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With the flight models of the #CHEOPS spacecraft and telescope maturing, crucial tests can now be run with real hardware in place of simulations. The latest such tests involved operating the payload with the Mission Control System to test and validate real operational command sequences.

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'preciate +Robert Partridge hookin' me up with a tee shirt order pretty much ON THE SPOT. Lol! Be sure to check out his gallery below.

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NFL's notorious catch rule resurfaces in decisive moment. Will it ever be changed?

Does it surprise anyone that the always-confounding issue of what is a legal catch in the NFL and what isn't might have pretty much determined the outcome of the tumultuous 2017 season?

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Quality of sleep matters a lot. https://n.pr/2okx9vY

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Star Wars Sound Architect Ben Burtt Finds Himself in the Outer Rim http://vntyfr.com/aBpFGmU

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How Our Brains Inhibit Our Unwanted Thoughts

https://www.technologynetworks.com/neuroscience/news/brain-mechanism-that-inhibits-unwanted-memories-uncovered-293915

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Talon for Twitter - v7.0.0

New version is available to everyone now! I put up a new version to the beta channel this morning. I think it will only live in beta for a few hours, just to make sure there aren't any massive crashes. I will aim to push it to production later this morning.

The big change for this version is the inclusion of a new design for the timeline! Check out the details and notes, here: https://blog.klinkerapps.com/upgrading-your-twitter-timeline/

You can enable the Timeline Style Tweet Layout from the App Style section of settings. It isn't going to be for everyone. If you like the compact layout, chances are very high that you will hate this one.

If you do like it, enjoy!

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The Game of Thrones Strategy to Avoid Final Season Spoilers Is Even Crazier Than We Thought http://vntyfr.com/34nWyWN

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Google Play Store Testing Video and Slideshow Previews for Recommended Apps

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Huawei MediaPad M5 May Launch in January with 8.4″ Screen, Kirin 960, and Android Oreo - For the most part, the popularity of Android tablets has been dwindling. The current situation is that premium Android tablets are a dying breed. Although some smaller Android tablets still exist, they have mostly been replaced by 5.5-inch and above smartphones. In the premium price bracket, Samsung has continued to release high-end tablets, but the company has few competitors at this point. One of them...

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“Fake news” is probably one of the most recognizable terms to come out of 2017, and Google has certainly had to work to prevent illegitimate sources from showing in search results. Especially in the case of tragedies, Google’s news results this year have…

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Slowest sunsets around solstices - Peter Lowenstein in Mutare, Zimbabwe captured this beautiful sunset on December 16, 2017, a few days before the December solstice – his summer solstice. Here’s a natural phenomenon you might never have imagined. That is, the sun actually sets more slowly around the time of a solstice. The slowest sunsets (and sunrises) occur at or near the solstices. The fastest sunsets (and sunrises) occur at or near the equinoxes. This is true whether you live in the Nor...

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Don't rush this phone Samsung

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The Perfect Star Wars Gift for Every Room of the House http://vult.re/2BGYyh0

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What do you make of these price tags? Will it be worth it?

#android #news #honor #smartphones #gadgets

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The quality of your diet has been directly linked to the health and optimal functioning of your brain. These six types of foods can have a negative impact on your brain.

http://www.thehealthypage.com/6-worst-foods-hurting-brain/

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Fillmore, CA, Train Station

From here you can go everywhere.

ENJOY

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The end of a season

Fungus, unknown species

Svartskog, Norway

This autumn has been the most amazing when it comes to mushroom diversity and numbers, but in the first week of November I found only inconspicuous and to me unknown species.

This one I found amongst the lichen and moss on the western slopes near the ocean where the very low hanging November sun still was able to warm the ground on its way towards the horizon. In summer this location would dry up quickly in the sun and there would be no sign of fungi.

Image Copyright © 2017 +Morten Ross
Image Capture Date: 07 November 2017 13:33
Altitude: 3 meters

#fungus #mushroom #autumn #svartskog

#hqspmacro +HQSP Macro
#BTPMacroPro +BTP Macro Pro
#BTPMacroPro - +BTP Macro Pro , owned by +Nancy Dempsey , curated by +Kenny Jones

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St James Station - Sydney

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More dead commenters appear to come out against Net Neutrality

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Quite a useful article on "cyberpsychology", although I think it might give more space to the positive dimensions of on-line interactions eg in education and moocs https://www.coursera.org/learn/introduction-psych https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/mental-health-and-well-being

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Happy Anniversary to me! Three days until returning Sun.

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Is it acceptable to use a brain scan to read a person's mind?

Using brain scans to see what a person is thinking? There's still a long way to go, but technologies for 'reading' the mind are developing fast. Could the use of such technology create privacy concerns? Giulio Mecacci and Pim Haselager of Radboud University propose five criteria that might help ethicists and policy makers to assess the potential implications of brain-reading technology. Their paper will soon appear in Science and Engineering Ethics. Using technologies such as functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) and electroencephalogram (EEG), researchers collect information about a person's brain activity. Thoughts can be associated to certain patterns of brain activity. By training an algorithm to recognize these associations, a person's thoughts can be inferred from their brain activity. In other words: to a certain extent, a person's mind can be read. Are your thoughts still your own? Such 'brain-reading' techniques can be used for a number of purposes. For 'locked-in' patients, for example, who are completely conscious, but have absolutely no control over their bodies any more. However, such applications also raise questions for society. Are your thoughts still your own? And can you be held responsible for your thoughts, for example in court? Mecacci and Haselager suggest that in order to assess these ethical and legal issues, a framework is needed.

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Bitcoin due for a correction? The PRICE Futures Group's Phil Flynn on the future of bitcoin. owl.li/jZna30hiB1O @MorningsMaria @FoxBusiness

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If ever a tvOS app was likely to prove a hit, it was Amazon Prime Video. Apple TV owners have had a very long time to wait for it to arrive on the platform, Apple promised it in more than one event, and when it finally did land, Apple heavily promoted it.…

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Amazon’s latest Echos show the smart home space hitting its stride

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Because some people's kids are just... and this woman ran for national office???

SMH #blameitonobama

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Tom Brady, Patriots to visit Soldier Field as Bears' 2018 opponents are set

Much remains up in the air about the Bears’ future, but at least they know who they will be playing next year.

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Three crew members representing the United States, Russia and Japan are on their way to the International Space Station after launching from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan at 2:21 a.m. EST Sunday (1:21 p.m. Baikonur time).

The Soyuz spacecraft carrying NASA’s Scott Tingle, Anton Shkaplerov of the Russian space agency Roscosmos, and Norishige Kanai of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency is scheduled to dock to the space station’s Rassvet module at 3:43 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 19. Coverage of docking will begin at 3 a.m. on NASA Television and the agency’s website, followed at 5 a.m. by coverage of the opening of hatches between the spacecraft and station.

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How fungi helped create life as we know it - Today our world is visually dominated by animals and plants, but this world would not have been possible without fungi, say University of Leeds scientists.

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#GoogleAssistant peut désormais se synchroniser avec des "Smart Home Devices"
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