Daily Archives: 05.01.2021

Order Book Sharing Ban Could Shake South Korean Exchanges to the Core

Source: iStock/TwilightShow New government regulations that will force South Korean crypto exchanges to cease order book sharing with overseas trading platforms could have a seismic effect on the crypto players in the country – and the issue is reportedly the main reason why major player Binance is set to close down its Binance Korea operations next month and only four ...

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Cosmic Opportunities №13

The new year is here and we are ready to present a fresh portion of news. Maybe not that fresh =) Someone is still celebrating and activity is quite low, but, we have a lot of interesting information from the leaving year. Enrico Palermo – 12’20 has left the “Virgin Galactic”, he was COO. Marked that he is the future ...

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20% increase in number of people getting PUP

The total cost of the PUP scheme since its introduction last March has now reached over €5 billion 335,600 people will receive the Pandemic Unemployment Payment today, an increase of almost 58,000 or over 20% since 22 December. This is according to the latest figures from the Department of Social Protection. Around 23,000 payments were made between Christmas Eve and 30 ...

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Is Milky Way a Cosmic Graveyard of Extinct Civilizations?

Maybe its time to search for extraterrestrial civilizations that existed in a distant past? A new research article published on arXiv.org presents an interesting statistical modeling of how intelligent life could have been distributed throughout the entire space of the Milky Way over the course of its existence. Our Milky Way. Image credit: Denis Degioanni from Unsplash According to different ...

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SpaceX Receives $150 Million Contract for SDA Tranche Zero Constellation

Sixteen Falcon 9 missions have launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., most recently the NASA-led Sentinel-6A Michael Freilich ocean-monitoring satellite last November. Photo Credit: Oliver Pelham Burn/AmericaSpace Only days before it is due to set out on an ambitious raft of missions for 2021, SpaceX has received a contract worth more than $150 million to fly a pair of ...

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Astronomers Discover Hundreds of High-Velocity Stars, Many on Their Way Out of the Milky Way

Within our galaxy, there are thousands of stars that orbit the center of the Milky Way at high velocities. On occasion, some of them pick up so much speed that they break free of our galaxy and become intergalactic objects. Because of the extreme dynamical and astrophysical processes involved, astronomers are most interested in studying these stars – especially those ...

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Arianespace orbits the CSO-2 military observation satellite for France

(29 December 2020 – Arianespace) For its 10th and final launch of the year, Arianespace used a Soyuz rocket to orbit the CSO-2 defense and security observation satellite for the French CNES space agency (Centre National d’Etudes Spatiales) and DGA defense procurement agency (Direction générale de l’armement), on behalf of the French armed forces. With this launch, Arianespace has once ...

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