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Joseph Annutto
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Can My Facebook Posts Be Used as Evidence Against Me in a Divorce? NH Divorce Lawyer
Is Social Media Evidence Admissible in a Divorce Case? Many factors have to be taken into account before content on social media is used as evidence in court. But yes, your Facebook posts can serve as evidence against you in court. In fact, Facebook has bec...

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Safe Driving Tips for St. Patrick’s Day - Avoid DUI in NH
Safe Driving Habits for St. Patrick’s Day Every 17th of March, the Irish as well as Irish-at-heart celebrate the patron saint of Ireland. The holiday began as a religious feast day and has now turned in to a cultural celebration where individuals enjoy beer...

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Avoid a DUI - Watch for Sobriety Checkpoints on New Year's in New Hampshire
New Year’s Eve is a great time to get out and celebrate the end of one year and the start to another great one. It is a time that you often go out and party with your friends and other family members, and sometimes things get a little out of hand. Because s...

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Drone Use in Interspousal Spying and Divorce - New Hampshire
That tiny model airplane of past decades has evolved into what is known now as a drone.  Drones have been proliferating since 2009 and is widely applied in many areas, including logistics, military surveillance, police investigations, and photography.   But...

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Safe Trick or Treating this Halloween in New Hampshire - Injury Lawyer Nashua
Halloween Safety Tips For New Hampshire Residents Halloween is upon us and  New Hampshire residents and towns are getting ready to invaded .  Halloween is celebrated by all sizes and ages of ghosts and goblins.  Like the rest of the country, the highlight o...

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Divorce Mediation? The Pros & Cons of Divorce Mediation...

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Back to School in NH: Pedestrian Safety Tips for New Hampshire Students
Travel Safety Tips for New Hampshire Students It’s almost September, and you know what that means!  New Hampshire students like you are headed back to school.  It will be another school year of walking, biking, or bus riding to your classroom.  But going ba...

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NASA Television is providing live coverage of today’s U.S. spacewalk conducted from the International Space Station​. Watch by clicking the tab above or going to

The spacewalk is scheduled to begin at 7:10 a.m. EST/ 12:10 UTC and last about 6 hours and 45 minutes.

Expedition 42 Flight Engineer Terry Virts and Commander Barry Wilmore will venture outside the orbital complex for their third spacewalk in eight days. They will set up a series of antennas and communications equipment that will allow future crews launching from Florida on U.S. commercial spacecraft to rendezvous with the space station. Their work is part of a reconfiguration of the space station in advance of the arrival of private crewed spacecraft. See an overview of their tasks at

During their previous two spacewalks, the duo spent about 13 and 1/2 hours outside the space station deploying cables, lubricating parts at the end of the space station’s robotic arm and preparing the Tranquility module for the relocation and arrival of other modules later this year.

At the conclusion of Wednesday’s spacewalk, Terry Virts reported seeing a small amount of water floating free in his helmet during repressurization of the airlock. There was no report of water during the spacewalk itself, and the crew was never in any danger. After thorough analysis by ground teams, the space station’s mission management team gave a “go” on Friday to proceed with the spacewalk. 

A high degree of confidence was expressed that the suit’s systems are all in good shape and approval was given to proceed with the spacewalk.

Swapping designations for this final scheduled spacewalk for Expedition 42, Virts is extravehicular crew member 1 (EV1) and is wearing the suit with the red stripes. Wilmore is extravehicular crewmember 2 (EV2) with no stripes on his suit.

This is the 187th spacewalk in support of space station assembly and maintenance. 
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