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Patrick J. Adams, Colin O’Donoghue and More Prepare for Space Travel in Disney+ Drama

Fresh footage from Disney+’s upcoming space drama The Right Stuff has officially left the launchpad.

Based on Tom Wolfe’s 1979 book, the series — which stars Patrick J. Adams (Suits), Jake McDorman (Murphy Brown) and Colin O’Donoghue (Once Upon a Time), among others — will highlight the early days of the U.S. Space Program and the incredible story of America’s first astronauts, the Mercury Seven.

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The sneak peek clip (embedded above), which centers on McDorman’s Alan Shepard, debuted Saturday as part of a Comic-Con @ Home panel that featured the show’s

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‘My brain can’t comprehend this’

Sara is a 20-year-old landscape and travel photographer who travels the country, picking up seasonal work as she goes.

Currently the artist is situated in Alaska, where she’s making the most of all the wildlife and nature that the state has to offer.

Since it’s currently summer in Alaska, Sara recently decided to make a video highlighting just how crazy summer nights there are.

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Summer nights in Alaska aren’t crazy because of unruly parties or anything like that. Rather, as Alaska Public Land Information Centers explains, in some

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United warns travel demand will languish until COVID-19 vaccine

By Tracy Rucinski

CHICAGO (Reuters) – United Airlines Holdings Inc warned on Tuesday that travel demand will remain suppressed until there is a widely accepted treatment or vaccine for COVID-19, which plunged the carrier to a deep quarterly loss on Tuesday.

Coronavirus infections are surging in the United States, causing some states to scale back reopening plans and reinstate quarantines in a fresh blow to airlines.

United, which is not blocking middle seats, plans to fly about 35% of its 2019 summer schedule in the third quarter and is forecasting a load factor of about 45% in July. Its planes

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Britain turns to Portugal for Covid tests that could prevent disease spread and deaths despite ban on travel to country


Britain has turned to Portugal for a mass screening Covid-19 test that can prevent the spread of the disease and help reduce the death rate despite the UK banning travel to the country.

 British officials have met with the Portuguese scientists at the Algarve biomedical centre which has developed a method of testing ten times as many people for a fifth of the price using the same laboratory equipment as now.  

It means potential outbreaks in the population and asymptomatic carriers can be detected far earlier than at present for a fraction of the price, enabling public health officials

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Government finally confirms passengers will be protected with ‘refund credit note’

And relax: holidaymakers whose trips are cancelled will be financially protected if they accept a refund credit note
And relax: holidaymakers whose trips are cancelled will be financially protected if they accept a refund credit note

Four months after mass cancellations of package holidays began, the government has finally confirmed that passengers accepting a “refund credit note” will be financially protected.

All holiday companies were obliged to cancel overseas package holidays from 18 March onwards. The previous day, the foreign secretary had warned against all but essential travel anywhere abroad, as the coronavirus pandemic spread around the world.

In unprecedented circumstances, many travel firms were unable to meet their obligations under the Package Travel Regulations to make full

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