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          Scientists make historic Indian Ocean exploration broadcast      Cache   Translate Page      

A scientific mission to document changes taking place beneath the Indian Ocean has broadcast its first live, television-quality video transmission from a two-person submersible. Monsoon storms and fierce underwater currents continued to present a challenge at greater depths as the British-led mission began to work in earnest off the Seychelles. The first transmission came from 60 meters (200 feet) down. Previous deep-sea livestreams cataloguing the world’s oceans have been via fibre-optic cable. The new broadcast uses cutting-edge wireless technology, sending video optically through the waves. The Associated Press is the only news agency working with British scientists from the Nekton research team on its deep-sea mission that aims to unlock the secrets of the Indian Ocean, one of the world’s least explored areas. The multi-national team of scientists is gathering data to help policy-makers frame protection and conservation measures. Nekton Mission director Oliver Steeds said the experience battling the waves underlines the need to expand scientific knowledge of the waters off the island nation, which the team is there to do. “The problem is, when it comes to this place, when it came to the currents, the last current data that was gathered before we came here was in 1882,” he said. “It’s part of the challenge. This is exploration.”

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          Indian Ocean exploration makes historic undersea broadcast      Cache   Translate Page      

Indian Ocean exploration makes historic undersea broadcastALPHONSE ISLAND, Seychelles (AP) — A British-led scientific mission to document changes taking place beneath the Indian Ocean has broadcast its first live, television-quality video transmission from a two-person submersible.



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Emirates today announced the launch of a second daily flight from Dubai (DXB) to London Stansted (STN) starting 1st July, 2019. The additional flight means that Emirates customers will now have 11 daily flight options to and from three London airports.  As with the first, the second daily flight to Stansted will also be operated by Emirates’ ‘game changing’ Boeing 777-300ER aircraft in a three-class configuration with 6 private suites in First Class, 42 fully-flat beds in Business Class and 306 seats in Economy Class. The aircraft offers customers an enriched travel experience across all cabins with newly designed seats and upgraded inflight entertainment systems. Customers will also enjoy new levels of comfort with fully enclosed private suites in First Class as well as refreshed Business and Economy Class cabins.“We are increasing capacity to London Stansted to meet steady demand from both leisure and business travellers to and from the region, as well as international student traffic to Cambridge. We continuously seek ways to maximise convenience and flexibility for our customers and the second daily flight combined with the optimal travel schedules will do exactly that; provide a seamless travel experience with Emirates,” said Hubert Frach, Emirates Divisional Senior Vice President, Commercial Operations West.The second daily flight to Stansted also means increased tourism to the region, enabling further trade and economic growth. Popular inbound markets include Australia, UAE, India, South Africa, China, Malaysia and Hong Kong.Emirates customers travelling from London Stansted will also have more access to destinations across the airline’s global network with convenient connection times. Popular destinations for UK travellers such as Brisbane, Melbourne, Male, Seychelles, Bali, Singapore, Colombo, Bangalore and Bangkok all fall within an approximate two and half hour connection time. Emirates’ partnership with flydubai unlocks even more destination options for outbound travel, with seamless connections to Zanzibar, Kathmandu, Faisalabad and Asmara, to name a few.Travelling to Dubai for a weekend getaway or short work trip will also be more convenient with a morning or evening arrival option in Dubai and afternoon or evening arrival in Stansted. All Emirates First Class and Business Class customers travelling to and from Stansted enjoy complimentary chauffeur drive service within a 50 mile radius.Beginning 1st July, the first daily flight from Dubai to London Stansted will operate as EK65, departing Dubai at 0900hrs and arriving in London Stansted at 1330hrs. The return flight, EK66 will depart London Stansted at 1500hrs and arrive in Dubai at 0105hrs the following day. The second daily flight from Dubai to London Stansted will operate as EK67, departing Dubai at 1415hrs and arriving in London Stansted at 1845hrs. The return flight, EK68 will depart London Stansted at 2110hrs and arrive in Dubai at 0710hrs the following day.The additional Dubai-Stansted flight will also double the daily cargo capacity offered by Emirates SkyCargo to a total of 40 tonnes each way, facilitating trade and benefitting local businesses.Emirates second daily flight to London Stansted brings Emirates’ total weekly flights to the UK to 140 – six services a day from Heathrow, three daily from London Gatwick and Manchester, two daily from Birmingham, Glasgow and London Stansted, and a daily service from Newcastle and Edinburgh. Emirates serves a global network of 158 destinations.

Source: Transportweekly
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Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:

1. FAA JOINS ETHIOPIA CRASH PROBE

U.S. aviation experts join the investigation into the deadly crash of an Ethiopian Airlines jetliner, as a growing number of airlines and countries ground the Boeing 737 Max 8 planes.

2. TRUMP’S CAMPAIGN AGENDA FOUND IN NEW BUDGET

His budget for the next fiscal year focuses on deep spending cuts and pushing more money toward his long-promised wall, improving veterans’ care and combating opioid abuse.

3. US WITHDRAWING EMBASSY PERSONNEL FROM VENEZUELA

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announces the decision as the South American nation struggles to restore electricity and a political crisis deepens.

4. BREXIT FACES KEY TEST

Britain’s prime minister is facing continued opposition to her EU divorce deal despite “legally binding” changes that she hopes will win parliamentary support for the agreement.

5. WHERE VIOLENCE STILL RAGES

In northwestern Syria, where dozens have been killed over the past three weeks and tens of thousands more displaced, imperiling a truce between Turkey and Russia.

6. NEW MEXICO MULLS STATE-RUN POT SHOPS

Legislators broker a bill that would set up government-operated marijuana stores and subsidize medical cannabis for the poor.

7. STAKES UNUSUALLY HIGH IN SLEEPY STATE BALLOT

A special state Senate election in Iowa is gaining national attention as presidential hopefuls try to help a fellow Democrat win.

8. EXPLORATION MISSION OFF SEYCHELLES MAKES HISTORY

A scientific mission to document changes taking place beneath the Indian Ocean broadcasts its first live, TV-quality video transmission from a two-person submersible.

9. MMA STAR CONOR MCGREGOR ARRESTED IN FLORIDA

The popular fighter was detained in Miami Beach for stealing the cellphone of someone who was trying to take his photo, authorities say.

10. WESTBROOK HAS VERBAL ALTERCATION WITH JAZZ FANS

The Oklahoma City star got into a heated verbal altercation with a fan and the man’s wife during second-quarter action in Utah.


          Scientists broadcast live video from the depths of the Indian Ocean      Cache   Translate Page      
Scientists have achieved a historic first, allowing audiences to join on an exploration in the depths of the Indian Ocean with a TV-quality live-stream broadcast from a submersible. The British Nekton team led the mission, which reached depths of several hundred metres off the Seychelles. While deep ocean live streams have been carried out before, they have broadcast using fibre-optic cables. The Nekton mission, however, used state-of-the-art wireless technology. "It's out of this world," submersible pilot Randy Holt said. "You feel like you're on a different planet."
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REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, JAKARTA --Umat Islam di Seychelles membutuhkan masjid yang representatif. Sebelumnya, hanya ada sebuah tempat ibadah sederhana di kawasan Mont Fleui, Victoria. Awalnya, masjid kecil bernama Masjid Alquran dan Sunah...
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REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, JAKARTA -- Siapa kini yang tidak kenal Seychelles. Setelah Pangeran William dan istrinya Kate Middleton memilih negara kepulauan tersebut sebagai tujuan bulan madu mereka, Seychelles menjadi salah satu...
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The draw for the qualifying rounds of the CAF Champions League – the CAF version of the UEFA Champions League – has been made and both the local teams involved now know their opposition. Orlando Pirates travel to the Seychelles for a tie against Light Stars and Mamelodi Sundowns… well… they face: Leones Vegetarianos Fútbol … Continue reading "Beware the vegetarian lions"
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          Seychelles science mission chases a wayward drone, in vain      Cache   Translate Page      
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