At Tod the Alpitour news on medium and long range destinations

From left, Francesco Buonomo, Stefano Bonacina, Fabio Torrisi, Daniela Lucchini, Andrea Chivilò and Andrea Cavagna “We are leaving. Now a tough marathon awaits us. The certainty, however, is that the market is not at a standstill. Others than us have indeed continued to move. And beyond the understandable regrets for our outgoing, this is good, … Read more

Rover’s pictures show long history of rivers flowing into Martian crater

Enlarge / The rocks of Kodiak Butte record a lot of the history of Jezero Crater. Normally, it takes some time for NASA’s Mars rovers to return scientific data. The instruments need to be calibrated and commissioned, and the rover needs to move off the landing site toward a piece of landscape with clear scientific … Read more

Research on the effects of a long stay in space. “Manifestations of changes in the brain”

The general negative impact of long-term space flights on the human body has been known for a long time – the recognized changes include: muscle atrophy, bone mass loss, deterioration of vision and altered intestinal bacterial flora. Now, brain tissue damage has started to be added to this list. In Russian men who have spent … Read more

Long bouts of space travel may harm astronauts’ brains

Prolonged stays in space appear to damage astronauts’ brains, a small, new study suggests. The researchers studied five Russian cosmonauts, mean age 49, who stayed on the International Space Station for an average of 5.5 months. Blood samples were taken from the cosmonauts 20 days before their departure to the ISS, and one day, one … Read more

Space flight takes turn toward accessibility at Long Beach zero gravity flight – Press Telegram

Twelve disabled scientists, military veterans, students, athletes and artists took part in a zero-gravity flight to encourage accessibility in the aerospace industry. (Photo courtesy Mission: AstroAccess) Twelve disabled scientists, military veterans, students, athletes and artists took part in a zero-gravity flight to encourage accessibility in the aerospace industry. (Photo courtesy Mission: AstroAccess) Twelve disabled scientists, … Read more

Long Lives in Australia, Take a Peek at Acha Septriasa’s Intimate Portrait and Husband : Okezone Celebrity

JAKARTA – Acha Septriasa is currently rarely seen on the screen. It is known that after marrying her husband, Vicky Kharisma, Acha decided to move to Australia. It was her husband’s job that made Acha have to stay in the Kangaroo Country. Acha and Vicky’s life in Australia looks so harmonious. This is evidenced by … Read more

Cop-turned-NASA-exec found guilty of murdering his National Guardsman neighbor after years long feud

A former cop turned NASA executive has been found guilty of murder after killing his next door neighbor after years of fighting over loud music, garbage, and dog poop. Michael Hetle, 54, shot Maryland National Guardsman Javon Prather, 24, in Springfield, Virginia – a suburb of Washington DC, in March 2020. He then pointed the … Read more

Marketeers Return to the Riviera After Two Long Years for Mipcom

For anyone who entered the Palais during the Cannes Film Festival in July, when a smattering of stands filled one corner of the sprawling complex, arriving at international TV confab Mipcom to find a more abundant supply of colorfully decorated sales booths felt like landing on Mars and discovering life. A willingness to get back … Read more

Long time no see, this is Bowo Alpenliebe’s activity : Okezone Celebrity

JAKARTA – Prabowo Mondardo or Bowo Alpenliebe was in the spotlight in 2018. At that time, Bowo became an idol for young people on TikTok. Not only on social media, Bowo Alpenliebe even appeared on television thanks to his fame at that time. However, Bowo’s reverberation subsided after he drew controversy for making a fan … Read more