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Research Fly to the Moon with the CEO of ZOZO
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The last time astronauts orbited-not landed-on the moon was during the Apollo 13 mission in 1970. I want to share this experience and things. Maezawa has not yet chosen the artists who will accompany him and will be looking at top candidates from a wide range of disciplines, including painters, musicians, fashion designer, photographers, filmmakers, and architects.

Research Hurricane Florence’s death toll rises as floodwaters overwhelm region
Author: 0 Hurricane Florence’s death toll rises as floodwaters overwhelm region

One person was killed when Florence spawned at least 16 tornadoes on Monday in Virginia, where dozens of buildings were destroyed, the National Weather Service reported . Roads are being cleared and the landfill is open to accept storm refuse. The sheer amount of water has caused rivers to overflow their banks, making roads impassable and flooding entire neighborhoods, leaving hundreds of thousands trapped.

Research Storm Florence: The impact in numbers
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Florence was moving west-southwest at about 5 miles per hour (7 km/h), with its center located over eastern SC. "If those shelters fill up, we will establish more shelters", Cooper said. As the remnants of the storm begin to accelerate, it is expected to spark heavy rainfall and renewed flood risks in areas from southern Virginia into the Appalachians, meteorologists warn.

Research In US beach resort, residents seek shelter from the storm
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The outer bands of the cyclone drenched the Carolinas on Thursday, flooding roads and knocking out power in an ominous glimpse of the damage it could inflict when it makes landfall on Friday. Millions were expected to lose power from the storm and restoration could take weeks. Of those who left, more than 4,000 had sought housing at emergency shelters across the state.

Research Hurricane Florence starts battering US East Coast
Author: 0 Hurricane Florence starts battering US East Coast

Several million people could lose power by the time Florence sloshes its way through the state. More than 80,000 people were already without power as the storm began buffeting the coast, and more than 12,000 were in shelters. "Corn harvest ranges 75 percent in the east to just beginning in the west", said Steve Troxler, the state's agricultural commissioner. We probably will be getting heavy winds and rain for the next few days.

Research Over 722,000 without power as Florence batters Carolinas
Author: 0 Over 722,000 without power as Florence batters Carolinas

The North Carolina State Highway Patrol says that as the hurricane hit the coast overnight, officers "responded to 108 calls for service and 30 collisions". By early afternoon, Florence's winds had weakened to 75 miles per hour, just barely a hurricane and well below the storm's terrifying Category 4 peak of 140 miles per hour earlier in the week.

Research Hurricane Florence Pounds the Carolinas as it Nears Landfall
Author: 0 Hurricane Florence Pounds the Carolinas as it Nears Landfall

Hurricane Florence is set to inundate nearly all of North Carolina in several feet of water, State Governor Roy Cooper told a news conference, while National Weather Service forecaster Brandon Locklear predicted up to eight months' worth of rain in two or three days.

Research Hurricane Florence may hit North Carolina
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Louis; or from Los Angeles to San Francisco. SC announced that Saturday's game against Marshall scheduled for Williams-Brice Stadium in Columbia has been canceled due to the potential impact of Hurricane Florence . "Rail cars with vehicles destined for export from Charleston have been diverted to secure holding areas until the storm passes", BMW spokesman Kenn Sparks said.

Research USA hurricane could kill 'a lot of people'
Author: 0 USA hurricane could kill 'a lot of people'

Forecasters warned that drenching rains of anywhere from 1 to 3½ feet as the storm crawls westward across North and SC could trigger epic flooding well inland over the next few days. "It's getting late to evacuate", said South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster. In South Carolina, officials urged residents to prepare for wind, rain, extended power outages, downed trees and even potential mudslides as the storm hovers over the state and dumps millions of gallons of rainwater, as Hurricane ...

Research Hurricane Florence Rocks Wooden Pier in Nags Head
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More than one million people had been ordered to evacuate the coasts of North and SC and Virginia and thousands moved to emergency shelters, officials said. "The combination of a risky storm surge and the tide will cause normally dry areas near the coast to be flooded by rising waters moving inland from the shoreline", according to the National Hurricane Center .

Research Hurricane Florence looks absolutely wild from the International Space Station
Author: 0 Hurricane Florence looks absolutely wild from the International Space Station

To show the size and power of the storm, a number of photos taken Monday from the International Space Station and astronaut Ricky Arnold show Florence's girth as the storm churns across the Atlantic Ocean. "The crew of @Space_Station is thinking of those who will be affected". "It's chilling, even from space", tweeted German astronaut Alexander Gerst, who is aboard the space station.

Research Hurricane Florence strengthens to Category 4
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Parts of the southeastern coast that are not under hurricane warnings are under tropical storm or storm surge warnings, meaning life-threatening floods are possible. "This storm is going to be a direct hit". While some of the computer forecasting models conflicted, the latest projections more or less showed the storm shifting southward and westward in a way that suddenly put more of SC in danger and imperilled Georgia, too.

Research Hurricane Florence top winds dip to 130 miles per hour
Author: 0 Hurricane Florence top winds dip to 130 miles per hour

The office of Virginia Governor Ralph Northam predicted "catastrophic inland flooding, high winds and possible widespread power outages". "Florence is quickly becoming a powerful hurricane ", hurricane specialist Eric Blake wrote. "This is the craziest one". A year ago, people would have laughed off such a forecast, but the European model was accurate in predicting 60 inches of rain for Hurricane Harvey in the Houston area, so "you start to wonder what these models know that we don't", ...

Research Florence upgraded to hurricane, could threaten East Coast this week
Author: 0 Florence upgraded to hurricane, could threaten East Coast this week

The hurricane center warned that "swells generated by Florence are affecting Bermuda and will reach portions of the U.S. East Coast over the weekend". It should become a hurricane later Saturday as its winds increase above 74 miles per hour. Florence could begin to batter parts of the US East Coast this weekend as the storm swirls across the Atlantic, according to forecasters at the National Hurricane Center .

Research 'Mob rule' rocks US Senate hearing for judge
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Clinton tweeted Wednesday, as the judge prepared for his first questions at the Senate Judiciary Committee. Democrats raised objections from the moment Chairman Chuck Grassley gaveled the committee to order. "Did someone tell you to say that?" The Supreme Court is more often thought of as nine separate judges, rather than a team. But the Democratic frustrations that boiled over on September 4 had been simmering for more than two years.

Research Heat not going away; spotty rain chances this week
Author: 0 Heat not going away; spotty rain chances this week

The center says Gordon will bring heavy rainfall to southwest Alabama, southern and central MS, southeastern and northeastern Louisiana and southeast Arkansas through late Thursdays. Miami Beach Police said via Twitter that the Labor Day holiday was "NOT a beach day", with rough surf and potential rip currents. Tornadoes are possible throughout Monday night across the southern and west-central Florida Peninsula.

Research Tropical Storm Gordon lashes south Florida as it heads toward Gulf Coast
Author: 0 Tropical Storm Gordon lashes south Florida as it heads toward Gulf Coast

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA- The 5 p.m. advisory is out from the National Hurricane Center on Potential Tropical cyclone 7 and Brevard county could see heavy rains from the passing system through Tuesday. Gordon, the Atlantic's seventh storm, could graze the eastern edge of the off-shore oil and natural gas platforms. It added, "Tides above normal can be expected Monday through midweek".

Research California Assembly passes net neutrality bill
Author: 0 California Assembly passes net neutrality bill

California lawmakers on Friday passed a Bill that would guarantee full and equal access to the internet - a principle known as net neutrality - in the biggest pushback yet to the federal government's rollback of rules past year. "ISPs have tried hard to gut and kill this bill, pouring money and robocalls into California", said Katharine Trendacosta, policy analyst for Electronic Frontier Foundation , in a letter to supporters after the Assembly vote.

Research YouTube Personality Trevor 'McSkillet' Heitmann Dies in Car Crash
Author: 0 YouTube Personality Trevor 'McSkillet' Heitmann Dies in Car Crash

What is known is this: Heitmann smashed his McLaren sports auto into another vehicle Thursday afternoon, killing a woman and her 12-year-old daughter. Heitmann is popular on YouTube , and has close to 900,000 subscribers on his channel. Friends of the YouTuber online said on social media that he had been struggling with his mental health before Thursday's accident.

Research Trump administration moves to relax coal pollution rules
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Trump will join supporters in Charleston, West Virginia, for a political rally on Tuesday to celebrate his administration's proposal to allow states to set their own emissions standards for coal-fueled power plants. The EPA forecasts these extra deaths due to the cocktail of harmful chemicals that coal plants belch out during operation. Trump's acting replacement for Pruitt, Andrew Wheeler, is a former coal lobbyist .

Research New storm forms over Atlantic; no threat to Jamaica
Author: 0 New storm forms over Atlantic; no threat to Jamaica

Aside from Ernesto, there are no other noteworthy disturbances in the Atlantic basin, and additional tropical system formation is not anticipated through the end of this week. This system has that "subtropical" designation because it lacks all of the characteristics of a pure tropical system. Ernesto is the fifth named storm of the 2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season .