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  • Vega rocket blasts off with gravity-hunting satellite

    BERLIN: A Vega rocket bearing a European prototype satellite blasted into space early on Thursday on a mission to search for ripples in space and across time, a phenomenon predicted but never proven by physicist Albert Einstein 100 years ago...

    The launch lit up the night sky at the launch site in French Guiana, just north of the Equator in South America, before the rocket disappeared into the clouds, the European Space Agency (ESA)...

  • Astronomy: The summer night sky

    AT any time of the night, in any season, when the sky is free from pollution, mist droplets or city lights — or glow of any other kind (even the lunar) one can see around three thousand stars of variant brightness...

    This of course does not include those multitudinous stars that lie embedded in that arm of the Milky Way, our own parent galaxy that passes far overhead from the north of the sky and snakes across the southerly...

  • Britain eyes wider probe on Sky takeover

    LONDON: Britain on Tuesday said it may widen its probe into the planned takeover of pan-European satellite TV giant Sky by Rupert Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox entertainment group...

    While the blockbuster deal has already raised concerns about the influence of the Australian-born US tycoon over Britain’s media landscape, industry observers are also worried that the controversial reporting style of Murdoch’s Fox News channel could be...

  • Crime rate sky-high

    A village called Satokatla is said to be a safe haven for criminals...

    Baach Hussain LahorePublished in Dawn, April 27th, 2015On a mobile phone? Get the Dawn Mobile App: Apple Store | Google Play...

  • ‘Open sky’ policy

    This government should not make the same mistake as it did back in the 1990s in the name of ‘open sky’...

    We have examples of how countries protect their market for their national airlines...

  • Froome in control despite Sky’s near miss

    PLUMELEC: Chris Froome stayed firmly on track for the Tour de France title when he retained the overall leader’s yellow jersey after the ninth stage, a 28-kilometre team time trial won by the slimmest of margins by BMC Racing on Sunday...

    On Sunday, BMC Racing clocked 32 minutes 15 seconds to beat Sky by one second and Froome now leads American Tejay van Garderen by 12 seconds overall and Belgian rider Greg Van Avermaet — another BMC...

  • Froome extends Team Sky deal

    LONDON: Britain’s two-time Tour de France champion Chris Froome has extended his contract with Team Sky until 2018, the British team said on Tuesday...

    “Team Sky have been fundamental to my success to date, so it was a very easy decision to commit to the team until the end of 2018,” Froome said...

  • Students study under open sky

    RAHIM YAR KHAN: On Wednesday when the temperature soared to 47 degrees Celsius, children as young as five to eight years old were found studying under the open sky in Maktab School, Nazirabad village of Liaquatpur tehsil, 86km from the district headquarters...

    However, there was no classroom for children, according to residents of Nazirabad...

  • Soundcheck: Sky high

    I’ve also been touring Pakistan and India...

    Every day is valuable for me because it presents something different — nothing satisfies me more than a productive day in the studio or working on new stuff...

  • Britain’s new i360 tower a ‘pier in the sky’

    The design is meant to be a 21st Century take on the Victorian pleasure piers that characterise British seaside towns: this time, a vertical pier in the sky, according to project chiefs...

    Instead they took the chance to recalibrate it for Brighton, already Britain’s most popular seaside destination for foreign tourists, in this project that has taken 13 years of work to come to fruition...

  • The eyes in the sky over North Korea

    Satellite imaging has been around for decades, but for most of that time was almost exclusively for government and military use...

    For civilian North Korea watchers, the aerial snapshots provided by organisations such as DigitalGlobe and Airbus DS opened an entirely new window onto one of the most closed regions in the world...

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