Report: Dubai ‘jetman’ didn’t deploy chute in fatal crash | WGN Radio 720

by: JON GAMBRELL, Associated Press Posted: Apr 15, 2021 / 02:34 AM CDT / Updated: Apr 15, 2021 / 03:21 AM CDT FILE – In this May 12, 2015, file photo, former Swiss pilot Yves Rossy, known as a “jetman,” right, and his protege Vincent Reffet, prepare for a fly in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. …

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Famous fast radio burst FRB20180916B just barely lets itself be captured

Artistic view of LOFAR’s so-called Superterp in Drenthe, the Netherlands, where low frequency radio waves from the fast radio burst FRB20180916B were captured. The FRB is located in a spiral galaxy 500 million light years from Earth. Credit: Daniëlle Futselaar/ASTRON/HST Two international teams of astronomers (with significant Dutch involvement) have published two scientific papers with …

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Global Base Station Antennas Market 2020-2028 Financial Insights Business Growth Strategies with Top Key Players: Ericsson Inc, Panorama Antennas Ltd, Amphenol Corporation, Bird Technologies Group Inc, Ace Technologies Corporation – KSU

A recent research study on the global Base Station Antennas market presented by Zeal Insider offers a detailed analysis of key market players, market revenue, market segments, share, and geographic regions. It also offers several industry trends and predictions for upcoming Eight years. The report also puts light on the current COVID-19 pandemic situations on …

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Telescopes unite in unprecedented observations of famous black hole

In April 2019, scientists released the first image of a black hole in galaxy M87 using the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT). However, that remarkable achievement was just the beginning of the science story to be told. Data from 19 observatories released today promise to give unparalleled insight into this black hole and the system it …

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Flag sparks controversy in Geraldine | Free Share

What’s the proper balance between public decorum and personal free speech?  That’s just one of the questions people in Geraldine have been discussing since a resident started flying a flag containing a message many have found to be offensive. Hanging from a tall radio antenna on private property bordering the Geraldine Town Park, a flag …

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Budget 2021: Square Kilometre Array scores AU$387 million

An artist’s impression of the SKA at night Image: SKA Prime Minister Scott Morrison has made a AU$387 million pledge to meet Australia’s commitments to co-host the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) Observatory.  The SKA project is an international effort to build the world’s largest radio telescope, which will eventually have over a square kilometre of …

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PM spruiks radio telescope project in WA | Wellington Times

Prime Minister Scott Morrison says his government’s $387 million investment in the world’s largest radio telescope will put Australia at the cutting edge of science and technology research and create hundreds of jobs. The investment will help build part of the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) radio telescope in Western Australia’s Murchison region. It will create …

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PM spruiks radio telescope project in WA | The Islander

Prime Minister Scott Morrison says his government’s $387 million investment in the world’s largest radio telescope will put Australia at the cutting edge of science and technology research and create hundreds of jobs. The investment will help build part of the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) radio telescope in Western Australia’s Murchison region. It will create …

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Childers Donate $250,000 to SFCC’s Capital Campaign

The State Fair Community College Foundation recently received $250,000 from Russell and Julie Childers for its capital campaign to help build the Olen Howard Workforce Innovation Center. The new building will expand the college’s capacity to meet the growing demand for technical workforce training and strengthen the communities it serves. The Childers are owners of …

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