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NASA’s Opportunity Rover Encounters Massive Dust Storm on Mars

NASA’s Opportunity rover has just encountered a massive dust storm on Mars and it could prevent it from contacting Earth in the future The storm that the Opportunity rover is currently going through on the Red Planet is so severe that the dust is blocking out the light coming from the Sun, making it hard for the rover to charge its solar panels that powers the internal battery. Currently, NASA’s engineers a ...

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Essential CBD Extract: Special Online Prices for Australia Residents

Essential CBD Extract’s massive success on the market led to the release of special packages and prices available online for Australia residents Massive demand and media coverage has encouraged Essential CBD Extract’s manufacturers to introduce special packages and discounts on their website for Australia residents. However, due to the limited stock, the offers are not going to last for too long. The Essent ...

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Apple introduces macOS Mojave and iOS 12 – smarter and more secure

Apple is targeting some of Facebook’s tools utilized to automatically track web users and will do so within the next versions of their operating systems – iOS 12 and macOS Mojave. The week has started just great for the giant tech company, Apple, as they presented at the firm’s developers conference the new versions of iOS and Mac operating systems. The one thing that grabbed the audience’s most attention w ...

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China Welcomes the Entire World to its Space Station

While NASA and its partners are deciding how long to maintain the ISS, China has taken things to the next level and invited the world to its orbital station set to become operational in 2022 China’s ambassador to the UN and other organizations in Vienna, Shi Zhongjun said that the CSS “belongs not only to China, but also to the world.” She went on and added that "All countries, regardless of their size and ...

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Man-made diamonds – the new thing at De Beers

The majority of diamonds in the entire world are cut at De Beers. Now, they are working on something even more spectacular – diamonds made in the laboratory. De Beers is the company that had used their clients with rare, “real” and expensive diamonds that symbolize eternal love. However, it appears that they are making a major reversal by producing man-made diamonds and selling them afterward. Lightbox is t ...

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Balcony boy’s family thank Mamoudou Gassama, the Malian “Spiderman”

A boy who was hanging from a balcony in the capital of France was saved by a Malian migrant after he climbed four floors with his bare hands. Now the family of the boy thank him. Monday, May 28th, was a terrible day for a family living in Paris who left their child home alone and went for shopping. The four-year-old boy somehow got to the balcony and was only seconds away from a tragic end were it not for M ...

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Abortion law approved in Ireland – Women pay tribute to Indian immigrant

The abortion rights movement in Ireland was sparked by the death of an Indian woman immigrant, Savita Halappanavar. The abortion law was approved by the Irish parliament on Friday, May 25th. Last Friday, May 25th, was a historic day for Ireland, as voters managed to repeal the eighth constitutional amendment of the country which implied that women were forbidden to undergo an abortion, regardless of the rea ...

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