Nasa’s Mars InSight lander has detected the first ever seismic and acoustic waves generated by meteorite strikes on another planet and located the impact crate sites. The new findings can help researchers better understand the makeup and structure of the … Continue reading Nasa InSight Lander “Hears” Mars Shockwaves
Some will want the Queen’s passing to signal the end of the institution itself and will think this the perfect time to make themselves heard. In response to the occasional booing or placard-holding, police have a set of choices: ignore … Continue reading Should Anti-Monarchist Protestors Face Arrest during Queen’s Funeral Processsion?
Chad is one of the poorest countries in the world, where one in every five children dies before their fifth birthday. A teacher was inspired to set up a mobile school when he saw children playing at a nomad camp. … Continue reading Chad’s Mobile School for Nomadic Children
Thousands of people watched in near-silence as the Queen’s coffin made its journey up the Royal Mile in Edinburgh. The Queen will lie at rest in the cathedral until Tuesday afternoon.The crowd fell silent as the coffin passed the Canons’ … Continue reading Edinbugh Sees Crowds Silent and Solemn for the Queens Procession
On Thursday, members of the CWU, the union that represents postal workers, went on strike. But upon the announcement of the Queen’s passing, the union called off its scheduled boycott for Friday. The action was called off, according to CWU … Continue reading Strike Action Postponed Until after the Queen’s Funeral
For decades, constitutional lawyers have debated whether Prince Charles on becoming King will be a reformist when he succeeds the Queen, and how involved he might become politically Specifically, his “spider memos” to government ministers, which gave evidence of his … Continue reading King Charles III: the Conventions that Limit Any Political Power