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Top 6 Best Mobile Phones Under RS 10000 November 2018 In India
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One of the beautiful things about the full moon is that the days before and after are almost as stunning — so if you needed a little reminder to go enjoy yesterday's full moon, it's not too late.

https://thetechinside.com/awesome-full-moon-picture-from-space/
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Part of this blog on my website: Poke the bear
https://anjawessels.photography/poke-the-bear/

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Stan Lee Opens Up About the Voracious Childhood Reading Habits That Led to His Marvel Storytelling
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+Drink and Click ™ Berlin, Germany went to historic places.

Composite. No claim to authenticity.
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Trump says he has no interest in running for a third term https://nyp.st/2QTxqj5
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Jacarandas at the Writers Centre - Callan Park
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NASCAR teams and the sanction have a never ending cat and mouse game going on in terms of the gray area within the rule book

Tags: #nascar #tonystewart #racing
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Sunset on Leibziger Straße

I could swear those were the actual colors.
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Days Away From Mars, NASA Awaits 'The Seven Minutes Of Terror' - Forbes: Forbes Days Away From Mars, NASA Awaits 'The Seven Minutes Of Terror' Forbes Flying the freeway to Mars, the robotic probe InSight nears the end of its 301-million-mile cruise with nary a hitch and hardly a hiccup. But looming just ahead is the exit ramp—the Martian atmosphere. InSight's in for a wild ride. “There's a classic ... NASA Mars 2020 Rover Landing Site Announcement Coming Monday! How to Listen Live.Space.com WATCH NASA TV Live Stream Mars 2020 Landing Site Announcement TomorrowThe Daily Galaxy Tiny satellites will relay news of InSight's Mars landing in minutes, not hoursScience News Bend Bulletin -Astrobiology Magazine -The Inquisitr -Health Thoroughfare all 51 news articles »
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Is Google search becoming social?
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Earth’s magnetic field measured using artificial stars at 90 kilometers altitude | #Geology #GeologyPage

The mesosphere, at heights between 85 and 100 kilometers above the Earth’s surface, contains a layer of atomic sodium.

Read more : http://www.geologypage.com/2018/11/earths-magnetic-field-measured-using-artificial-stars-at-90-kilometers-altitude.html
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Browns’ stunning option for next head coach: Condoleezza Rice https://nyp.st/2DKwFpG
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🚀NASA Mars: A Look at InSight's Steampunk Claw🔬 It sounds like something from a 19th-century sci-fi novel: A Mars robot with a metallic five-fingered claw that's actuated by the melting of wax. But that robot is very real: It's NASA's InSight Mars lander, which launched toward the Red Planet in early May and is scheduled to touch down on Nov. 26.

The video within the post is the InSight's mission, aiming to provide a detailed look at Mars' interior structure and composition. The lander carries two primary science instruments — a burrowing heat probe called the Heat Flow and Physical Properties Package (HP3) and the Seismic Experiment for Interior Structure (SEIS), a suite of super-precise seismometers. (InSight will also use its onboard communications gear to perform a radio-science experiment that should shed further light on Mars' innards.)

Both HP3 and SEIS must be set down on the Martian surface, at a decent remove from the lander's body, to gather high-quality data. And SEIS must also be covered with a specially designed shield to protect it from the wind and thermal extremes.

That's where InSight's steampunk claw, which sits at the end of the lander's 5.9-foot-long (1.8 meters) robotic arm, comes in. It will grasp and place all three of these items — work never before done by a robot on another world, mission team members said.

"The robotic arm has to place everything perfectly," Ashitey Trebi-Ollennu, team lead for InSight's instrument deployment system operations at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California, said in a statement. "But we like a challenge."

Each of the three items to deploy has been outfitted with a knob for the claw to grab. When it's grappling time, InSight's handlers will initiate the heating of paraffin wax inside the claw. When the wax melts, it will expand, pushing out a small rod. The rod will then press on a spring, opening the fingers, NASA officials explained.

When the claw is in position, the heater will be turned off. The wax will then cool and the fingers will contract, closing over the knob. If this description evokes images of arcade claw-machine games in your head, well, you're not the only one.   

"We have a lot riding on InSight's robotic arm, so we've been practicing our version of the claw game dozens of times," InSight project manager Tom Hoffman, also of JPL, said in the same statement. "The difference, of course, is that, unlike the claw-machine designers, our robotic-arm team works hard to allow us to win every time."

 The melting-wax system may sound low-tech, but the InSight team chose it advisedly.

"It's actually a thoroughly proven technology," InSight team member Nicolas Haddad, a mechatronics engineer at JPL, said in a JPL "Crazy Engineering" video about the mission's claw. "It's used in space applications like the InSight grapple, but it's also [been] used for decades in things like our car thermostats and our appliances at home."

"InSight" is short for "Interior Exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat Transport." Data gathered by the lander on Mars should help researchers better understand the formation and evolution of rocky planets in general, NASA officials have said.

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NASA has successfully completed the final test to qualify Orion's space capsule's parachute system for flights with astronauts, ahead of its mission to send humans to the Moon and beyond, the US space agency said.

https://rxscience.org/nasas-orion-aces-final-parachute-test-ahead-of-moon-mission/
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When Pokemon Let’s Go Eevee and Pikachu released, the Nintendo NY store held a midnight launch Treehouse demo event to mark the occasion. YouTuber KirbyGCN17 attended the event, and as usual, Kirby recorded some footage of the festivities for fans to see.…
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Nintendo should continue to embrace film - Nintendo Enthusiast https://www.nintendoenthusiast.com/2018/11/15/nintendo-film/
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5 Things Your Blood Type Says About Your Health

Your blood type could raise or lower your risk for certain diseases. Learn how type A, B, AB, or O could impact your long term health.

https://health-zone.org/5-things-blood-type-says-health/
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