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How Far We Are

“How far we are!” he sighed.
“From what?”
“From ourselves,” said the Bishop. “Does it seem reasonable to you that a man should need up to a year to learn he is an orphan?” And since there was no answer, he confessed to his homesickness: “The very idea that they have already slept tonight in Spain fills me with terror.” 46 more words


Masar's Derby win a family affair

One very happy team of @godolphin blue, and a rather sleepy looking Masar 🏆 pic.twitter.com/l7EGDnFBIp

— EpsomDownsRacecourse (@EpsomRacecourse) June 4, 2018

Beforehand, seemingly few professionals gave Masar much of a chance in the Derby.

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Brexit and the EU Space Industry: The Galileo Conundrum

By Stefania Paladini, Centre for Brexit Studies

If there is any area where Brexit is provoking many discussions and disagreements among EU countries, only a few are as potentially harmful as the ongoing quarrel about Galileo. 718 more words


Won't let us play with your multi-billion dollar satellite system? We'll build our own!

The UK chancellor Philip Hammond has announced that if the European Union refuse the UK access to the Galileo satellite navigation system, the UK will create its own system – a move that will add billions more to the Brexit bill. 307 more words


Jupiter's moon Europa has the solar system's best chance to support life

New information came to light from the data collected during an old NASA mission. The Galileo unmanned spacecraft was launched in 1989 to study Jupiter and its moons. 343 more words

Alien Life

Jupiter’s vast cyclones and is there life on Europa?

Back when I first started this blog, the opening post was about Pluto and the New Horizons probe that showed us incredible images of the heart-shaped ice sheet. 438 more words