For the past two months, Beresheet traveled around the Earth several times before entering lunar orbit in hopes of joining the exclusive club of countries that have made it to the moon . The children, some of whom were wearing white spacesuits, appeared confused as the crash unfolded. "Well, we didn't make it, but we definitely tried", he said.
The Met Police said more than 340 people had been arrested so far. Police said they expected the demonstrations to continue in the next few weeks and promised to take action if necessary. The activists are using bold tactics to bring a standstill to parts of the city and inspire people to think about their impact on the environment. The same group was responsible for a naked protest in British Parliament earlier this month in which they demanded that the British government commit to ...
The world's largest airplane made its first test flight on Saturday in California . Stratolaunch , which was founded by Mr Allen, is vying to be a contender in the market for air-launching small satellites. The plane is created to drop rockets and other space vehicles weighing up to 500,000 pounds at an altitude of 35,000 feet and has been billed by the company as making satellite deployment as "easy as booking an airline flight ".
Mobile homes will be damaged or destroyed. More than 20,000 customers lost power in New Jersey when the storms hit, though crews were able to quickly restore service to most. The roof of a hotel in New Albany, Mississippi, was damaged, although the cause was unclear. Robertson County Sheriff Gerald Yezak told The Associated Press a tornado hit the small Central Texas city of Franklin, overturning mobile homes and damaging other residences.
The storm has already left a violent swath of death and destruction across parts of the South this weekend, with at least six people killed as a result of incidents relating to the storm. Nineteen residents were taken to hospitals, including two in critical condition. More than 140,000 customers remained without power in Texas, Mississippi, Louisiana and Arkansas late Saturday.
The center core booster landed on a floating platform in the Atlantic Ocean about two minutes after that. The first Falcon Heavy's central core missed its landing at the end of last year's mission, due to the fact that it ran out of ignition fluid before the final engine burn.