News Burst 17 October 2021
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- On Friday, the ISS lost its orientation in space while testing engines of the Soyuz MS-18 manned spacecraft. The ISS crew was woken up at night by a siren that went off at the International Space Station due to a malfunction in the control system of the Russian Zvezda module, it follows from the crew’s talks with the Earth, which were broadcast by NASA.
- The current ISS crew comprises Russian cosmonauts Oleg Novitskiy and Pyotr Dubrov; NASA astronauts Mark Vande Hei, Shane Kimbrough, and Megan McArthur; Japan’s Akihiko Hoshide; and Thomas Pesquet of the European Space Agency, as well as a movie crew which includes Russian actress Yulia Peresild, movie director Klim Shipenko, and accompanying cosmonaut Anton Shkaplerov. They are shooting the first professional feature film in space, titled Challenge.
- China’s eighth manned space mission blasted off a few minutes after midnight on Saturday morning from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in the Gobi Desert, ferrying three taikonauts up to the new Tiangong space station for a six-month-long mission. “Please rest assured that we will definitely succeed in this mission,” mission commander Zhai Zhigang told mission officials before blastoff.
- The first discovery of a planet orbiting a dead star, a celestial grouping said to resemble our own Solar System, offers clues that our planet could survive the Sun’s violent death about five billion years from now. The newfound planet — that has a similar orbit to our Solar System’s largest gas giant, Jupiter – revolves around a dead star, or white dwarf, and was accidentally discovered during gravitational microlensing event in 2010. The team reportedly found that the random extrasolar planet is almost 40 times larger than Jupiter, however, and noted that its parent star, orbiting near the center of the Milky Way, is some 60% of the sun’s mass.
Researchers detected the system using the W. M. Keck Observatory in Hawaii.
- A mysterious repeating fast radio burst has been discovered as the cause of a set of cosmic explosions. Called FRB 121102, the largest set of fast radio bursts, or FRBs events, registered so far, was detected by researchers during testing of China’s Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical radio Telescope, or FAST, as it was being commissioned. “This was the first time that one FRB source was studied in such great detail. The large burst set helped our team hone in like never before on the characteristic energy and energy distribution of FRBs, which sheds new light on the engine that powers these mysterious phenomena,” said astrophysicist Bing Zhang, professor at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and study coauthor.
- The US military is offering “condolence payments” to a family in Afghanistan after a badly planned drone strike killed 10 civilians, including seven children, in the country’s capital in August, though did not provide any numbers. Pentagon spokesman John Kirby revealed the offer on Friday, stating that Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin made a “commitment” to the Akhmadi family for compensation following the August 29 drone strike, “including offering ex gratia condolence payments” and State Department assistance in relocating family members to the United States.
- The German state of Hesse has become the first to allow businesses to deny the unvaccinated access even to basic necessities, setting a troubling precedent as its neighbors wrestle with protests against vaccination mandates. Hessian supermarkets have been granted permission to deny the unvaccinated the right to buy food and other essentials, the state chancellery confirmed to German magazine BILD on Friday. Under the new policy, stores can decide whether to implement the ‘2G rule’, which means allowing entry only to the vaccinated and recovered (‘geimpft’ and ‘genesen’ in German) or the more lax ‘3G rule’, encompassing those who have tested negative for the virus (getestet).
- On Friday, defense chiefs stated that the Chafee, an Arleigh-Burke class warship operated by the US Pacific Fleet, attempted to make its way into territory in the Russian Far East, before its course was diverted by one of the country’s anti-submarine ships, the “Admiral Tributs.” According to the reports, the vessel had been operating in the Sea of Japan for several days before trying to cross the border near the Peter the Great Gulf.
- Covid testing by a private laboratory in Wolverhampton has been suspended after an NHS Test and Trace investigation found around 43,000 people in England and Wales may have received the wrong results. The UK’s Health Security Agency (UKHSA), which is responsible for “planning, preventing and responding to external health threats,” confirmed the suspension of Covid testing at the Immense Health Clinic laboratory. The NHS Test and Trace investigation examined around 400,000 samples that have been processed through the lab.It found that around 43,000 people may have been affected by the errors, receiving incorrect results between September 8 and October 12, mainly in the southwest of England.
- At least three people have been killed and seven others injured after a 4.8 magnitude earthquake struck Indonesia’s tourist island of Bali just before dawn on Saturday, the country’s search and rescue agency has said. It was mainly felt in the Karangasem and Bangli districts on the east side of the island, causing people to flee their homes in panic. Bali, which is often called the ‘Island of the Gods’, only reopened to international tourists earlier this week after 18 months of curbs aimed at stemming the spread of Covid-19. However, foreign visitors are only expected to start flocking to the island next month as direct international flights haven’t resumed yet.
- Reggio Calabria, Italy – The Carabinieri seized from the Ndrangheta – local mafia – 235 frozen dormice, a protected species, ready for ‘consumption’. They were found during a drug search in Delianuova, a place known for hunting rodents. For the mafiosi it is a delicacy and is offered as a sign of respect at clan banquets.
- The United States and Greece on Thursday signed an amendment to their existing mutual defense agreement that allows US forces to train and operate from additional locations inside the country. On Friday, State Department spokesperson Ned Price, when commenting on the renewed deal, said Washington supports efforts to de-escalate tensions in the Eastern Mediterranean. However, some experts think Washington has broader aspirations. “It could be that the United States wants to pressure Turkey to be a more cooperative host of US bases, although it could backfire and cause Turkey and Russia to increase cooperation,” Independent Institute Center for Peace and Liberty Ivan Eland said about the US motivation behind the deal.
- The EU’s vowed to provide €1 billion ($1.15 billion) in humanitarian aid for Afghanistan during the latest G20 meeting. The EU leadership specified that the financial assistance would be channelled through international organisations working inside Afghanistan and not provided directly to the ruling Taliban. For its part, the United States froze roughly $10 billion in Afghanistan’s foreign reserves.
- One of the communities most impacted by the coronavirus pandemic were the indigenous communities of the Amazon. The virus claim the lives of the elders who preserved the language and much of the ancestral wisdom. For Maira Gómez Godinho, better known as Cunhaporanga, a 22-year-old from the Tatuyo community in the Brazilian Amazon, the pandemic was an unexpected opportunity. Thanks to Maira’s profile Tick tock, more than 6 million followers, people were able to learn more about the small community by recording content in short videos. After setting up an antenna with her brother in the village region, Cunhaporanga spent her days in her village, only accessible by boat, exploring social networks such as TikTok. In one of her videos with the most views, the young woman appears eating a larva, since it is one of the most popular foods in that region. In the content she shares on the platform that is made in Portuguese, she also predicts the weather by means of leaves and branches.
News Burst 17 October 2021 – Bonus IMG
News Burst 17 October 2021 – Bonus IMG
As we’ve shared, most crafts being seen are Pleiadian and Arcturian because they are the primary protectors of Earth, they have the most souls incarnated, and they lead Galactic Federation in Earth’s ascension. There have been many other groups seen in our skies, but only Galactic Federation is regularly trying to be seen, for centuries. Of the hundreds of crafts Neioh has identified, only a handful have been Sirian. Sirian crafts have a similar variety of shapes as Pleiadian crafts, from saucers to rectangles, to more extreme. This photo was taken by a US military weather satellite over Vladivostok, Russia in 1978, from Elmendorf AFB in Anchorage.
This is from Sirius. The design is one of many. Their presence is quite known now in the Multiverses and their Technology is ever increasing. ~ Neioh
News Burst 17 October 2021 – Bonus IMG
The oldest dogs in the Americas, Xolos have been around for millennia.
Xolos have been around for at least 3,000 years. Archaeological evidence suggests they accompanied the first humans to cross the Bering Strait, then lived in the jungles of Mexico, where they were prized by ancient cultures. The Aztecs considered the Xolo sacred, and invested them with mystical healing abilities. The breed’s full name, Xoloitzcuintli, derives from Xolo, the name of the Aztec god of fire and lightning, and itzcuintli, the Aztec word for dog.
News Burst 17 October 2021 – Bonus Video
News Burst 17 October 2021 – Bonus Video
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