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17:54  02 june  2020
17:54  02 june  2020 Source:   space.com

NASA astronaut reveals what space smells like – and let's just say we're happy staying on Earth

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Each week at Live Science we find the most interesting and informative articles we can. Along the way, we uncover some amazing and cool images . Now, using data from the W.M. Keck Observatory in Hawaii and the Hubble Space Telescope, astronomers have captured a snapshot of its unblinking gaze.

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A vendor prepares waffles on his stall at Camden Market in London on June 1, 2020 as outdoor markets reopen following an easing of the lockdown restrictions during the novel coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic © Getty A vendor prepares waffles on his stall at Camden Market in London on June 1, 2020 as outdoor markets reopen following an easing of the lockdown restrictions during the novel coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic

The majority of Britons want the economy to be "significantly" different after the pandemic passes, according to a poll for Sky News.

A survey carried out by YouGov for Sky News underlines that most people in the UK see the crisis as an opportunity to change the nature of the economy, with many calling for permanently higher spending and borrowing in future years.

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When asked about the structure of Britain's economy - the types of jobs that people do, and the different things British companies sell and invest in - some 57% of Britons said it should be "significantly different to how it was before the coronavirus". Only 25% said it should go back to how it was before the virus, with 17% unsure.

The polling also found that 49% of people thought the government should keep public spending high even if it meant a higher national debt, with only 20% arguing for borrowing to be cut back in the coming years.

NASA chief "all in" for Tom Cruise to film on space station

  NASA chief CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — NASA is rolling out the International Space Station’s red carpet for Tom Cruise to make a movie in orbit. The space agency's administrator, Jim Bridenstine, said before Wednesday’s planned launch of two NASA astronauts aboard a SpaceX rocket that Elon Musk’s company is already getting customers eager to blast off. Cruise is one of them. Bridenstine said he’ll leaving it to Cruise and SpaceX to provide the mission details.

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The survey comes amid a growing debate about the nature of globalisation and the public finances, with many arguing that the changes during this recession - including dramatically higher public spending and reduced reliance on international trade - should become permanent in the future.

Former Labour chancellor Alistair Darling said that some things should indeed change in the coming years. He said the government should also consider whether to raise taxes on wealth, though he said existing taxes such as council tax would be better vehicles than new taxes.

"The inability or reluctance to tackle wealth has been a problem for a while now and I think the government does need to look at that, and council taxes are the most obvious thing," Lord Darling said, pointing out that the valuation bands have not been changed since the early 1990s.

SpaceX wants to write space history with a manned mission to the ISS

 SpaceX wants to write space history with a manned mission to the ISS © Bill INGALLS Elon Musk's company Space X wants to write space history on Wednesday: A Falcon 9 rocket from the US company is scheduled to leave the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral at 22.33 CEST Start the ISS space station. Elon Musk's company Space X plans to write space history on Wednesday: A Falcon 9 rocket from the US company is scheduled to launch from the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral to the International Space Station at 16.33 local time (22.33 CEST).

Click through this gallery to see more amazing space photos from the week . This image shows Europe's long-lost Beagle 2 lander on the surface of Mars. NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter captured this picture of the Red Planet from its orbit.

Click through this gallery to see more amazing space photos from the week . Russian Spacecraft Spinning Out of Control in Orbit, with Salvage Bid A Pluto-bound NASA probe has captured the best-ever images of the dwarf planet, revealing surface features that include a possible polar ice cap.

"Now don't get me wrong, every government takes one look at changing council tax, then they remember the poll tax and say: 'Right, what's the next thing?'

"But it is so out of kilter now with reality. It needs to be looked at. And there's a question of inheritance tax, which you know, it's more noted for the fact you can avoid paying it rather than that they do pay it.

"I would strongly advise the chancellor there's not really a time to spend too much time in the laboratory, seeing your thing work. There are things I think you can do now with the instruments at your disposal that would mean that we get through recovery."

However, the former Conservative chancellor Norman Lamont said that while it was natural for people to call for changes to the status quo, the likely scale of change was exaggerated.

"There will be changes," said Lord Lamont. "Obviously the consequences of this recession, this downturn, this freezing of the economy, will be with us for a long time."

Nike Sneaker: Would you wear a garbage shoe?

 Nike Sneaker: Would you wear a garbage shoe? © Nike mode-space-hippie-aufm.jpg Whether Nike sneakers, a cashmere sweater or an exclusive leather bag. There is a lot of waste in the production of fashion. All individual parts of a piece are usually cut from large sheets of material, in order to then be sewn or glued together. What remains is a considerable amount of rest, which is usually too small to be reused. Nike is one of the largest players in the sneaker business and is aware of its responsibility towards the environment.

From the launch of the U.S. Air Force's X-37B space plane to new views of the odd bright spots on the dwarf planet Ceres, don't miss these amazing space images of the week for May 23, 2015.

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Industries facing the toughest comeback after coronavirus (Lovemoney)

a group of people on a field: Devastating industries the world over, the coronavirus pandemic is battering businesses across the globe. With half the global population under some sort of lockdown, economic activity has pretty much ground to a halt and a deep recession is looming. Yet while almost every sector is feeling the pain, some are hurting significantly more than others and may even suffer irrevocable damage. Click or scroll through to take a look at the industries set to struggle to bounce back.

He said that he did not see the case for a wealth tax, calling it "a wealth-destroying tax" and adding: "I think life may end up more similar to how it is now than people imagine.

"We hear a lot of talk about social distancing becoming semi-permanent. Well, I think that's frankly unreal. It's completely against human nature, but it would also bankrupt whole swathes of the economy in this country, particularly the hospitality industry, which employs over three million people - more than the financial services industry."

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Stay at home as much as possible to stop coronavirus spreading - here is the latest government guidance. If you think you have the virus, don't go to the GP or hospital, stay indoors and get advice online. Only call NHS 111 if you cannot cope with your symptoms at home; your condition gets worse; or your symptoms do not get better after seven days. In parts of  Wales where 111 isn't available, call NHS Direct on 0845 46 47. In  Scotland, anyone with symptoms is advised to self-isolate for seven days. In  Northern Ireland, call your GP.

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Mars - glorious, dusty, complex Mars - may once have been even more dazzling. New research provides even more evidence that a rubbly ring once circled the Red Planet. The new clue lies in Deimos, the smaller of the two Martian moons. It's orbiting Mars at a slight tilt with respect to the planet's equator - and this could very well be the result of the gravitational shenanigans caused by a planetary ring.

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