Shanghai Astronomical Museum publishes its awards

People will be able to purchase tickets for the Shanghai Astronomical Museum, which will soon open from Monday. The museum, known as the largest in the world, will officially open its doors to the public on July 18. Visiting hours are 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday to Sunday. But …

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Tatler’s weekly horoscope: week of July 11 to 17

By Tatler Hong Kong July 11, 2021 Healing energies and open heart conversations are the themes for this week as Venus catches up to Mars. Here is Tatler’s weekly horoscope for the week of July 11 to 17. Newsletters Sign up for our newsletters to receive all of our best …

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Revelation cereal contains toys for fighting cats

Masters of the Universe: Revelation goes into the ’80s by getting your own cereal with a Battle Cat toy included in each package. Masters of the Universe: Revelation gets its own cereal with a Battle Cat toy included in each box. The battle to save Eternia begins when Netflix launches …

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ISRO and CII organize international space conference

Chennai, July 10 (IANS) The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) in association with the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), NewSpace India Limited (NSIL) and Antrix Corporation Ltd will organize an international space conference and exhibition of the September 13 to October 4, 2021. The theme of the digital conference and …

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Japanese Sumitomo buys Fullerton India for 19,000 crore

MUMBAI: Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group, the world’s largest Japanese-based financial firm, acquires Fullerton India, the Indian non-bank financial arm of Singapore-based Fullerton Financial, for approximately $ 2.6 billion, or nearly 19,300 crore of rupees. It is the largest Japanese takeover in the Indian financial services space. In addition, this is …

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Dark birthplace could explain Jupiter’s strange chemistry

Jupiter may have formed in a shadow that kept the planet’s birthplace cooler than Pluto. The freezing temperature could explain the unusual abundance of certain gases in the giant world, suggests a new study. Jupiter is composed primarily of hydrogen and helium, which were the most common elements in the …

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Guns N Roses return to Mexico

The group has three dates scheduled for October 2021 Guns N ‘Roses returns to Mexico in October for three shows. GNR will perform in Guadalajara on October 7, in Merida on October 9 and in Monterrey on October 12. A presale for members of the Nightrain fan club begins July …

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Ask Dr. Universe: How are mountains formed?

Washington State University Dr Universe: How are mountains formed? – Zane, 8 years old Dear Zane, When you walk on earth, you are walking on the rocky crust of the Earth. Under the crust is another thick layer of rock. These layers form the Earth’s tectonic plates, and when these …

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Police beat: June 26 to July 2

BYU Intrusion June 29 – Five people were seen jumping the fence at LaVell Edwards Stadium. The intruders were gone when the police arrived. Provo Flight June 26 – A bicycle was reported stolen near 600 North and 500 East. June 26 – Vehicle parts were reported stolen near 600 …

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Do you really need all that office space?

Even though vaccination rates grow, companies still don’t know when, how – and in some cases, if – workers will return to their pre-Covid office routines. Google data shows this workplace activity in London, New York and San Francisco is at half of what it was before the pandemic. June …

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Pluto will bring the fundamental transformation America needs

Pluto represents the energy of transformation. He can focus on the lowest elements of human nature such as lust, betrayal, manipulative secrecy, and unbridled power. As an agent of transformation, it can also provide a process by which we can eliminate these behavioral patterns and raise our consciousness. Ultimately, by …

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A giant comet will receive Earth in 2031

There is a surprising guest in the solar system: it is the giant comet Bernardinelli-Bernstein 2014 UN271, which has just been discovered by astronomers at Penn State University in images collected between 2014 and 2018 by the Chilean Dark Telescope. Energy Survey. The diameter of this star is estimated at …

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Pent-up demand to help micro-lenders: CEO of Northern Arc

Northern Arc Capital, a lender focused on last mile finance, expects demand for microloans, especially in the MSME sector, to rebound after second wave of covid, CEO and Managing Director Kshama said Fernandes. Fernandes added that the recent policy direction from the central bank where it proposed to remove the …

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A colossal comet never seen before marching towards the sun

Comet Bernardinelli-Bernstein takes 5.5 million years to complete its orbit. (Image credit: NASA JPL) A new visitor passes through the solar system: a never-before-seen comet that comes from the Oort Cloud. The alien object was just named a comet on Wednesday (June 23), just a week after astronomers first observed …

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A new album creates a sound journey through our cosmos

A new free online album takes listeners on a cosmic and sonic journey through space, including past two giant planets in our solar system, a galactic pulsar, and colliding black holes. Celestial Incantations combines the mysterious “sounds of space” with a massive musical palette, comprising orchestral and traditional instruments and …

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Miss Universe Andrea Meza gets tested for HIV

Barely a month after being crowned Miss Universe in 2021 at the 69th annual pageant, Andrea Meza is already using the power of her crown to make a positive impact. To help highlight National HIV Testing Day on June 27, the former Miss Mexico performed a rapid HIV test at …

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Scorpio love compatibility with each sign of the zodiac

1) Scorpio – Aries In terms of love and romance, Aries and Scorpio are a good match. The two signs have very distinct personalities, but this works in their favor when it comes to love and marital compatibility, as each seeks a different aspect of their partner’s personality. The playful …

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UMaine Museums, astronomy center open to the public

The University of Maine’s Hudson Museum, Zillman Museum of Art, Page Farm and Home Museum, and Versant Power Astronomy Center have reopened to the public with updated health and safety guidelines in place; Face coverings are mandatory inside all university and museum buildings, regardless of vaccination status. The public can …

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Jansky scholarship 2021 awarded to Mexican astronomer

PICTURE: View of Dr Luis F. Rodriguez After Credit: NRAO / AUI / NSF Associated Universities, Inc. (AUI) and the National Radio Astronomical Observatory (NRAO) awarded the 2021 Karl G. Jansky Lecture Fellowship to Professor Luis F. Rodriguez of the National University of Mexico (UNAM). The Jansky Lectureship is an …

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Why I broke with queer astrology

The first date I had after moving to San Francisco in my twenties was with a woman I met on my first night in town. She sat down with me in the corner of a gay bar and quickly guessed that I was a Virgo. I didn’t know much about …

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Can agriculture help us adapt to climate change? These architects think so

Can agriculture help us adapt to climate change? These architects think so Future City Food Hub. Image courtesy of Chris Jones and Brian McCarthy Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp To post Or https://www.archdaily.com/963420/can-agritecture-help-us-adapt-to-climate-change-these-architects-think-so As the world’s population increases, the natural resources used to produce food are increasingly threatened by …

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Welcome to “astronomical” summer

It’s “officially” summer, “astronomically. Meteorologically, it’s June 1stst. In reality, it doesn’t matter much. The difference between spring and summer from an astronomical point of view is in March just at the spring equinox (March 20e, roughly), that was when the sun was pointing directly at the equator, so you …

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