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Sunday, January 28, 2018

JAN 28, 2018 - 7:43 AM ET - 12 NEWS ITEMS

*"If Your Cat Swats with Its Left Paw, It's Probably Male."

By Brandon Specktor, Senior Writer | January 24, 2018 01:47pm ET. 

www.livescience.com.



Credit shutterstock.

*"Check Out Elon Musk’s $600 ‘Boring Company’ flamethrower

By Trevor Mogg — Posted on January 25, 2018 10:10 pm. www.digitaltrends.com




*"Yes, it's true. Hillary Clinton did say "activist bitches supporting bitches," as 

other media outlets reported on Friday after a tweet from political commentator 

Alex Mohajer went viral. 

Why? Someone who ran an activist organization named after that phrase asked 

her to do so during a lunch event in New York this week. 

BY KERRY FLYNN. https://mashable.com/.

Video uploaded to several social media sites. 

*"'Save the Children' organisation suspends all activities in Afghanistan after 

ISIL attack. Friday, January 26, 2018. https://en.wikinews.org.




"Location of Nangarhar within Afghanistan."

Image: TUBS.

*"While skywatchers in North America, Asia, and Europe watch a bigger-than-

usual lunar eclipse on January 31, NASA engineers will shut down the 

instruments aboard the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO). Eclipses put a 

strain on the spacecraft because it uses the sun for power. If the moon is in the 

Earth's shadow, sunlight can't reach it and LRO switches to battery power, 

principal investigator Noah Petro told Seeker. The LRO team is a veteran group at 

keeping the spacecraft safe, as total lunar eclipses have occurred seven times 

since the orbiter's launch in 2009.




"Stages of the January 31, 2018 "super blue blood moon" (weather permitting) 

are depicted in Pacific Time with "moonset" times for major cities across the US, 

which affect how much of the event viewers will see. While viewers along the 

East Coast will see only the initial stages of the eclipse before moonset, those in 

the West and Hawaii will see most or all of the lunar eclipse phases before 

dawn."

Credit: NASA.

*"The Most Amazing Space Photos This Week!

By SPACE.com Staff | January 26, 2018 08:52pm ET. www.space.com.

More at https://www.space.com/32252-amazing-images.html?

utm_source=notification.



Spacewalk Selfie!

Credit: Mark Vande Hei/NASA

NASA astronaut Mark Vande Hei snapped this selfie outside the International 

Space Station during the first spacewalk of 2018 on Tuesday (Jan. 23). He will 

head out for a second spacewalk together with Japanese astronaut Norishige 

Kanai on Monday (Jan. 29).

*"Tianjin greets first snowfall this winter." Editor: pengying. 

http://www.xinhuanet.com.




"Cars move on a road in snow in north China's Tianjin, Jan. 22, 2018. Tianjin 

greeted the first snowfall this winter on Sunday." (Xinhua/Li Ran)

*"Penguins enjoy cold weather at Harbin Polarland in NE China."

2018-01-26 08:30:19|Editor: Shi Yinglun. http://www.xinhuanet.com.




"Penguins enjoy cold weather at Harbin Polarland in the capital city of northeast 

China's Heilongjiang Province, Jan. 25, 2018. A cold front swept Harbin, with the 

highest temperature dropping to minus 25 degrees Celsius." (Xinhua/Wang 

Jianwei).

*On Google's search page today: "It's #DataPrivacyDay. Choose the privacy 

settings that are right for you."

*"Trump Tweets on Holocaust Remembrance Day."




Donald J. Trump‏Verified account 

@realDonaldTrump

Following Following @realDonaldTrump

"On Holocaust Remembrance Day we mourn and grieve the murder of 6 million 

innocent Jewish men, women and children, and the millions of others who 

perished in the evil Nazi Genocide. We pledge with all of our might and resolve: 

Never Again!" http://45.wh.gov/EnM9Dn. 

*"Investigation launched as photos show shopping carts full of raw meat 

wheeled into San Jose market." 




"A 99 Ranch Market in San Jose is under investigation after a customer 

witnessed and took photos of an worker allegedly carrying uncovered meat into a 

grocery store in a Costco shopping cart."

By: KTVU Staff.

*"Elite climbing team save French woman from Pakistan's 'Killer Mountain.'




"A French climber (Elisabeth Revol) stranded on top of one of Pakistan's most 

deadly mountains is safe after a dramatic rescue operation. The search for her 

Polish climbing partner, however, has been called off. Elisabeth Revol and 

Tomasz Mackiewicz were climbing Nanga Parbat, nicknamed "Killer Mountain", 

when they got stuck at 7,400m (24,280ft) on Friday."






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