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Energy Earnings Set To Ease, But Oilfield Services Remain Strong

The energy sector has enjoyed bumper profits in the current year, with Big Oil companies setting records right, left and center. ExxonMobil (NYSE: XOM), Chevron (NYSE: CVX) and Shell (NYSE: SHEL) together brought in $46 billion in earnings in the second quarter, with all three setting new records for quarterly earnings. Overall, high commodity prices …

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Ye apologizes to Kim Kardashian, opens up about co-parenting |  ABCNL - ABC News

Ye apologizes to Kim Kardashian, opens up about co-parenting | ABCNL – ABC News

Ye apologizes to Kim Kardashian, opens up about co-parenting | ABCNLABC News Kanye West admits to stressing out Kim KardashianThe News International Kanye West Says He ‘Had To Fight’ Kim Kardashian For Co-Parenting Voice: ‘I Co-Created The Children’HollywoodLife Kanye West reveals he had to ‘fight Kim Kardashian over co-parenting: ‘Ive a voice’Geo News Kanye West …

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The 'super-deep' royal diamonds revealing Earth's secrets

The ‘super-deep’ royal diamonds revealing Earth’s secrets

Smith – a senior research scientist at GIA – was examining the diamond for inclusions, chemical hitchhikers from the interior of our planet that can reveal how the crystal formed, and under what conditions. But working with high-value diamonds is a tricky business – ordinarily, it’s impossible for researchers to get their hands on the …

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Ultra-close-up photos show the Sun like you've never seen it before

Ultra-close-up photos show the Sun like you’ve never seen it before

Astronomers have finally captured the first images of the Sun’s chromosphere. The image was made possible thanks to the Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope. The images that the National Science Foundation shared this week were taken back in June. Now, we can finally look at the part of the atmosphere resting just above the Sun’s …

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SpaceX's first orbital Starship launch "highly likely" in November, says Elon Musk

SpaceX’s first orbital Starship launch “highly likely” in November, says Elon Musk

CEO Elon Musk says that it’s “highly likely” SpaceX will be ready to attempt its first orbital Starship launch in November 2022, and possibly as early as late October. But many major hurdles remain. Adding to a welcome burst of insight into SpaceX’s fully-reusable Starship rocket program, Musk took to Twitter on September 21st to …

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Southwest Airlines Roasted for Giving Passengers Ukuleles

Southwest Airlines Roasted for Giving Passengers Ukuleles

Southwest Airlines and Guitar Center are getting dragged on Twitter over a publicity stunt. The airline gave every passenger a ukulele on a flight from Long Beach to Honolulu. Twitter users mocked Southwest for the ruckus that a plane full of ukulele players would have caused. Loading Something is loading. Southwest Airlines is getting dragged …

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Piles of Trash From Decades of Exploration Could Put Future Missions at Risk : ScienceAlert

Piles of Trash From Decades of Exploration Could Put Future Missions at Risk : ScienceAlert

People have been exploring the surface of Mars for over 50 years. According to the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairsnations have sent 18 human-made objects to Mars over 14 separate missions. Many of these missions are still ongoing, but over the decades of Martian exploration, humankind has left behind many pieces of debris …

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