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- Hairdressers in the northern Italian town of Castenaso face fines of up to €500 ($527) if they shampoo a customer’s hair twice during an intense drought in the region under new regulations. Mayor Carlo Gubellini told local media outlets he announced the restrictions on Saturday to give hairdressers time to “adapt,” as they are closed Sunday and Monday. At least 13 liters of water a minute flows from an open tap, and at least 20 liters are required to rinse a person’s hair twice, according to a “handbook” distributed to mark the new rule. It’s not clear how the rule is to be enforced, however.
- The choice of salad at Tuesday’s NATO summit in Madrid, Spain has reportedly caused a stir among attendees, after ‘Russian-style’ potato salad was featured atop the menu of the in-house restaurant, according to Reuters. The confusion among the guests was reportedly exacerbated by the fact that one of the key topics of the summit is the designation of Russia as a ‘security threat’ in NATO’s new strategic concept, over the ongoing military conflict in Ukraine. “Russian salad at a NATO summit? I’m a little surprised by that choice of dish,” journalist Inaki Lopez told Spanish media outlet La Sexta.
- Lawyers acting for alleged sex abuse victims of Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell have called on the FBI not to stop its investigations and probe other individuals associated with the pair, including Prince Andrew, reported the Mirror. “Let’s hope they’re the next target. If we have anything to do with it, they will be,” Attorney Brad Edwards, who represented Epstein victim Virginia Roberts Giuffre in her now-settled out-of-court sex abuse civil lawsuit against the Duke of York was cited as saying.
- [Dirty Water For Clean Air] Swiss start-up Climeworks AG says construction of its second large-scale direct air capture plant will be completed in Iceland in 18-24 months and will be able to suck 36,000 tonnes of CO2 out of the air each year. Construction on the plant is set to begin on Wednesday and will be the largest carbon dioxide capture plant in the world, surpassing the company’s current plant by 10 times. That plant is currently the world’s largest. The new plant will contain roughly 80 blocks of fans and filters that will extract CO2 from the air. Another company, Carbfix, will then mix the CO2 with water and store it underground where a chemical reaction will turn it into stone.
- Taxpayers in the United Kingdom now hold shares in Killing Kittens, a sex party organizing startup founded by Emma Sayle, a schoolfriend of the Duchess of Cambridge, the Financial Times reports. This development occurred thanks to a convertible loan provided to Killing Kittens by the state-owned British Business Bank’s Future Fund in 2020. As the media outlet points out, the loans provided under the Future Fund program to “innovative firms” during the COVID pandemic featured a clause that converts said loans into equity at the recipient company’s next fundraising, which is what happened in Killing Kittens’ case. The UK government reportedly owns a 1.5 percent share in the company, which was recently valued at about £15 million.
- The mission, named “Operation Lost Souls,” saved children between the ages of 10 and 17. Many were runaways that became victims of sex trafficking or physical and emotional abuse. A majority of them were found in Texas and Mexico. Homeland Security Investigations, the Texas Department of Public Safety, and several other agencies, local police departments, county sheriffs, and school districts contributed to the successful operation. “The agencies provided victim services and counseling to the recovered children and their families,” according to a press release from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
- A multinational task force has frozen $30 billion in funds belonging to sanctioned Russian individuals and $300 billion in Russian Central Bank assets, the US Treasury Department announced on Wednesday. The Russian Elites, Proxies, and Oligarchs (REPO) Task Force “blocked or frozen more than $30 billion worth” of “assets in financial accounts and economic resources,” reads the statement published on the Treasury’s website. The $300 billion worth of Russian Central Bank assets were “immobilized” by the task force, while yachts and luxury real estate were also “seized, frozen, or detained,” the statement adds.
- While scientists have yet to determine whether life could exist somewhere on Mars, a new study has identified an area on the Red Planet that may have been “repeatedly habitable” in the past, according to a news release by the Planetary Science Institute (PSI) in Arizona.
Using the data obtained via the equipment on board the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, the researchers managed to identify deposits of clay-bearing sediment in the Margaritifer Terra region. As Catherine Weitz, senior scientist at PSI and lead author of the study, explains, the presence of clays “indicates an environment favorable for life,” since they “form and remain stable under neutral pH conditions where water persists long-term that minimizes evaporation to form other minerals like sulfates.” “We found that the Ladon basin region within Margaritifer Terra records a long history of flowing water beginning relatively early in Mars history around 3.8 billion years ago that continued until up to 2.5 billion years ago, which is considered relatively recent,” she said.
- A powerful geomagnetic storm that apparently originated from a rather unusual source hit our planet last weekend. According to spaceweather.com, this surprise G1-class storm fell upon Earth around midnight (UT) on 25 to 26 June, opening a “crack in our planet’s magnetosphere”, with the solar winds that got into the crack producing a spectacular “display of auroras”.
- The China National Space Administration (CNSA) on Wednesday said that its unmanned orbiter and rover, Tianwen-1, have accomplished their planned scientific exploration tasks, including imagery data covering all of Mars, Chinese media reported. The spacecraft carried 13 scientific instruments to Mars to examine the planet. The mission’s objective is to explore how water ice is distributed on Mars and the planet’s habitability and physical evolution over time. The orbiter has circled Mars 1,344 times in the last 706 days and obtained mid-resolution visual data of the planet’s entire surface.
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Perspective From The Earth
Solar System a perspective from the Earth. These diagrams show the paths traced by Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn as seen from Earth.
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