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Space images show ravaging Australia bushfires

The raging bushfires that have destroyed millions of acres of Australian land, killed “thousands of koalas” and perhaps as many as 500 million animals are so devastating they can be seen from space. The Regional and Mesoscale Meteorology Branch (RAMMB) of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration posted this image to its website showing the
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I want space

My boyfriend and I have been together for four years. We have been a very happy couple. We love the companionship and we get along really well. Everything was perfect until we both found jobs in the same area and decided to move in together. Our relationship was still strong, but I have been feeling like I need space. Space to be alone. I told him how I felt. Without a doubt, he was hurt, but he packed his stuff and left. Now I feel like I made a mistake and I’m missing him so much.

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Space Apps Hackathon empowers tech start-ups with new knowledge, tool

By the time the 2017 International Space Apps Challenge Lagos Hackathon that brought together developers, engineers, scientists, educators, students of thought-leaders, and government, among others, ended recently in Lagos,there were convincing signals that the event had empowered the participants with new knowledge and tools needed to face the 21st century challenge.

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NigeriaSat: Britons want £1bn aid stopped

Leading British politicians want their country’s aid to Nigeria stopped, asking why Britain should give over £1billion in aid to Nigeria which is spending hundreds of millions of pounds on its own space programme.

Nigeria has the second highest national income of all African countries and is to receive £275million from the UK this year alone, with a further yearly average of £250 million until 2015.

British politicians are angry that despite almost 70 per cent of the population living on less than 64 pence a day, the country intends to send astronauts into space in the next two years.

Nigeria’s National Space Research and Development Agenc, NASRDA, has built laboratories and plans to launch its own rockets by 2028. The exact cost of the space programme has not been released by the Nigerian Government but is thought to be hundreds of millions of pounds each year.

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