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NASA has unveiled two new spacesuits tailored for astronauts to walk on the moon as it aims to return to the lunar surface by 2024. Two engineers wore the suits on stage at NASA's headquarters in Washington DC to reveal what the first zero-gravity outfits will look like under its Artemis moon programme. NASA wants to land humans on the moon by 2024, with plans to colonise there as a staging ground for eventual missions to Mars.
Barbados Today (Barbados) 10/18/2019 00:21
“Knowledge will forever govern ignorance, and a people who mean to be their own governors must arm themselves with the power which knowledge gives.” - James Madison. A retired United States Supreme Court Justice, David Souter, when asked what in retirement kept him awake in his native New England log cabin home, replied: “pervasive civic ignorance”. Speaking in 2012, in an eerily prescient comment at the University of New Hampshire that on reflection was harbinger of the Age of Trump, he said:. “What I worry about is, when problems are not addressed and the people do not know who is responsible … some one person will come forward and say, ‘Give me total power and I will solve this problem. “That is how the Roman Republic fell. “That is the wa.
Barbados Today (Barbados) 10/18/2019 00:17
As new technology continues to influence the way we go about our everyday activities, Barbados' premier technical and vocational training institution is predicting exciting times ahead as it strives to ensure that Barbadians are fully prepared to embrace the opportunities it will present. Speaking at the launch of an art exhibition featuring the work of the students at the Samuel Jackman Prescod Institute of Technology (SJPI) at the Courtney Blackman Grande Salle at the Tom Adams Financial Centre on Tuesday night, principal Ian Drakes said: "We are in the business of human resources, and through this exhibition our students are showing us what is possible, as we prepare them for the world of work or to become entrepreneurs". Drakes said pre.
Fiji Times (Fiji) 10/18/2019 00:16
MORE than 350,000 Australians visited Fiji last year. Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama said the visit arrivals were a huge opportunity in itself for investment in the tourism sector to augment different segments to capture the meetings, incentives, conferencing and exhibitions (MICE) market. “Our tourism sector is thriving; 365,000 Australians visited our shores in 2018 alone,” […]
The Thaiger (Thailand) 10/18/2019 00:16
As northern Thailand moves into the ‘cold season’ (well, cold for Thailand) and temperatures drop, national park officials are reporting an increase in visitor numbers. Whilst the temperature is cooling down on the local northern mountain tops, the ground level temperatures are still around 30 (forecast below). But later in December the temperatures sometime reach as […]. .
NEWS.com.au (Australia) 10/18/2019 00:15
After an action packed week, investors can expect a little more breathing space with a calmer week expected ahead. US earnings remain one of the big drivers for markets while a potential new Brexit deal will keep investors on their toes. Locally, the focus will be on quarterly updates, AGM’s and tech stocks.

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