Make up can be quite expensive, especially when shopping through different competitors. I bet you did not even know that you can buy your favorite beauty products all on Amazon. Here are some of my favorite name brand products I buy on Amazon: stila Matte ‘n Metal Eye Shadow Palette: Normally $49 from Sephora you … Continue reading "The Best Make Up On Amazon"
Oscar winner Lupita Nyong'o is working on a picture book: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers announced Thursday that Nyong'o's "Sulwe" will come out next January
State governors in the US are asking the Trump administration and Congress to provide more funding and coordination to deal with the opioid crisis
A powerful storm has lashed Europe with high winds and snow, killing at least four people in three countries, grounding flights, halting trains, ripping roofs off buildings and flipping over trucks
In what the deputy premier of New South Wales is calling a "historic" rescue, two teens were saved from choppy surf thanks to a drone that dropped an inflatable safety device to them—all as it recorded the rescue. The BBC reports that Aussie lifeguards were still testing how to...
The publisher of a notorious neo-Nazi website won't publicly reveal where he is living "for reasons of personal safety" but says he moved to Cambodia last year and still resides outside the U.S.
Lego sets are made for just about about anything. Dogs, monuments and skylines are a few of the sets to get excited about. The best thing is, Legos are not just for kids anymore. Anyone can get excitement from building with the iconic blocks. Simple Lego sets can be around 50 pieces. Some sets are … Continue reading "Lego Sets You Will Want To Buy"
NASA's Cassini spacecraft went on a long and treacherous mission that ended last year in spectacular fashion. The large space explorer dove into Saturn's atmosphere, exploded into flames, and then disintegrated into nothing. It might seem like a harrowing end, but this was actually NASA's plan all along. Cassini ventured out into space with the final goal of capturing data from around Saturn and its moons. It even continued to capture data well beyond its intended lifespan. Apart from the fact that the imagery Captured by Cassini was visually stunning, it also supplies a massive amount of data for NASA scientists to dig through and analyze. Exciting new discoveries will continue to be made for years after Cassini's fateful dive this past September, and the latest revelation is from images sent home by the craft is one of the most interesting yet. Coming to terms with Cassini's fiery demise was difficult for many space enthusiasts, but it was made easier knowing just how much wonderful data the spacecraft was able to capture. And at this point, many would agree that revelations surrounding Saturn's moon Titan are among the most interesting takeaways from Cassini's long journey. Images captured by NASA's Cassini revealed a number of intriguing similarities between Titan and Earth, not the least of which is the presence of liquid on the moon's surface. But that's not the end of it, as noted by NASA this week. Titan is the only known world in the Solar System other than Earth that has stable liquid on its surface. As it turns out, however, that liquid is not water. Instead, Titan's bodies of "water" are actually hydrocarbons and water ice. In an interesting turn of events, however, a new discovery shows that there is a noteworthy similarity between Earth's water and Titan's hydrocarbons: Sea level elevation. Like Earth, Titan's seas and lakes have a constant elevation relative to the world's gravity. In addition to the discovery of a sea level elevation on Titan, data also suggests that liquid bodies on the moon are connected by a subterranean aquifer system, of sorts. Liquid flows from one body through underground porous rock that connect to other liquid bodies. A paper on the findings was published in the journal Geophysical Research Letters by a team of researchers from Cornell University.
The best-laid plans of mice and men often go awry, as has been the case for SpaceX virtually any time the private aerospace manufacturer and transport service company attempts to launch a rocket. First set for last Thursday at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, the test fire of the Falcon Heavy rocket was delayed to this Monday, then Tuesday, and has now been rescheduled for Friday afternoon (though that date is also subject to change). The Falcon Heavy is not only the most powerful rocket in the SpaceX arsenal -- it has been called "the most powerful rocket this generation has ever seen." Designed to one day bring humans to the Moon or Mars, the rocket can carry double the cargo of the next closest rocket, and is comprised of three Falcon 9 nine-engine cores. Elon Musk and the SpaceX team want to launch the Falcon Heavy before the end of the month if possible, but that won't be possible until the test fire takes place. Emri Kelly said in a report for Florida Today yesterday that "SpaceX is targeting no earlier than 3:30 p.m. Eastern time Friday for a test fire of its Falcon Heavy rocket at Kennedy Space Center. Teams have six hours, or until 9:30 p.m., to briefly fire the 27 Merlin engines." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Ca6x4QbpoM You can learn more about why the test fire was delayed on Teslarati, but providing everything goes according to plan on Friday, SpaceX will then gear up for the Falcon Heavy's inaugural flight in the coming days. The only way to watch the static test will be through Spaceflight Now's subscription service, but the Kennedy Space Center will offer viewing of the actual launch, pending the scheduled launch time and NASA approval.
China has criticized moves by the U.S. targeting the sale of fake goods and Chinese telecoms equipment, saying Washington lacks objectivity in its approach to Chinese businesses