Halo TV series Season 2, Episode 3 review: The storm clouds gather

What do you do when you know what’s coming and you’re powerless to stop it? In the face of hard choices and growing dread, that question is the name of the game in Visegrad, the third episode of Halo The Series‘ second season. James Ackerson (Joseph Morgan) of the ONI is up to something, and […]

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Samsung draws Circle to Search clouds in the sky to promote Galaxy S24

Samsung has found another clever way to promote the Galaxy S24’s Circle to Search feature. After redesigning the London Underground map in the UK, Samsung took to the skies in South Africa. Quite literally, Samsung had airplanes draw circles in the skies above Table Mountain in Cape Town to advertise the Circle to Search AI-powered […]

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The Weirdest Reason the Poles Are Warming So Fast? Invisible Clouds

In the Arctic and Antarctica, PSCs appear anywhere between 15 and 25 kilometers (9.3 and 15.5 miles) in the sky during cold winter conditions. They’re most often invisible, but they can be sighted when the sun is angled just right. In these cases, they’re known as mother-of-pearl clouds, on account of their wild coloration: swirls […]

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Jusant Xbox review: A meditative, surprisingly magical climb into the clouds

Quick menu The oceans have vanished, leaving behind a husk of a home, all but devoid of life. The Tower may be a shell of its former glory, but there is history to be uncovered, secrets to be found, and magic to be discovered. To accomplish any of that, though, you’ll have to climb. Jusant […]

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How Do You Know a Cargo Ship Is Polluting? It Makes Clouds

If you have a habit of perusing satellite imagery of the world’s oceans—and who doesn’t, really?—you might get lucky and spot long, thin clouds, like white slashes across the sea. In some regions, like off the West Coast of the United States, the slashes might crisscross, creating huge hash marks. That’s a peculiar phenomenon known […]

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These Satellites See Through the Clouds to Track Flooding

For example, in 2017, intense floods inundated the town of Impfondo, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, but its remoteness made sending aid and determining people’s needs difficult. Working with the Congolese government and humanitarian groups, Cloud to Street’s platform has since shortened flood detection times from weeks to days and provided information about […]

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