Set against the backdrop of San Francisco’s Chinatown, this cross-cultural biopic chronicles Bruce Lee’s emergence as a martial-arts superstar after his legendary secret showdown with fellow martial artist Wong Jack…Sequel to the Action-hit Movie “Wolf Warrior” (2015) China’s deadliest special forces operative settles into a quiet life on the sea.
When sadistic mercenaries begin targeting nearby civilians, he must…Gerard Butler playing a stubborn but charming satellite designer who, when the world’s climate-controlling satellites malfunction, has to work together with his estranged brother to save the world from a…A ticking-time-bomb insomniac and a slippery soap salesman channel primal male aggression into a shocking new form of therapy.
He wrote: “Comet 45P/Honda-Mrkos-Pajdusakova was located in the constellation of Aquila seen in the early morning twilight hour from North India.
A bit difficult to capture due to twilight and the comet was dimmed to the 7th magnitude, but I managed to get this shot. Image via Bob King/ Skyandtelescope.com/ Chris Marriott’s Sky Map.
Some small mammals share space in mixed-species exhibits, providing the animals an opportunity to interact just as they would in their native habitats.
Puzzle feeders, kong toys and other items are carefully placed throughout the exhibits as part of the Zoo’s enrichment program to encourage the animals to exercise their brains and bodies.
While attempting to save another gravely injured survivor they find themselves hunted by Zaroff, a sociopathic ex-KGB…An elite team of FBI profilers analyze the country’s most twisted criminal minds, anticipating their next moves before they strike again.
In a tweet, Portia de Rossi recounted her audition for a film Steven Seagal also had a part in.
The actress says Seagal told her “how important it was to have chemistry off-screen,” and unzipped his pants.
The video above – from Greg Hogan of Kathleen, Georgia – shows the fast movement over 28 minutes of green Comet 45P/Honda-Mrkos-Pajdušáková – which swept closest to Earth on February 11, 2017, temporarily becoming the most famous comet that practically nobody saw.
Its closest point was around 8 UTC on Saturday, at which time the comet was 0.08 AU (7.4 million miles, about 12 million km, or some 30 times the moon’s distance) from the Earth.
The comet is still around, but an extremely dark sky and optical aid (at least binoculars, probably a telescope) are needed to see it.