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So here it is, the island of temptation. A piece of Corsica on the Atlantic, white rock, ground strewn with thorns of maritime pines and, below, a beach of fine white pebbles and turquoise water. A stone handle opens onto a cavity which must have seen the passing of generations of young explorers. The beach of Île Vierge, on the Crozon peninsula (Finistčre), is miraculous and empty. A Saturday in July. It is not that it is secret; is that access has been prohibited since May 2020.

Too busy, too dangerous, ruled the town hall of Crozon. In spring, the cliff, which crumbles under the effect of erosion accelerated by the footsteps of hikers, shed a few tons of sandstone. It wouldn’t take that long to kill a beach attendant. To descend, you have to take a winding slide carved into the rock face. The whole peninsula has grated its buttocks there. This perilous arrival in wet weather – what happens here – gave the affair a taste of adventure. It is even more true now that it is banned.

On the maritime pines, in view of the summer, an agent has planted yellow signs mentioning the municipal decree number 305-2021 of May 10, 2021. Others above, on the coastal path which is part of the GR 34: ?Access prohibited to strikes on Île Vierge. “ Translated into Breton, German, English. The beach, perfectly ?Instagrammable?, was ranked in 2014 among the most beautiful beaches in Europe by European Best Destinations, an organization based in Brussels. Then the British daily newspaper The Guardian cited that of Morgat, just next door. And the surge began.

More health than fuss

Before welcoming us, Didier Cadiou, in charge of the protection of the peninsula’s natural spaces, came to the kiosk: the beach and its turquoise waters were featured in ?one? of the summer numbers of Brittany Magazine and Detours in France. ?All of Brittany is promoting on a photo of the Virgin Island? except that we do not control this communication. “ What Didier Cadiou masters is the coastal law, applied in a particularly strict way on the peninsula. And the stake, to install a fence which ends up dissuading the suitors.

If we haven’t seen, it’s because we didn’t want to see. There are some, blind, on this path, however, strewn with roots and rolling stones. Here is a mother and her daughter. The guard alpague them in a loud voice, with the authority conferred on him by the small ?police? crest sewn on the chest – even if, as an environmental policeman, he is not endowed with the power of verbalization.

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So here it is, the island of temptation. A piece of Corsica on the Atlantic, white rock, ground strewn with thorns of maritime pines and, below, a beach of fine white pebbles and turquoise water. A stone handle opens onto a cavity which must have seen the passing of generations of young explorers. The beach of Île Vierge, on the Crozon peninsula (Finistčre), is miraculous and empty. A Saturday in July. It is not that it is secret; is that access has been prohibited since May 2020.

Too busy, too dangerous, ruled the town hall of Crozon. In spring, the cliff, which crumbles under the effect of erosion accelerated by the footsteps of hikers, shed a few tons of sandstone. It wouldn’t take that long to kill a beach attendant. To descend, you have to take a winding slide carved into the rock face. The whole peninsula has grated its buttocks there. This perilous arrival in wet weather – what happens here – gave the affair a taste of adventure. It is even more true now that it is banned.

On the maritime pines, in view of the summer, an agent has planted yellow signs mentioning the municipal decree number 305-2021 of May 10, 2021. Others above, on the coastal path which is part of the GR 34: ?Access prohibited to strikes on Île Vierge. “ Translated into Breton, German, English. The beach, perfectly ?Instagrammable?, was ranked in 2014 among the most beautiful beaches in Europe by European Best Destinations, an organization based in Brussels. Then the British daily newspaper The Guardian cited that of Morgat, just next door. And the surge began.

More health than fuss

Before welcoming us, Didier Cadiou, in charge of the protection of the peninsula’s natural spaces, came to the kiosk: the beach and its turquoise waters were featured in ?one? of the summer numbers of Brittany Magazine and Detours in France. ?All of Brittany is promoting on a photo of the Virgin Island? except that we do not control this communication. “ What Didier Cadiou masters is the coastal law, applied in a particularly strict way on the peninsula. And the stake, to install a fence which ends up dissuading the suitors.

If we haven’t seen, it’s because we didn’t want to see. There are some, blind, on this path, however, strewn with roots and rolling stones. Here is a mother and her daughter. The guard alpague them in a loud voice, with the authority conferred on him by the small ?police? crest sewn on the chest – even if, as an environmental policeman, he is not endowed with the power of verbalization.

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[date_timestamp] => 1627166558 ) [1] => Array ( [title] => Lake County News,California ? Space News: Signs of Life on Mars? NASA?s Perseverance rover begins the hunt [link] => https://mynewspaper.xyz/space/2021/07/24/lake-county-newscalifornia-space-news-signs-of-life-on-mars-nasas-perseverance-rover-begins-the-hunt/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Betty Foster ) [pubdate] => Sat, 24 Jul 2021 22:12:42 +0000 [category] => SpaceMarsNASA [guid] => https://mynewspaper.xyz/space/2021/07/24/lake-county-newscalifornia-space-news-signs-of-life-on-mars-nasas-perseverance-rover-begins-the-hunt/ [description] => After testing a bristling array of instruments on its robotic arm, NASA?s latest Mars rover... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

After testing a bristling array of instruments on its robotic arm, NASA?s latest Mars rover gets down to business: probing rocks and dust for evidence of past life.

NASA?s Mars 2020 Perseverance rover has begun its search for signs of ancient life on the Red Planet. Flexing its 7-foot mechanical arm, the rover is testing the sensitive detectors it carries, capturing their first science readings.

Along with analyzing rocks using X-rays and ultraviolet light, the six-wheeled scientist will zoom in for closeups of tiny segments of rock surfaces that might show evidence of past microbial activity.

Called PIXL, or Planetary Instrument for X-ray Lithochemistry, the rover?s X-ray instrument delivered unexpectedly strong science results while it was still being tested, said Abigail Allwood, PIXL?s principal investigator at NASA?s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Southern California.

Located at the end of the arm, the lunchbox-size instrument fired its X-rays at a small calibration target ? used to test instrument settings ? aboard Perseverance and was able to determine the composition of Martian dust clinging to the target.

?We got our best-ever composition analysis of Martian dust before it even looked at rock,? Allwood said.

That?s just a small taste of what PIXL, combined with the arm?s other instruments, is expected to reveal as it zeroes in on promising geological features over the weeks and months ahead.

Scientists say Jezero Crater was a crater lake billions of years ago, making it a choice landing site for Perseverance. The crater has long since dried out, and the rover is now picking its way across its red, broken floor.

?If life was there in Jezero Crater, the evidence of that life could be there,? said Allwood, a key member of the Perseverance ?arm science? team.

To get a detailed profile of rock textures, contours, and composition, PIXL?s maps of the chemicals throughout a rock can be combined with mineral maps produced by the SHERLOC instrument and its partner, WATSON. SHERLOC ? short for Scanning Habitable Environments with Raman & Luminescence for Organics & Chemicals ? uses an ultraviolet laser to identify some of the minerals in the rock, while WATSON takes closeup images that scientists can use to determine grain size, roundness, and texture, all of which can help determine how the rock was formed.

Early WATSON closeups have already yielded a trove of data from Martian rocks, the scientists said, such as a variety of colors, sizes of grains in the sediment, and even the presence of ?cement? between the grains.

Such details can provide important clues about formation history, water flow, and ancient, potentially habitable Martian environments. And combined with those from PIXL, they can provide a broader environmental and even historical snapshot of Jezero Crater.

?What is the crater floor made out of? What were the conditions like on the crater floor?? asks Luther Beegle of JPL, SHERLOC?s principal investigator. ?That does tell us a lot about the early days of Mars, and potentially how Mars formed. If we have an idea of what the history of Mars is like, we?ll be able to understand the potential for finding evidence of life.?

The science team

While the rover has significant autonomous capabilities, such as driving itself across the Martian landscape, hundreds of earthbound scientists are still involved in analyzing results and planning further investigations.

?There are almost 500 people on the science team,? Beegle said. ?The number of participants in any given action by the rover is on the order of 100. It?s great to see these scientists come to agreement in analyzing the clues, prioritizing each step, and putting together the pieces of the Jezero science puzzle.?

That will be critical when the Mars 2020 Perseverance rover collects its first samples for eventual return to Earth. They?ll be sealed in superclean metallic tubes on the Martian surface so that a future mission could collect them and send back to the home planet for further analysis.

Despite decades of investigation on the question of potential life, the Red Planet has stubbornly kept its secrets.

?Mars 2020, in my view, is the best opportunity we will have in our lifetime to address that question,? said Kenneth Williford, the deputy project scientist for Perseverance.

The geological details are critical, Allwood said, to place any indication of possible life in context, and to check scientists? ideas about how a second example of life?s origin could come about.

Combined with other instruments on the rover, the detectors on the arm, including SHERLOC and WATSON, could make humanity?s first discovery of life beyond Earth.

More about the mission

A key objective for Perseverance?s mission on Mars is astrobiology, including the search for signs of ancient microbial life. The rover will characterize the planet?s geology and past climate, pave the way for human exploration of the Red Planet, and be the first mission to collect and cache Martian rock and regolith (broken rock and dust).

Subsequent NASA missions, in cooperation with ESA (European Space Agency), would send spacecraft to Mars to collect these sealed samples from the surface and return them to Earth for in-depth analysis.

The Mars 2020 Perseverance mission is part of NASA?s Moon to Mars exploration approach, which includes Artemis missions to the Moon that will help prepare for human exploration of the Red Planet.

JPL, which is managed for NASA by Caltech in Pasadena, California, built and manages operations of the Perseverance rover.

For more about Perseverance visit www.mars.nasa.gov/mars2020/ and www.nasa.gov/perseverance.

PIXL, one of seven instruments aboard NASA’s Perseverance Mars rover, is equipped with light diodes circling its opening to take pictures of rock targets in the dark. Using artificial intelligence, PIXL relies on the images to determine how far away it is from a target to be scanned. Credits: NASA/JPL-Caltech.

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After testing a bristling array of instruments on its robotic arm, NASA?s latest Mars rover gets down to business: probing rocks and dust for evidence of past life.

NASA?s Mars 2020 Perseverance rover has begun its search for signs of ancient life on the Red Planet. Flexing its 7-foot mechanical arm, the rover is testing the sensitive detectors it carries, capturing their first science readings.

Along with analyzing rocks using X-rays and ultraviolet light, the six-wheeled scientist will zoom in for closeups of tiny segments of rock surfaces that might show evidence of past microbial activity.

Called PIXL, or Planetary Instrument for X-ray Lithochemistry, the rover?s X-ray instrument delivered unexpectedly strong science results while it was still being tested, said Abigail Allwood, PIXL?s principal investigator at NASA?s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Southern California.

Located at the end of the arm, the lunchbox-size instrument fired its X-rays at a small calibration target ? used to test instrument settings ? aboard Perseverance and was able to determine the composition of Martian dust clinging to the target.

?We got our best-ever composition analysis of Martian dust before it even looked at rock,? Allwood said.

That?s just a small taste of what PIXL, combined with the arm?s other instruments, is expected to reveal as it zeroes in on promising geological features over the weeks and months ahead.

Scientists say Jezero Crater was a crater lake billions of years ago, making it a choice landing site for Perseverance. The crater has long since dried out, and the rover is now picking its way across its red, broken floor.

?If life was there in Jezero Crater, the evidence of that life could be there,? said Allwood, a key member of the Perseverance ?arm science? team.

To get a detailed profile of rock textures, contours, and composition, PIXL?s maps of the chemicals throughout a rock can be combined with mineral maps produced by the SHERLOC instrument and its partner, WATSON. SHERLOC ? short for Scanning Habitable Environments with Raman & Luminescence for Organics & Chemicals ? uses an ultraviolet laser to identify some of the minerals in the rock, while WATSON takes closeup images that scientists can use to determine grain size, roundness, and texture, all of which can help determine how the rock was formed.

Early WATSON closeups have already yielded a trove of data from Martian rocks, the scientists said, such as a variety of colors, sizes of grains in the sediment, and even the presence of ?cement? between the grains.

Such details can provide important clues about formation history, water flow, and ancient, potentially habitable Martian environments. And combined with those from PIXL, they can provide a broader environmental and even historical snapshot of Jezero Crater.

?What is the crater floor made out of? What were the conditions like on the crater floor?? asks Luther Beegle of JPL, SHERLOC?s principal investigator. ?That does tell us a lot about the early days of Mars, and potentially how Mars formed. If we have an idea of what the history of Mars is like, we?ll be able to understand the potential for finding evidence of life.?

The science team

While the rover has significant autonomous capabilities, such as driving itself across the Martian landscape, hundreds of earthbound scientists are still involved in analyzing results and planning further investigations.

?There are almost 500 people on the science team,? Beegle said. ?The number of participants in any given action by the rover is on the order of 100. It?s great to see these scientists come to agreement in analyzing the clues, prioritizing each step, and putting together the pieces of the Jezero science puzzle.?

That will be critical when the Mars 2020 Perseverance rover collects its first samples for eventual return to Earth. They?ll be sealed in superclean metallic tubes on the Martian surface so that a future mission could collect them and send back to the home planet for further analysis.

Despite decades of investigation on the question of potential life, the Red Planet has stubbornly kept its secrets.

?Mars 2020, in my view, is the best opportunity we will have in our lifetime to address that question,? said Kenneth Williford, the deputy project scientist for Perseverance.

The geological details are critical, Allwood said, to place any indication of possible life in context, and to check scientists? ideas about how a second example of life?s origin could come about.

Combined with other instruments on the rover, the detectors on the arm, including SHERLOC and WATSON, could make humanity?s first discovery of life beyond Earth.

More about the mission

A key objective for Perseverance?s mission on Mars is astrobiology, including the search for signs of ancient microbial life. The rover will characterize the planet?s geology and past climate, pave the way for human exploration of the Red Planet, and be the first mission to collect and cache Martian rock and regolith (broken rock and dust).

Subsequent NASA missions, in cooperation with ESA (European Space Agency), would send spacecraft to Mars to collect these sealed samples from the surface and return them to Earth for in-depth analysis.

The Mars 2020 Perseverance mission is part of NASA?s Moon to Mars exploration approach, which includes Artemis missions to the Moon that will help prepare for human exploration of the Red Planet.

JPL, which is managed for NASA by Caltech in Pasadena, California, built and manages operations of the Perseverance rover.

For more about Perseverance visit www.mars.nasa.gov/mars2020/ and www.nasa.gov/perseverance.

PIXL, one of seven instruments aboard NASA’s Perseverance Mars rover, is equipped with light diodes circling its opening to take pictures of rock targets in the dark. Using artificial intelligence, PIXL relies on the images to determine how far away it is from a target to be scanned. Credits: NASA/JPL-Caltech.

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[date_timestamp] => 1627164762 ) [2] => Array ( [title] => In Paris, at the heart of the parades, anger against the health pass, hatred against Emmanuel Macron [link] => https://mynewspaper.xyz/planet/2021/07/24/in-paris-at-the-heart-of-the-parades-anger-against-the-health-pass-hatred-against-emmanuel-macron/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Pauline Potteer ) [pubdate] => Sat, 24 Jul 2021 21:41:27 +0000 [category] => PlanetangerEmmanuelhatredhealthheartMacronparadesParispass [guid] => https://mynewspaper.xyz/planet/2021/07/24/in-paris-at-the-heart-of-the-parades-anger-against-the-health-pass-hatred-against-emmanuel-macron/ [description] => Several thousand demonstrators hostile to the health pass gathered at the Place du Trocadéro in... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

” Freedom “, “Hands off our children”, “We are not guinea pigs”, “Macron resignation” : behind joint slogans against the health pass and the government’s vaccine policy in the face of Covid, demonstrators with extremely varied profiles marched Saturday, July 24 in Paris in several separate gatherings bringing together 11,000 people in total, according to the police.

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In the Parisian processions, between Marseillaise and song of the International, yellow vests, supporters of rebellious France, far-right activists but also anti-vaccines, defenders of various causes, employees worried about the risk of dismissals if they refuse to be vaccinated or young people mobilized for the first time expressed their concern, their anger against the government and, often, with violent words, their hatred towards Emmanuel Macron.

During the demonstration against the establishment of a health pass at Place du Trocadero in Paris, Saturday July 24.

In the middle of the yellow vests, Stéphane V., 50 years old, computer scientist in Paris, expresses an immense and very deep rage. He is convinced that France has entered a dictatorship. “It’s out of the question to let it happen”, said this father of three children, who came accompanied by his son. “You imagine that they will be able to fire someone who is not vaccinated! “, he doubts, while the government bill, currently under consideration in Parliament, makes the refusal, in the long term, to present a health pass, a reason for dismissal for the professions concerned. Because it is necessary “Feed your family”, Stéphane received his first dose on July 19 – after the announcements of Emmanuel Macron. He will do the next one on August 19 but saw it very badly, because he had no choice. His words are violent – published, they would likely face prosecution for incitement to murder. His son puts his hand on his arm so that he shouts a little less loudly. Without success. ” The (Emmanuel Macron) forces us to go to the street, we will not let go ?, says this man for whom Mélenchon defends the best policy.

Defiance and refusal of “surveillance”

A little further in the crowd, who regularly insults the police and gendarmes (“Whores at Macron”), Eliane Duhec, 70, retired from public assistance where she was medical secretary, protests against what she considers to be attacks on democracy. ?We always imagine that freedom is a given, but it is undermined. The past is a deprivation of liberty for part of the population ?. Originally from Fontenay-aux-Roses (Hauts-de-Seine), she came to demonstrate with her 38-year-old daughter under a sign “In the name of all resistance fighters who died for freedom, let us be worthy”. Support of the yellow vests from the beginning, activist of the animal cause, she says she does not want to let go. “We mistreat animals in an industrial way and we end up treating us in the same way”, she asserts. “We have lost all confidence in politicians”, adds his daughter, a master’s graduate, employed in the ecology sector. The same mistrust of the media, perceived as propaganda tools that mother and daughter circumvent by obtaining information on Youtube. Both say they are convinced that treatments exist against the Covid but that, for reasons of economic interest, they would have been prevented.

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” Freedom “, “Hands off our children”, “We are not guinea pigs”, “Macron resignation” : behind joint slogans against the health pass and the government’s vaccine policy in the face of Covid, demonstrators with extremely varied profiles marched Saturday, July 24 in Paris in several separate gatherings bringing together 11,000 people in total, according to the police.

Read also Covid-19: the mobilization against the health pass is increasing, 161,000 opponents marched across France

In the Parisian processions, between Marseillaise and song of the International, yellow vests, supporters of rebellious France, far-right activists but also anti-vaccines, defenders of various causes, employees worried about the risk of dismissals if they refuse to be vaccinated or young people mobilized for the first time expressed their concern, their anger against the government and, often, with violent words, their hatred towards Emmanuel Macron.

During the demonstration against the establishment of a health pass at Place du Trocadero in Paris, Saturday July 24.

In the middle of the yellow vests, Stéphane V., 50 years old, computer scientist in Paris, expresses an immense and very deep rage. He is convinced that France has entered a dictatorship. “It’s out of the question to let it happen”, said this father of three children, who came accompanied by his son. “You imagine that they will be able to fire someone who is not vaccinated! “, he doubts, while the government bill, currently under consideration in Parliament, makes the refusal, in the long term, to present a health pass, a reason for dismissal for the professions concerned. Because it is necessary “Feed your family”, Stéphane received his first dose on July 19 – after the announcements of Emmanuel Macron. He will do the next one on August 19 but saw it very badly, because he had no choice. His words are violent – published, they would likely face prosecution for incitement to murder. His son puts his hand on his arm so that he shouts a little less loudly. Without success. ” The (Emmanuel Macron) forces us to go to the street, we will not let go ?, says this man for whom Mélenchon defends the best policy.

Defiance and refusal of “surveillance”

A little further in the crowd, who regularly insults the police and gendarmes (“Whores at Macron”), Eliane Duhec, 70, retired from public assistance where she was medical secretary, protests against what she considers to be attacks on democracy. ?We always imagine that freedom is a given, but it is undermined. The past is a deprivation of liberty for part of the population ?. Originally from Fontenay-aux-Roses (Hauts-de-Seine), she came to demonstrate with her 38-year-old daughter under a sign “In the name of all resistance fighters who died for freedom, let us be worthy”. Support of the yellow vests from the beginning, activist of the animal cause, she says she does not want to let go. “We mistreat animals in an industrial way and we end up treating us in the same way”, she asserts. “We have lost all confidence in politicians”, adds his daughter, a master’s graduate, employed in the ecology sector. The same mistrust of the media, perceived as propaganda tools that mother and daughter circumvent by obtaining information on Youtube. Both say they are convinced that treatments exist against the Covid but that, for reasons of economic interest, they would have been prevented.

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[date_timestamp] => 1627162887 ) [3] => Array ( [title] => After the demonstrations, fear in Cuba, ?country of pain? [link] => https://mynewspaper.xyz/international/2021/07/24/after-the-demonstrations-fear-in-cuba-country-of-pain/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Betty Foster ) [pubdate] => Sat, 24 Jul 2021 21:30:26 +0000 [category] => InternationalcountryCubademonstrationsfearpain [guid] => https://mynewspaper.xyz/international/2021/07/24/after-the-demonstrations-fear-in-cuba-country-of-pain/ [description] => A clash between a policeman and a protester in Havana, July 11, 2021. Hundreds of... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

?We are going to become a people of migrants and prisoners. But, at least, we can no longer say that the Cubans did nothing to free themselves from this regime. “ With quavering voice and damp eyes, Lucia (the name has been changed), 29-year-old artistic producer, chains cigarettes nervously on her terrace in the Vedado district of Havana, in the muggy and overwhelming heat of this Monday, July 19. . For days, in the Cuban capital, opponents of the regime have been living with fear in their stomachs.

The unprecedented demonstrations of Sunday, July 11, which saw thousands of people spontaneously leave the streets of the island to the cry of ” We are hungry “ and “Down with the dictatorship”, were followed by a wave of repression. If the communist president, Miguel Diaz-Canel, recognized a death and dozens of wounded among the demonstrators, the human rights NGO Cubalex for its part recorded more than 600 arrests and disappearances, during the protests. then the following days, the police going to their homes to look for suspected dissidents.

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Many have since been released. But others remain imprisoned, such as the 33-year-old protest artist Luis Manuel Otero Alcantara, leader of the San Isidro movement – a group of artists mobilized for three years against Decree 349, which requires them to obtain permission from the government to perform on stage or sell their works. How many others, anonymous, are still in prison? The authorities refuse to say so.

?Because I’m talking with you here, telling you what I think, the police can come and get me. But it doesn’t matter if I’m afraid: the country must change, says Lucia. For the first time on Sunday we realized that there are not just a few of us who think differently. There is no reversing possible. The whole people are fed up. Its misery is the product of a failed system. Cuba is a country of pain. Everyone can now see the true face of this dictatorship. “

Summary trials

On July 20, the first summary trials began, with more than a dozen demonstrators sentenced to one year in prison for public disorder or disobedience. Among them, 25-year-old filmmaker Anyelo Troya, co-director of the music video for the Cuban rap song Homeland and Life, became a hymn against the regime, taken up in chorus by the demonstrators. He was accused of having wanted to film the demonstration with his cell phone.

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?We are going to become a people of migrants and prisoners. But, at least, we can no longer say that the Cubans did nothing to free themselves from this regime. “ With quavering voice and damp eyes, Lucia (the name has been changed), 29-year-old artistic producer, chains cigarettes nervously on her terrace in the Vedado district of Havana, in the muggy and overwhelming heat of this Monday, July 19. . For days, in the Cuban capital, opponents of the regime have been living with fear in their stomachs.

The unprecedented demonstrations of Sunday, July 11, which saw thousands of people spontaneously leave the streets of the island to the cry of ” We are hungry “ and “Down with the dictatorship”, were followed by a wave of repression. If the communist president, Miguel Diaz-Canel, recognized a death and dozens of wounded among the demonstrators, the human rights NGO Cubalex for its part recorded more than 600 arrests and disappearances, during the protests. then the following days, the police going to their homes to look for suspected dissidents.

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Many have since been released. But others remain imprisoned, such as the 33-year-old protest artist Luis Manuel Otero Alcantara, leader of the San Isidro movement – a group of artists mobilized for three years against Decree 349, which requires them to obtain permission from the government to perform on stage or sell their works. How many others, anonymous, are still in prison? The authorities refuse to say so.

?Because I’m talking with you here, telling you what I think, the police can come and get me. But it doesn’t matter if I’m afraid: the country must change, says Lucia. For the first time on Sunday we realized that there are not just a few of us who think differently. There is no reversing possible. The whole people are fed up. Its misery is the product of a failed system. Cuba is a country of pain. Everyone can now see the true face of this dictatorship. “

Summary trials

On July 20, the first summary trials began, with more than a dozen demonstrators sentenced to one year in prison for public disorder or disobedience. Among them, 25-year-old filmmaker Anyelo Troya, co-director of the music video for the Cuban rap song Homeland and Life, became a hymn against the regime, taken up in chorus by the demonstrators. He was accused of having wanted to film the demonstration with his cell phone.

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[date_timestamp] => 1627162226 ) [4] => Array ( [title] => the Senate votes for the exclusion of minors [link] => https://mynewspaper.xyz/planet/2021/07/24/the-senate-votes-for-the-exclusion-of-minors/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Pauline Potteer ) [pubdate] => Sat, 24 Jul 2021 20:40:41 +0000 [category] => PlanetexclusionminorsSenatevotes [guid] => https://mynewspaper.xyz/planet/2021/07/24/the-senate-votes-for-the-exclusion-of-minors/ [description] => Demonstration against the health pass in front of the Senate, in Paris, July 22, 2021.... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The Senate, dominated by the right-wing opposition, made several substantial changes to the health pass extension project on Saturday July 24, excluding minors in particular and reserving it for interior spaces, de facto exempting terraces in particular.

An amendment, adopted during the first reading of the bill on new anti-Covid measures by the upper house, removed the reference “At least 12 years old” provided in this device to reserve it for people “Major”.

This amendment, tabled by senators from the Republicans (LR), including Henri Leroy, had received an unfavorable opinion from the government, but also from the LR rapporteur of the law committee, Philippe Bas. Pierre-Antoine Levi (centrist) highlighted the “Lack of consensus among health authorities” on the vaccination of minors. Philippe Bas, on the contrary, relied on “Convergent studies” showing that they are “As contaminants, if not more, than adults”.

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A “motley coalition”

The senators also approved an amendment by Marie-Pierre de La Gontrie, still against the advice of the government and the committee, reserving the obligation to present this pass only to interior spaces, “Confined”. “Despite the increasing circulation of the delta variant, epidemiological studies show that the risks of contamination are lower in outdoor spaces”, supported the Socialist senator.

An assertion contested by other parliamentarians and by Secretary of State Adrien Taquet, representing the government, who stressed that «The virality ?more, more, more? » of the new variant makes the interior / exterior difference less relevant.

Other amendments change this flagship, but controversial device, intended to deal with the outbreak of contaminations by the delta variant. Thus, the senators want to postpone the implementation of this pass for public places from August 30 to September 15.

The fifty-person gauge for establishments open to the public (ERP) should, according to them, be calculated on the number of people present, and not on the capacity of the place. This, according to Mr. Leroy, would allow “To help the cultural sector which is suffering”.

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“You have largely emptied of its substance” this device, lamented Mr. Taquet, denouncing “The motley coalition” who allowed these votes. The president of the LR group in the Senate, Bruno Retailleau, had himself warned before the vote against the “Risk of doing nothing” in “Multiplying the exceptions”. These provisions could be removed in a joint committee or in the continuation of the shuttle.

An amendment to grant the provisional health pass on the basis of a single injection of vaccine, instead of two, was rejected. The government, for its part, succeeded in passing an amendment extending until December 31, instead of October 31, the exemption from the waiting period for civil servants forced to go into solitary confinement.

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The Senate, dominated by the right-wing opposition, made several substantial changes to the health pass extension project on Saturday July 24, excluding minors in particular and reserving it for interior spaces, de facto exempting terraces in particular.

An amendment, adopted during the first reading of the bill on new anti-Covid measures by the upper house, removed the reference “At least 12 years old” provided in this device to reserve it for people “Major”.

This amendment, tabled by senators from the Republicans (LR), including Henri Leroy, had received an unfavorable opinion from the government, but also from the LR rapporteur of the law committee, Philippe Bas. Pierre-Antoine Levi (centrist) highlighted the “Lack of consensus among health authorities” on the vaccination of minors. Philippe Bas, on the contrary, relied on “Convergent studies” showing that they are “As contaminants, if not more, than adults”.

Article reserved for our subscribers Read also The National Assembly adopts the health bill after forty-eight hours of heated debate

A “motley coalition”

The senators also approved an amendment by Marie-Pierre de La Gontrie, still against the advice of the government and the committee, reserving the obligation to present this pass only to interior spaces, “Confined”. “Despite the increasing circulation of the delta variant, epidemiological studies show that the risks of contamination are lower in outdoor spaces”, supported the Socialist senator.

An assertion contested by other parliamentarians and by Secretary of State Adrien Taquet, representing the government, who stressed that «The virality ?more, more, more? » of the new variant makes the interior / exterior difference less relevant.

Other amendments change this flagship, but controversial device, intended to deal with the outbreak of contaminations by the delta variant. Thus, the senators want to postpone the implementation of this pass for public places from August 30 to September 15.

The fifty-person gauge for establishments open to the public (ERP) should, according to them, be calculated on the number of people present, and not on the capacity of the place. This, according to Mr. Leroy, would allow “To help the cultural sector which is suffering”.

Article reserved for our subscribers Read also “The idea of ??putting citizens and customers aside is unbearable to us”: cultural places facing the health pass

“You have largely emptied of its substance” this device, lamented Mr. Taquet, denouncing “The motley coalition” who allowed these votes. The president of the LR group in the Senate, Bruno Retailleau, had himself warned before the vote against the “Risk of doing nothing” in “Multiplying the exceptions”. These provisions could be removed in a joint committee or in the continuation of the shuttle.

An amendment to grant the provisional health pass on the basis of a single injection of vaccine, instead of two, was rejected. The government, for its part, succeeded in passing an amendment extending until December 31, instead of October 31, the exemption from the waiting period for civil servants forced to go into solitary confinement.

Read also Covid-19: the mobilization against the health pass is increasing, 161,000 opponents marched across France

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[date_timestamp] => 1627159241 ) [5] => Array ( [title] => ?Just wanting is not enough? [link] => https://mynewspaper.xyz/international/2021/07/24/just-wanting-is-not-enough/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Betty Foster ) [pubdate] => Sat, 24 Jul 2021 20:29:59 +0000 [category] => InternationalFC JuarezMexican Liga BBVA MXmx leagueNews - Liga MXsoccerwanting [guid] => https://mynewspaper.xyz/international/2021/07/24/just-wanting-is-not-enough/ [description] => The coach was measured despite making his debut with a defeat in Juárez and highlighted... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The coach was measured despite making his debut with a defeat in Juárez and highlighted the good intentions of his team

The usual fuss of Ricardo ‘Tuca’ Ferretti passed to ‘better life’ at least this Friday, since the Brazilian he was measured in the press conference after his first game as Juárez coach, against Toluca, who took a 1-3 victory from Olímpico Benito Juárez.

“The debut is not what one expected, one always hopes to start with a good result and today was a bad result. The experience it leaves me is that the team has good intentions.”

This is how ‘Tuca’ Ferretti expressed himself, who acknowledged that “pure desire is not enough today to be able to get a good result”.

He pointed out that he is missing “four or five players” and that when they are in a position to join the work of Bravos, they will give their team better football.

Ferretti explained that they lack conjunction and a good understanding of football, which can only be achieved with a lot of work.

In fact, he affirmed that against Toluca, in his first match of the Apertura 2021, he noticed in his squad a lack of concentration, late decisions and his players did not arrive on time to the plays.

He showed that he is not happy that Bravos has given away two penalties, as this complicates things much more in a soccer game.

“There was also the aspect of the rain; Toluca was planted very well on the field, we are a lighter team, we lacked a lot of ball possession,” he acknowledged.

Finally, the ‘Tuca’ Ferretti reported that they need to fill one last place, but it is not yet defined who else will reach Bravos.

CRISTANTE ASKS TO GIVE HIS PLACE TO BRAVOS

For his part, Toluca coach Hernán Cristante told the press that “I don’t know why they demerit Bravos, if it’s a great team,” and urged journalists to give all soccer teams their place. meixcano.

He also expressed: “We cannot pretend not to have adverse situations, today was a pleasant game for a lot of things. You will see a leading team, because it has to grow … Today we have a good floor, well structured, solid, with a humble and hardworking establishment “.

He added that “in all games you have to correct something, you never have a perfect match. This court had not treated us very well, it was always complicated, but we always maintained patience, the team always continued with the same intensity and the same dynamic”.

He finally pointed out that his first game of the tournament leaves him very good feelings, as to follow an upward step.

Hernán Cristante has faced Ricardo Ferretti eight times in a league tournament, of which he has won five, maintaining supremacy over the Brazilian.

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) [summary] => The coach was measured despite making his debut with a defeat in Juárez and highlighted... [atom_content] =>

The coach was measured despite making his debut with a defeat in Juárez and highlighted the good intentions of his team

The usual fuss of Ricardo ‘Tuca’ Ferretti passed to ‘better life’ at least this Friday, since the Brazilian he was measured in the press conference after his first game as Juárez coach, against Toluca, who took a 1-3 victory from Olímpico Benito Juárez.

“The debut is not what one expected, one always hopes to start with a good result and today was a bad result. The experience it leaves me is that the team has good intentions.”

This is how ‘Tuca’ Ferretti expressed himself, who acknowledged that “pure desire is not enough today to be able to get a good result”.

He pointed out that he is missing “four or five players” and that when they are in a position to join the work of Bravos, they will give their team better football.

Ferretti explained that they lack conjunction and a good understanding of football, which can only be achieved with a lot of work.

In fact, he affirmed that against Toluca, in his first match of the Apertura 2021, he noticed in his squad a lack of concentration, late decisions and his players did not arrive on time to the plays.

He showed that he is not happy that Bravos has given away two penalties, as this complicates things much more in a soccer game.

“There was also the aspect of the rain; Toluca was planted very well on the field, we are a lighter team, we lacked a lot of ball possession,” he acknowledged.

Finally, the ‘Tuca’ Ferretti reported that they need to fill one last place, but it is not yet defined who else will reach Bravos.

CRISTANTE ASKS TO GIVE HIS PLACE TO BRAVOS

For his part, Toluca coach Hernán Cristante told the press that “I don’t know why they demerit Bravos, if it’s a great team,” and urged journalists to give all soccer teams their place. meixcano.

He also expressed: “We cannot pretend not to have adverse situations, today was a pleasant game for a lot of things. You will see a leading team, because it has to grow … Today we have a good floor, well structured, solid, with a humble and hardworking establishment “.

He added that “in all games you have to correct something, you never have a perfect match. This court had not treated us very well, it was always complicated, but we always maintained patience, the team always continued with the same intensity and the same dynamic”.

He finally pointed out that his first game of the tournament leaves him very good feelings, as to follow an upward step.

Hernán Cristante has faced Ricardo Ferretti eight times in a league tournament, of which he has won five, maintaining supremacy over the Brazilian.

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[date_timestamp] => 1627158599 ) [6] => Array ( [title] => Space tourism lacks the adventure of Earthly travels in South Florida [link] => https://mynewspaper.xyz/space/2021/07/24/space-tourism-lacks-the-adventure-of-earthly-travels-in-south-florida/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Betty Foster ) [pubdate] => Sat, 24 Jul 2021 20:10:54 +0000 [category] => Space [guid] => https://mynewspaper.xyz/space/2021/07/24/space-tourism-lacks-the-adventure-of-earthly-travels-in-south-florida/ [description] => Count me out. I?m talking about what is billed as ?the world?s first luxury spaceflight... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Count me out.

I?m talking about what is billed as ?the world?s first luxury spaceflight experience.?

A Florida company this week began selling six-hour flights on ?Spaceship Neptune,? which uses a 700-foot-tall balloon called a ?spaceballoon? to lift a luxurious glass-windowed capsule, taking eight tourists at a time to a maximum height of about 100,000 feet (30 kilometers) above the Earth?s surface and back down again.

?The accessibility of Spaceship Neptune opens up space travel, offering our Explorers the same astonishing opportunity as astronauts: to gaze out at the cosmos and down on our home, experiencing the wonder-filled expansion of human consciousness,? the company, Space Perspective, announced.

No thanks. And I?m not just talking about the $125,000 individual ticket price, or the ?smooth? water landing off Florida?s coast at the end of the ride.

) [summary] => Count me out. I?m talking about what is billed as ?the world?s first luxury spaceflight... [atom_content] =>

Count me out.

I?m talking about what is billed as ?the world?s first luxury spaceflight experience.?

A Florida company this week began selling six-hour flights on ?Spaceship Neptune,? which uses a 700-foot-tall balloon called a ?spaceballoon? to lift a luxurious glass-windowed capsule, taking eight tourists at a time to a maximum height of about 100,000 feet (30 kilometers) above the Earth?s surface and back down again.

?The accessibility of Spaceship Neptune opens up space travel, offering our Explorers the same astonishing opportunity as astronauts: to gaze out at the cosmos and down on our home, experiencing the wonder-filled expansion of human consciousness,? the company, Space Perspective, announced.

No thanks. And I?m not just talking about the $125,000 individual ticket price, or the ?smooth? water landing off Florida?s coast at the end of the ride.

[date_timestamp] => 1627157454 ) [7] => Array ( [title] => Journalists from France 2 attacked in Marseille during the demonstration against the health pass [link] => https://mynewspaper.xyz/planet/2021/07/24/journalists-from-france-2-attacked-in-marseille-during-the-demonstration-against-the-health-pass/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Pauline Potteer ) [pubdate] => Sat, 24 Jul 2021 19:39:03 +0000 [category] => PlanetAttackedDemonstrationFrancehealthjournalistsMarseillepass [guid] => https://mynewspaper.xyz/planet/2021/07/24/journalists-from-france-2-attacked-in-marseille-during-the-demonstration-against-the-health-pass/ [description] => In the Marseille demonstration against the health pass and compulsory vaccination for caregivers, Saturday July... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Two journalists from France 2 who covered the demonstration against the sanitary pass in Marseille, Saturday, July 24, were insulted, pushed around and chased away by several individuals, according to several sources.

France Télévisions has announced that it will file a complaint against the perpetrators of these facts, condemning “Unspeakable acts” and recalling “The fundamental principle of freedom of the press”.

The prefecture of police of Bouches-du-Rhône has also indicated that it condemns “This act, like any form of attack on press freedom” and brought “His support” to the targeted journalists.

“That’s when it got out of hand”

Asked by Agence France-Presse (AFP), one of the two journalists taken to task said that he was at the head of the demonstration, with his colleague, an image reporter, taking pictures of the procession when people asked them if they were from BFMTV. The reporter replied: “No, it’s France 2”.

“That’s when it got out of hand”, said the first journalist who did not wish to be named. “They insulted us by telling us ?Break up?, kicked JRI [journaliste reporter d?images] to try to bring it down. I also took a blow to the knee but I did not realize it until later as I was so focused on my JRI which was in front of me for fear that something happened to him ?, he said.

On a video posted on Twitter, we can see the cameraman surrounded and booed by demonstrators. He is chased down an adjacent street by a group of people, one of whom tries to hit him as he starts running to escape them.

The two journalists owed their salvation in particular to the presence of bodyguards who accompany them in this type of demonstration since the movement of “yellow vests”, according to them. The video shows one of them protecting the JRI by blocking an aggressive protester.

More than 4,000 people, according to the police, marched Saturday in Marseille against the health pass. The Ministry of the Interior has identified 161,000 demonstrators throughout France, in more than 160 cities.

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) [summary] => In the Marseille demonstration against the health pass and compulsory vaccination for caregivers, Saturday July... [atom_content] =>

Two journalists from France 2 who covered the demonstration against the sanitary pass in Marseille, Saturday, July 24, were insulted, pushed around and chased away by several individuals, according to several sources.

France Télévisions has announced that it will file a complaint against the perpetrators of these facts, condemning “Unspeakable acts” and recalling “The fundamental principle of freedom of the press”.

The prefecture of police of Bouches-du-Rhône has also indicated that it condemns “This act, like any form of attack on press freedom” and brought “His support” to the targeted journalists.

“That’s when it got out of hand”

Asked by Agence France-Presse (AFP), one of the two journalists taken to task said that he was at the head of the demonstration, with his colleague, an image reporter, taking pictures of the procession when people asked them if they were from BFMTV. The reporter replied: “No, it’s France 2”.

“That’s when it got out of hand”, said the first journalist who did not wish to be named. “They insulted us by telling us ?Break up?, kicked JRI [journaliste reporter d?images] to try to bring it down. I also took a blow to the knee but I did not realize it until later as I was so focused on my JRI which was in front of me for fear that something happened to him ?, he said.

On a video posted on Twitter, we can see the cameraman surrounded and booed by demonstrators. He is chased down an adjacent street by a group of people, one of whom tries to hit him as he starts running to escape them.

The two journalists owed their salvation in particular to the presence of bodyguards who accompany them in this type of demonstration since the movement of “yellow vests”, according to them. The video shows one of them protecting the JRI by blocking an aggressive protester.

More than 4,000 people, according to the police, marched Saturday in Marseille against the health pass. The Ministry of the Interior has identified 161,000 demonstrators throughout France, in more than 160 cities.

Read also Covid-19: the mobilization against the health pass is increasing, 161,000 opponents marched across France

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[date_timestamp] => 1627155543 ) [8] => Array ( [title] => Grid failure in France causes power cuts in Portugal and Spain [link] => https://mynewspaper.xyz/international/2021/07/24/grid-failure-in-france-causes-power-cuts-in-portugal-and-spain/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Betty Foster ) [pubdate] => Sat, 24 Jul 2021 19:27:34 +0000 [category] => InternationalcutsfailureFranceGridPortugalpowerSpain [guid] => https://mynewspaper.xyz/international/2021/07/24/grid-failure-in-france-causes-power-cuts-in-portugal-and-spain/ [description] => It is a rare phenomenon, but a failure in the European electricity grid this Saturday... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

It is a rare phenomenon, but a failure in the European electricity grid this Saturday caused interruptions in the supply of electricity in several countries, including Portugal and Spain, starting in the early afternoon.

Contacted by Expresso, E-Redes, manager of the distribution network, explained that it was a “frequency loss in the European network”, a technical failure that occurred at the level of the transmission network (at very high voltage), with repercussions in medium and low voltage networks.

E-Redes did not know immediately how many consumption points were without electricity in Portugal, but there were failures of almost an hour in various parts of the country, from North to South.

“Following a problem registered today in the European electricity grid, the national grid was affected, and it was necessary to proceed, as indicated by REN, to an interruption of service in some specific areas to guarantee the stability of the grid. 6.20 pm a statement in which he guaranteed that the electricity supply service in Portugal was restored: “Following the problem registered this afternoon, originating in the European electricity network, E-REDES informs that the energy supply service has already been restored , as the network is operating normally”, reads the updated information sent to the Lusa agency.

A REN source explained to Expresso that the problem originated in France. The Iberian Peninsula was heavily importing electricity from France and the incident led to a separation of markets (Iberia was momentarily disconnected from France), with the consequent failure of supply to consumers in Portugal and Spain.

REE, manager of the Spanish network, said meanwhile that the problem had its origins in a firefighting plane, which damaged a very high voltage line in France.

REN data on electricity consumption in Portugal this Saturday.

REN’s real-time data show that the national electricity system had a consumption of 4.88 gigawatts (GW) at 3:15 pm, which in just half an hour sank to 4.08 GW.

This cut of 0.8 GW (or 800 megawatts) in consumption was not the result of lower consumer demand, but rather the quick decision of the transmission network (REN) and distribution (E-Redes) managers to disconnect part of the supply. in the country, in order to avoid greater harm to the stability of the rest of the electricity grid.

From 4 pm onwards, the electrical system began to recover, with many of the affected consumption points receiving energy supplies again under normal conditions.

REN: intervention prevented total blackout

“At the beginning of this afternoon there was a problem in the interconnection of the electricity system between France and Spain following an incident in the French transmission network”, explains REN.

“The Iberian electricity system was separated from the rest of the European network in a situation of heavy imports. This caused a significant reduction in the Iberian frequency, and the defense plans for the Spanish and Portuguese electricity systems were automatically activated”, says REN.

“The activation of the Portuguese defense plan resulted in a reduction in consumption in hydroelectric pumping, in interruptible industrial consumers and in various points of the national distribution network pre-selected in coordination between REN and E-Redes”, explains the company .

“This avoided more serious consequences that, at the limit, could have led to the total blackout of the electricity system”, concludes the transmission network manager.

At the moment, the Iberian electricity system is already interconnected to the European system, and the situation is on the way to full normalization.

Network frequency already had problems at the beginning of the year

In January of this year, a similar problem occurred in the European electricity grid, but in the east. As Expresso then reported, a substation failure in Croatia led to a separation of the European grid between two major regions in Europe for about an hour. Communication mechanisms between power grid operators in different countries avoided relevant damage.

At that time, the problem arose from a malfunction in the Ernestinovo substation, in Croatia, at 2:04 pm on January 8, with the failure of an interbus breaker, a piece of equipment that serves to ensure the continuity of the substation’s power supply in the event of failures in any of the buses that conduct electricity. And with that, the flow of energy between the Southeast and Northwest regions of Europe was interrupted.

) [summary] => It is a rare phenomenon, but a failure in the European electricity grid this Saturday... [atom_content] =>

It is a rare phenomenon, but a failure in the European electricity grid this Saturday caused interruptions in the supply of electricity in several countries, including Portugal and Spain, starting in the early afternoon.

Contacted by Expresso, E-Redes, manager of the distribution network, explained that it was a “frequency loss in the European network”, a technical failure that occurred at the level of the transmission network (at very high voltage), with repercussions in medium and low voltage networks.

E-Redes did not know immediately how many consumption points were without electricity in Portugal, but there were failures of almost an hour in various parts of the country, from North to South.

“Following a problem registered today in the European electricity grid, the national grid was affected, and it was necessary to proceed, as indicated by REN, to an interruption of service in some specific areas to guarantee the stability of the grid. 6.20 pm a statement in which he guaranteed that the electricity supply service in Portugal was restored: “Following the problem registered this afternoon, originating in the European electricity network, E-REDES informs that the energy supply service has already been restored , as the network is operating normally”, reads the updated information sent to the Lusa agency.

A REN source explained to Expresso that the problem originated in France. The Iberian Peninsula was heavily importing electricity from France and the incident led to a separation of markets (Iberia was momentarily disconnected from France), with the consequent failure of supply to consumers in Portugal and Spain.

REE, manager of the Spanish network, said meanwhile that the problem had its origins in a firefighting plane, which damaged a very high voltage line in France.

REN data on electricity consumption in Portugal this Saturday.

REN’s real-time data show that the national electricity system had a consumption of 4.88 gigawatts (GW) at 3:15 pm, which in just half an hour sank to 4.08 GW.

This cut of 0.8 GW (or 800 megawatts) in consumption was not the result of lower consumer demand, but rather the quick decision of the transmission network (REN) and distribution (E-Redes) managers to disconnect part of the supply. in the country, in order to avoid greater harm to the stability of the rest of the electricity grid.

From 4 pm onwards, the electrical system began to recover, with many of the affected consumption points receiving energy supplies again under normal conditions.

REN: intervention prevented total blackout

“At the beginning of this afternoon there was a problem in the interconnection of the electricity system between France and Spain following an incident in the French transmission network”, explains REN.

“The Iberian electricity system was separated from the rest of the European network in a situation of heavy imports. This caused a significant reduction in the Iberian frequency, and the defense plans for the Spanish and Portuguese electricity systems were automatically activated”, says REN.

“The activation of the Portuguese defense plan resulted in a reduction in consumption in hydroelectric pumping, in interruptible industrial consumers and in various points of the national distribution network pre-selected in coordination between REN and E-Redes”, explains the company .

“This avoided more serious consequences that, at the limit, could have led to the total blackout of the electricity system”, concludes the transmission network manager.

At the moment, the Iberian electricity system is already interconnected to the European system, and the situation is on the way to full normalization.

Network frequency already had problems at the beginning of the year

In January of this year, a similar problem occurred in the European electricity grid, but in the east. As Expresso then reported, a substation failure in Croatia led to a separation of the European grid between two major regions in Europe for about an hour. Communication mechanisms between power grid operators in different countries avoided relevant damage.

At that time, the problem arose from a malfunction in the Ernestinovo substation, in Croatia, at 2:04 pm on January 8, with the failure of an interbus breaker, a piece of equipment that serves to ensure the continuity of the substation’s power supply in the event of failures in any of the buses that conduct electricity. And with that, the flow of energy between the Southeast and Northwest regions of Europe was interrupted.

[date_timestamp] => 1627154854 ) [9] => Array ( [title] => Starlink User Dish Uses Processor Cores Often Found In Entry Level Smartphones [link] => https://mynewspaper.xyz/space/2021/07/24/starlink-user-dish-uses-processor-cores-often-found-in-entry-level-smartphones/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Betty Foster ) [pubdate] => Sat, 24 Jul 2021 19:09:54 +0000 [category] => Space [guid] => https://mynewspaper.xyz/space/2021/07/24/starlink-user-dish-uses-processor-cores-often-found-in-entry-level-smartphones/ [description] => Image: darkpenguin22/Reddit Space Exploration Technologies Corp.’s (SpaceX) Starlink user terminal underwent a fresh teardown earlier... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Space Exploration Technologies Corp.’s (SpaceX) Starlink user terminal underwent a fresh teardown earlier this month. This teardown was conducted by researchers working in Belgium’s KU Leven University, and their investigation has revealed that not only is SpaceX continuously making hardware upgrades to the dish but that the terminal uses a processor that is commonly used in smartphones.

Starlink Dish Uses Quad-Core Processor Equipped With Arm’s Cortex A53 Cores Discover Researchers

The teardown, which was conducted earlier this month, is not the first time folks have taken apart the Starlink terminal to get a sense of how it works. One such teardown, conducted by Kenneth Keiter late last year, revealed the terminal’s innards. However, like most teardowns at the time, it focused only on the hardware side of things, limiting its ability to extract information bout the dish’s key performance specifications.

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The teardown by KU researchers takes the dish apart and peaks inside the firmware to understand how the dish starts up and loads its software. As part of this investigation, the team also discovered important details about the Starlink user dish’s application processor and onboard memory.

It revealed that the processor use 4 GB of embedded MultiMediaCard (eMMC) memory for loading up the firmware after bootup. By accessing the contents of this eMMC independently from the processor, the researchers determined the details for the terminal’s application processor. Additionally, they also found a chip dubbed as a ‘secure element’ in the tech community, which is also present on Apple’s iPhones and is a crucial part of the smartphone’s security infrastructure as it contains code necessary for secure biometric validation.

An excerpt from KU’s investigation outlining the Starlink user terminal’s processor. Image: COSIC Research Group, KU Levin

The terminal uses a quad-core Cortex A53 processor for managing data and connecting with the orbiting Starlink satellites. Cortex A53 is a low-power computing core designed by British design house Arm Ltd. launched in 2012. It is designed to be used both as a standalone core or used together with the higher-power Cortex A57. Smartphone processors generally pair such cores in a big.LITTLE configuration, with the big cores consuming more power and being responsible for performance-intensive operations and the LITTLE cores concerning themselves with low power processes.

Moving towards the secure element, the researchers are unsure about its function, but they believe that SpaceX can use details stored inside this chip to verify and authenticate the user terminal.

The researchers also revealed that not only does the terminal stop its boot process if the word ‘falcon’ is entered during the process, but that SpaceX has also made some changes to the internal components.

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These, as described by them, are:

It appears that there a few hardware revisions of the UT out there by now, certain parts of the teardown process can differ depending on the revision, something we learned the hard way. One of the aforementioned teardown videos shows the Ethernet and motor control cables to be detached from the main board before the white plastic cover is removed. On our UT, a tug on the motor control cables pulled the entire connector from the PCB; luckily it appears we can repair the damage. In other words, do not pull on those cables but first remove the back plastic cover, for those of you in the same boat: JST BM05B-ZESS-TBT.

SpaceX is already designing second-generation user terminals. Its chief executive officer Mr. Elon Musk is hopeful that his company will bring down the terminal price to $250 from the $499 it currently charges. In order to boost early-stage adoption, Starlink is heavily subsidizing the terminals, and it should continue to do so until the internet service archives sufficient market penetration.

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Space Exploration Technologies Corp.’s (SpaceX) Starlink user terminal underwent a fresh teardown earlier this month. This teardown was conducted by researchers working in Belgium’s KU Leven University, and their investigation has revealed that not only is SpaceX continuously making hardware upgrades to the dish but that the terminal uses a processor that is commonly used in smartphones.

Starlink Dish Uses Quad-Core Processor Equipped With Arm’s Cortex A53 Cores Discover Researchers

The teardown, which was conducted earlier this month, is not the first time folks have taken apart the Starlink terminal to get a sense of how it works. One such teardown, conducted by Kenneth Keiter late last year, revealed the terminal’s innards. However, like most teardowns at the time, it focused only on the hardware side of things, limiting its ability to extract information bout the dish’s key performance specifications.

Starlink Speeds Ahead With Vehicle Tests Covering Air, Sea & Land!

The teardown by KU researchers takes the dish apart and peaks inside the firmware to understand how the dish starts up and loads its software. As part of this investigation, the team also discovered important details about the Starlink user dish’s application processor and onboard memory.

It revealed that the processor use 4 GB of embedded MultiMediaCard (eMMC) memory for loading up the firmware after bootup. By accessing the contents of this eMMC independently from the processor, the researchers determined the details for the terminal’s application processor. Additionally, they also found a chip dubbed as a ‘secure element’ in the tech community, which is also present on Apple’s iPhones and is a crucial part of the smartphone’s security infrastructure as it contains code necessary for secure biometric validation.

An excerpt from KU’s investigation outlining the Starlink user terminal’s processor. Image: COSIC Research Group, KU Levin

The terminal uses a quad-core Cortex A53 processor for managing data and connecting with the orbiting Starlink satellites. Cortex A53 is a low-power computing core designed by British design house Arm Ltd. launched in 2012. It is designed to be used both as a standalone core or used together with the higher-power Cortex A57. Smartphone processors generally pair such cores in a big.LITTLE configuration, with the big cores consuming more power and being responsible for performance-intensive operations and the LITTLE cores concerning themselves with low power processes.

Moving towards the secure element, the researchers are unsure about its function, but they believe that SpaceX can use details stored inside this chip to verify and authenticate the user terminal.

The researchers also revealed that not only does the terminal stop its boot process if the word ‘falcon’ is entered during the process, but that SpaceX has also made some changes to the internal components.

Starlink Average Download Speed Among The Lowest For U.S. Users Globally

These, as described by them, are:

It appears that there a few hardware revisions of the UT out there by now, certain parts of the teardown process can differ depending on the revision, something we learned the hard way. One of the aforementioned teardown videos shows the Ethernet and motor control cables to be detached from the main board before the white plastic cover is removed. On our UT, a tug on the motor control cables pulled the entire connector from the PCB; luckily it appears we can repair the damage. In other words, do not pull on those cables but first remove the back plastic cover, for those of you in the same boat: JST BM05B-ZESS-TBT.

SpaceX is already designing second-generation user terminals. Its chief executive officer Mr. Elon Musk is hopeful that his company will bring down the terminal price to $250 from the $499 it currently charges. In order to boost early-stage adoption, Starlink is heavily subsidizing the terminals, and it should continue to do so until the internet service archives sufficient market penetration.

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