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  • New Documentary Explores Mystery Behind Batman's Secret Co-Creator

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    So then how is it that Finger has been so almost forgotten? A new documentary explores why Finger was omitted from Batman's history and only just recently started getting the credit that he's due. Batman and Bill is all about Bill Finger , a man long (un) credited as the co-creator of Batman and many of its key characters. Hulu has released an official trailer for a documentary titled Batman & Bill, which will premiere exclusively on Hulu starting early May.
  • New Space Science and Supplies Arrive at Station Saturday Morning

    New Space Science and Supplies Arrive at Station Saturday Morning

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    ISS Commander Peggy Whitson and astronaut Thomas Pesquet sat in the Cupola, where they could see the S.S. John Glenn cargo vessel that had caught up to the ISS. He returned to space in 1998 aboard shuttle Discovery, at age 77, right before station construction began in orbit. The contents "will be put to good use to continue our mission of research, exploration and discovery".
  • Astronaut breaks record for most time in space by American

    Astronaut breaks record for most time in space by American

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    Peggy Whitson will set a new USA record for spending most cumulative days in space. Whitson is now on her third long-duration mission to the International Space Station. She broke records by spending 534 days, 2 hours, and 49 minutes (and counting) away from the planet. A woman is making space history again. NASA is building the hardware right now to test a new rocket that will carry astronauts farther from Earth than ever before, she said.
  • Greek-Russian and American astronauts at International Space Station

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    NASA's Jack Fischer and Greek-Russian Fyodor (Theodoros) Yurchikhin lifted off from the Russia-leased launch facility in Kazakhstan at 1:13 p.m. Thursday (0713GMT, 3:13 a.m. Peggy has broken all sorts of records in her space travel and is about to break another one on Monday when she surpasses 534-day record for cumulative time spent in space by a United States astronaut.
  • Larry Page's flying auto project finally takes to the air

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    The vehicle has been designed for amateur flyers and as such doesn't require a licence, according to Kitty Flyer. The tweet in question teased a prototype of the company's upcoming Flyer electric aircraft, along with a link to Kitty Hawk's website and the ambitious promise to change "the future of personal transportation".
  • Trump To Sign Executive Orders on Environment, Energy

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    You complicate it, if you're the Trump team, by trying to get health care done and tax reform started and the border wall paid for - all this week, all as part of an effort to put points on the board for the first 100 days. A deeply divisive figure, he lost the popular vote to Democrat Hillary Clinton and had one of the narrower Electoral College victories in history. The 100-days measure has been a focus of the media since former President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, who signed 15 major ...
  • On-Again, Off-Again Speech by Ann Coulter Is On Again

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    University spokesman Dan Mogulof said the venue would be on campus, though Dirks said the university would disclose the exact location at a later point. Chancellor Nicholas B. Dirks said Thursday that police have "very specific intelligence regarding threats" and urged the conservative author to come May 2 instead.
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    Stardock "Probably Won't Be Supporting Switch" According to CEO

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    Switch was Nintendo's biggest-ever hardware launch, and "the second biggest launch for any video game platform" since NPD began tracking numbers. Nintendo's comments that there would be enough Switch consoles in March to satisfy demand turned out to be untrue. Instead, the company sold about 2.4 million.