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 Paris Sellon, daughter of the producers of “Friends” at Frecciarossa MJC 2022 “Bewitched by Jumping and Milan”. Sellon is not the first “daughter of” who approached the sport. In the history of horse riding also the daughter of the “Boss” Jessica Springsteen, Eva Jobs, the youngest daughter of the late Steve, ... Read more
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Paris Sellon, daughter of the producers of “Friends” at Frecciarossa MJC 2022 “Bewitched by Jumping and Milan”. Sellon is not the first “daughter of” who approached the sport. In the history of horse riding also the daughter of the “Boss” Jessica Springsteen, Eva Jobs, the youngest daughter of the late Steve, the Apple guru and Jennifer Gates, obviously the daughter of “Microsoft Bill”.

Read also> Milan and Inter at the Frecciarossa Milano Jumping for the Fair Play award. In the race it is a blue triumph

Paparazzi in the field at the Frecciarossa Milan Jumping Cup 2022 to “steal” some shots of the beautiful – and ‘very spied’ by the public – Paris Sellon. The Californian rider has not only been engaged for more than five years with the world number 1 in show jumping, Martin Fuchsbut she is also the daughter of two of the most famous American TV series producers in the world. James Burrows di ?Friends?And? Cheers ?and Debbie Easton, the mom, who gave birth to cult series like ?The Big Bang Theory? and ?Frazier?.

It was her mother Debbie who introduced her to equestrian sports at the age of three, to then make her compete in the first race at the age of seven. Thus was born the love for horse riding, lived with great enthusiasm by her parents. «My father is a very calm and balanced person – said Paris between one race and another at the Milanese Jumping – and I think this helped me in approaching the horse in the race. My mother, on the other hand, is very competitive and this is a trait of her character that I inherited from her. These components have brought me this far so it is also thanks to them that I have reached these levels », she emphasized with some pride. Thanks to horse riding, great love has also arrived. A relationship, the one between Paris Sellon and Martin Fuchs born between the obstacles of the competition fields and fueled by the passion for horses, so much so as to set up the “Twin Flames Horses” project, a scouting on the best European horses to bring them to the United States and create the champions of the future: “Martin and I work well together, we put great passion and we perfectly share the love and care of our horses, then each of us, also for style and characteristics in riding, maintains its prerogatives because doing everything always together would be too much! ?jokes Sellon.

Returning to the competitive aspect, Sellon is making its debut in Milan: «It’s my first time here at the Jumping Cup, and so far the horses have jumped very well. The terrain is very good, the race course is beautiful, the location of the racecourse, right in the center of the city, is excellent and the conditions are excellent. I am very happy to be here and I am satisfied with the performance of my horses, they feel at ease on this field. I had already visited Milan a few times, but not as much as I wanted … I hope to be able to do it in these days as I would like. “After the victories at the junior level with an individual bronze and a team silver, Paris Sellon is now looking to the future:” I feel I am constantly evolving from this point of view, I have a young horse that I am very passionate about and I hope to be able to compete at high levels: this is my goal for now “, concludes Paris with a broad smile, when we ask her if ‘Martin on top of the world whether or not it is a target. And there is no need to wait for an answer.




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Paris Sellon, daughter of the producers of “Friends” at Frecciarossa MJC 2022 “Bewitched by Jumping and Milan”. Sellon is not the first “daughter of” who approached the sport. In the history of horse riding also the daughter of the “Boss” Jessica Springsteen, Eva Jobs, the youngest daughter of the late Steve, the Apple guru and Jennifer Gates, obviously the daughter of “Microsoft Bill”.

Read also> Milan and Inter at the Frecciarossa Milano Jumping for the Fair Play award. In the race it is a blue triumph

Paparazzi in the field at the Frecciarossa Milan Jumping Cup 2022 to “steal” some shots of the beautiful – and ‘very spied’ by the public – Paris Sellon. The Californian rider has not only been engaged for more than five years with the world number 1 in show jumping, Martin Fuchsbut she is also the daughter of two of the most famous American TV series producers in the world. James Burrows di ?Friends?And? Cheers ?and Debbie Easton, the mom, who gave birth to cult series like ?The Big Bang Theory? and ?Frazier?.

It was her mother Debbie who introduced her to equestrian sports at the age of three, to then make her compete in the first race at the age of seven. Thus was born the love for horse riding, lived with great enthusiasm by her parents. «My father is a very calm and balanced person – said Paris between one race and another at the Milanese Jumping – and I think this helped me in approaching the horse in the race. My mother, on the other hand, is very competitive and this is a trait of her character that I inherited from her. These components have brought me this far so it is also thanks to them that I have reached these levels », she emphasized with some pride. Thanks to horse riding, great love has also arrived. A relationship, the one between Paris Sellon and Martin Fuchs born between the obstacles of the competition fields and fueled by the passion for horses, so much so as to set up the “Twin Flames Horses” project, a scouting on the best European horses to bring them to the United States and create the champions of the future: “Martin and I work well together, we put great passion and we perfectly share the love and care of our horses, then each of us, also for style and characteristics in riding, maintains its prerogatives because doing everything always together would be too much! ?jokes Sellon.

Returning to the competitive aspect, Sellon is making its debut in Milan: «It’s my first time here at the Jumping Cup, and so far the horses have jumped very well. The terrain is very good, the race course is beautiful, the location of the racecourse, right in the center of the city, is excellent and the conditions are excellent. I am very happy to be here and I am satisfied with the performance of my horses, they feel at ease on this field. I had already visited Milan a few times, but not as much as I wanted … I hope to be able to do it in these days as I would like. “After the victories at the junior level with an individual bronze and a team silver, Paris Sellon is now looking to the future:” I feel I am constantly evolving from this point of view, I have a young horse that I am very passionate about and I hope to be able to compete at high levels: this is my goal for now “, concludes Paris with a broad smile, when we ask her if ‘Martin on top of the world whether or not it is a target. And there is no need to wait for an answer.




Last updated: Saturday 25 June 2022, 18:36



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[date_timestamp] => 1656176789 ) [1] => Array ( [title] => U19-EM: Österreich benötigt Sieg gegen Serbien [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/sporting/u19-em-osterreich-benotigt-sieg-gegen-serbien/ [comments] => https://bbc-edition.com/sporting/u19-em-osterreich-benotigt-sieg-gegen-serbien/#respond [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Pauline Potteer ) [pubdate] => Sat, 25 Jun 2022 16:52:51 +0000 [category] => SportingbenötigtgegenÖsterreichSerbienSiegU19EM [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/sporting/u19-em-osterreich-benotigt-sieg-gegen-serbien/ [description] => U19-EM Das erste große Ziel hat Österreichs U19-Nationalteam bei der EM in der Slowakei verfehlt, das zweite ist aber noch zu erreichen. Die ÖFB-Junioren spielen am Samstag (20.00 Uhr, live in ORF Sport +) in Banska Bystrica gegen Serbien um Rang drei in Gruppe B und können mit einem Sieg die Chance auf ein Ticket ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

U19-EM


Das erste große Ziel hat Österreichs U19-Nationalteam bei der EM in der Slowakei verfehlt, das zweite ist aber noch zu erreichen. Die ÖFB-Junioren spielen am Samstag (20.00 Uhr, live in ORF Sport +) in Banska Bystrica gegen Serbien um Rang drei in Gruppe B und können mit einem Sieg die Chance auf ein Ticket für die U20-WM 2023 in Indonesien wahren.

Nach der erwartbaren 0:2-Niederlage zum Auftakt gegen Turniermitfavorit England setzte es eine 2:4-Pleite gegen Israel, damit ist das angepeilte EM-Halbfinale schon außer Reichweite.

?Die Enttäuschung war sehr groß. Es hat schon einiger Gespräche und Maßnahmen bedurft, um das aufzulockern und die Stimmung zu verbessern?, sagte U19-Teamchef Martin Scherb. ?Wir versuchen, uns gegenseitig aufzurichten. Ohne positive Energie werden wir am Samstag keine Chance haben?, betonte er.

Nur Sieg zählt für Österreich gegen Serbien

Weil Österreichs U19-Auswahl bei der Europameisterschaft in der Slowakei keine Chance mehr auf das Halbfinale hat, liegt der Fokus nun auf dem Erreichen von Gruppenplatz drei. Mit einem Sieg gegen Serbien würde man zumindest die Chance auf eine Teilnahme bei der U20-WM wahren.

Positiv ist, dass sich die Mannschaft um Kapitän Ervin Omic noch aus eigener Kraft für die WM qualifizieren kann. Dafür ist zunächst ein Sieg gegen Serbien und am Dienstag in Senec im Play-off gegen die Slowakei als Dritten der Gruppe A ein weiterer Erfolg nötig.

Noch einige Baustellen im Team

Das wird aber nur mit einer Leistungssteigerung funktionieren. Denn bisher konnten die jungen Spieler die hoch gesteckten Erwartungen nicht erfüllen. Durch die Ausfälle der Angreifer Muharem Huskovic und Philipp Wydra würde es offensiv an Durchschlagskraft fehlen, zudem wurden Fehler im Spielaufbau schonungslos bestraft, so Scherb. ?Das sind sehr junge Spieler, die in einer Entwicklung stecken, die Fehler machen. Leider ist das jetzt passiert?, sagte der Niederösterreicher.

Am Samstag erwartet er eine ?sehr robuste? serbische Mannschaft. ?Sie sind kampfkräftig und physisch stark. Wir müssen sie in den Zweikämpfen besser stellen als in den ersten Matches?, forderte Scherb und warnte vor allem vor Marko Lazetic, den 1,92 m großen Mittelstürmer des italienischen Meisters AC Milan.

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U19-EM


Das erste große Ziel hat Österreichs U19-Nationalteam bei der EM in der Slowakei verfehlt, das zweite ist aber noch zu erreichen. Die ÖFB-Junioren spielen am Samstag (20.00 Uhr, live in ORF Sport +) in Banska Bystrica gegen Serbien um Rang drei in Gruppe B und können mit einem Sieg die Chance auf ein Ticket für die U20-WM 2023 in Indonesien wahren.

Nach der erwartbaren 0:2-Niederlage zum Auftakt gegen Turniermitfavorit England setzte es eine 2:4-Pleite gegen Israel, damit ist das angepeilte EM-Halbfinale schon außer Reichweite.

?Die Enttäuschung war sehr groß. Es hat schon einiger Gespräche und Maßnahmen bedurft, um das aufzulockern und die Stimmung zu verbessern?, sagte U19-Teamchef Martin Scherb. ?Wir versuchen, uns gegenseitig aufzurichten. Ohne positive Energie werden wir am Samstag keine Chance haben?, betonte er.

Nur Sieg zählt für Österreich gegen Serbien

Weil Österreichs U19-Auswahl bei der Europameisterschaft in der Slowakei keine Chance mehr auf das Halbfinale hat, liegt der Fokus nun auf dem Erreichen von Gruppenplatz drei. Mit einem Sieg gegen Serbien würde man zumindest die Chance auf eine Teilnahme bei der U20-WM wahren.

Positiv ist, dass sich die Mannschaft um Kapitän Ervin Omic noch aus eigener Kraft für die WM qualifizieren kann. Dafür ist zunächst ein Sieg gegen Serbien und am Dienstag in Senec im Play-off gegen die Slowakei als Dritten der Gruppe A ein weiterer Erfolg nötig.

Noch einige Baustellen im Team

Das wird aber nur mit einer Leistungssteigerung funktionieren. Denn bisher konnten die jungen Spieler die hoch gesteckten Erwartungen nicht erfüllen. Durch die Ausfälle der Angreifer Muharem Huskovic und Philipp Wydra würde es offensiv an Durchschlagskraft fehlen, zudem wurden Fehler im Spielaufbau schonungslos bestraft, so Scherb. ?Das sind sehr junge Spieler, die in einer Entwicklung stecken, die Fehler machen. Leider ist das jetzt passiert?, sagte der Niederösterreicher.

Am Samstag erwartet er eine ?sehr robuste? serbische Mannschaft. ?Sie sind kampfkräftig und physisch stark. Wir müssen sie in den Zweikämpfen besser stellen als in den ersten Matches?, forderte Scherb und warnte vor allem vor Marko Lazetic, den 1,92 m großen Mittelstürmer des italienischen Meisters AC Milan.

[date_timestamp] => 1656175971 ) [2] => Array ( [title] => A Former SpaceX Chef Might Be Behind Your Next Pizza Delivery [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/space/a-former-spacex-chef-might-be-behind-your-next-pizza-delivery/ [comments] => https://bbc-edition.com/space/a-former-spacex-chef-might-be-behind-your-next-pizza-delivery/#respond [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hall ) [pubdate] => Sat, 25 Jun 2022 15:49:46 +0000 [category] => SpacechefdeliveryPizzaSpacex [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/space/a-former-spacex-chef-might-be-behind-your-next-pizza-delivery/ [description] => You wouldn?t think space exploration would have any influence on how a margherita pie is made, but a new Los Angeles company is drawing that far-out connection. Launching later this summer, Stellar Pizza hasn?t been shy about advertising its non-earthbound connections: last year, the start-up hired Ted Cizma, a Chicago-born chef who previously worked for ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

You wouldn?t think space exploration would have any influence on how a margherita pie is made, but a new Los Angeles company is drawing that far-out connection.

Launching later this summer, Stellar Pizza hasn?t been shy about advertising its non-earthbound connections: last year, the start-up hired Ted Cizma, a Chicago-born chef who previously worked for Elon Musk to feed 12,000 SpaceX employees. (Now, Stellar Pizza counts numerous SpaceX alumni, including 24 former engineers, among its staff.) But while Cizma, who calls himself the Rocket Chef, might be in charge of coming up with the company?s recipes, his creations won?t be made with human hands.

In a press release, the founders of Stellar Pizza announced that the company has invented a truck manned entirely by machines (with the exception of old-fashioned human drivers) that can ?deliver a larger quantity of fresh, made-to-order pizzas? perfectly timed to arrive at the homes of pie-hungry customers.

Courtesy of Stellar Pizza

Though the pizza purveyor on wheels might be the most ostentatious robotic food company to tout its futuristic tech connections (an astronaut theme permeates the website), it is hardly the first. Since the mid-2010s, companies and entrepreneurs have toyed with the (controversial) idea of replacing food workers with machines, but have mostly kept the automation confined to front of house. Now, a growing number of companies are getting robots involved in the culinary arts?particularly when it comes to pizza.

Earlier this month, Nala Robotics, an Illinois-based tech company specializing in artificial intelligence, announced its latest product: Pizzaiola, a voice-controlled and fully automated commercial kitchen with technology that can serve up not just its namesake food but also burgers, wings, pastas, and salads.

According to Cizma, these kinds of changes are a reflection of the current reality: ?The combination of fractured supply chains, rising labor and food costs, as well as consumers? increasing desire to obtain meals on their own terms, will drive the growth and development of technologically advanced food making machines and equipment.?

While sci-fi writers have long imagined that robots would one day handle the day-to-day drudgery of preparing and serving what we eat, the ramifications have often been imagined as a Star Trek-esque utopia or a Hitchhiker?s Guide to the Galaxy farce. But for restaurant workers, the notion of machines taking over the kitchen has been a simmering threat. In 2018, nearly 50,000 Las Vegas food workers threatened to strike in a move partially inspired by fears they would be replaced. A 2020 survey published in the Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research found that respondents were generally concerned about the societal implications that food-service robots would have for workers.

Now, as the industry is undergoing a major overhaul?with COVID-19 serving as a catalyst?the future is unclear when it comes to machines entering the food space. For Cizma, it?s a matter of adapting to the moment: ?The pandemic has impacted the hospitality workforce to such an extent that I believe it is irreversibly changed. Operators will need to embrace technology not just to succeed, but to survive.?

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You wouldn?t think space exploration would have any influence on how a margherita pie is made, but a new Los Angeles company is drawing that far-out connection.

Launching later this summer, Stellar Pizza hasn?t been shy about advertising its non-earthbound connections: last year, the start-up hired Ted Cizma, a Chicago-born chef who previously worked for Elon Musk to feed 12,000 SpaceX employees. (Now, Stellar Pizza counts numerous SpaceX alumni, including 24 former engineers, among its staff.) But while Cizma, who calls himself the Rocket Chef, might be in charge of coming up with the company?s recipes, his creations won?t be made with human hands.

In a press release, the founders of Stellar Pizza announced that the company has invented a truck manned entirely by machines (with the exception of old-fashioned human drivers) that can ?deliver a larger quantity of fresh, made-to-order pizzas? perfectly timed to arrive at the homes of pie-hungry customers.

Courtesy of Stellar Pizza

Though the pizza purveyor on wheels might be the most ostentatious robotic food company to tout its futuristic tech connections (an astronaut theme permeates the website), it is hardly the first. Since the mid-2010s, companies and entrepreneurs have toyed with the (controversial) idea of replacing food workers with machines, but have mostly kept the automation confined to front of house. Now, a growing number of companies are getting robots involved in the culinary arts?particularly when it comes to pizza.

Earlier this month, Nala Robotics, an Illinois-based tech company specializing in artificial intelligence, announced its latest product: Pizzaiola, a voice-controlled and fully automated commercial kitchen with technology that can serve up not just its namesake food but also burgers, wings, pastas, and salads.

According to Cizma, these kinds of changes are a reflection of the current reality: ?The combination of fractured supply chains, rising labor and food costs, as well as consumers? increasing desire to obtain meals on their own terms, will drive the growth and development of technologically advanced food making machines and equipment.?

While sci-fi writers have long imagined that robots would one day handle the day-to-day drudgery of preparing and serving what we eat, the ramifications have often been imagined as a Star Trek-esque utopia or a Hitchhiker?s Guide to the Galaxy farce. But for restaurant workers, the notion of machines taking over the kitchen has been a simmering threat. In 2018, nearly 50,000 Las Vegas food workers threatened to strike in a move partially inspired by fears they would be replaced. A 2020 survey published in the Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research found that respondents were generally concerned about the societal implications that food-service robots would have for workers.

Now, as the industry is undergoing a major overhaul?with COVID-19 serving as a catalyst?the future is unclear when it comes to machines entering the food space. For Cizma, it?s a matter of adapting to the moment: ?The pandemic has impacted the hospitality workforce to such an extent that I believe it is irreversibly changed. Operators will need to embrace technology not just to succeed, but to survive.?

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Music that kicks the holidays in the right direction! The Czech-Slovak psychedelic guitar band Science Killer, based in Brno, has released their second single “Blackbirds”, foreshadowing the album of the same name, which will be released on July 1 on Kabinet Records. The recording will also be available on the same day on the Spotify and Bandcamp streaming platforms. The baptism is planned for the autumn in the Cabinet of the Municipal Office (the date will be specified). The vocals lost in the echoes of the endless reverb and the dreamy atmosphere are sometimes rippled by a snarling guitar. The band Science Killer is a Brno guitarist whose natural environment is psychedelia, shoegaze, noise, rock and blues. At concerts, you can feel the influences of the garage and hypnotic repetitions, which follow the original tradition of blues. The new album “Blackbirds” was recorded by a band of three, ie Martin Belá? (guitar, synth, vocals), Marek Hampl (drums, vocals) and Ivo Lorenc (bass, guitar), but the composition of the songs led to the addition of a fourth member. This was ?imon Podrazil with his guitar for the upcoming concerts. The first two Science Killer albums, “Lo-Fi Lone Wolf” and “Trip To the Moon and Back”, were released only on MC. The first vinyl titled “Songs About Love and Other Strange Feelings” was released in collaboration with Kabinet Records in 2020. The album “Blackbirds” will be released on July 1 on the same label and will be the band’s fourth act. It was recorded in December 2021 at Golden Hive Studios – Prague under the supervision of the very experienced Amák. The first single was the song “Blue” with an animated video clip. The cover art is the fault of Julie Marie Valentová, who is the younger sister of bassist Ivo Lorenc. The drawing was then converted into digital form and a complete visual by Ivo Lorenc himself. In the second single “Blackbirds” you can hear a bit unusual for the band, but even more pronounced soul singing by Marie Klemensová, who is a guest in the song.

) [wfw] => Array ( [commentrss] => https://bbc-edition.com/music/science-killer-releases-new-studio-album-blackbirds/feed/ ) [slash] => Array ( [comments] => 0 ) [summary] => Music that kicks the holidays in the right direction! The Czech-Slovak psychedelic guitar band Science Killer, based in Brno, has released their second single “Blackbirds”, foreshadowing the album of the same name, which will be released on July 1 on Kabinet Records. The recording will also be available on the same day on the Spotify ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Music that kicks the holidays in the right direction! The Czech-Slovak psychedelic guitar band Science Killer, based in Brno, has released their second single “Blackbirds”, foreshadowing the album of the same name, which will be released on July 1 on Kabinet Records. The recording will also be available on the same day on the Spotify and Bandcamp streaming platforms. The baptism is planned for the autumn in the Cabinet of the Municipal Office (the date will be specified). The vocals lost in the echoes of the endless reverb and the dreamy atmosphere are sometimes rippled by a snarling guitar. The band Science Killer is a Brno guitarist whose natural environment is psychedelia, shoegaze, noise, rock and blues. At concerts, you can feel the influences of the garage and hypnotic repetitions, which follow the original tradition of blues. The new album “Blackbirds” was recorded by a band of three, ie Martin Belá? (guitar, synth, vocals), Marek Hampl (drums, vocals) and Ivo Lorenc (bass, guitar), but the composition of the songs led to the addition of a fourth member. This was ?imon Podrazil with his guitar for the upcoming concerts. The first two Science Killer albums, “Lo-Fi Lone Wolf” and “Trip To the Moon and Back”, were released only on MC. The first vinyl titled “Songs About Love and Other Strange Feelings” was released in collaboration with Kabinet Records in 2020. The album “Blackbirds” will be released on July 1 on the same label and will be the band’s fourth act. It was recorded in December 2021 at Golden Hive Studios – Prague under the supervision of the very experienced Amák. The first single was the song “Blue” with an animated video clip. The cover art is the fault of Julie Marie Valentová, who is the younger sister of bassist Ivo Lorenc. The drawing was then converted into digital form and a complete visual by Ivo Lorenc himself. In the second single “Blackbirds” you can hear a bit unusual for the band, but even more pronounced soul singing by Marie Klemensová, who is a guest in the song.

[date_timestamp] => 1656170978 ) [4] => Array ( [title] => Mercato Mercato: Longoria is targeting a former darling of PSG and Real Madrid to launch recruitment! [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/international/mercato-mercato-longoria-is-targeting-a-former-darling-of-psg-and-real-madrid-to-launch-recruitment/ [comments] => https://bbc-edition.com/international/mercato-mercato-longoria-is-targeting-a-former-darling-of-psg-and-real-madrid-to-launch-recruitment/#respond [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Harry Rivers ) [pubdate] => Sat, 25 Jun 2022 15:11:45 +0000 [category] => InternationaldarlingLaunchLongoriaMadridMercatoPSGrealrecruitmenttargeting [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/international/mercato-mercato-longoria-is-targeting-a-former-darling-of-psg-and-real-madrid-to-launch-recruitment/ [description] => Zapping But! Football Club Should we sell Gerson in the event of a good offer? Pablo Longoria gave more information on OM’s summer transfer window today. “We have targeted the positions that we want to strengthen and those in which we need to improve,” he explained on the official website of the Marseille club. At ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Zapping But! Football Club Should we sell Gerson in the event of a good offer?

Pablo Longoria gave more information on OM’s summer transfer window today. “We have targeted the positions that we want to strengthen and those in which we need to improve,” he explained on the official website of the Marseille club. At the moment, we are facing a very speculative market. We therefore have our objectives but we must remain consistent with this trend, he underlined. This consistency must also be reflected in our playing identity, with profiles of players determined to join us through this idea of ??building the team and who wish to fully commit to the club’s project. These are the basics. Then we operate by priority. »

Szoboszlai en prêt?

Could the priority be called Dominik Szoboszlai? The question may arise since Mundo Deportivo announced that the RB Leipzig midfielder was being followed by the Marseille club! At 21, the Hungarian international would also be in the sights of Real Sociedad in Spain. This kind of “top player” may seem out of reach for OM and Marseille fans were not mistaken because they prefer to laugh about it on Twitter. And for good reason, the left winger was in the sights of PSG and Real Madrid before committing to the German club in January 2021. Under contract until June 2026, Szoboszlai is estimated at 28 million euros per the Transfermarkt platform.

to summarize

While Pablo Longoria gave a long interview to the official OM website, a slightly eccentric rumor arrived directly from Spain. It concerns a certain Dominik Szoboszlai (RB Leipzig, 21) … already targeted by PSG and Real Madrid!

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Zapping But! Football Club Should we sell Gerson in the event of a good offer?

Pablo Longoria gave more information on OM’s summer transfer window today. “We have targeted the positions that we want to strengthen and those in which we need to improve,” he explained on the official website of the Marseille club. At the moment, we are facing a very speculative market. We therefore have our objectives but we must remain consistent with this trend, he underlined. This consistency must also be reflected in our playing identity, with profiles of players determined to join us through this idea of ??building the team and who wish to fully commit to the club’s project. These are the basics. Then we operate by priority. »

Szoboszlai en prêt?

Could the priority be called Dominik Szoboszlai? The question may arise since Mundo Deportivo announced that the RB Leipzig midfielder was being followed by the Marseille club! At 21, the Hungarian international would also be in the sights of Real Sociedad in Spain. This kind of “top player” may seem out of reach for OM and Marseille fans were not mistaken because they prefer to laugh about it on Twitter. And for good reason, the left winger was in the sights of PSG and Real Madrid before committing to the German club in January 2021. Under contract until June 2026, Szoboszlai is estimated at 28 million euros per the Transfermarkt platform.

to summarize

While Pablo Longoria gave a long interview to the official OM website, a slightly eccentric rumor arrived directly from Spain. It concerns a certain Dominik Szoboszlai (RB Leipzig, 21) … already targeted by PSG and Real Madrid!

[date_timestamp] => 1656169905 ) [5] => Array ( [title] => Call of Duty Warzone: How to Get the UGM-8 Light Machine Gun in Season 4 [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/hobbies/call-of-duty-warzone-how-to-get-the-ugm-8-light-machine-gun-in-season-4/ [comments] => https://bbc-edition.com/hobbies/call-of-duty-warzone-how-to-get-the-ugm-8-light-machine-gun-in-season-4/#respond [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Harry Rivers ) [pubdate] => Sat, 25 Jun 2022 15:10:39 +0000 [category] => HobbiesCallDUTYGunLightmachineSeasonUGM8Warzone [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/hobbies/call-of-duty-warzone-how-to-get-the-ugm-8-light-machine-gun-in-season-4/ [description] => Call of Duty Warzone and Vanguard Season 4 has already started on PC and consoles. And the truth is that it comes loaded with news: Caldera map changes, new Rebirth Island as Fortune’s Keepnew weapons, events, collaboration with Terminator… All of that is now available for both Call of Duty games. Perhaps among so many ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Call of Duty Warzone and Vanguard Season 4 has already started on PC and consoles. And the truth is that it comes loaded with news: Caldera map changes, new Rebirth Island as Fortune’s Keepnew weapons, events, collaboration with Terminator…

All of that is now available for both Call of Duty games. Perhaps among so many novelties you do not remember the UGM-8 light machine gunnew weapon that you can already try in the Battle Royale.

VIDEO

Call of Duty Warzone Pacific Season 4: Lucky Mercenaries – Cinematic

Powerful like other machine guns and fast like an assault rifle. The best virtue of UGM-8 is that It is very versatile and accessible.although it also has its weak points (the capacity of its chargers).

What is certain is that you will be looking forward to trying this new weapon in Season 4 Lucky Mercenaries. How is it achieved? Find out in our guide: Unlock the UGM-8 light machine gun in Call of Duty Warzone.

Unlock the UGM-8 light machine gun

Activision Blizzard describes this new weapon as follows: ”High rate of fire mobile LMG that excels at creating suppressive fire and pushing enemy positions”.

Indeed, the UGM-8 machine gun is a perfect hybrid between assault rifle and LMG (light machine gun), since it has the virtues of both types of weapon.

On the one hand we find a very accessible machine gun, which weighs less than usual and doesn’t have as much recoil as other LMGs. And be careful, because this does not reduce the damage rate of the weapon at all.

Of course, not everything is infallible. The biggest weak point of the UGM-8 is the capacity of its magazines. It will be quite common that we have to reload, because a few bursts of this beast are worth their weight in gold.

How can we use the UGM-8 light machine gun? Unfortunately it is not available from the beginning, unless we want to checkout. You can buy it for real money in the Call of Duty Warzone store.

For the rest of us mortals, the only way to unlock the UGM-8 machine gun is via battle pass. As the games go by, we will get XP and level up, as in previous seasons.

The UGM-8 light machine gun unlocks at tier 31 of the season 4 battle pass Lucky mercenaries. Once you reach this level, you will be able to use the weapon in Warzone and Vanguard.

From there, you will have to complete UGM-8 themed challenges to get all your accessories. For example, kill x number of enemies, chain killstreaks…

The best free games for PC and consoles that you can download right now (2022)

Free games for PC and consoles in 2022

When season 4 ends, the only way to get the UGM-8 light machine gun will be by completing a themed challenge in Call of Duty Warzone. Of course, for that there are still a few months, so enjoy while you can.

Do you usually play Call of Duty Warzone o Vanguard? If so, we recommend you take a look at the following guides on Hobby Consoles: The NZ-41 with the best ”time to kill” to destroy, Best HDR Sniper rifle class in season 3, or The best BAR to destroy in Boiler.

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Call of Duty Warzone and Vanguard Season 4 has already started on PC and consoles. And the truth is that it comes loaded with news: Caldera map changes, new Rebirth Island as Fortune’s Keepnew weapons, events, collaboration with Terminator…

All of that is now available for both Call of Duty games. Perhaps among so many novelties you do not remember the UGM-8 light machine gunnew weapon that you can already try in the Battle Royale.

VIDEO

Call of Duty Warzone Pacific Season 4: Lucky Mercenaries – Cinematic

Powerful like other machine guns and fast like an assault rifle. The best virtue of UGM-8 is that It is very versatile and accessible.although it also has its weak points (the capacity of its chargers).

What is certain is that you will be looking forward to trying this new weapon in Season 4 Lucky Mercenaries. How is it achieved? Find out in our guide: Unlock the UGM-8 light machine gun in Call of Duty Warzone.

Unlock the UGM-8 light machine gun

Activision Blizzard describes this new weapon as follows: ”High rate of fire mobile LMG that excels at creating suppressive fire and pushing enemy positions”.

Indeed, the UGM-8 machine gun is a perfect hybrid between assault rifle and LMG (light machine gun), since it has the virtues of both types of weapon.

On the one hand we find a very accessible machine gun, which weighs less than usual and doesn’t have as much recoil as other LMGs. And be careful, because this does not reduce the damage rate of the weapon at all.

Of course, not everything is infallible. The biggest weak point of the UGM-8 is the capacity of its magazines. It will be quite common that we have to reload, because a few bursts of this beast are worth their weight in gold.

How can we use the UGM-8 light machine gun? Unfortunately it is not available from the beginning, unless we want to checkout. You can buy it for real money in the Call of Duty Warzone store.

For the rest of us mortals, the only way to unlock the UGM-8 machine gun is via battle pass. As the games go by, we will get XP and level up, as in previous seasons.

The UGM-8 light machine gun unlocks at tier 31 of the season 4 battle pass Lucky mercenaries. Once you reach this level, you will be able to use the weapon in Warzone and Vanguard.

From there, you will have to complete UGM-8 themed challenges to get all your accessories. For example, kill x number of enemies, chain killstreaks…

The best free games for PC and consoles that you can download right now (2022)

Free games for PC and consoles in 2022

When season 4 ends, the only way to get the UGM-8 light machine gun will be by completing a themed challenge in Call of Duty Warzone. Of course, for that there are still a few months, so enjoy while you can.

Do you usually play Call of Duty Warzone o Vanguard? If so, we recommend you take a look at the following guides on Hobby Consoles: The NZ-41 with the best ”time to kill” to destroy, Best HDR Sniper rifle class in season 3, or The best BAR to destroy in Boiler.

[date_timestamp] => 1656169839 ) [6] => Array ( [title] => Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift release song together [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/entertainment/ed-sheeran-and-taylor-swift-release-song-together/ [comments] => https://bbc-edition.com/entertainment/ed-sheeran-and-taylor-swift-release-song-together/#respond [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Sandy Richardson ) [pubdate] => Sat, 25 Jun 2022 14:59:40 +0000 [category] => EntertainmentReleaseSheeransongSwiftTaylor [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/entertainment/ed-sheeran-and-taylor-swift-release-song-together/ [description] => “The Joker and the Queen” Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift release song together Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift have been close friends for years. © imago/ZUMA Press 11.02.2022, 08:47 1 min reading time Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift are releasing a joint version of the hit “The Joker and the Queen” this Friday. Ed Sheeran ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

“The Joker and the Queen”
Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift release song together

Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift have been close friends for years.

© imago/ZUMA Press

Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift are releasing a joint version of the hit “The Joker and the Queen” this Friday.

Ed Sheeran already announced it on the red carpet of the Brit Awards, now action has followed: He has released a song together with his good friend Taylor Swift. On Instagram he presented an excerpt from the play.

Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift have recorded a new version of ‘The Joker and the Queen’

Fans had previously speculated that the song could be a new version of his hit “The Joker and the Queen.” This has been confirmed. The ballad originally premiered on Sheeran’s fifth studio album “=” in 2021.

In the “People of today” gallery above you will find compact VIP news to click through.

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“The Joker and the Queen”
Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift release song together

Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift have been close friends for years.

© imago/ZUMA Press

Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift are releasing a joint version of the hit “The Joker and the Queen” this Friday.

Ed Sheeran already announced it on the red carpet of the Brit Awards, now action has followed: He has released a song together with his good friend Taylor Swift. On Instagram he presented an excerpt from the play.

Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift have recorded a new version of ‘The Joker and the Queen’

Fans had previously speculated that the song could be a new version of his hit “The Joker and the Queen.” This has been confirmed. The ballad originally premiered on Sheeran’s fifth studio album “=” in 2021.

In the “People of today” gallery above you will find compact VIP news to click through.

SpotOnNews

[date_timestamp] => 1656169180 ) [7] => Array ( [title] => Moto2, GP Olanda ad Assen. Joe Roberts il più veloce nelle prove libere. 8° Vietti [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/sporting/moto2-gp-olanda-ad-assen-joe-roberts-il-piu-veloce-nelle-prove-libere-8-vietti/ [comments] => https://bbc-edition.com/sporting/moto2-gp-olanda-ad-assen-joe-roberts-il-piu-veloce-nelle-prove-libere-8-vietti/#respond [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Pauline Potteer ) [pubdate] => Sat, 25 Jun 2022 14:20:42 +0000 [category] => SportingAssengp olandaJoelibérémoto 2moto2nelleOlandapiùproveRobertsveloceVietti [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/sporting/moto2-gp-olanda-ad-assen-joe-roberts-il-piu-veloce-nelle-prove-libere-8-vietti/ [description] => Joe Roberts davanti a tutti. L?americano torna protagonista nelle libere di Assen, ma Fernandez, scivolata a parte, ha confermato di essere in crescita, dopo la vittoria in Germania, piazzandosi alle spalle dell?americano e davanti ad Albert Arenas. Ogura con il quarto tempo apre la sfida al podio insieme allo spagnolo della Ktm, per dare una ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Joe Roberts davanti a tutti. L?americano torna protagonista nelle libere di Assen, ma Fernandez, scivolata a parte, ha confermato di essere in crescita, dopo la vittoria in Germania, piazzandosi alle spalle dell?americano e davanti ad Albert Arenas. Ogura con il quarto tempo apre la sfida al podio insieme allo spagnolo della Ktm, per dare una svolta al campionato dove il giapponese insidia la vetta staccato di otto punti e Augusto insegue al terzo posto, distanziato di dodici lunghezze.

Il venerdì di Canet e Vietti

Canet e Vietti hanno chiuso l?uno alle spalle dell?altro. Il leader del mondiale ha rimediato alla pessima partenza del mattino, sotto la pioggia, risalendo fino all?ottavo posto al pomeriggio con l?asfalto asciutto, anticipato da Araon che ha chiuso il secondo turno soccorso da dottor Charte accorso al suo box quando lo spagnolo ha cominciato a perdere sangue dal naso. Classifica virtuale, ma importante perché l?incertezza delle previsioni per il terzo turno di libere, potrebbe lasciare le posizioni così come sono. Tutti in ancora in ballo quindi, in un week end che può avere diverse protagonisti, a seconda delle condizioni della pista. Aldeguer e Lopez hanno portato le Speed Up di Boscoscuro al quinto e sesto tempo, mentre Arbolino che aveva sorpreso al mattino con l?asfalto bagnato è scivolato al pomeriggio fino al tredicesimo posto. Alle spalle di Chantra, anche lui più brillante in Fp1. Come Sam Lowes, resuscitato con il podio in Germania, ma oggi finito fuori dalla top quattordici (l?inglese è diciottesimo nella combinata) a causa di una scivolata. Partenza in salita anche per l?eroe del Sachsenring (finito ai piedi del podio semi svenuto) tornato sui suoi livelli abituali (solo diciassettesimo). Giornata no anche per Dixon, partito ben in Fp1, poi caduto in Fp2 per chiudere la prima giornata di libere al ventesimo posto.

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Joe Roberts davanti a tutti. L?americano torna protagonista nelle libere di Assen, ma Fernandez, scivolata a parte, ha confermato di essere in crescita, dopo la vittoria in Germania, piazzandosi alle spalle dell?americano e davanti ad Albert Arenas. Ogura con il quarto tempo apre la sfida al podio insieme allo spagnolo della Ktm, per dare una svolta al campionato dove il giapponese insidia la vetta staccato di otto punti e Augusto insegue al terzo posto, distanziato di dodici lunghezze.

Il venerdì di Canet e Vietti

Canet e Vietti hanno chiuso l?uno alle spalle dell?altro. Il leader del mondiale ha rimediato alla pessima partenza del mattino, sotto la pioggia, risalendo fino all?ottavo posto al pomeriggio con l?asfalto asciutto, anticipato da Araon che ha chiuso il secondo turno soccorso da dottor Charte accorso al suo box quando lo spagnolo ha cominciato a perdere sangue dal naso. Classifica virtuale, ma importante perché l?incertezza delle previsioni per il terzo turno di libere, potrebbe lasciare le posizioni così come sono. Tutti in ancora in ballo quindi, in un week end che può avere diverse protagonisti, a seconda delle condizioni della pista. Aldeguer e Lopez hanno portato le Speed Up di Boscoscuro al quinto e sesto tempo, mentre Arbolino che aveva sorpreso al mattino con l?asfalto bagnato è scivolato al pomeriggio fino al tredicesimo posto. Alle spalle di Chantra, anche lui più brillante in Fp1. Come Sam Lowes, resuscitato con il podio in Germania, ma oggi finito fuori dalla top quattordici (l?inglese è diciottesimo nella combinata) a causa di una scivolata. Partenza in salita anche per l?eroe del Sachsenring (finito ai piedi del podio semi svenuto) tornato sui suoi livelli abituali (solo diciassettesimo). Giornata no anche per Dixon, partito ben in Fp1, poi caduto in Fp2 per chiudere la prima giornata di libere al ventesimo posto.

[date_timestamp] => 1656166842 ) [8] => Array ( [title] => UK announces plans to tackle SPACE JUNK with £5m investment in tech to remove debris [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/space/uk-announces-plans-to-tackle-space-junk-with-5m-investment-in-tech-to-remove-debris/ [comments] => https://bbc-edition.com/space/uk-announces-plans-to-tackle-space-junk-with-5m-investment-in-tech-to-remove-debris/#respond [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hall ) [pubdate] => Sat, 25 Jun 2022 14:19:33 +0000 [category] => SpaceannouncesdailymailDebrisinvestmentjunkPlansremovesciencetechspacetackletechUK Government News and updates on the British Cabinet [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/space/uk-announces-plans-to-tackle-space-junk-with-5m-investment-in-tech-to-remove-debris/ [description] => The UK government has announced plans for an ‘RAC for space’ as part of its vision to tackle millions of shards of debris clogging up near-Earth orbit. It also wants to improve the sustainability of future space missions, with Science Minister George Freeman issuing a stern warning to the likes of Russia and China that ‘the ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The UK government has announced plans for an ‘RAC for space’ as part of its vision to tackle millions of shards of debris clogging up near-Earth orbit.

It also wants to improve the sustainability of future space missions, with Science Minister George Freeman issuing a stern warning to the likes of Russia and China that ‘the days of putting up whatever they want have got to be over’.

He said a ‘Wild West’ space race without effective regulation would only serve to increase the growing threat of debris in orbit, including hundreds of old satellites.

Mr Freeman also told MailOnline that he expected Elon Musk to fall in line with Britain’s push for space sustainability, adding that the need for action was not something the US billionaire could ignore.

Critics of Musk say his Starlink constellation is hogging space, with both China and the European Space Agency taking aim at his satellite-internet system, but the Tesla founder has rubbished these fears.

The UK government’s raft of new measures includes regulating commercial satellite launches, rewarding companies that minimise their footprint on the Earth’s orbit, and dishing out an additional £5 million for technologies to clean up space junk.

Mr Freeman compared the need for greater regulation in space to what was required in the shipping industry during the 17th century and with cars in the 20th.

‘London set the standards for shipping, before leading the way in rail regulation and then on the roads,’ he told MailOnline.

‘If we do the same in space, with the UK flag seen as a symbol of the highest quality, then other nations will follow.

‘London can become the capital of space insurance and industry.’

Warning: The UK government has announced plans to tackle space junk by slapping the reins on a ‘Wild West’ approach of clogging near-Earth orbit with hundreds of old satellites and millions of shards of debris (stock image)

HOW MANY ITEMS ARE THERE IN ORBIT?

  • Rocket launches since 1957: 6,200
  • Number of satellites in orbit: 13,100
  • Number still in space: 8,410
  • Number still functioning: 5,800
  • Number of debris objects: 31,500
  • Break-ups, explosions etc: 630
  • Mass of objects in orbit: 9,900 tons
  • Prediction of the amount of debris in orbit using statistical models
  • Over 10cm: 36,500
  • 1cm to 10cm: 1,000,000
  • 1mm to 1cm: 130 million

Source: European Space Agency

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Mr Freeman said he had been in talks with major players in the space industry, including Virgin Orbit, Inmarsat and OneWeb, and all were keen to throw their backing behind ‘an RAC for the space sector’ and making Britain a world leader in space sustainability.

‘Virgin are very interested,’ he said, before adding that Musk’s SpaceX would also be likely to follow any global sustainability drive ‘rather than be left out in the cold’.

Musk’s Starlink network of satellites, as well as the UK-headquartered OneWeb initiative, are leading the new wave of constellations, and have between them launched over 2,000 satellites.

However, both have plans for many more, along with other nations and companies, including Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and his Project Kuiper network.

Mr Freeman said a new ‘Kitemark’ standard could involve a traffic light system to show how sustainable a particular satellite was, with green for the most and red the worst.

More sustainable launches, being powered by solar panels, and having a contract with a company such as Harwell-based Astroscale to repair the satellite could all be green ticks toward the Kitemark.

This is as opposed to a satellite which has to be brought into the upper atmosphere to be burnt up and destroyed ? a type of pollution that Mr Freeman said experts had been unable to tell him the impact of.

There are already concerns about the threat posed by 400 redundant satellites and a million pieces of debris, he added, with the growing volume seen as both environmentally and commercially unsustainable.

Swift action is therefore required to clean up the Earth’s orbit, as well as to ensure future projects minimise their footprint through recyclable manufacturing, retrieving satellites and mitigating any debris.

An estimated 13,100 satellites have been launched into orbit since 1957, according to the European Space Agency, with 8,410 remaining in space and 5,800 still functioning.

The total mass of all objects in orbit is said to equate to around 9,900 tonnes, while statistical models suggests there are 130 million pieces of debris from 1mm to 1cm in size.

Clusters of satellites, including SpaceX's Starlink constellation (pictured), all orbiting about 300 miles above the surface of the Earth, increase the risk of collisions, critics say

Clusters of satellites, including SpaceX’s Starlink constellation (pictured), all orbiting about 300 miles above the surface of the Earth, increase the risk of collisions, critics say

Elon Musk’s SpaceX Starlink satellites are responsible for over HALF of close encounters in orbit

Over half of all close encounters in orbit between objects are caused by SpaceX Starlink satellites – even with just 1,500 of a planned 12,000 launched so far, data shows.

Satellite operators such as SpaceX are constantly forced to make adjustments to avoid encounters with other spacecraft and pieces of debris.

With hundreds of Starlink satellites in orbit, the number of dangerous approaches will continue to grow, according to a study by the University of Southampton.

Researchers found that Starlink satellites are involved in an average of 1,600 close encounters with other spacecraft every week, including some where the two objects come within about half a mile of each other, according to a Space.com report.

If two spacecraft do crash in orbit then they would generate a cloud of debris that would in turn threaten other satellites operating in the same region of space.

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The minister unveiled the Plan for Space Sustainability in a speech to the 4th Summit for Space Sustainability at the Science Museum in London.

‘To harness space for sustainability, we need an agreed framework of standards for measuring and managing debris, improving satellite repair and retrieval and kite-marking genuinely sustainable supply chains,’ Mr Freeman said.

‘As it was with shipping in the 17th century and cars in the 20th, the key will be regulation which enforces good industry standards and reduces the cost of insurance and finance for a satellite launch which can show it is compliant.’

He added: ‘This plan will ensure a safe and sustainable commercial space sector which rewards responsible satellite programs by lowering the costs of launch licenses and insurance for sustainable satellites and space missions.’

Mr Freeman said the government would work with industry to establish a new Space Sustainability Standard, aimed at incentivising companies to adopt best practice in space sustainability and recognising those that minimise their footprint in orbit.

This new standard will be developed and tested by industry and academia, in partnership with government and the Civil Aviation Authority ? the UK spaceflight regulator.

Mr Freeman also confirmed that the UK would undertake a regulatory review to incentivise sustainable practises, investment and growth, allowing today’s latest innovations in technologies such as Active Debris Removal (ADR), In-Orbit Servicing and Manufacturing (IOSM) and sustainable development to become tomorrow?s norms in space operation.

He said the government’s existing ADR programme, seen as a key tool in cleaning up space junk in Earth’s orbit, would receive £5 million funding for its latest phase.

It was also announced that the National Space Surveillance and Tracking Programme, which recently received an additional £5 million funding, would include a new ‘monitor your satellites’ collision assessment service.

This has now opened for registration for all UK licensed satellite operators following successful trials with a number of companies.

The government wants to ensure that the UK’s regulatory regime evolves in line with advances in technology, thereby leading the way on protecting the space operating environment.

This is expected to include work alongside industry, academia and insurers to explore ways of lowering insurance premiums for sustainable missions.

Dr Paul Bate, chief executive of the UK Space Agency, said: ‘Space sustainability is a complex challenge requiring a variety of solutions, but it also presents a significant opportunity for the UK to demonstrate global leadership.

‘We’re developing new missions and capabilities to improve how we track objects in orbit and accelerate technologies such as active debris removal, while setting new standards and working closely with international partners to keep space open for future generations.’

WHAT IS SPACE JUNK? MORE THAN 170 MILLION PIECES OF DEAD SATELLITES, SPENT ROCKETS AND FLAKES OF PAINT POSE ‘THREAT’ TO SPACE INDUSTRY

There are an estimated 170 million pieces of so-called ‘space junk’ – left behind after missions that can be as big as spent rocket stages or as small as paint flakes – in orbit alongside some US$700 billion (£555bn) of space infrastructure.

But only 27,000 are tracked, and with the fragments able to travel at speeds above 16,777 mph (27,000kmh), even tiny pieces could seriously damage or destroy satellites.

However, traditional gripping methods don’t work in space, as suction cups do not function in a vacuum and temperatures are too cold for substances like tape and glue.

Grippers based around magnets are useless because most of the debris in orbit around Earth is not magnetic.

Around 500,000 pieces of human-made debris (artist’s impression) currently orbit our planet, made up of disused satellites, bits of spacecraft and spent rockets

Most proposed solutions, including debris harpoons, either require or cause forceful interaction with the debris, which could push those objects in unintended, unpredictable directions.

Scientists point to two events that have badly worsened the problem of space junk.

The first was in February 2009, when an Iridium telecoms satellite and Kosmos-2251, a Russian military satellite, accidentally collided.

The second was in January 2007, when China tested an anti-satellite weapon on an old Fengyun weather satellite.

Experts also pointed to two sites that have become worryingly cluttered.

One is low Earth orbit which is used by satnav satellites, the ISS, China’s manned missions and the Hubble telescope, among others.

The other is in geostationary orbit, and is used by communications, weather and surveillance satellites that must maintain a fixed position relative to Earth.

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The UK government has announced plans for an ‘RAC for space’ as part of its vision to tackle millions of shards of debris clogging up near-Earth orbit.

It also wants to improve the sustainability of future space missions, with Science Minister George Freeman issuing a stern warning to the likes of Russia and China that ‘the days of putting up whatever they want have got to be over’.

He said a ‘Wild West’ space race without effective regulation would only serve to increase the growing threat of debris in orbit, including hundreds of old satellites.

Mr Freeman also told MailOnline that he expected Elon Musk to fall in line with Britain’s push for space sustainability, adding that the need for action was not something the US billionaire could ignore.

Critics of Musk say his Starlink constellation is hogging space, with both China and the European Space Agency taking aim at his satellite-internet system, but the Tesla founder has rubbished these fears.

The UK government’s raft of new measures includes regulating commercial satellite launches, rewarding companies that minimise their footprint on the Earth’s orbit, and dishing out an additional £5 million for technologies to clean up space junk.

Mr Freeman compared the need for greater regulation in space to what was required in the shipping industry during the 17th century and with cars in the 20th.

‘London set the standards for shipping, before leading the way in rail regulation and then on the roads,’ he told MailOnline.

‘If we do the same in space, with the UK flag seen as a symbol of the highest quality, then other nations will follow.

‘London can become the capital of space insurance and industry.’

Warning: The UK government has announced plans to tackle space junk by slapping the reins on a ‘Wild West’ approach of clogging near-Earth orbit with hundreds of old satellites and millions of shards of debris (stock image)

HOW MANY ITEMS ARE THERE IN ORBIT?

  • Rocket launches since 1957: 6,200
  • Number of satellites in orbit: 13,100
  • Number still in space: 8,410
  • Number still functioning: 5,800
  • Number of debris objects: 31,500
  • Break-ups, explosions etc: 630
  • Mass of objects in orbit: 9,900 tons
  • Prediction of the amount of debris in orbit using statistical models
  • Over 10cm: 36,500
  • 1cm to 10cm: 1,000,000
  • 1mm to 1cm: 130 million

Source: European Space Agency

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Mr Freeman said he had been in talks with major players in the space industry, including Virgin Orbit, Inmarsat and OneWeb, and all were keen to throw their backing behind ‘an RAC for the space sector’ and making Britain a world leader in space sustainability.

‘Virgin are very interested,’ he said, before adding that Musk’s SpaceX would also be likely to follow any global sustainability drive ‘rather than be left out in the cold’.

Musk’s Starlink network of satellites, as well as the UK-headquartered OneWeb initiative, are leading the new wave of constellations, and have between them launched over 2,000 satellites.

However, both have plans for many more, along with other nations and companies, including Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and his Project Kuiper network.

Mr Freeman said a new ‘Kitemark’ standard could involve a traffic light system to show how sustainable a particular satellite was, with green for the most and red the worst.

More sustainable launches, being powered by solar panels, and having a contract with a company such as Harwell-based Astroscale to repair the satellite could all be green ticks toward the Kitemark.

This is as opposed to a satellite which has to be brought into the upper atmosphere to be burnt up and destroyed ? a type of pollution that Mr Freeman said experts had been unable to tell him the impact of.

There are already concerns about the threat posed by 400 redundant satellites and a million pieces of debris, he added, with the growing volume seen as both environmentally and commercially unsustainable.

Swift action is therefore required to clean up the Earth’s orbit, as well as to ensure future projects minimise their footprint through recyclable manufacturing, retrieving satellites and mitigating any debris.

An estimated 13,100 satellites have been launched into orbit since 1957, according to the European Space Agency, with 8,410 remaining in space and 5,800 still functioning.

The total mass of all objects in orbit is said to equate to around 9,900 tonnes, while statistical models suggests there are 130 million pieces of debris from 1mm to 1cm in size.

Clusters of satellites, including SpaceX's Starlink constellation (pictured), all orbiting about 300 miles above the surface of the Earth, increase the risk of collisions, critics say

Clusters of satellites, including SpaceX’s Starlink constellation (pictured), all orbiting about 300 miles above the surface of the Earth, increase the risk of collisions, critics say

Elon Musk’s SpaceX Starlink satellites are responsible for over HALF of close encounters in orbit

Over half of all close encounters in orbit between objects are caused by SpaceX Starlink satellites – even with just 1,500 of a planned 12,000 launched so far, data shows.

Satellite operators such as SpaceX are constantly forced to make adjustments to avoid encounters with other spacecraft and pieces of debris.

With hundreds of Starlink satellites in orbit, the number of dangerous approaches will continue to grow, according to a study by the University of Southampton.

Researchers found that Starlink satellites are involved in an average of 1,600 close encounters with other spacecraft every week, including some where the two objects come within about half a mile of each other, according to a Space.com report.

If two spacecraft do crash in orbit then they would generate a cloud of debris that would in turn threaten other satellites operating in the same region of space.

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The minister unveiled the Plan for Space Sustainability in a speech to the 4th Summit for Space Sustainability at the Science Museum in London.

‘To harness space for sustainability, we need an agreed framework of standards for measuring and managing debris, improving satellite repair and retrieval and kite-marking genuinely sustainable supply chains,’ Mr Freeman said.

‘As it was with shipping in the 17th century and cars in the 20th, the key will be regulation which enforces good industry standards and reduces the cost of insurance and finance for a satellite launch which can show it is compliant.’

He added: ‘This plan will ensure a safe and sustainable commercial space sector which rewards responsible satellite programs by lowering the costs of launch licenses and insurance for sustainable satellites and space missions.’

Mr Freeman said the government would work with industry to establish a new Space Sustainability Standard, aimed at incentivising companies to adopt best practice in space sustainability and recognising those that minimise their footprint in orbit.

This new standard will be developed and tested by industry and academia, in partnership with government and the Civil Aviation Authority ? the UK spaceflight regulator.

Mr Freeman also confirmed that the UK would undertake a regulatory review to incentivise sustainable practises, investment and growth, allowing today’s latest innovations in technologies such as Active Debris Removal (ADR), In-Orbit Servicing and Manufacturing (IOSM) and sustainable development to become tomorrow?s norms in space operation.

He said the government’s existing ADR programme, seen as a key tool in cleaning up space junk in Earth’s orbit, would receive £5 million funding for its latest phase.

It was also announced that the National Space Surveillance and Tracking Programme, which recently received an additional £5 million funding, would include a new ‘monitor your satellites’ collision assessment service.

This has now opened for registration for all UK licensed satellite operators following successful trials with a number of companies.

The government wants to ensure that the UK’s regulatory regime evolves in line with advances in technology, thereby leading the way on protecting the space operating environment.

This is expected to include work alongside industry, academia and insurers to explore ways of lowering insurance premiums for sustainable missions.

Dr Paul Bate, chief executive of the UK Space Agency, said: ‘Space sustainability is a complex challenge requiring a variety of solutions, but it also presents a significant opportunity for the UK to demonstrate global leadership.

‘We’re developing new missions and capabilities to improve how we track objects in orbit and accelerate technologies such as active debris removal, while setting new standards and working closely with international partners to keep space open for future generations.’

WHAT IS SPACE JUNK? MORE THAN 170 MILLION PIECES OF DEAD SATELLITES, SPENT ROCKETS AND FLAKES OF PAINT POSE ‘THREAT’ TO SPACE INDUSTRY

There are an estimated 170 million pieces of so-called ‘space junk’ – left behind after missions that can be as big as spent rocket stages or as small as paint flakes – in orbit alongside some US$700 billion (£555bn) of space infrastructure.

But only 27,000 are tracked, and with the fragments able to travel at speeds above 16,777 mph (27,000kmh), even tiny pieces could seriously damage or destroy satellites.

However, traditional gripping methods don’t work in space, as suction cups do not function in a vacuum and temperatures are too cold for substances like tape and glue.

Grippers based around magnets are useless because most of the debris in orbit around Earth is not magnetic.

Around 500,000 pieces of human-made debris (artist’s impression) currently orbit our planet, made up of disused satellites, bits of spacecraft and spent rockets

Most proposed solutions, including debris harpoons, either require or cause forceful interaction with the debris, which could push those objects in unintended, unpredictable directions.

Scientists point to two events that have badly worsened the problem of space junk.

The first was in February 2009, when an Iridium telecoms satellite and Kosmos-2251, a Russian military satellite, accidentally collided.

The second was in January 2007, when China tested an anti-satellite weapon on an old Fengyun weather satellite.

Experts also pointed to two sites that have become worryingly cluttered.

One is low Earth orbit which is used by satnav satellites, the ISS, China’s manned missions and the Hubble telescope, among others.

The other is in geostationary orbit, and is used by communications, weather and surveillance satellites that must maintain a fixed position relative to Earth.

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Taylor Swift – Carolina. Image rights:

For the film adaptation of the bestseller The song of the crayfish hat Taylor Swift the previously unreleased song Carolina contributed. The song can already be seen in the trailer for the cinema film, which will be shown in German cinemas from August 18, 2022. Taylor Swift shortens the waiting time with the single “Carolina”.

“About a year and a half ago I wrote a song about an incredible story, the story of a girl who always lived on the outside and looked inside.” With that, Taylor Swift announced the release of her new song “Carolina,” which is taken from the book Where The Crawdads Sing was inspired and is now part of the soundtrack of the film based on it.

Taylor Swift ? Carolina: Das Video

Written around the time Swift was writing her album Folklore, the song captures a similarly haunted, chilling vibe as the album and gets under your skin. This could also be due to the very special development process: the songwriter and her producer Aaron Dessner only used instruments that existed when the film was aired and recorded the vocals in one go, as that was the 1950s standard.

What is The Song of the Crayfish about?

What’s the film about? Kya, played by Daisy Edgar-Jones, was abandoned by her family at the age of six and is growing up in the harsh swamplands of North Carolina. For years, persistent rumors of the “march girl” lingered in Barkley Cove, isolating the perceptive and resilient Kya from her community. But attracted to two young men from the city, Kya finally opens up to a new and amazing world. But when Chase Andrews (Harris Dickinson) is found dead, the shy Kya quickly becomes the focus of investigations. As the case develops, judgment as to what actually happened becomes increasingly unclear, threatening to reveal the many secrets that lay in the swamp.

Interesting: The film is based on the author’s bestseller of the same name Delia Owenswhich was first published in German in 2019.

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Taylor Swift – Carolina. Image rights:

For the film adaptation of the bestseller The song of the crayfish hat Taylor Swift the previously unreleased song Carolina contributed. The song can already be seen in the trailer for the cinema film, which will be shown in German cinemas from August 18, 2022. Taylor Swift shortens the waiting time with the single “Carolina”.

“About a year and a half ago I wrote a song about an incredible story, the story of a girl who always lived on the outside and looked inside.” With that, Taylor Swift announced the release of her new song “Carolina,” which is taken from the book Where The Crawdads Sing was inspired and is now part of the soundtrack of the film based on it.

Taylor Swift ? Carolina: Das Video

Written around the time Swift was writing her album Folklore, the song captures a similarly haunted, chilling vibe as the album and gets under your skin. This could also be due to the very special development process: the songwriter and her producer Aaron Dessner only used instruments that existed when the film was aired and recorded the vocals in one go, as that was the 1950s standard.

What is The Song of the Crayfish about?

What’s the film about? Kya, played by Daisy Edgar-Jones, was abandoned by her family at the age of six and is growing up in the harsh swamplands of North Carolina. For years, persistent rumors of the “march girl” lingered in Barkley Cove, isolating the perceptive and resilient Kya from her community. But attracted to two young men from the city, Kya finally opens up to a new and amazing world. But when Chase Andrews (Harris Dickinson) is found dead, the shy Kya quickly becomes the focus of investigations. As the case develops, judgment as to what actually happened becomes increasingly unclear, threatening to reveal the many secrets that lay in the swamp.

Interesting: The film is based on the author’s bestseller of the same name Delia Owenswhich was first published in German in 2019.

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