The Larsen C ice shelf, the fourth largest in Antarctica, was long suspected to be on the verge of breaking off as hinted by an expanding deep crack . But the freed iceberg now weighs 1 trillion tons, and has twice the volume of Lake Erie, according to the scientists. Scientist have been expecting the 5000-square-kilometre block completely break away from the Larsen C ice shelf, since a giant fissure was first noticed in 2014.
Monday evening. The office's front doors were damaged by the explosion, but it wasn't clear how much damage occurred inside the office, the World said. The FBI has not yet determined if the two criminal incidents at the respective recruiting centers are linked. The bomb also pierced the canopy over the office.
Andy Murray and Johanna Konta will try to reach the Wimbledon quarter-finals as the men's and women's fourth-round singles matches are played on Monday. "But Andy is really good at not worrying about that stuff". Now 26 and seeking his first win against Federer in six matches, Dimitrov sought to up the pace in the second set.
Djokovic was broken only once in his match, in the second set. "[He] understands and knows exactly the occasion of playing big matches". The American faces 20-year-old French Open champion Ostapenko from Latvia. Play has started on No. 1 Court at Wimbledon . 33 - Years since a British woman (Jo Durie, 1984) reached the Wimbledon quarterfinals until Johanna Konta did it Monday.
Amazon is also planning to enter packaged food industry in India and has been looking at integrating UPI on its app and website. It will not longer be a messenger, it can be used to transfer money to friends and families directly to their bank accounts.
Bolton noted that now, the spacecraft and her "cloud-penetrating" science instruments will dive in to see how deep the roots of the storm go, and help scientists understand how the Great Red Spot storm works and what makes it so unique. The Great Red Spot , courtesy Voyager 1. The images captured by Juno will take a few days to transmit to Earth because of the position of Juno's antenna, NPR said .