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Microburst with 70-mph winds hits Southern Tier, but no tornado

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.

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Storm system heading to Alabama produces tornado near MS State

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.

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SpaceX launches mega rocket, lands all 3 boosters

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.

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Black hole picture 2019: "Our jaws dropped", astrophysicist says of major milestone

BNOW: The black hole actually turns out to look like scientists predicted. Black holes also have a way of super-heating the material around them and warping spacetime, per CNN . After all, black holes are among the most powerful forces and biggest mysteries in the universe. It then took more than a year for that data to be processed into the first glimpse of images that scientists saw in the summer of 2018.

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Israeli spacecraft fails to make successful moon landing

On Wednesday, the lander made a manoeuvre to lower its altitude for a lunar orbit of between nine and 124 miles while preparing for the landing. The lander is equipped with a single British-built LEROS 2b engine fueled by MMH (monomethylhydrazine) and Monday (mixed oxides of nitrogen) for major maneuvers and the landing itself, along with small thrusters at the bottom of the craft.

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Twice delayed SpaceX Falcon Heavy launch set for Wednesday

The Falcon Heavy megarocket, the most powerful booster now in use, is set to launch the Arabsat-6A communications satelliteinto orbit from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida today at 6:35 p.m. As it turns out, the demand was there for a low-priced, heavy lift booster. The satellite was built by Lockheed Martin and will provide telephone, internet and cable to parts of the Middle East, Africa and Europe.


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