to New Jersey at Joint Base Andrews, Maryland, …

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The zoo removes parrots from view after verbally abusing guests

Polly has a small mouth. A group of parrots in a UK zoo was removed after visitors repeated the obscene language. COLORADO ZOO LIVESTREAMS GIRAFFE BIRTH, VISITORS WITH ADORABLE NEWBORN Lincolnshire Wildlife Park received the five African gray parrots back in August and quarantined them together in the same room, Lincolnshire Live reported. However, the close proximity seemed to have …

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See a 360-degree Juno-Eye view of Jupiter during an Io solar eclipse

Yesterday we posted some amazing photos from Juno Probe 29th Fly by Jupiter. Juno is in a highly elliptical orbit. It hums the planet at an altitude of 4,200 km and then reaches 8.1 million. Juno completes this circuit every 53 days and spends only 2 hours in close proximity to Jupiter to reduce the probe’s exposure to harmful radiation …

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Breathtaking new view of Saturn’s moon Enceladus [Explore Interactively]

Photo credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech / University of Arizona / LPG / CNRS / University of Nantes / Space Science Institute A global infrared mosaic from Saturn‘s moon created with a complete data set from the Enceladus Cassini Spaceship has revealed new details on the lunar surface. Cassini orbited Saturn and its moons from 2004 to 2017. The mission ended …

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