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In conversation with Drew Barrymore
Actress, producer, director, writer and entrepreneur Drew Barrymore has worn many hats in her 45 years – and she will soon be donating another, hosting a new daytime talk show, the “Drew Barrymore Show” Which debuts on CBS on Monday. She talks with reporter Lee Cowan about the challenges of starting a new broadcast during an epidemic, her lifelong work ethic, and what she has learned about pushing herself to the limits.
Designing the new Eisenhower Memorial
President Dwight D. in Washington, DC. A twenty-year-old monument has been erected in the construction of Eisenhower, which led the Allies to victory in World War II and then led the United States in the early years of the Cold War. Correspondent Rita Brewer talks with Ike’s granddaughter, Susan Eisenhower, and the monument’s architect, Frank Gehry, on how best to honor the life and resulting legacy of the general and commander-in-chief, whose reputation is only Increased with the passage of time. .
Political division of COVID-19
As the news of the coronovirus epidemic first became a broken, biased lens through which many Americans viewed the dangers of the COVID-19 outbreak – hand washing, masks, and social distance, seriously or not. Correspondent Martha Teichner talks with health officials about the public’s response to coronovirus, and examines how the leadership of the federal government during the health crisis has been linked to the fingerprints of politics and the dynamics of an election calendar .
Typically, spherical clusters have stars that originate at the same time, NASA said. But NGC 1805 is unusual – scientists believe it has two distinct populations of stars that are millions of years apart.
NASA compared the close orbit of the star to the honeybee hive. The agency said that it is unlikely that the stars in the center will be orbited by the planets, as they are 100 to 1,000 times closer, higher than our Sun than the nearest stars.
The cluster “Dorado” appears from the southern hemisphere in the constellations.
The Hubble position in space provides the unique ability to capture different wavelengths of light. Earth’s atmosphere absorbs the most ultraviolet light, making it impossible to distinguish clusters in star colors from the ground to observe.
The image combines different types of light to highlight notable differences in star colors – blue stars, brightest near ultraviolet light, and red stars, bright in red and near infrared.
Astronomers are interested in observing groups such as NGC 1805 to learn more about the evolution of stars, as well as what factors led to their death. White dwarfs Vs explosive Supernova.