history, science, technology

The first man-made tracks on the Moon in nearly 40 years


China’s first moon rover left the first wheeled tracks on the moon’s surface in nearly 40 years. Two weeks after its launch from southwest China, the Chang’e 3 lunar probe, named after a moon goddess, made a careful descent that was reported live on state television. This is a great day for the mankind as China is now the third country to successfully sent an operable probe to the Earth only natural satellite. China’s solar-powered lunar rover named Jade Rabbit, rolled down a ramp and set off on a three-month mission to hunt for natural resources and conduct geological surveys. Yes you read it correct, resources!
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Must Watch! The Great Beauty – La Grande Bellezza

Paolo Sorrentino’s latest film La Grande Bellezza (The Great Beauty) starring Toni Servillo who plays a journalist searching for his long-lost idealism while drifting through the good life of Rome’s high spots and fleshpots. The same Sundance Sunset Cinema experience and another great movie. La Grande Bellezza is an official Italian candidate at the 86th Academy Awards and it is probably the best film I’ve seen this year! Just watch the trailer…