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Look up! – When you can see the rare full ‘blue moon’

CNN — This weekend is your next chance to gaze at the rare full blue moon before it disappears until 2024. A blue moon is the third full moon in a season containing four full moons instead of the usual three, according to Sky & Telescope magazine. The lunar phenomenon has been a cultural inspiration for music, art, and language — such as the hit song “When My Blue Moon Turns to Gold Again“, recorded by multiple artists including Elvis Presley, as well as the saying “once in a blue moon” to describe a rare event. Sources differ on how long the phrase...

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Rare ‘Legends of Zelda’ video game sells for a record $870,000

  (CNN) — A sealed, rare version of the iconic Nintendo game “The Legend of Zelda” sold for $870,000 at auction on Friday, making it the most expensive video game ever sold, according to Heritage Auctions, the auction house that ran the sale. The copy was unopened and came from an early limited production run of the NES game dating back to a few months in 1987, the auction house said. WataGames, a professional grading company for video games, gave the copy of the game a 9.0/A grade out of a 10 scale. Heritage Auctions described the copy as “the...

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Cat found alive and reunited with family after Surfside building collapse

       (CNN) — Binx, a cat who lived on the ninth floor of the Champlain Towers South, was reunited with his family on Friday after volunteers found him near the site of the collapse, Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava said in a news conference. “After 16 long and extremely difficult days, I’m happy to be able to share a small piece of good news,” the mayor said Friday evening. Levine Cava said there are people who feed the cats in the area surrounding the collapse site and one of the volunteers thought they recognized the cat and brought...

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Virgin Galactic lands safely after space launch with billionaire founder on board

(CNN) — Richard Branson boldly went where no space baron has gone before on Sunday, when he stepped onto the supersonic space plane from his rocket venture, Virgin Galactic. Branson’s brief joy ride was more than two decades in the making. He founded Virgin Galactic in 2004 with the goal of creating a winged spacecraft capable of taking up to eight people, including two pilots and six passengers, on rocket-powered flights that reach more than 50 miles above Earth, which the US government considers the boundary marking outer space. Virgin Galactic’s VSS Unity, as the spaceplane...

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Microsoft urges Windows users to update immediately in security warning

Microsoft is urging Windows users to immediately install an update after security researchers found a serious vulnerability in the operating system. The security flaw, known as PrintNightmare, affects the Windows Print Spooler service, CNN reports. Researchers at cybersecurity company Sangfor accidentally published a how-to guide for exploiting it. The researchers tweeted in late May that they had found vulnerabilities in Print Spooler, which allows multiple users to access a printer. They published a proof-of-concept online by mistake and subsequently deleted it — but not before it was...

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NHL goaltender Matiss Kivlenieks dead from fireworks accident

 (CNN) — Matiss Kivlenieks, a goaltender for the Columbus Blue Jackets of the National Hockey League, died Sunday night after an accident involving fireworks at a party, according to authorities in Novi, Michigan. Kivlenieks, 24, died from a fireworks mortar blast and chest trauma, according to Inspector Mitch Brown of the Oakland County Medical Examiner’s Office. The death was ruled accidental after a full autopsy was conducted by the Oakland County Chief Medical Examiner Dr. Ljubisa Dragovic, Brown said. Novi Police Department Lt. Jason Meier told CNN that the chest injury...

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NCAA allows college athletes to profit off their name, image in policy shift

Starting Thursday, college athletes will have the opportunity to make money from their name, image and likeness (NIL) after the NCAA Board of Governors approved an interim policy that gives student-athletes in all three divisions the ability to profit from sponsorship opportunities for the first time. “This is an important day for college athletes since they all are now able to take advantage of name, image and likeness opportunities,” NCAA President Mark Emmert said in a news release. The policy remains under interim status while the NCAA works with Congress and states to come...

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