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Yogi | Traveler | Reader | Walker | Runner | Powered by plants | Music junkie | Sports chick | Fan of 'please' and 'thank you'
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Where does our solar system end? It all depends on the criteria you are using. Discover more: https://youtu.be/6Sd0nwb6dd4

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Our New Horizons spacecraft prepares for the farthest planetary encounter in the history of space exploration, 4 billion miles away from Earth! Learn more: http://go.nasa.gov/2jDs6Ez
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>September 17, 1924
Mohandas Gandhi began a purifying 21-day fast for Hindu-Muslim tolerance and unity following communal riots in Kohat on India’s northwest border in what is now Pakistan. A Hindu, Gandhi spent his fast at the home of Mahomed Ali.<

>September 17, 1961
1,314 anti-nuclear protesters were arrested during a sit-down in London’s Trafalgar Square by 12,000 (authorities had denied a permit). Philosopher and peace activist Bertrand Russell, aged 89, and 32 others were already in jail, having been arrested the previous month during a demonstration on Hiroshima Day in Hyde Park.
Russell’s Committee of 100 had organized the sit-down and other actions to resist nuclear weapons, challenging the authorities to ‘fill the jails’, with the intention of causing prison overload and large-scale disorder. On arrest members would go limp so as to create maximum disruption without conflict.<

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