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News Burst 12 August 2020

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News Burst 12 August 2020 – Featured News

  • Russia’s first vaccine against the coronavirus was developed by the Gamaleya Research Institute. Clinical trials of the vaccine were launched on 18 June and all 38 volunteers developed immunity. Russia has become the first country in the world to register a vaccine against COVID-19, President Vladimir Putin announced on Tuesday during a government meeting. The president also asked Health Minister Mikhail Murashko to keep him informed about the vaccine, while at the same time noting that he knows “it works quite effectively” and “forms a stable immunity”. “I hope we will be able to start mass production of this medication in the near future, which is very important”, the president said. Putin further thanked everyone who worked on the first-ever vaccine against the coronavirus, and described it as “a very important step for the world”.


  • Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has praised a COVID-19 vaccine under development by the Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF), stressing that he is ready to be the first subject of the trials in his own country. “I will tell [Russian] President Putin that I have huge trust in your studies in combating COVID and I believe that the vaccine that you have produced is really good for humanity”, Duterte stated on Monday, adding that he can be “the first they can experiment on”. The Asian island nation previously confirmed at least 136,000 COVID-19 cases and a death toll of 2,294. The daily coronavirus increase in the Philippines has reached nearly 7,000, making it the 6th-highest spike in the world and the highest in the region.


  • Indian Skies to ‘Shine Bright Like a Diamond’ With a Meteor Shower Farewell to Comet Neowise. In July, a five-kilometre wide comet, named Neowise by US space agency NASA, started its galactic voyage past Earth. The bright inter-planetary snowball which treated humans around the world to its spectacular glimpses is now ready to bid adieu to the Milky Way with a “laser show” for us. August has brought along this year’s brightest meteor shower called “Perseid”, which is set to light up Indian skies for next two nights, Tuesday and Wednesday. Maximum visibility of this annual celestial laser-like show will be around 2 a.m. until just before daybreak. The meteor shower will be bright enough to be seen by the naked eye, however, monsoon clouds could obstruct clear views.


  • Botswana’s Environment Ministry said Friday it had ruled out agrochemicals and infectious pathogens as a possible cause of hundreds of elephant deaths reported since March. “Commonly used agrochemicals or pesticides have been ruled out as the cause of mortality”, a statement, posted on Facebook read. Elephant carcasses have been tested for traces of nine pesticides and chemicals known to have affected wildlife in the southern African country. Encephalomyocarditis, a viral disease that causes inflammation of the cardiac muscle, infections with several other pathogens, and malnutrition were likewise deemed implausible. The ministry added that poisoning, including naturally occurring toxins, was still being investigated. In July, hundreds of elephant carcasses were found in the country’s northwest region. Botswana contains the world’s largest elephant population of about 130,000 mammals, according to media.


  • A consignment of 697 tonnes of ammonium nitrate being stored in a warehouse in Chennai, India is being shipped to Hyderabad. It is being disposed of after the e-auction of the ammonium nitrate to a Hyderabad-based company. The storing of the explosive chemical arose new fears following the 4 August explosion in Beirut. The chemical consignment, imported from South Korea, was seized in 2015 from a Tamil Nadu-based importer which lacked the proper license. The importer had been licensed to import fertiliser-grade ammonium nitrate, whereas the chemical supplied was found to be explosive grade. According to reports, 10 containers loaded with 181 tonnes of ammonium nitrate have already been sent to the Hyderabad-based buyer. The transport of the highly explosive content is being done in accordance with the 12-point safety rules established by the Chennai police and Petroleum and Explosives Safety Organisation (PESO) officials.


  • Scientists from Siberia have developed a technique that effectively removes petroleum from wastewater. Using a sorbent, the new system separates impurities, meaning waste released into the environment will cause much less damage. The research, published by the United Kingdom’s IOP Publishing, was conducted by scientists based in Krasnoyarsk, a large Siberian city 3,300km east of Moscow. According to Olga Dubrovskaya, associate professor at Siberia Federal University (SibFU), cultures “eat away” at oil, cleaning the water of “impurities.” Current wastewater treatment technologies only capture about 30 percent of dangerous substances, meaning that many toxicants enter the environment and cause significant environmental damage. By contrast, SibFU’s method removes over 99 percent of all surface and emulsified oil. The newly developed technique was tested on heat and power equipment at Krasnoyarsk CHP-2, one of the largest thermal power plants in Siberia.


  • A director of Simpang Tiga orphanage in Medan Petisah district, Medan, North Sumatra is on trial at Medan District Court for allegedly raping a child under his care over the course of seven years. If convicted, the suspect, identified only by the initials ENS, faces up to 15 years in prison and a fine of up to Rp 5 billion (US$363,500) under the Child Protection Law. Social Affairs Ministry social worker Riri Novita Sari, who has been assisting the victim, said that the suspect had been sexually abusing the victim multiple times since she was 7 years old back in 2012. Riri went on to say that ENS, who had a total of 25 children under his care, was also a member of the Medan child protection task force.


  • An American tourist and professional diving instructor has reportedly gone missing while diving with her husband in Ambon Bay, Maluku. Ambon administration secretary Antoni Latuheru said the victim, Carol Marie Lakien, 56, better known as Laila, had come to Ambon with her husband, Kevin Scott Pool, and stayed at a hotel in Amahusu village, Nusaniwe district. “[Lakien] is a professional diving instructor. She went to Ambon on a private yacht with her husband, and they often dove in Ambon Bay,” Antoni told reporters. Antoni said the couple had been in Ambon since March and had not been able to go back to the United States due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Pool, Lakien’s husband, said both of them were diving instructors and had come to Ambon on a vacation as they could not return to their home country yet. He explained that, when the incident happened on Friday, bad weather struck as they were about to dive. Not long after that, the bad weather died down, and at 9 a.m. Kevin decided to dive first, before his wife. An hour later, he said, his wife had joined him.


  • Ghislaine Maxwell has been removed from suicide watch and seeks to be transferred to the general population of the Brooklyn jail where authorities have held her since early July. In the latest of a number of challenges, her legal team has now asked Judge Alison Nathan to see that Maxwell is placed in the general population area of Brooklyn’s Metropolitan Detention Centre. She has been taken off suicide watch, her lawyers say, but she is still forced to undergo round-the-clock surveillance as well as a number of searches per day. Her team says she is enduring “uniquely onerous conditions,” is being ”treated less favourably than a typical pretrial detainee,” and “has been confined alone in an area outside of the general population (of inmates) for the entire 36 day period … and there is no indication that this will change.” She has been forced to wear clothing, they say, which marks certain prisoners as being suicide risks. The lawyers say she is watched, via closed circuit cameras, by “multiple prison guards, many of whom do not appear to be regular (Metropolitan Detention Center) personnel. These prison guards observe Ms Maxwell and take notes on her every activity.”


  • More has been learned and confirmed about what precisely started the deadly fire which detonated the highly explosive and volatile ammonium nitrate, commonly used in fertilizer and professional explosives, in Beirut. Lebanese media have widely reported the fire started after welding work was done in the very warehouse containing the volatile chemical compound. It appears the welding crew had no idea that both ammonium nitrate and (astoundingly) a cache of fireworks were being stored on site. It was reportedly maintenance work on the door of Warehouse 12 – now location of a huge crater which has forever altered the port and coastline. Port officials reportedly tried to warn top government officials and the Lebanese judiciary for years that the ammonium nitrate, stored there since 2013 in unsafe conditions, was a ticking time bomb in their midst.


  • Australia’s Northern Territory will be closed to visitors from virus hotspots for a further 18 months to protect its large and vulnerable Aboriginal population, authorities said Tuesday. The sparsely populated northern region is home to roughly 250,000 people — 30 percent of whom are Aboriginal — according to government figures. “We’ll have our hard border controls in place for at least the next 18 months. And we’re resourcing so we can do that,” Chief Minister Michael Gunner told public broadcaster ABC. Indigenous Australians are considered more at-risk to diseases such as COVID-19 because of socio-economic and cultural factors affecting access to medical care and underlying health. Many Aboriginal groups fear the virus could sweep through remote indigenous communities where healthcare services are limited. “This is what I think I need to do to make sure some of the most vulnerable people in the world stay safe,” Gunner said. The Northern Territory has recorded few virus cases and no deaths since the beginning of the pandemic. Australia, which has recorded almost 22,000 cases and 332 deaths from the virus, has also closed its international borders indefinitely.

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News Burst 12 August 2020 Beluga Whales

Beluga Whale Sanctuary

The SEA LIFE Trust is delighted to confirm that two beluga whales, Little Grey and Little White, are now safely in their new sea sanctuary care area at Klettsvik Bay in Iceland. The moving of the whales into the world’s first open water sanctuary for belugas, was completed on Friday 8th August 2020 at 12.30 local time.

Little Grey and Little White are now in their bayside care pool and will need a short period of time to acclimatise to their new natural environment and all the outdoor elements before their final release into the wider sanctuary in Klettsvik Bay in the Westman Islands off the south coast of Iceland. The expert team and the independent vets were with Little Grey and Little White throughout the move and said they are healthy and are feeding after the short trip from their landside care facility back to the sea.

This is the first time Little Grey and Little White have been in the sea since they were taken from a Russian whale research centre in 2011. Little Grey and Little White will now be assessed around the clock as they get used to being back in the ocean environment.

Andy Bool, Head of SEA LIFE Trust, said: “We’re absolutely delighted to be able to share the news that Little Grey and Little White are safely in their sea sanctuary care pools and are just one step away from being released into their wider open water home.

“Following extensive planning and rehearsals, the first stage of their release back to the ocean was as smooth as we had hoped and planned for. We are carefully monitoring Little Grey and Little White with our expert care team and veterinarians and hope to announce their final release very soon.”

The Sanctuary, operated by charity the SEA LIFE Trust and which is the first of its kind, was built with the support of a generous donation from Merlin Entertainments. Created in partnership with Whale and Dolphin Conservation (WDC), the SEA LIFE TRUST Beluga Whale Sanctuary is one of the biggest developments in captive whale and dolphin care and protection in decades and the first of its kind to be created for cetaceans.

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News Burst 12 August 2020 Home Rock


Benito Hernández’s fairy-tale house in the mexican desert. Home built beneath a huge rock in the desert. Hernández started building the rustic home decades ago in San Miguel, a remote environmentally protected area 400 kilometers from Piedras Negras and about 800 kilometers from Texas. But he has been captivated by the site nearly all his life. He first saw the rock formation about 60 years ago as an 8-year-old and never forgot it.

News Burst 12 August 2020 – Bonus Video

Arcus Cloud?

An arcus cloud, a broad and low-lying, banded cloud shaped like an arch, appears in the sky over the city of Meulaboh in Indonesia on Sunday, Aug. 9, 2020. The unusual cloud formation had the internet abuzz, with some users falsely claiming the natural weather phenomenon portended an earthquake or a tsunami. A large, grayish white cloud appeared on Sunday morning over Meulaboh in Aceh province to shock the city’s residents, some of whom thought that the low-lying, horizontal cloud formation resembled a tsunami.

News Burst 12 August 2020 – Solar Activity

News Burst 12 August 2020 - New Sunspot?

New Sunspot?

NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory has detected an active region just over the horizon. The magnetic loops shown in this image could be the magnetic canopy of an active sunspot. Its high southern latitude suggests it comes from new Solar Cycle 25. Whatever it is, we shall soon see. The sun’s rotation will turn the region toward Earth in the next 24-48 hours.

News Burst 12 August 2020 – Active Weather

​Hurricane Elida

Located west of Baja California. Wind 85-105 kts – Pressure 975 hPa – Moving W-NW at 13 kts – Maximum reached, weakening.

News Burst 12 August 2020 – Earthquakes

11 August 2020


Europe – M4.4 Iceland

Atlantic – M5.0 Ascension Island

Africa – M4.9 Mozambique

North America – M3.6 California

Central America – M4.5 Honduras America

South America – M4.5 North Argentina

Asia – M4.9 China

Pacific – M5.1 Kermadec Islands

Deepest EQ – M4.5 184 km North Argentina


Earthquakes Last 24 Hours – M4 and Above

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