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NASA to Host Coverage, Briefing for Webb Telescope’s Final Unfolding

  NASA will provide live coverage and host a media briefing Saturday, Jan. 8, for the conclusion of the James Webb Space Telescope’s major spacecraft deployments.   Beginning no earlier than 9 a.m. EST, NASA will air live coverage of the final hours of Webb’s major deployments. After the live broadcast concludes, at approximately 1:30 p.m., NASA will hold a…

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“BROKEN BREAD” WITH ROY CHOI, THE AWARD-WINNING SERIES FROM TASTEMADE AND KCET, RETURNS FOR SEASON TWO ON JANUARY 25

New Season Tackles How to ‘Feed the Future’ With Choi Exploring Complex Social Justice Issues Through the Lens of Food, Including Gentrification, Cultural Erasure, As well as the Corporate Takeover of Food and Farming Modern media company Tastemade and Southern California’s PBS station KCET announced today the premiere details for season two of the Emmy® and James Beard Award®-winning series BROKEN BREAD – hosted by restaurant entrepreneur and acclaimed chef Roy Choi….

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Blue Sky Metropolis

BLUE SKY METROPOLIS is a historical documentary produced in partnership with the Emmy Award®-winning filmmaker Peter Jones (Johnny Carson: King of Late Night and the Peabody Award®-winning Inventing LA: The Chandlers and Their Times) as part of the PBS “Summer of Space” to commemorate the semicentennial moon landing anniversary. BLUE SKY METROPOLIS is a 21st century story that looks at the past, present and future of aerospace in Southern…

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An All-Purpose Hair Transplant Harvesting Device – A First

    Manhattan Beach California: To perform the latest type of hair transplantation called Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE), hair transplant doctors have had to change tools to accommodate varying hair and scalp types or even turn away patients entirely because of their ethnicity or hair loss severity. Current FUE tools have been unable to successfully extract the follicle in varying FUE…

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MasterClass Announces Class on Poetic Thinking With U.S. Poet Laureate Joy Harjo

Teaches members how to find light in the darkness, unlock their innate creativity and gain the inspiration to explore unique artistic styles MasterClass, the streaming platform where anyone can learn from the world’s best across a wide range of subjects, today announced the launch of award-winning poet and musician Joy Harjo’s class on poetic thinking. Drawing from her own ancestral stories and…

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Take Steps to Support Literacy

8 ways to inspire children to read (Family Features) Reading is a foundation for learning, yet a vast gap exists in access to books for low-income neighborhoods. According to the Handbook of Literacy Research, in low-income neighborhoods, the ratio of books per child is just one age-appropriate book for every 300 children. Without books in the home, children lack the…

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SunSpear Games Receives Epic MegaGrant for IMMORTAL: Gates of Pyre

ASHLAND, Ore — SunSpear Games, developer of the highly anticipated IMMORTAL: Gates of Pyre Battle Strategy game, is proud to announce that the company has received an Epic MegaGrant from Epic Games. As SunSpear completes the alpha phase release for its next-generation battle strategy game entitled, IMMORTAL: Gates of Pyre, it will feature two full factions, numerous Immortals, CO-OP and Auto-Battler modes,…

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Magnetic Fields offer Earlier Tsunami Warnings

Magnetic Fields offer Earlier Tsunami Warnings A new insight into magnetic fields, generated by tsunamis in seawater, might lead to earlier tsunami warnings for people who would otherwise be in danger. https://tnc.network/science/ Subscribe to our newsletter at https://tnc.network/newsletter/ Become a patron at https://www.patreon.com/storiesthismoment We thank you for the support! Source: Earth-Sky https://earthsky.org/earth/tsunami-warnings-magnetic-fields/ https://www.americangeosciences.org/critical-issues/faq/how-are-tsunami-early-warnings-issued

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