Israel plans first lunar space mission in December


An Israeli organisation announced plans Tuesday to launch the country’s first spacecraft to the moon in December,

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An Israeli organisation announced plans Tuesday to launch the country’s first spacecraft to the moon in December, with hopes of burnishing Israel’s reputation as a small nation with otherworldly high-tech ambitions.

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Israel plans first lunar space mission in December

An Israeli organisation announced plans Tuesday to launch the country’s first spacecraft to the moon in December, with hopes of burnishing Israel’s reputation as a small nation with otherworldly high-tech ambitions. The unmanned spacecraft, shaped like a pod and weighing some 585 kilogrammes (1,300 pounds) at launch, will land on the moon on February 13, 2019 if all goes according to plan, organisers SpaceIL told journalists.

It will be launched via a rocket from American entrepreneur Elon Musk’s SpaceX firm and its mission will include research on the moon’s magnetic field.

Fall 2018 Announcements: SF, Fantasy & Horror

Everything old is new again as descendants of legendary authors reboot, revisit, and reimagine their predecessors’ works, and long-running series get sequels and prequels.

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Rice returns to the series that made her name with a new novel of Prince Lestat reminiscing about his early years and how he came to rule the vampire world.

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Stoker, assisted by novelist Barker, entertainingly novelizes the origin story of Dracula, suggesting that it was based on Bram Stoker’s personal experiences with a terrifying supernatural entity.

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What is the Epic browser (and what makes it different)?

Because Epic’s developers need to have the final code of a Chromium version before they can begin to layer the Epic-specific components atop the open-source framework, they’re usually behind Google.

Epic runs all search requests through a baked-in proxy service ‘ actually an integrated VPN (virtual private network) ‘ that Hidden Reflex itself operates. That means search engines can’t sniff out the user’s real IP address, and so can’t track the user by that address.

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Epic blocks all ads as well as a host of ad trackers and tracking techniques that attempt to follow users through their online sojourns or identify them as narrowly as possible. The blocked trackers include sneaky scripts and other techniques used to “fingerprint” users.

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GE Shifts Focus From Health to Power, Jet Engines

Jun.26 — General Electric Co. is planning to spin off its health-care business into a standalone company and divest its stake in Baker Hughes. Bloomberg Intelligence’s Karen Ubelhart reports on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas.”

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