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NASA to Announce New Exciting Discovery About The Moon



This image based on data from NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter spacecraft shows the face of the Moon we see from Earth. The more we learn about our nearest neighbor, the more we begin to understand the Moon as a dynamic place with useful resources that could one day even support human presence. Credit: NASA / GSFC / Arizona State University

With 2020 and what is happening on earth, NASA might just have good news for us. They say they have “exciting news” about the moon. 

News that suggests that what they have discovered can be applied to the agency’s plan to live on the moon! You heard us, honeymooners! 

NASA plans to make the public announcement through an event that will be live on Monday 26 noon eastern time. 

The chief exploration scientist in NASA’s AES within the HEOMD(Human Exploration and Operations Mission Directorate) at Nasa’s Headquarters, Jacob Bleacher, the astrophysics division director (in the Science Mission Directorate) at NASA Headquarters, Paul Hertz, Sciences and Exploration Directorate, Casey Honnibal and SOFIA(Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy) mission project scientist Naseem Rangwala will be in attendance. 

There is an Artemis program that hopes to send the next man and the first woman to the moon in 2024 and in the 2030s, maybe launch missions to Mars with it as a base. 

NASA hasn’t disclosed anything about the discovery other than it came from SOFIA and, we quote, “contributes to Nasa’s efforts to learn about the Moon in support of deep space exploration”. 

SOFIA is a plane (Boeing 747SP aircraft) that allows researchers to observe from almost anywhere in the world and areas there are no telescopes.

The Observatory was made possible by a partnership between the German Aerospace Centre and NASA. It picks a phenomenon that is impossible to see with visible light. 

For the first time in forty years, for instance, it had observed (2016) in Mar’s atmosphere the presence of Oxygen. Can’t wait to breathe the Marsian air!

If made possible, will you stay on earth or join us on the Moon honey? Leave your comment below.

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Popeyes Introduces New Fried Fish Sandwich: The Cajun Flounder Sandwich



Popeyes Introduces New Fried Fish Sandwich; The Cajun Flounder Sandwich

Popeyes served the world their fried chicken sandwich, and it became a delicious success. Now, this time the restaurant is coming with a new recipe, and it is fishy. Well, it involves fish. 

This week, the multinational chain of fast-food restaurants debuted their first fried fish sandwich. If it turns out to be as successful as their fried chicken sandwich, they might permanently consider adding it to their menu. 

The new sandwich recipe, the Cajun Flounder Sandwich, will cost four dollars and fifty cents. In a recent reveal, the company said,

The fried filet is served atop the same buttery toasted brioche bun with barrel cured pickles that fans know and love from the Chicken Sandwich, along with Popeyes legacy tartar sauce.”

Popeyes is also offering a 15-dollar worth of insurance on Launch day. This means that if you taste their new recipe during their launch and it doesn’t tickle your fancy, you can replace it with a free Chicken sandwich. 

The company reassures its customers that their fish sourcing methods are up to NOAA standards, and they have plenty of fish, so running out of the species shouldn’t be an issue. 

It is important to note that since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, fish sales have gone up. Many are owing increase to the fact that people became very fond of trying home recipes.

Let us know what you think about Popeyes’ new recipe. Do you like it? Let us know below. 

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Gorilla Glue Challenge? Louisiana Man Finds Himself in the ER After Trying to Prove Tessica Brown Wrong



The internet is a phenomenon with a significant influence on people. The serious incident of a woman, Tessica Brown, who applied Gorilla Glue to her hair, was a hit, but not one to be replicated. But a Louisiana man tried it, and the aftermath was dire. 

Meet Len Martin, a 37-year-old man who tried to prove Tessica Brown wrong. Martin stated that the Gorilla Glue was not as strong as Tessica was trying to make. To prove her wrong, he took a red cup and applied the Gorilla Glue on it, then placed it on his mouth. His end game was he thought all he would need to remove was to lick it off. Boy, was he wrong!

Martin had to show up to the hospital with the cup stuck to his upper lip. The doctors were luckily able to take the cup off his lips through peeling, to which Martin described it as ‘painful.’ This came with a warning that if his lip did not heal properly, he would have to undergo surgery.  

From an internet joke to finding himself in the ER getting a ‘painful peeling’ to get the cup off his lip, Martin had a message for everyone attempting to do the ‘challenge.’ Martin said, “This is definitely not one to try. Let’s just stop this now. … It’s very harmful.”

Martin added that he did not do the stunt for fame, according to what fans had to say. He had learned his lesson just like Tessica Brown had. Here have a look at what fans were throwing his way: 

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Twitter CFO contemplates adding Bitcoin to the media giants balance sheet



Twitter CFO contemplates adding Bitcoin to the media giants balance sheet

A new dawn has come for the world’s most popular cryptocurrency, Bitcoin. The ripple effect since Teslas’ Elon Musk Invested $1.5 Billion of the companies assets on Bitcoin which has since then seen mega positive and a touch of legitimacy in the crypto world.

Barely a week after, Twitters’ CFO, Ned Segal is considering adding Bitcoin to its company reserves. This involves considerations of how it may pay employees, vendors and complete digital transactions using the wide sort after cryptocurrency.

“We’ve done a lot of the upfront thinking to consider how we might pay employees should they ask to be paid in Bitcoin, how to pay a vendor if they asked to be paid in BTC and whether we need to have Bitcoin on our balance sheet” Ned Segal, CFO Twitter told CNBC.

This however does not come as a shock considering how Twitter CEO, Jack Dorsey is an amid advocate of Bitcoin. He has bought and sold services for the cryptocurrency at Square. A company he also owns. Although no changes have been actualized yet, this publication has reinforced the viability of Bitcoin.

In recent months, major firms such as MicroStrategy have shown particular interest in Bitcoin. They consider Bitcoin a hedge against inflation and devaluation n in the U.S dollar. Twitter would follow Teslas’ move and start accepting Bitcoin as payment.

Bitcoin has since skyrocket hitting an all-time high of $48,000 earlier this week. With Twitter declaration who knows the hights, it could soar. We might be on the edge of the birth of a new legal decentralized tender.

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Probable Cause of Kobe Bryant Helicopter Crash Revealed



Probable Cause of Kobe Bryant Helicopter Crash Revealed

It’s been slightly over a year since the death of the basketball legend Kobe Bryant with his daughter and seven other people in a helicopter crash. An investigation into what caused the helicopter crash has finally been finalized, and one of the theories put out during the crash was to blame for all the lives lost during that day. 

Group 3 Aviation via AP

According to reports from the federal authorities, the helicopter crash’s cause was a mistake on the side of the pilot. The pilot’s poor decision making leads to him getting a ‘Spatial Orientation.’ The condition as described by the NTSB Chairman Robert Sumwalt was described as: 

“the powerful, misleading sensations that can confuse a pilot conducting a visual flight who loses visual references, and what types of training can be effective in countering this effect.”

The first mistake that the pilot made was to fly into the fog, knowing how iffy the weather was that morning. He should have returned to land and waited for the weather to become more transparent or taken another pilot with him. 

The previous owner of the Island Express Helicopter had always made sure that two pilots were operating the craft. This, he said, would increase the safety of flying the helicopter with one pilot stepping to help where the other pilot can not. 

The pilot’s mistake led to the loss of nine lives: Pilot Ara Zobayan died: Payton Chester, 13; Sarah Chester, 45; Alyssa Altobelli, 14; Keri Altobelli, 46; John Altobelli, 56; and Christina Mauser, 38. 

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Tom and Jerry Celebrates 81 Years With a Comeback to Our Screens – [Evolution Through the Years]



Tom and Jerry debuted 81 years ago today and this is our all time favorite moment
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The duo, Tom and Jerry’s iconic cartoon film, that plays cat and mouse, just turned 81. You heard that right. Tom and Jerry are 81 years old.

Tom and Jerry Celebrates 81 Anniversary

As Tom and Jerry celebrate their eighty-first anniversary, the film will debut on the twenty-sixth day of February this year. 

Tom and Jerry made its first appearance on the tenth day of February 1940 and focused on the rivalry between Tom the cat and Jerry the mouse.

Initially produced by William Hanna and Barbera (1940- 1958), the cartoon won more than six Academy Awards under Best Animated Short Film.

After closing down in 1957, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer cartoon studios revived the film with a new director, Gene Deitch.

This year, the film that is a live-action comedy uses Tom and Jerry’s names, and it got directed by  Tim Story and written by Kevin Costello. 


In the film, Jerry resides in a fancy hotel in NY, and Tom gets hired to keep an eye on him to prevent him from ruining a meaningful wedding ceremony. What will happen with the duo in a new city?

The Evolution of Tom and Jerry Through the Years

We sure are psyched to see the film. What do you think about the new Tom and Jerry film? Let us know in the comments below.

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