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July 18, 2018

US astronomers announce discovering ten tiny Jovian satellites

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On Tuesday, astronomers of the Carnegie Institution for Science in Washington, US, announced the discovery of ten small satellites orbiting Jupiter. With this discovery, Jupiter now has 79 satellites.

The team lead by Scott Sheppard had discovered twelve of the 79 Jovian satellites using a Blanco 4-meter telescope at Cerro Tololo Inter-American in Chile. The observatory is operated by the National Optical Astronomy Observatory in the US. The tiny satellites, no more than five kilometres in diameter were first observed in 2017. Orbits of these new Jovian satellites were calculated by International Astronomical Union’s Minor Planet Center‘s Gareth Williams. Williams said, “It takes several observations to confirm an object actually orbits around Jupiter […] So, the whole process took a year.”

The astronomers were looking for planets farther than Pluto. Sheppard said, “Jupiter just happened to be in the sky near the search fields where we were looking for extremely distant Solar System objects, so we were serendipitously able to look for new moons around Jupiter while at the same time looking for planets at the fringes of our Solar System”.

Of the ten satellites, whose discovery was announced on Tuesday, nine were found to be “retrograde“, revolving around the gas giant in the direction opposite to the planet’s spin. These nine new retrograde satellites take about two years to complete one revolution around Jupiter. All ten satellites had a diameter less than five kilometres.

The remaining satellites were “prograde”, spinning in the same direction as Jupiter’s rotation. One of the prograde satellites took about one-and-half years to complete one revolution around Jupiter, and its orbit intersected with the outer retrograde satellites. Sheppard said, “Our other discovery is a real oddball and has an orbit like no other known Jovian moon […] It is also likely Jupiter’s smallest known moon, being less than one kilometre in diameter”. The astronomer also said, “This is an unstable situation […] Head-on collisions would quickly break apart and grind the objects down to dust.”

Speaking about the composition of those satellites, Sheppard said, “These objects started orbiting Jupiter, instead of falling into it. So we think they are intermediate between rocky asteroids and icy comets. So they are probably half ice and half rock.”

“Valetudo” is the name suggested for the “oddball” satellite. Valetudo was the great-granddaughter of the Roman god Jupiter, and Valetudo was regarded as the goddess of health and hygiene.

Sheppard said, “Jupiter is like a big vacuum cleaner because it is so massive”. Jupiter is the largest planet in the Solar System, with a diameter about 142,984 kilometres. The largest known satellite in the Solar System is Jupiter’s Ganymede, whose diameter is approximately about 5268 kilometres. Saturn has the second-most number of satellites: 62, while Uranus has 27.



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Institute of Economics and Management in Industry releases encyclopedia ‘All Russia’ under a free license

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The Institute of economics and management in industry located in Moscow, Russia sent an official confirmation to Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository run by Wikimedia Foundation, allowing to release the ‘All Russia’ encyclopedia published by the Institute under a free licence. Wikimedia Commons confirmed the permission and uploaded the file on 26 June 2018.

According to the “University Book” (Университетская книга) online portal and according to the Wikimedia Russia chapter, ‘All Russia’ became the first paper encyclopedia in Russia to be released under a free licence.

The permission came in the form from the head of the institute, Oleg Arkadevich Mikheev, to an official Wikimedia Commons address which is processed by volunteers to confirm the licensing permissions of newly created uploads. After the permission confirmation, a licensing volunteer from Wikimedia Commons whose Wikimedia username was ‘Lvova’, uploaded the file at 14:15 (UTC) on 26 June 2018.

The encyclopedia had an alphabetic index of cities and localities in Russia. Specifically according to the introduction at the beginning of the encyclopedia, 1448 localities are included of the Russian Federation, including 1051 cities, 366 settlements, 25 villages, 5 stations, and one sloboda — a large village or settlement, usually populated by non-serf (free) peasants — Bolshaya Martynivka. The encyclopedia was first published in 2001.

The free licence was Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International. It allowed everybody to copy, distribute and transmit the work, and to adapt the work, under the conditions of attribution and sharing alike. Sharing alike required that person, if they alter, transform, or build upon this work, they may distribute the resulting work only under the same or similar license to this one.

The Wikimedia Russia chapter, a non-profit supporting Wikimedia projects in Russia, has responded by publishing a press release in which they endorsed the move.



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July 16, 2018

Attack on journalists and lawyers by Municipal Guard investigated in Odessa, Ukraine

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Municipal Enterprise “Municipal Guard”, acting on behalf of the Odessa City Council, is dismantling the facilities, beating lawyers and journalists

Yesterday at a meeting of Odessa City Council, deputy Vadim Tereshchuk proposed an official investigation of the abuse of authority by the employees of the Department of Municipal Guard, who beat up journalists and lawyers the day before. The vice-mayor Anatoly Orlovsky did not support the request of Tereshchuk. However, he instructed the officials to inform the deputies about the progress of the investigation and its results.

On July 13, employees of the municipal enterprise “Municipal Guard” attacked journalists who were filming the activity of Odessa city crews. As a result of the incident three journalists suffered, employees of the municipal enterprise used tear gas against them and beat them with rubber clubs.

The events took place near one of the city parking lots in the center of Odessa. There were several cars of the “Municipal Guard”. Their goal was to dismantle the parking bars of the “Redut” law company. However, they met resistance of the parking lot renter’s employees. It ended up with a conflict. The journalists were recording what was happening on cameras, but for some unknown reason the representatives of the “Municipal Guard” used special equipment in the form of tear gas and rubber clubs. As a result, three journalists were injured. At least two of them were delivered to a medical facility.

At the moment, there are criminal proceedings: part 2 of Article 296 (hooliganism) of the Criminal Code of Ukraine; Article 171 (obstruction of the professional activity of journalists); article 345-1 (threat or violence against a journalist).

Two employees of the Municipal Guard were reported of suspicions. Odessa Local Prosecutor’s Office No. 3 is in charge of the criminal investigation which was opened after the events on the Nekrasova street.



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Municipal Enterprise “Municipal Guard”, acting on behalf of the Odessa City Council, is dismantling the facilities, beating lawyers and journalists

Yesterday at a meeting of Odessa City Council, deputy Vadim Tereshchuk proposed an official investigation of the abuse of authority by the employees of the Department of Municipal Guard, who beat up journalists and lawyers the day before. The vice-mayor Anatoly Orlovsky did not support the request of Tereshchuk. However, he instructed the officials to inform the deputies about the progress of the investigation and its results.

On July 13, employees of the municipal enterprise “Municipal Guard” attacked journalists who were filming the activity of Odessa city crews. As a result of the incident three journalists suffered, employees of the municipal enterprise used tear gas against them and beat them with rubber clubs.

The events took place near one of the city parking lots in the center of Odessa. There were several cars of the “Municipal Guard”. Their goal was to dismantle the parking bars of the “Redut” law company. However, they met resistance of the parking lot renter’s employees. It ended up with a conflict. The journalists were recording what was happening on cameras, but for some unknown reason the representatives of the “Municipal Guard” used special equipment in the form of tear gas and rubber clubs. As a result, three journalists were injured. At least two of them were delivered to a medical facility.

At the moment, there are criminal proceedings: part 2 of Article 296 (hooliganism) of the Criminal Code of Ukraine; Article 171 (obstruction of the professional activity of journalists); article 345-1 (threat or violence against a journalist).

Two employees of the Municipal Guard were reported of suspicions. Odessa Local Prosecutor’s Office No. 3 is in charge of the criminal investigation which was opened after the events on the Nekrasova street.



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France beats Croatia 4-2 to win 2018 FIFA World Cup

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Yesterday, France defeated Croatia 4–2 in the final of 2018 FIFA Football World Cup to win the tournament for the second time. French teenager Kylian Mbappé became the second teenager to score in a FIFA World Cup final after Pelé did in 1958’s tournament.

Croatia dominated the ball possession, having almost twice as much as France. In the sixth minute, French defender Samuel Umtiti won a free kick in the defensive half. In the 17th minute, Croatian midfielder Marcelo Brozović committed a foul and the referee awarded France a freekick. Mario Mandžukić ended up scoring an own goal from Antoine Griezmann’s assist, giving France an early lead. Domagoj Vida and Ivan Rakitić tried to equalise for Croatia, later, but their attempts were either blocked or went wide. In the 27th minute, French defensive midfielder N’Golo Kanté was shown a yellow card for a bad foul. A minute later, Ivan Perišić scored a left-footed shot from Vida’s assist, equalising for Croatia. The sides were not tied to 1–1 score for long. In the 35th minute, the referee awarded France a penalty kick, after confirming with the video assistant referee. Ivan Perišić had a handball in the penalty area. Greizmann scored from the penalty, putting the ball in the left corner and sending Croatian goalkeeper Danijel Subašić in the opposite direction. Frenchman Lucas Hernández was booked by the referee in the 41st minute. The first half ended with France leading 2–1.

In the second half, Griezmann missed a chance to score from Olivier Giroud’s assist. France made their first substitution in the 55th minute, as N’Golo Kanté was replaced by Steven N’Zonzi. Just before the one-hour mark, Paul Pogba had a shot towards goal but was blocked and Pogba collected the ball, and on the second attempt, the French midfielder scored from the left-footed shot, doubling the lead for France. Kylian Mbappé scored the fourth goal in the 65th minute, from Hernández’s assist. With this goal, Mbappé became the second teenager to score in a FIFA World Cup final. In the 69th minute, Mandžukić scored the second goal for Croatia, intercepting French goalkeeper Hugo Lloris‘ pass. However, Croatia could not catch up the two-goal difference, and the match ended 4–2, as France won their second FIFA World Cup.

French coach Didier Deschamps became only the third person to win the FIFA football World Cup as a player and a coach. As a player, Deschamps won the World Cup in 1998, when he was the captain of the French team. Two years ago, the Deschamps-led French team ended up as the losing side in the UEFA Euro 2016 tournament, 1–0 against Portugal in the extra-time.

After the match, Croatia’s coach Zlatko Dalić said, “I congratulate France on their title […] I have to congratulate my players, it was maybe the best game we played in these championships; we controlled the match but we conceded. Against such a strong side as France, you must not make mistakes. We are a bit sad but we have to be proud as well for what we’ve done.”

Croatian midfielder Ivan Rakitić said, “We were the better team in the first half, we were attacking, but we were unlucky tonight. They scored four goals from their three shots on goal. But I congratulate France, they deserved it.”

Tournament top scorer Harry Kane won the Adidas Golden Boot award. The English striker scored six goals in the entire tournament. Belgium’s goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois won the Adidas Golden Glove award. Croatia’s captain Luka Modrić won the Adidas Golden Ball prize.




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France 4–2 Croatia Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow, Russia
Attendance: 78,011
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Mario Mandžukić Scored after 18 minutes 18′ (o.g.)
Antoine Griezmann Scored after 38–39 minutes 38–39′ (pen.)
Paul Pogba Scored after 59 minutes 59′
Kylian Mbappé Scored after 65 minutes 65′
N’Golo Kanté Booked after 27 minutes 27′
Lucas Hernández Booked after 41 minutes 41′
N’Golo Kanté Substituted off after 55 minutes 55′
Steven N’Zonzi Substituted on after 55 minutes 55′
Blaise Matuidi Substituted off after 73 minutes 73′
Corentin Tolisso Substituted on after 73 minutes 73′
Olivier Giroud Substituted off after 81 minutes 81′
Nabil Fekir Substituted on after 81 minutes 81′
2–1 (HT) Ivan Perišić Scored after 28 minutes 28′
Mario Mandžukić Scored after 69 minutes 69′
Šime Vrsaljko Booked after 90+2 minutes 90+2′
Ante Rebić Substituted off after 71 minutes 71′
Andrej Kramarić Substituted on after 71 minutes 71′
Ivan Strinić Substituted off after 81 minutes 81′
Marko Pjaca Substituted on after 81 minutes 81′

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July 15, 2018

Riots break out in France after 2018 World Cup victory

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After France won the 2018 FIFA World Cup after having defeated the team from Croatia in the final football game on Sunday, celebrations turned into riots in Paris, Lyon, Marseille, Ajaccio, Strasbourg and Rouen. In total 292 people were arrested.

In Paris, masked troublemakers described as “youth” attacked a major store and threw bottles at police. Nearby, 4000 police were in readiness and responded with water cannon and tear gas. 90 were arrested.

In Marseille, two police officers were wounded and ten persons were detained.

In Lyon, 100 “youth” caused unrest and police responded by firing tear gas at them. Police arrested 18 people.



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Ice Golf Is Golf on Ice also known as Snow Golf. It is generally played during the winter season but can be played year-round on an indoor rink. Invented/created by a Canadian,Tina Blomme, in the middle 1990`s, is becoming more and more popular in the Northern Countries. There are now yearly tournaments and events throughout Northern Asia, Europe and North America.

Snow Golf Vs Ice Golf

Ice Golf is Golf Played on Ice. Its counterpart Snow Golf is Golf played on Snow. Players interchange the two names but Ice Golf can be played indoors like hockey or curling. Whereas, Snow Golf is almost always played outdoors and generally on a Ski Hill. This is because the mountain resorts usually have all the equipment needed to make snow and maintain a snow golf course.

History of Ice Golf

The History of the Sport is fairly recent and accounted best in this article: New Ideas Par for the Course for Entrepreneur[1] The idea came to Tina Blomme after a Snow Boarding accident in 1996. However, she started developing the sport fully after dreaming about in 1997. There were several occasions Ms Blomme did research on the viability of the sport. It did not prove to be viable until after she designed and ran the first Snow Golf Course in 2006/2007. However, she was accepted to University of Laval in 2007. Thus, she only consulted on events and course design while attending Law School.

The First Official Ice/Snow Golf Course 2006/2007

This course was completed and test marketed next to the Ice Hotel 30 minutes NW from Quebec City. A challenging course was created on the lake at Auberge Duchesnay, Sainte-Catherine-de-la-Jacques-Cartier. It was a full-9 hole, Par 3 course with a practice Ice Putting Course. International tourists visited and played on the course for the entire winter season. Many described the experience as “a golfers paradise“, “a Bucket list item for golfers“ and “an adventure of a lifetime“.

Tina Blomme (inventor of Ice/Snow Golf) playing on the first official Ice/Snow Golf Course near Quebec City

Present Day Ice Golf

Ice Golf is now played all over the world. There are several annual championships and 100`s of reoccurring events. Most events are held for charitable or team building reasons. It is predicated to go

mainstream as a ski resort seasonal activity in the next 5 years.

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