SpaceX’s colossal Starship spacecraft exploded during its second major test flight on ...
Quick Glance: SpaceX Starship Launch: Loss and Progress
- Successful launch of SpaceX mega rocket Starship in Boca Chica, USA.
- Starship rocket lost after eight minutes following second launch.
- Image caption: Starship set to bring humans to the Moon for the first time since 1972.
- This SpaceX rocket will be crucial for Nasa’s Artemis program to return humans to the Moon.
Sex After Transitioning Taught Me How Bad Men Are at Pleasuring Women: After Charlie Craggs started presenting as a woman full-time, she began having sex with ...
Quick Glance: Twitter Successor X: Musk Insults Defecting Advertisers
- Elon Musk lashes out at major advertisers who have withdrawn from X.
- Musk warns that a boycott by advertisers will kill X (formerly Twitter).
- Musk emphasizes that he is not an antisemite and that the visit to Israel was unrelated to the controversy surrounding his X post.
Scientists say the black hole at the centre of our galaxy is altering space-time itself
Quick Glance: James Webb Telescope live updates: NASA releases photos that reveal cosmic secrets
- NASA has released the first photographs from the new James Webb Space Telescope, including some dating back 13 billion years.
- The final image, the Carina Nebula's cosmic cliffs, reveals for the first time hundreds of stars that were previously hidden from view.
- The Carina Nebula image provides a unique look of stars in their early, fast stages of creation.
- The Carina Nebula is a star-forming region within our own Milky Way galaxy that is rather close (in space terms).
Bild TV: Axel Springer discontinues television channel: The tabloid brand "Bild" will cease broadcasting its linear TV program of the same name at the end of the ...
Quick Glance: Bild TV to Cease
- The TV channel will end its linear program by the end of the year.
- The broadcasting license will be returned.
Quick Glance: North Korea Admits Opposition Votes in Elections
- The internationally isolated North Korea has for the first time in over 50 years allowed votes for the opposition in regional elections.
- Voter turnout in North Korea is typically over 99 percent.
- A diplomat from the South Korean Ministry of Unification confirmed the first official acknowledgment of opposition votes since the 1960s.
Quick Glance: North Korea Criticizes Critics, Hints at More Satellite Launches
- North Korea claims it launched the first spy satellite.
- The United States and nine other countries criticized North Korea for launching a space booster using ballistic missile technology.
Top athlete Oscar Pistorius is at the peak of his career in 2013. Then he shoots his girlfriend ...
Shot his girlfriend
Quick Glance: Oscar Pistorius Seeks Parole Again
- Oscar Pistorius, former South African Paralympic star, was jailed in 2014 for the murder of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp and has a chance for early release now.
- A spokesperson for the South African Department of Justice said a parole board will review Pistorius' case at a hearing on Friday to decide whether he should be released on parole.
- Pistorius' lawyer Conrad Dormehl told Reuters the hearing will take place at the Atteridgeville Correctional Centre near the capital Pretoria but declined to comment on their expectations from the hearing.
Quick Glance: Is North Korea Monitoring the White House?
- Image shows Kim Jong Un with his daughter and scientists who worked on the satellite launch.
- State media reports list the White House, Pentagon, and air force bases as targets, but doubts remain about the functionality of the North's satellite.
- The North has not released the pictures it claims to be receiving, and experts point out the country's history of lying.
- The US, South Korea, and Japan confirm the satellite's orbit, but there are doubts about its actual functionality.
Maps: Tracking the Attacks in Israel and Gaza: Half of all buildings in northern Gaza are damaged or destroyed, according to satellite analysis estimates.
NASA Tests Record-Breaking Laser Communicator on Psyche Spacecraft: For the first time, NASA has used lasers to transmit data from beyond the moon.
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