BBC News 24
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for your country. I believe that this nation should commit itself to achieving the goal, before this decade is out, of landing a man on the Moon.
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for your country. APPLAUSE I believe that this nation should commit itself to achieve the goal, before this decade is out, to land a man on the moon.
5STAR
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GASP Aww, look at that cute face! With Booking.com, you stay flexible, whatever happens in your life. And there are plenty of options to rebook. Visit Booking.com now for your next trip. HUBBUB # "Moon River" sung by Audrey Hepburn # Moon river # Wider than a mile.
BBC News 24
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for you, ask what you can do for your country. I believe that this nation should commit itself to achieve the goal before this decade is out to land a man on the moon and land him safely back on the Earth
ITV4
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I'm over the moon to have won both races. And, er, in just the weirdest of circumstances in a weekend. And now it's throwing it down
BBC News 24
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of landing a man on the moon and returning him safely to the Earth. A look back at the life of JFK. Bob Dylan has crafted songs known to millions - but the man himself is a bit of a mystery. Well, a new book sheds some light on a YOUNG Dylan. It's a collection of images by Ted Russell, a former LIFE Magazine photographer who met the musician in the early 60s
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you, ask which you can do for your country. I believe that this nation should commit itself to achieving the goal before this decade is out of landing a man on the moon and returning him safely to the Earth
BBC One Central
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Moon. Burrow, he has had an influence since he came on. Stolen, the referee says yes. Ferris... Two in the tackle. Ripped.
BBC One Central
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response. Moon... And All picks it up on the bounce. -- Ryan Hall picks it up. Warrington went to sleep, it is 15 tries in 16 games for Joel.
BBC One Central
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the Magic Weekend, this has been terrific from Leeds. A great response. Moon... And All picks it up on the bounce
BBC News 24
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when everything is nailed down, when there are no loose bits. To look at it from the other angle, readers are willing to forgive quite a lot of chance and coincidence, aren't they, in the interests of a good story? I think they are but also it has to be plausible chance and coincidence or it has to be reckless. I remember a Paul Auster novel called Moon Palace years and years ago where everything was crazy coincidence but it was so crazy and so consistent that the novel was really brilliant
RT
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OK!
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Cally Jane Beech and Luis Morrison welcomed their first child together [OK! Magazine] But while the pair are now over the moon with their newborn baby girl Vienna, it wasn't the easiest of labours for the loved-up reality couple. Speaking exclusively to OK! Magazine, beautiful brunette Cally Jane spoke out on the traumatic birth of their first born – which included complications which drastically meant that she had to undergo an emergency C-Section during labour. "I ...
Sputnik International
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But he nevertheless persuaded them, and he said, you know, "This is a record that we need to make, like Scott of the Antarctic." This was going to be a world event. It was a bit like the moon landings. Yes, it was, it was, yes, we'd just come back through the war,.
Channel 4
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# Baby, look at me # And tell me what you see # I can catch the moon in my hand # Don't you know who I am? # Remember my name... By the power of Grayskull!.
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out of landing a man on the moon and returning him safely to the Earth. The present's car.
Daily Mail - India
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The Israeli model, 31, proved pregnancy suits her down to the ground as she hit the beach during a baby-moon in Koh Samui, Thailand, on Monday.
The Event Chronicle
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5 billion Solar Probe Plus (SPP) will use an active water circulation system to help protect instruments that will measure the corona's electric and magnetic fields, electron temperatures, and plasma density. And of course, there'll also be an imaging system to take a few holiday snaps while spending such quality time under the Sun. Understanding the activity of the Sun and predicting weather from it is crucial if we really want to have humans explore space more, including working and living on the Moon and Mars, says Tucker. Getting a grip on how particles are whipped into high speeds will also give researchers a better idea on how objects move through space. Tucker pointed out that the Kepler Space Telescope is steered by solar winds. By understanding the solar wind in better detail, how it is accelerated namely, it will open up the possibility of using it to accelerate space craft like the one proposed in the Light Sail project, Tucker told ScienceAlert.
The Event Chronicle
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3, no. 3, 310-322. Interestingly, various seismic events on our Moon (moonquakes) are apparently correlated with, or triggered by, some phenomenon or phenomena outside of our Solar System; see Cliff Frohlich and Yosio Nakamura, 2006, “Possible extra-Solar-System cause for certain lunar seismic events”, Icarus , vol. 185, 2128. If this is true, it suggests the possibility that in at least some cases phenomena on our Sun and earthquake activity on Earth (as well as moonquakes) may be correlated with each other because both the Sun and Earth (or Earth-Moon system) are responding to common phenomena outside of our Solar System, or perhaps the Sun is responding to something from outside the Solar System and then causing effects on Earth (and presumably on other planets and bodies in our Solar System as well). Such studies are still in their infancy.
The Sun Daily - Style
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"Do what you love, find your passion, and do it often. "Then, it will only be a matter of time before you become successful," he said. In 2010, with his father's support, Richard launched Cyrus, a luxury Swiss watch brand, with its first watch released into the market after a year. Seven years later, Cyrus has released dozens of watches with unique complications, including his personal favourite Klepsys Moon, that has a first-of-its-kind patented 3D moon face, and penetrated markets across the globe. Read further to know more about Richard and the Cyrus brand. Why did you choose the name Cyrus for your watch? Cyrus was the name of a king of a Persian empire, who was also known as Cyrus the Great. He was a warrior and a conqueror, but at the same time very human and social ... similar to what we are building. How do you stay relevant in an already competitive and challenging Swiss watchmaking market? I try to go on a path that not too many makers go in developing innovation, new functions and new complications.
Financial Times - United States
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Futurism
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Between the Europa Clipper and the proposed Europa Lander , NASA has made it clear that it intends to send a mission to this icy moon of Jupiter in the coming decade. Ever since the Voyager 1 and 2 probes conducted their historic flybys of the moon in 1973 and 1974 — which offered the first indications of a warm-water ocean in the moon’s interiorscientists have been eager to peak beneath the surface and see what is there. Towards this end, NASA has issued a grant to a team of researchers from Arizona State University to build and test a specially-designed seismometer that the lander would use to listen to Europa’s interior. Known as the Seismometer for Exploring the Subsurface of Europa (SESE), this device will help scientists determine if the interior of Europa is conducive to life. According to the profile for the Europa Lander, this microphone would be mounted to the robotic probe.
Financial Times - World News
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