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NOAA Releases Spectacular First Images From New GOES-16 Satellite

GOES-16 first made headlines when it launched November 19, 2016, under the name GOES-R, and was renamed after reaching orbit. NOAA's GOES-16 satellite captures a view of the entire Western Hemisphere, including our neighbors here in Argentina, South America.

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New NASA Video Shows What it Feels Like to Land on Pluto

NASA released the video called, "A Colorful "Landing" on Pluto" which is made up of more than 100 images taken by the New Horizons spacecraft . Following on from the successful New Horizons mission to planet Pluto, NASA scientists have produced a colourful video that shows the public what a visit to Pluto would look like.

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Even without NAFTA, collateral risk to Canada very low: Trump adviser

On Monday morning, Trump issued an executive order withdrawing the United States from the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement with its Asian allies. The Trudeau government had enjoyed a smooth relationship with the United States under Barack Obama, but now the Liberals are expecting to have a major reset with President Trump's administration.

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There Are Already Petitions on White House Site About Trump's Finances

On January 17, news outlets widely reported that Chinese President Xi Jinping urged Trump to stay with the Paris accord at the World Economic Forum annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland. The plan includes eliminating the Climate Action Plan and the Waters of the US rule, both Obama-era initiatives which the new administration touts as increasing wages by the billions.

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Britney Spears fell for new man over sushi

And yes, things were a bit uncomfortable between them at first. A few months down the road, though, Spears decided to make the first move and each out to Asghari. The "Toxic" hitmaker's romance with Sam came after she revealed she was exhausted of men playing "mind games", and really wanted to settle down with a "nice guy".

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Wall Street Holds on to Gains After Trump's Inauguration

About 15 minutes into trading, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 0.4 percent at 19,805.28. Investors around the world have moved into risk-off mode ahead of the inauguration of Donald Trump as US President, with money flowing towards safe-haven gold funds over the last week.