Avaruus | Kathryn Sullivan, 68, teki sunnuntaina historiaa: Hän on ensimmäinen ihminen, joka on käynyt sekä avaruudessa että merien syvimmässä kohdassa

Vuonna 1984 Kathryn D. Sullivan oli ensimmäinen avaruuskävelyn tehnyt amerikkalainen nainen. Sunnuntaina hänestä tuli ensimmäinen nainen, joka on käynyt meren tiettävästi syvimmässä kohdassa, Challengerin syvänteessä.
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Trump Replaces Campaign Manager Brad Parscale with Bill Stepien
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Trump rolls back major environmental law for infrastructure projects
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Education Secretary Betsy DeVos told “The Story” Wednesday that “it is not acceptable for schools not to reopen" for in-person classes this fall.
Ex-Canadian football player gets 3 months in college admissions scandal
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American Airlines says as many as 25,000 employees could be furloughed
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Appeals court rules MSNBC host Joy Reid must again face defamation lawsuit
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