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Soccer-Bale makes goalscoring return as Real edge Arsenal on penalties

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WASHINGTON — Real Madrid beat Arsenal in a penalty shootout after Gareth Bale had made a goalscoring return to the Spanish side in a thrilling 2-2 draw at the International Champions Cup on Tuesday. Arsenal named a strong side captained by Mesut
'WASHINGTON -- Real Madrid beat Arsenal in a penalty shootout after Gareth Bale had made a goalscoring return to the Spanish side in a thrilling 2-2 draw at the International Champions Cup on Tuesday. Read More'

Halt Muskrat Falls flooding until methylmercury issue addressed: Inuit leader – Globalnews.ca

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July 22, 2019 The official overseeing five Inuit communities in Labrador is calling on the premier to halt the scheduled final flooding of the Muskrat Falls reservoir until measures are taken to mitigate potential methylmercury contamination
'July 22, 2019 The official overseeing five Inuit communities in Labrador is calling on the premier to halt the scheduled final flooding of the Muskrat Falls reservoir until measures are taken to mitigate potential methylmercury contamination downstream.Last week, Nalcor Energy said full impoundment of the Muskrat Falls reservoir – a critical step in completing the controversial, over-budget dam – is anticipated to begin Aug. 7, with a target of raising water levels to 39 metres from the current 24.5 metres by the end of September.The news comes weeks after senior government officials told an inquiry into the project’s cost and schedule overruns that the window had closed to “cap” the reservoir’s wetlands, as Liberal premier Dwight Ball had committed to doing, before anticipated impoundment this summer.Read More: https://globalnews.ca/news/5667944/halt-muskrat-falls-flooding-until-methylmercury-issue-addressed-inuit-leader/ . The post Halt Muskrat Falls flooding until methylmercury issue addressed: Inuit leader – Globalnews.ca appeared first on Indigenous Business & Finance Today .'

NASA’s Orion Spacecraft Is Ready For The Final Testing

Football Advocator

The whole world celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission.NASA did; the White House did.And what best way to commemorate the occasion than the two entities to announce us that the NASA’s Orion spacecraft is finally ready for its final
'The whole world celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission.NASA did; the White House did.And what best way to commemorate the occasion than the two entities to announce us that the NASA’s Orion spacecraft is finally ready for its final testing.The Orion Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle is a shuttle designed by NASA in collaboration with ESA.The shuttle is destined to carry four astronauts into space, more specifically on the moon.The Orion vehicle is part of the Artemis lunar exploration program but is intended to be used to carry astronauts to asteroids and, sooner or later, on Mars.The Artemis lunar exploration program has three phases: Artemis 1, 2, and 3.The first phase is expected to launch the spacecraft into space without astronauts in 2021 or 2022.The second is supposed to be the first human-crewed flight, while the third to land the astronauts on the Moon.The development of NASA’s Orion and the Artemis mission so far Vice President Mike Pence stated in a press conference at the Kennedy Space Center, the Orion spacecraft towering over everyone present, that Orion is more than ready for its first launch.He also repeated NASA’s intention to land on the Moon and stay there for a more extended period than astronauts did half a century ago.NASA hopes to succeed in spending weeks or months on the moon to conduct tests for future missions that might lead to years spent on Earth’s natural satellite.This is all for the anticipated Mars missions in the future.The Orion vehicle is comprised of two modules, the crew module built by UK company Lockheed Martin and the service module, built by the European Space Agency.These two modules were unified, thus making Orion qualified for testing.The vehicle is also to be sent to NASA’s Plum Brook Facility in Ohio for further testing.It is worth mentioning that both Michael Collins and Buzz Aldrin showed their disappointment in NASA’s plans to first land on the Moon, to prepare for Mars, and also in the Orion spacecraft that is not capable of ending into lunar orbit with enough power regarding the maneuvring ability. . The post NASA’s Orion Spacecraft Is Ready For The Final Testing appeared first on Advocator .'