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NASA is teasing the release of first of its kind video footage from the descent and landing of the Perseverance, with the tagline See Mars like never before.
A number of mission scientists and NASA staff have been hyping it up on Twitter, so we're expecting to see some mind-blowing footage.
Mission experts will present the latest update at 11am pacific time on Monday, February 22nd.
To watch the footage head to the NASA YouTube channel, we'll check it out on the CNET website.
Gap returned online after the social media network popular with right wing uses took itself down to fix It's a Bitcoin scam.
In a Friday blog post, CEO Andrew Torba said Gab took itself offline after several accounts were posting bitcoin wallet spam and related content.
Fewer than 20 accounts were affected, and no bitcoin was transferred, Torba said.
The scam came on the same day the market capitalization of Bitcoin passed $1 trillion.
Finally, over the weekend debris from a commercial airline rained down on the Denver area after an engine failed on a United Airlines flight.
United Flight 328 bound for Hawaii returned safely to Denver after the mishap, with no injuries reported among the 231 passengers and ten crew on board.
Images shared on social media included video shot by someone on board showing the engine on fire dashcam video of the engine exploding and belching smoke footage of debris falling into a dog park as children wonder about and passengers cheering after the plane had safely landed.
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