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US Vice President pushes for lunar return ‘by any means necessary’ – Daily Telegraph

FULL INTERVIEW: NASA has fast-tracked plans to return astronauts to the moon by 2028, with US Vice President Mike Pence pledging to see a lunar return within five years ‘by any means necessary’. Space analyst and writer Dr Morris Jones says he is ‘very scepti…

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Several cyclists were injured, one seriously, after riders crashed at high speeds at the finish line of Stage One of the Tour de Pologne in Katowice, Poland, on August 5, according to news reports. Dutch cyclist Fabio Jakobsen was airlifted to a specialist hospital in life-threatening condition and was placed in a medically induced coma, according to local reports. At least four other riders and a race official sustained non-life-threatening injuries. News reports said cyclist Dylan Groenewegen,…

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