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Hayabusa 2 has one Last Lander it?s Going to Throw at Ryugu

   21 Sep 00:00:07  |  Astronomy  |  Universe Today

JAXA recently released photos of their Hayabusa2 mission deploying target markers to the surface of the asteroid Ryugu.
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Labour left tries to ditch Tom Watson as deputy leader

   21 Sep 00:00:09  |  Business  |  Financial Times

Momentum manoeuvre alarms moderate MPs on eve of conference

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Justin Trudeau Fly Face Scandal Rocks Canada

   21 Sep 00:00:08  |  Comedy  |  The Spoof

BILLINGSGATE POST: Fly Face minstrelsy is an indigenous Canadian theatrical form intended as comic entertainment. Developed in the early 20th century, each show consisted of comic skits, dancing and musical performances that depicted people specific...

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20 People From Math Problems That You Probably Never Thought You?d See In Real Life

   21 Sep 00:00:05  |  Cure for Boredom  |  Bored Panda

Joe bought 500 apples for 1 dollar each and 400 bananas for 2 dollars each to make a huge fruit salad because he was feeling incredibly hungry that day. How much did Joe end up spending at the Incredibly Expensive Fruit Shop in total

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Animated Fish Swim in Mesmerizing Patterns in an Otherworldly Animated Music Video by Hideki Inaba

   21 Sep 00:00:03  |  Digital Design  |  ThisIsColossal

Directed by Hideki Inaba (previously), Tape is a new animated music video for the Swedish group Canigou. In the approximately five minute-long animation, fish, jellyfish, and abstract bubbles swim and float in transfixing patterns through a mysterious environment. The ambiguous setting, rendered largely in shades of blue and red, seems to be set on another planet. Inaba’s animation accompanies Canigou’s atmospheric electronic sounds, creating a complementary visual and sonic landscape experience. More

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Fuji Scraps 33mm f/1.0 Lens, Will Make a 50mm f/1.0 Instead

   21 Sep 00:00:15  |  Photography  |  Peta Pixel

The big news from Fujifilm’s X Summit was the development of the X-Pro3 rangefinder with its unique hidden LCD screen. But that’s not the only thing Fuji revealed in Tokyo today: the company also announced that it was scrapping plans for the previously announced 33mm f/1.0 in favor of a more compact 50mm f/1.0 lens. […]

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Gadget Lab Podcast: Your DNA Belongs on the Blockchain

   21 Sep 00:00:11  |  Technology  |  Wired

Guest Megan Molteni tells us about gene-sequencing startup Nebula, and how its privacy practices could positively impact the way we share personal information on the web.

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Fans Are Loving Apple Arcade

   21 Sep 00:00:10  |  Video Gaming  |  IGN

Apple Arcade launched yesterday, and fan reactions are overwhelmingly positive.

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Hopes for trade breakthrough fade as China cancels U.S. farm visits

   21 Sep 00:00:13  |  World News  |  Reuters

A U.S.-China trade deal appeared elusive on Friday after Chinese officials unexpectedly canceled a visit to farms in Montana and Nebraska as deputy trade negotiators wrapped up two days of negotiations in Washington.

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Rosetta Saw Collapsing Cliffs and Other Changes on 67P During its Mission

   21 Sep 00:00:06  |  Astronomy  |  Universe Today

It seems that comet 67P/Churyumov?Gerasimenko is not the stoic, unchanging Solar System traveller that it might seem to be. Scientists working through the vast warehouse of images from the Rosetta spacecraft have discovered there’s lots going on on 67P. Among the activity are collapsing cliffs and bouncing boulders. Rosetta spent almost two years at 67P, …
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