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First crew launch in US since 2011 could happen by May, 34 more OneWeb sats, and astros share their top isolation tips

The Register - Tue, 24/03/2020 - 15:15
In space, no one can hear you scream 'Who used the last sheet of toilet roll!'

Roundup  In a week that marked the 55th anniversary of the first space walk and the first corned beef sandwich in orbit, rocket fans had plenty to keep them occupied.…

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Warmer Weather May Slow, But Not Halt, Coronavirus

Slashdot - Tue, 24/03/2020 - 14:56
Communities living in warmer places appear to have a comparative advantage to slow the transmission of coronavirus infections, according to an early analysis by scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. From a report: The researchers found that most coronavirus transmissions had occurred in regions with low temperatures, between 37.4 and 62.6 degrees Fahrenheit (or 3 and 17 degrees Celsius). While countries with equatorial climates and those in the Southern Hemisphere, currently in the middle of summer, have reported coronavirus cases, regions with average temperatures above 64.4 degrees Fahrenheit (or 18 degrees Celsius) account for fewer than 6 percent of global cases so far. "Wherever the temperatures were colder, the number of the cases started increasing quickly," said Qasim Bukhari, a computational scientist at M.I.T. who is a co-author of the study. "You see this in Europe, even though the health care there is among the world's best."

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Police issue important update after biker dies in crash

This Is Total Essex - Tue, 24/03/2020 - 14:49
The road was shut by police
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Microsoft brings K8s Security Center out of preview, replaces CoreOS Container Linux with Flatcar

The Register - Tue, 24/03/2020 - 14:15
Azure security dashboard now covers Kubernetes service - at a price

Microsoft's integration of Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) with Security Center is now out of preview. In addition, the company has added Flatcar Linux to the Azure marketplace to replace CoreOS Container Linux, which goes end of life in May.…

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All the times people in Essex completely ignored rules about social distancing

This Is Total Essex - Tue, 24/03/2020 - 14:13
On Mother's Day people flocked to the seaside for one final hurrah before lockdown
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Mozilla Launches New Initiative With Scroll To Fund Publishers

Slashdot - Tue, 24/03/2020 - 14:05
Firefox, the global web browser from Mozilla, is launching a new subscription product Tuesday called the "Firefox Better Web initiative," and it will feature former Chartbeat CEO Tony Haile's new product Scroll as a launch partner. From a report: It's uncommon for a web browser to launch a product that's explicitly tied to paying out publishers. Scroll's business is all about paying publishers for their content while giving users a better ad experience. The test pilot for the product, which is a subscription to a privacy-first Firefox extension, will only be available in the U.S. The money from a membership ($4.99 monthly, $2,99 for first six months) goes directly to fund publishers and writers.

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