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The Child Reporter Damon Weaver, who interviewed Obama; died at the age of 23

Mr Weaver was 11 years old when he interviewed Obama, which attracted national attention. And by interviewing Obama, he became the youngest one to interview a president. Damon Weaver interviewed Obama in the Diplomatic Room of the White House. The child reporter gained more attention by interviewing the celebrities such as Oprah Winfrey and Dwyane …

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China’s space agency: Debris of Chinese rocket is expected to plunge into the Indian Ocean near the Maldives

China’s space agency said that on Saturday night, the debris of the Long March 5B rocket is now expected to fall into the Indian ocean in the west of Maldives. It is still not clear if any debris will fall on the island. The US space command claimed that the Long March 5B rocket had …

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Only 4% of iPhone users in the US are opting for the app tracking feature of iOS 14.5

If this trend continues the Facebook will not be ecstatic. As the iPhone has introduced an updated software that can stop the app and advertisers from tracking your data with a third party. You will not allow the app to share your data with a third party or advertisers. And Facebook was not happy with …

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Rocket of china will make re-entry: it is unclear that where the debris will hit

Last week the Tianhe modules exploded in space. China used a massive core of a Chinese rocket to launch the first leg of its space station. It is reported that the core of Long March 5B will make the re-entry to the earth.  It is projected that sometime in the next week, the earth will …

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SpaceX’s work on Lunar Lander has been suspended by NASA until the complaints about the contract are entirely resolved

Blue origin and Dynetics filed a protest against the $2.9 billion lunar lander project of NASA and SpaceX.  So, NASA now suspended this lunar lander project due to these protests and complaints. Monica Witt, the spokesperson of NASA, announced a pause in this project on Friday. And break will continue until the Government Accountability Office …

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Crew-1 Astronauts safely return to the Earth with rare Pre-dawn Splashdown

The crew-1 astronauts successfully and safely return to the home. The commander of crew-1, Michael Hopkins and his fellow astronauts Victor Glover and Shannon Walker, and Japanese astronaut Soichi Noguchi depart from the space-facing port on Saturday at 8:35 p.m. EDT. This splashdown was only the second piloted water landing for the post-shuttle commercial crew …

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