Notre correspondant spatial, l'astronaute italien de l'ESA Luca Parmitano est arrivé dans la Station spatiale internationale (ISS). Il nous livre ses premières impressions dans ce quatrième épisode de notre série "Space chronicles". "Le 20 juillet, mes coéquipiers et moi avons pris place à bord d’un Soyouz MS-13 pour rejoindre l’équipage qui se trouve ici dans l'ISS." "Nous sommes opérationnels pour ainsi dire, même si c’est plus compliqué avec l’absence de gravité qui règne dans la station." "Mais on nous a mis au travail dès notre arrivée, car dès notre première semaine, nous avons dû capturer un “dragon”. Ici, on ne parle pas de Game of Thrones, mais d’une capsule Dragon qui permet de nous ravitailler. Elle nous apporte tout ce dont nous avons besoin pour vivre à bord de la station spatiale." "A cause de cette opération de fret, nous avons … [Read more...] about Luca Parmitano, prêt pour le service à bord de l’ISS !
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We had a broken comments section for a bit yesterday, so please make sure you give some advice to yesterday's letter writer. I matched with this guy on two dating sites and we decided to go out on a date. Our first date was amazing! We went to a restaurant and were just so caught up with each other. Constant eye contact and light hand touching ... it was fab. Then he offers to drive me home because he was going to visit his friend who lives near me. Turns out this friend of his is someone I know – because I was intimate with him years ago. I decided to tell my date because communication is key. He admits to me that he had sexual relations with a friend of mine as well. Side note: She told me after this that he was her ex-boyfriend! I was shocked because he told me on the date that they just had sexual relations and nothing more. She said that they dated for a couple of months. He told me he was never her boyfriend. Since then we have been intimate and we've hung out at his … [Read more...] about ‘He told me he was never her boyfriend’
PUBLISHED: 13:31 20 April 2019 | UPDATED: 15:40 20 April 2019 Reece Hanson Carley Fletcher after being assaulted by her partner David Learmonth. PHOTO: Carley Fletcher Archant A domestic violence survivor who had to spray her boyfriend with bleach to stop a vicious assault has urged people to reach out and get protection from abusers. Carley Fletcher was subjected to the horrific attack by her boyfriend of five months David Learmonth, who repeatedly kicked her in the head and held a broken chair leg to her throat.Shortly before the attack, which took place on December 13 last year, Learmonth changed his relationship status on Facebook to 'widowed', before trying to climb up to her flat on a ladder outside.She said: “I didn't want him to kick off outside because there is a baby in the building so I went running down and let him inside.“He was getting mad so I locked my dog in my bedroom. My dog doesn't like him anyway because of the way he … [Read more...] about ‘I sat there with bleach and told him not to come near me’
A majority of French believe populist National Rally leader Marine Le Pen would do a better job on migration issues than President Emmanuel Macron, a poll has revealed. The poll, which was taken by Elabe and released on Wednesday, asked participants whether they thought Ms Le Pen or President Macron would do better on key issues, BFMTV reports.54 percent of French believe Le Pen would do a much better job in terms of tackling illegal migration and other issues relating to migration. Le Pen also scored 52 percent from respondents on tackling crime and delinquency. The results come after Macron declared earlier this week at a town hall in the suburbs of Essonne that “We are living in a world of mass migration,” adding: “I do not believe at all in the people who would build walls, because walls do not work.” Le Pen narrowly lost to Macron on the topic of terrorism in the survey with 48 percent believing the populist leader would do a … [Read more...] about Majority of French Say Le Pen Would Do Better than Macron on Migration
NEW Year's fireworks will light up our skies on Monday, with spectacular displays taking place up and down the country. Here's a round-up of where you can catch some of the best shows near you. Where are displays happening throughout the UK? London If you've nabbed tickets, you can watch the show from Victoria Embankment, the South Bank, Westminster Bridge, Waterloo Bridge or Albert Embankment. Organisers introduced ticketing for 100,000 people in 2014, in order to prevent overcrowding. Unfortunately, this year's tickets are now sold out. But that doesn't mean you have to miss out - there are plenty of other spots with great views of the display. Edinburgh The Scottish capital hosts one of the world's most spectacular New Year firework displays. On Hogmanay this year, there will be plenty of activities, including the glittering show above Edinburgh Castle. There's also an earlier fireworks display, which kicks off at the castle just before 6pm. tickets are from £8.50. The … [Read more...] about New Year’s Eve fireworks near me – where to watch the fireworks across the UK