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· Transcript: Into an American Uprising: Can You Hear Us Now? →
We just sent somebody to the Moon again.
· The False Hope of an American Rocket Launch →
NASA officials have spent months hyping the mission as a bright spot in dark times, and pointed to other milestones still to come: Under President Donald Trump, the United States is working to send Americans to the moon again in less than four years.
The China Post
· AP report raises concerns about China and WHO; China denies →
Suerie Moon, a global health academic at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva, called the AP report “a huge public service in uncovering what happened in January.”
· Space Force is an astonishingly bad show →
The show follows General Mark Naird (Carell), the newly minted chief of space operations, as he tries to make the completely harebrained notion of putting the armed forces on the moon a reality.
· Sound and silence: The enduring wisdom of “Haroun and the Sea of Stories” →
Determined to restore his father’s creative ability, Haroun travels to a hidden moon called Kahani (Hindi for “story”), which is covered with an ocean of stories, each tale a fluid strand of colour that can intermingle with others to create new ones.
· A rocket launch can’t unite us until the space world acknowledges our divisions →
That mission, the first to reach the vicinity of the Moon, launched in 1968, a year that mirrors 2020 in its apocalyptic bleakness.
· Watch: The Vox Book Club talks The Secret History’s class politics with Nicole Cliffe →
I’ve always wondered, because obviously Sherlock Holmes is a big deal in here, I have always wondered about that moment in the BBC Sherlock when it turns out that Sherlock as Benedict Cumberbatch does not know about the moon landing.
· Covid-19: WHO warns of pressure on Latin American health systems →
“We are overwhelmed, over the moon, so excited.
· My lockdown fantasy: I wish I was back in the bustling, mind-blowing beauty of Phnom Penh →
Since 2005, the architect-run firm has been producing illuminating titles on some of the world’s lesser-trodden architectural hotspots, from Astana to Pyongyang, Wrocław to Yerevan – and even the moon.
· Covid effect: No lion census, only observation activity this week in Gujarat →
“On every full moon day, we ask the forest department personnel to observe lions in the areas assigned to the staff.