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  • A big, remote and mysterious area of land in China has triggered fresh speculations that Beijing may have set up its equivalent of the American “Area 51”, where it is working on developing unmanned military aircraft. The original ‘Area 51’ is a classified United States Air Force (USAF) facility located within the Nevada Test and Training Range and commonly thought to support the development and testing of experimental aircraft and weapons systems.

 

  • The case of a 90-year-old woman who died after getting infected with two COVID-19 variants of is raising new questions about the rare phenomenon of double infection, as well as about vaccine effectiveness, according to a Bloomberg report which follows a revelation from Belgian researchers. The research paper, presented at the European Congress of Clinical Microbiology & Infectious Diseases this week, revealed that the woman in question died at the OLV Hospital in the Belgian city of Aalst in March.

 

  • According to a new poll by BuzzBingo.com cited by the Daily Star, nearly 300 men and women from UK believe they had shacked up and even dated aliens in the past. Most of those who claim they had an extraterrestrial sexual experience are from Norwich – the nation’s top paranormal spot.

 

  • Earlier, a Texas federal court ruled that Apple must pay PanOptis and related companies more than $506 million for its infringement of several patents related to 4G LTE technology. US tech giant Apple threatened to leave the UK market amid a $7 billion court battle with British patent holder Optis Cellular Technology, This is Money, a media outlet, reports. Optis Cellular Technology is battling Apple in court for patent infringement after it refused to pay licence fees. PanOptis owns several other subsidiaries, including Optis Wireless Technology, Optis Cellular Technology, Unwired Planet and Unwired Planet International. None of them manufacture any products, but they own a fairly large patent portfolio.

 

  • The methane wafting from Enceladus may be a sign that life teems in the Saturn moon’s subsurface sea, a new study reports. In 2005, NASA’s Cassini Saturn orbiter discovered geysers blasting particles of water ice into space from “tiger stripe” fractures near Enceladus’ south pole. That material, which forms a plume that feeds Saturn’s E ring (the planet’s second-outermost ring), is thought to come from a huge ocean of liquid water that sloshes beneath the moon’s icy shell. And there’s more than just water ice in the plume. During numerous close flybys of the 313-mile-wide (504 kilometers) Enceladus, Cassini spotted many other compounds as well – for example, dihydrogen (H2) and a variety of carbon-containing organic compounds, including methane (CH4). H2 provides energy for some Earth microbes that produce methane from carbon dioxide, in a process called methanogenesis. Something similar could be happening on Enceladus, especially given that Cassini also spotted carbon dioxide, and a surprising bounty of methane, in the moon’s plume.

 

  • Virgin Galactic’s Unity space plane, which was carrying a crew of four, including British billionaire Richard Branson, has successfully ventured into space and returned to Earth, as shown on a live stream of the event on Sunday. After separating from the mothership, Unity travelled to an altitude of 62 miles where those onboard experienced zero gravity for a few minutes.

 

  • The Haitian police presented 17 suspects allegedly involved in Haiti’s President Jovenel Moise ’s killing – including 15 Colombians and two Haitian Americans. A Canadian Embassy’s Ex-Bodyguard Among Suspects. As of Friday evening, the police have apprehended three more Colombians. However, many details about the assassination plot are still shrouded in mystery. A two-week state of emergency has been introduced in the country.

 

  • Specialists from the Arsenal Design Bureau – a St. Petersburg-based subsidiary of Russia’s Roscosmos space agency specialising in the production of spacecraft, satellites, and other space technologies – have proposed the creation of a nuclear power plant for a future Russian Mars base. Under Arsenal’s proposal, the reactor would be delivered to Red Planet aboard the Zeus, and floated down to its surface using a parachute system. After landing, the power plant would be activated to provide energy to a prospective Russian martian base.

 

  • Studying samples of human faeces that date back several centuries has given scientists a deeper understanding of the fluctuating population size of the ancient Mayans, Science Alert reports. The researchers also learned that the city of Itzan, the ruins of which are located in Guatemala, was apparently inhabited 650 years earlier than previously thought based on archaeological evidence. Benjamin Keenan, a biochemist from McGill University and one of the authors of the study, said that the new research “should help archaeologists by providing a new tool to look at changes that might not be seen in the archaeological evidence, because the evidence may never have existed or may have since been lost or destroyed.”

 

  • Kabul activated an air defense weapon in the early hours of Sunday to repel missiles fired at the capital by militants, who have been tightening their grip on Afghanistan. The Taliban organisation was emboldened by the announcement of US troop pullout in April. Militants quickly pushed into key northern cities and overran large swaths of land across Afghanistan.

 

  • The only animal shelter in Gaza housed 200 dogs before the outbreak of hostilities between Israel and Hamas, which controls the enclave. Heavy airstrikes scared half of them away, only 60 of which were found later. Many had been wounded.

 

  • The Russian Defense Ministry said its Black Sea Fleet was tracking a Greek guided-missile boat that entered the Black Sea on Saturday. “The Black Sea Fleet has deployed forces and equipment to monitor the actions of the HS Daniolos guided-missile boat, which entered the Black Sea on July 10, 2021,” a statement read. Greece is a participant in Sea Breeze 2021 — a military exercise that was conducted by the United States and its NATO allies in the Black Sea from June 28 till July 10, officially — under the commitment to “maintain the safety and security of the Black Sea”. The NATO exercise involved 5,000 soldiers, 40 airplanes and 32 vessels from 32 countries.

 

  • As Sir Richard Branson ventured into space onboard Virgin Galactic’s spacecraft VSS Unity, it turns out fellow billionaire Elon Musk snapped up a ticket for one of the Brit’s future spaceflights, The Sunday Times reports. In a pre-flight interview with the newspaper, Branson confirmed Musk has put down a $10,000 deposit to reserve a seat, though the exact date of the space journey remains unknown.
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