Month: November 2018

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A large waterspout formed near the coast of Marmaris, southern Turkey on November 21, 2018. At least one boat sank and more were destroyed in the mooring area. There were no reports of injuries at the time of press. Keep us going strong – subscribe today and get your ad-free account  Producing content you read on
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The 35th President of the United States was shot dead in Dallas, Texas, US, on November 22, 1963. Both the FBI and the Warren Commission officially concluded that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone, shooting the 46-year-old as his motorcade made its way down Dealey Plaza. However, evidence from a House Select Committee on assassinations revealed a recording captured by a police officer’s microphone stuck on the ”open” position.   “In 1979 a
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Very cold Arctic air will bring frigid temperatures to the US Northeast, possibly marking the region’s coldest Thanksgiving ever as well as the entire month of November. Meanwhile, a series of Pacific storms will deliver multiple rounds of heavy rain and mountain snow Wednesday, November 21 into the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. There is an elevated concern
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Apollo 14 was the eighth manned mission in the NASA space programme and the third to land on the Moon. Commander Alan Shepard, Command Module Pilot Stuart Roosa, and Lunar Module Pilot Edgar Mitchell set off on their nine-day mission on Sunday, January 31, 1971. Dr Mitchell became the sixth man to walk on the lunar surface and spent more than nine hours exploring
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Take a break and watch this video.  ‘Corona – The Zenith Aurorae’ by astrophotographer and nature cinematographer​ Adrien Mauduit ​Duration: 4:43  Anyone who has ever seen a decent display of Aurora knows that it explodes to fill up the whole sky, typically during a geomagnetic storm. When that happens colorful pillars and bright bands dance and wiggle
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One person was killed and 44 others injured early November 20, 2018, when a train near Barcelona derailed due to a landslide caused by heavy rain. The six-carriage train was carrying 131 passengers, according to operator Adif. Three people sustained serious injuries, AFP reports. The incident happened at 06:15 LT between Terrasa and Manresa towns, northwest of Barcelona
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Disaster coordination authorities have asked thousands in ten communities to evacuate and go to safe areas as Fuego Volcano in Guatemala starts spewing lava, just months after the volcano erupted killing 194 people and leaving a further 234 missing. Fuego volcano eruption on November 18, 2018. via Facebook video Thousands of people have been urged