Chinese rocket companies are making further preparations for launch

With a succession of agreements, engine testing, and launch vehicle deliveries, a number of Chinese launch companies have taken moves toward achieving their objectives recently. Wenchang International Aerospace City and Beijing-centered iSpace, the very first Chinese private business to deploy a satellite into orbit, inked a collaboration framework agreement on November 8 for cooperative planning of large commercial… Continue reading Chinese rocket companies are making further preparations for launch

As it files an application for a satellite constellation, Astra says its focus is on launch

Astra Space officials indicated that their near-term priority remains on refining their launch capabilities, a week after filing an application with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for a constellation of over 13,000 satellites. Astra’s third-quarter financial results were revealed on November 11th, revealing an estimated net loss of about $34.5 million for the quarter as well as $72.4… Continue reading As it files an application for a satellite constellation, Astra says its focus is on launch

What number of solar panels do I require? Is it true that solar saves me money?

The way we produce electricity is changing all around the country: coal plants are being phased out as alternatives like wind and solar come online. This is happening right now in Indiana. There is a massive solar farm heading to northwest Indiana, which will be the country’s largest. It will cover 13,000 acres and include… Continue reading What number of solar panels do I require? Is it true that solar saves me money?

On the Virginia Commonwealth University campus, new electric vehicle charging stations increase charging capacity

Virginia Commonwealth University has installed extra electric vehicle charging stations to parking lots on its Monroe Park as well as MCV campuses as part of its continuous efforts to reduce carbon emissions. The university has for several years had four charging stations for several years, two on each campus, but Josh Stone, VCU’s director in charge… Continue reading On the Virginia Commonwealth University campus, new electric vehicle charging stations increase charging capacity

City Of Paulo To Start 18th Booster Dose For COVID

The city of Paulo will start this Thursday (18th) to apply the booster dose of the Covid-19 vaccine in people over 18 years old, with an interval of five months after the complete vaccination schedule. According to the municipal secretary of Health, Edson Aparecido, the new stage of vaccination will follow the same scheme announced… Continue reading City Of Paulo To Start 18th Booster Dose For COVID

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Recall 5 Air Accidents Involving Brazilian Personalities

The accident that took the life of singer Marília Mendonça and 4 other victims just over a week ago last 5th is no exception among Brazilian personalities Check out five other accidents involving public figures that ended with tragic deaths or only minor injuries Check out the causes and results of the most recent investigations.… Continue reading Recall 5 Air Accidents Involving Brazilian Personalities

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IMF Report Says World Average will be 5.9% Expansion by 2021

Economy minister Paulo Guedes said this Monday 15th at the Invest in Brazil Forum in Dubai United Arab Emirates that Brazil will grow 55 in 2021 above the world average But according to the latest report by the IMF International Monetary Fund the world average of growth in 2021 should be 59 therefore above the… Continue reading IMF Report Says World Average will be 5.9% Expansion by 2021

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Climate Commitments Still Fall Short

Greenhouse gas concentrations reached a new record in 2020. On October 25, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) indicated that “the abundance of heat-trapping greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. Once again reached a new record on last year, and the annual growth rate registered was higher than the average for the period 2011-2020 “. According to… Continue reading Climate Commitments Still Fall Short

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AstraZeneca Sells Two Almirall Drugs For 233 Million

AstraZeneca gets rid of two drugs purchased from Almirall seven years ago. The British pharmaceutical company has sold the drugs Eklira and Duaklir to Covis for 233 million euros to be marketed worldwide. Both drugs, indicated for COPD, require for their administration a device that the Spanish company also sold to AstraZeneca: Genuair. The deal… Continue reading AstraZeneca Sells Two Almirall Drugs For 233 Million

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Mercadona Recovers One Of Its Successes For Breakfast

Mercadona continues to expand its product catalog with one of the most traditional breakfasts in Spain, churros. Thus, the Valencian company brings a gluten-free product to homes that can be made in a matter of minutes and with ease. The company has included in its novelties section a pack of eight frozen gluten-free and lactose-free… Continue reading Mercadona Recovers One Of Its Successes For Breakfast

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