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Karabakh Army Repels Major Azerbaijani Attack, the Enemy Suffers Significant Casualties
Azerbaijan's Defense Ministry says it has removed the bodies of five of its soldiers who were killed in fighting on the fringes of Nagorno-Karabakh. Ceasefire violations around Nagorno-Karabakh dramatically intensified early on Saturday, with Karabakh forces repelling major Azerbaijani attacks at two sections of the frontline.
SpaceX to send citizens beyond moon in 2018
During a teleconference with reporters, SpaceX founder Elon Musk said the two people would fly an approximately week-long mission in a "long loop" around the Moon, to about 400,000 miles from Earth, before returning home. NASA is now contracting them to deliver astronauts to and from the International Space Station, which should begin in 2018. "NASA always has first priority, so if NASA decides to have the first mission of this nature be a NASA mission", Musk said.
IPad Supply Chain Partners Expected To Have Poor Q1 2017 Sales
Meanwhile, an investor note from securities analyst KGI noted a year ago that the upcoming 12.9-inch iPad Pro will be an improved iteration of the first-gen model and that the 10.5-inch tablet will be the real featured device, which will have narrow bezels.
Judge Joseph Wapner of 'The People's Court' Dies at 97
The cases Wapner tried on the show were picked by producers from Southern California courts and tried under rules that limited damages to $1,500, the report said . "It was very important to me". A 1989 poll conducted by the Washington Post showed that while only 9 percent of people could name the chief justice of the USA 54 percent knew that Wapner was the judge on The People's Court .
NASA's next Orion flight could be manned
A study on the feasibility of adding a crew to the mission is now underway and is being led by William Gerstenmaier, associate administrator for NASA's Human Exploration and Operations Mission Directorate in Washington, NASA reports. "NASA should provide a compelling rationale in terms of benefits gained in return for accepting additional risk, and fully and transparently acknowledge the tradeoffs being made", said Sanders.