NASA is upping its game thanks to new navigation technology designed to guide the rover to a safe spot. The spacecraft also has a slew of cameras and microphones to capture the sights and sounds of descent and landing, a Martian first. Faster than previous Mars vehicles but still moving at a glacial pace, the six wheeled Perseverance will drive across Jezero, collecting core samples of the most enticing rocks and gravel.
A MacRumors report says that the updated Apple Maps app on the iOS 14.5 beta brings the feature to report incidents, which includes accidents, hazards, and speed checks. A new Report button for the feature appears alongside the existing Add Stop, Share ETA, Details, and Audio options. By pressing that button, users can select the type of incident or hazard they want to report..
She returned to Australia last November as part of a prisoner swap agreement that saw the release of three Iranians accused of plotting to kill Israeli officials in Bangkok. But the eminent Islamic scholar was reportedly heartbroken on her return to learn of allegations of her husband’s relationship with Dr Kylie Baxter, her PhD supervisor. Quoting friends, the Australian paper said the affair began a year after Ms Moore Gilbert’s arrest.
The couple were wed in a traditional Jewish ceremony in 2017 after meeting a decade earlier in Israel. Ms Moore Gilbert spent 804 days in jail, after being accused of being a spy by the Iranians and sentenced to 10 years. She was seized in 2018 after attending a conference at the holy city of Qom in central Iran and strongly denied the charges.
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