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Sealed in 24 February 2021 12:20:33
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In the past we don't have tecnology and don't have modules.

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My Trip Of Usa

Pedro My Go To The Usa And Have parks I N Usa Very Bealtifull And Play I bought a lot of things and that was a marked day in my life

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Sealed in 22 February 2021 12:28:05
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In 2021 is going to presencial class because the vaccine is going to save problem of lung

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Sealed in 22 February 2021 12:20:09
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that 2021is going to be a very good year

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Sealed in 09 January 2021 12:03:58
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Sealed with Dogecoin PREDICTION: Medvedev will win his first Grand Slam Title as Australian Open 2021

My Prediction: Thiem will be in a bad shape and will be stopped at the QF. Nadal and Djokovic will clash on SF. The final will be Djokovic vs Medvedev and the russian will grab his first Grand Slam title in 4 sets.

The first Major of the season ( Australian Open) will take place at Melbourne Park between February 5-21, gathering the world's finest players in more different conditions than ever before in Australia.

The players will arrive in Melbourne in mid-January and embrace a two-week quarantine, practicing only with a couple of rivals and having a chance to play two ATP 250 tournaments and the ATP Cup ahead of the first Australian Open encounters. If everything goes right, all the top-60 players will chase the first Major title of the season, including the six-time champion Roger Federer, who is trying to recover in time and enter the draw.

The defending champion and the record-holder Novak Djokovic will be the top seed, seeking the ninth Melbourne crown ahead of Rafael Nadal, Dominic Thiem and Daniil Medvedev. Nadal is trying to win the first title since 2009, and Thiem is eager to go a step further than in 2020. The Austrian was two sets to one up against the Serb in the title clash, only to lose ground and suffer a five-sets loss.

Roger Federer reached the semis last January before experiencing a knee injury and skipping the rest of the season, hoping to get back and chase the 21st Major title in February. Alexander Zverev should be in contention too if he brings his best tennis, reaching the semis in Melbourne this year and hoping for more in less than two months.

Source: https://tennisuptodate.com/atp/djokovic-nadal-thiem-federer-to-compete-in-melbourne

Australian Open 2021 Entry List:
1 DJOKOVIC, Novak SRB 1
2 NADAL, Rafael ESP 2
3 THIEM, Dominic AUT 3
4 MEDVEDEV, Daniil RUS 4
5 TSITSIPAS, Stefanos GRE 6
6 ZVEREV, Alexander GER 7
7 RUBLEV, Andrey RUS 8
8 SCHWARTZMAN, Diego ARG 9
9 BERRETTINI, Matteo ITA 10
10 MONFILS, Gael FRA 11
11 SHAPOVALOV, Denis CAN 12
12 BAUTISTA AGUT, Roberto ESP 13
13 RAONIC, Milos CAN 14
14 GOFFIN, David BEL 15
15 CARRENO BUSTA, ESP 16
16 FOGNINI, Fabio ITA 17
17 WAWRINKA, Stan SUI 18
18 DIMITROV, Grigor BUL 19
19 KHACHANOV, Karen RUS 20
20 AUGER-ALIASSIME, Felix CAN 21
21 GARIN, Cristian CHI 22
22 DE MINAUR, Alex AUS 23
23 CORIC, Borna CRO 24
24 ISNER, John USA 25
25 LAJOVIC, Dusan SRB 26
26 RUUD, Casper NOR 27
27 PAIRE, Benoit FRA 28
28 FRITZ, Taylor USA 29
29 HUMBERT, Ugo FRA 30
30 KRAJINOVIC, Filip SRB 31
31 EVANS, Daniel GBR 32
32 SONEGO, Lorenzo ITA 33
33 HURKACZ, Hubert POL 34
34 MANNARINO, Adrian FRA 35
35 STRUFF, Jan-Lennard GER 36
36 SINNER, Jannik ITA 37
37 MILLMAN, John AUS 38
38 OPELKA, Reilly USA 39
39 BASILASHVILI, Nikoloz GEO 40
40 NISHIKORI, Kei JPN 41
41 CILIC, Marin CRO 42
42 PELLA, Guido ARG 43
43 KECMANOVIC, Miomir SRB 44
44 KYRGIOS, Nick AUS 45
45 RAMOS-VINOLAS, Albert ESP 46
46 GASQUET, Richard FRA 47
47 EDMUND, Kyle AUS 48
48 SANDGREN, Tennys USA 49
49 BUBLIK, Alexander KAZ 50
50 THOMPSON, Jordan AUS 51
51 DAVIDOVICH FOKINA, Alejandro ESP 52
52 QUERREY, Sam USA 53
53 PAUL, Tommy USA 54
54 FUCSOVICS, Marton HUN 55
55 NISHIOKA, Yoshihito JPN 56
56 DJERE, Laslo SRB 57
57 BEDENE, Aljaz SLO 58
58 TIAFOE, Frances USA 59
59 ANDUJAR, Pablo ESP 60
60 POSPISIL, Vasek CAN 61
61 SIMON, Gilles FRA 63
62 LOPEZ, Feliciano ESP 64
63 KOEPFER, Dominik GER 66
64 CUEVAS, Pablo URU 67
65 VESELY, Jiri CZE 68
66 BERANKIS, Ricardas LTU 69
67 NORRIE, Cameron GBR 71
68 LU, Yen-Hsun TPE @71
69 JOHNSON, Steve USA 72
70 GIRON, Marcos USA 73
71 TRAVAGLIA, Stefano ITA 74
72 CHARDY, Jeremy FRA 75
73 CARUSO, Salvatore ITA 76
74 MOUTET, Corentin FRA 77
75 GERASIMOV, Egor BLR 78
76 LONDERO, Juan Ignacio ARG 79
77 CECCHINATO, Marco ITA 80
78 ANDERSON, Kevin RSA 81
79 DELBONIS, Federico ARG 82
80 HERBERT, Pierre-Hugues FRA 83
81 MCDONALD, Mackenzie USA @83
82 MONTEIRO, Thiago BRA 84
83 MARTINEZ, Pedro ESP 85
84 RUUSUVUORI, Emil FIN 86
85 HARRIS, Lloyd RSA 87
86 GOMBOS, Norbert SVK 88
87 KUKUSHKIN, Mikhail KAZ 89
88 SOUSA, Joao POR 90
89 CORIA, Federico ARG 91
90 BALAZS, Attila HUN 92
91 ALBOT, Radu MDA 93
92 YMER, Mikael SWE 94
93 KWON, Soonwoo KOR 95
94 NOVAK, Dennis AUT 96
95 CARBALLES BAENA, Roberto ESP 97
96 HANFMANN, Yannick GER 98
97 MAGER, Gianluca ITA 100
98 MARTIN, Andrej SVK 101
99 SUGITA, Yuichi JPN 102
100 DUCKWORTH, James 103
101 UCHIYAMA, Yasutaka JPN 104

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Sealed in 20 February 2021 11:05:26
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Getting epic skin

It would be fun for those lucky people

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Sealed in 05 February 2021 02:39:32
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Sealed with Dogecoin Parker Solar Probe flies past Venus

NASA launched its first mission to the sun, the Parker Solar Probe, in August 2018. The probe has approached our star six times, coming closer than any spacecraft before it and traveling faster than any previous human-made object. It has traced the source of the solar wind of charged particles and discovered previously unseen bursts of that solar wind that bend the sun's magnetic field.

The spacecraft is on track to rocket around Venus for the fourth time in February, then swing back to circle the sun twice. Parker is scheduled to pass Venus again on October 16.

Source: https://www.businessinsider.com

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Sealed in 18 February 2021 18:49:29
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Sealed with Dogecoin Tennis Prediction: Australian Open 2021 SF - Medvedev vs Tsitsipas

Medvedev will def. Tsitsipas 3:1

6:7 7:5 6:4 7:6

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Sealed in 05 February 2021 02:35:15
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Sealed with Dogecoin NASA Perseverance Rover lands on the Red Planet to study the Mars' Habitability

The Mars 2020 Perseverance Rover will search for signs of ancient microbial life, which will advance NASA's quest to explore the past habitability of Mars. The rover has a drill to collect core samples of Martian rock and soil, then store them in sealed tubes for pickup by a future mission that would ferry them back to Earth for detailed analysis. Perseverance will also test technologies to help pave the way for future human exploration of Mars.
Strapped to the rover's belly for the journey to Mars is a technology demonstration — the Mars Helicopter, Ingenuity, may achieve a "Wright Brothers moment “ by testing the first powered flight on the Red Planet.

Searching for Ancient Life, Gathering Rocks and Soil
There are several ways that the mission helps pave the way for future human expeditions to Mars and demonstrates technologies that may be used in those endeavors. These include testing a method for producing oxygen from the Martian atmosphere, identifying other resources (such as subsurface water), improving landing techniques, and characterizing weather, dust, and other potential environmental conditions that could affect future astronauts living and working on Mars.

Mars 2020 Perseverance Rover Science:
Studying Mars' Habitability, Seeking Signs of Past Microbial Life, Collecting and Caching Samples, and Preparing for Future Human Missions
The Perseverance rover has four science objectives that support the Mars Exploration Program's science goals:

Looking for Habitability: Identify past environments capable of supporting microbial life.
Seeking Biosignatures: Seek signs of possible past microbial life in those habitable environments, particularly in special rocks known to preserve signs of life over time.
Caching Samples: Collect core rock and "soil" samples and store them on the Martian surface.
Preparing for Humans: Test oxygen production from the Martian atmosphere.
All address key astrobiology questions related to the potential of Mars as a place for life. The first three consider the possibility of past microbial life. Even if Perseverance does not discover any signs of past life, it paves the way for human life on Mars someday.
Mars 2020 Technology: Heritage and Innovation
Technologies for Entry, Descent, and Landing
The mission uses technological innovations already demonstrated successfully, especially for entry, descent, and landing (EDL). Like NASA's Curiosity rover (, the Mars 2020 spacecraft uses a guided entry, descent, and landing system. The landing system on Mars 2020 mission includes a parachute, descent vehicle, and an approach called a "skycrane maneuver" for lowering the rover on a tether to the surface during the final seconds before landing.
This type of landing system provides the ability to land a very large, heavy rover on the surface of Mars in a more precise landing area than was possible before Curiosity's landing. Mars 2020 takes things one step further. It adds new entry, descent, and landing (EDL) technologies, such as Terrain-Relative Navigation (TRN). This sophisticated navigation system allows the rover to detect and avoid hazardous terrain by diverting around it during its descent through the Martian atmosphere. A microphone allows engineers to analyze entry, descent, and landing. It might also capture sounds of the rover at work, which would provide engineers with clues about the rover's health and operations, and would be a treat to hear.

Technologies for Surface Operations
The Perseverance rover design minimizes costs and risks because it is largely based on the engineering design for the previous Curiosity rover. The Perseverance long-range mobility system allows it to travel on the surface of Mars over 3 to 12 miles (5 to 20 kilometers). Improvements on Perseverance include a new, more capable wheel design. And for the first time, the rover carries a drill for coring samples from Martian rocks and soil. It gathers and stores the cores in tubes on the Martian surface, using "depot caching." Caching demonstrates a new rover capability of gathering, storing, and preserving samples. This could potentially pave the way for future missions to retrieve the samples and ferry them to Earth for intensive laboratory analysis.

Perseverance tests a technology for extracting oxygen from the Martian atmosphere, which is 96% carbon dioxide. This demonstration helps mission planners test ways of using Mars' natural resources to support human explorers and improve designs for life support, transportation, and other important systems for living and working on Mars. The rover also monitors weather and dust in the Martian atmosphere. Such studies are important for understanding daily and seasonal changes on Mars, and will help future human explorers better predict Martian weather.

https://mars.nasa.gov/mars2020/

Perseverance is also set to release the first interplanetary drone from its belly and test technologies that humans would need to survive on the red planet.

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Sealed with Dogecoin NASA's Perseverance nuclear rover lands on Mars to drill the soil for signs of alien life.

NASA's newest nuclear-powered robot is en route to Mars, where it's set to scan and drill Martian soil for signs of alien life. The rover, called Perseverance, is programmed to stash samples away so a future mission can bring them back to Earth.

"This is the first time in history when NASA has dedicated a mission to what we call astrobiology: the search for life — either maybe now, or ancient life — on another world," NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine said ahead of the rover's launch.

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