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Sometime in the late 18th century, a sign appeared outside a shambly butcher’s hut in the English town of Stratford-upon-Avon: “The Immortal Shakspeare was born in this house,” it announced, using a then common spelling of his name. Devotees began making pilgrimages — dropping to their knees, weeping, singing odes: “Untouched and sacred be thy shrine, Avonian Willy, bard Divine!”A tradesman grew rich selling carvings from a local mulberry tree, like pieces of the true cross. Some skeptics suspected that the sign was part of a scheme to bring visitors to Stratford; others wondered if it had been hung by the property’s occupant. About 250 years after its break from the Catholic Church, England had its own Bethlehem and manger. The problem: No one really knows where Shakespeare was born.
Persons: Shakspeare, Avonian Willy, Shakespeare Organizations: Avon, Catholic Church Locations: Stratford, , England, Bethlehem
US President Joe Biden speaks about student loan debt relief at Madison Area Technical College in Madison, Wisconsin, April 8, 2024. The aid package is narrowerBiden's 2020 campaign promise to erase student debt was thwarted at the Supreme Court in June. Biden had tried to forgive the debt of nearly all 40 million federal student loan borrowers, with many people getting up to $20,000 in cancellation. As a result, for critics of broad student loan forgiveness, Biden's new plan looks a great deal like his first. Biden's first forgiveness plan was based on the Higher Education Relief Opportunities for Students Act, or HEROES Act, of 2003.
Persons: Joe Biden, Andrew Caballero, Reynolds, Joe Biden's, Biden didn't, Biden, who've, Biden's, Andrew Bailey, X, Bailey, There's, didn't, John Roberts, Lyndon B, Johnson, Sen, Elizabeth Warren, Warren Organizations: Madison Area Technical College, AFP, Getty, U.S . Department of Education, Republican, Higher, Higher Education, Act, Biden, ., of Education Locations: Madison , Wisconsin, Missouri, . Nebraska
CNN —German surfer Sebastian Steudtner may have broken his own record for riding the biggest wave in history earlier this year. The monster wave in the famed surfing sport of Nazaré, Portugal was provisionally measured at 28.57 meters (93.72 feet), pending ratification. If confirmed, the wave would eclipse Steudtner’s current record of 26.21 meters (86 feet) set in 2020, also in the fishing village of Nazaré. Steudtner holds the record for the biggest wave ever surfed. “We were, for the first time, surfing the biggest waves in stormy conditions which were considered unsurfable.
Persons: Sebastian Steudtner, Steudtner, , , Team Steudtner, Marcus Schmelz, Gigantes de Nazaré, Lucas “, ” Steudtner Organizations: CNN, CNN Sport, ” Porsche, Team, Porsche Engineering, Surf League, Quattro, Siemens Locations: German, Nazaré, Portugal
CNN —The total solar eclipse has come and gone, but sky-gazers have reason to keep looking up — a meteor shower will peak this week right before a full moon rises. The Lyrid meteor shower will be most active Sunday night through the early morning hours of Monday, according to the American Meteor Society. And April’s full moon, also known as the pink moon, reaches the crest of its full phase at 7:49 p.m. The pink moon actually got its moniker due to its annual appearance not long after the start of spring, much like its namesake, a hot pink wildflower called Phlox subulata that blooms in early springtime, according to The Old Farmer’s Almanac. Instead, an annular solar eclipse creates a “ring of fire” in the sky as the sun’s light surrounds the moon.
Persons: Ashley King, don’t, , ” King, Paul Hayne, Hayne, It’s, ” Hayne, Lorenzo Di Cola, Alpha Capricornids, Perseids, Draconids, Orionids, Leonids, Geminids, Ursids Organizations: CNN, American Meteor Society, Northern, NASA, University of Colorado, Orvieto Cathedral, , Alpha Locations: Southern, University of Colorado Boulder, Orvieto, Umbria, Italy, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, North America
Read previewToni Braxton, 56, is speaking up about how her lupus diagnosis has impacted her life and career. "I was told to hide I had lupus," Braxton said, adding that it was her management's idea. AdvertisementBraxton, who was diagnosed with lupus in 2008, added that being upfront about her illness hurt her career. "You would not get work, because the second I told I had it, I didn't get work at first. In April 2023, Braxton told Today that lupus "attacked" her heart and that she had narrowly avoided a deadly heart attack because she decided not to skip her doctor's appointment.
Persons: , Toni Braxton, Braxton —, Daniel Wallace —, Mary Alice Haney, Thaïs Aliabadi, Braxton, I'm, Braxton isn't, Selena Gomez, I've, could've, Gomez, Seal, lupus, traumatizing, Lupus Organizations: Service, OB, Business, Billboard, Yahoo, Lupus Foundation of America
Viewers of last week’s solar eclipse were treated to stunning celestial phenomena up and down the event’s path during totality. The first was an unusually sharp shadow caused by a passing airplane just after the total eclipse concluded. The plane passing over Montreal during the partial phase of the eclipse left a typical contrail in its wake. In this case, the sharpness of the shadows was explained by the eclipse. Eclipse” for his knowledge of the events.
Persons: , Fred Espenak, “ Mr Locations: Montreal
Seventy-five years ago this past week, Sam Snead won the Masters Tournament and became the first champion to receive one of Augusta National Golf Club’s green jackets. Since the start of the month, Lottie Woad has captured the Augusta National Women’s Amateur. More than 30 past Masters winners gathered for dinner to honor Jon Rahm, last year’s champion, and Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player and Tom Watson hit tee shots to start this year’s tournament. On Sunday, someone — perhaps someone new, perhaps someone already admitted to the locker room reserved for past champions — will win the 88th Masters. But this past week, all of the possibilities seemed to be on greater display than usual.
Persons: Sam Snead, Lottie Woad, Jon Rahm, Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player, Tom Watson, , peered skyward, Ben Crenshaw, Nick Faldo, Woods Organizations: Augusta, Augusta National Locations: Augusta, men’s
In Georgia, an old-fashioned custom keeps one of the country’s most beloved golf tournaments connected to its past. They call to offer up weather reports, food reviews, golf commentaries, celebrity sightings, souvenir spending confessions, legal advice and trips down memory lane. Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia has long forbidden cellphones for almost anyone inside its gates for the Masters Tournament, which is scheduled to conclude Sunday. “Dad, it’s Ali,” Ali Daschbach began this past week. She paused, a shared moment of anticipation stretching from a phone near the 17th green in east Georgia to Washington State.
Persons: , Dad, it’s Ali, ” Ali Daschbach Organizations: Augusta, Golf Club, Washington State Locations: Georgia, Augusta, Washington
CNN —The total solar eclipse that delighted spectators across Mexico, the United States and Canada on Monday was a celestial experience not to be missed. Millions were in the path of totality to watch as the moon moved between Earth and the sun. “After 20 years (of) not seeing an eclipse we got to experience it again,” he said via email. After launching the balloon, the quartet traveled to Burlington, Ontario, to be in the path of totality, where Goldstein snapped images of the eclipse with a Lumix FZ80 camera. “Ever since I was 1 years old I was very interested in space and space events.
Persons: Readers, Daniel McCartney, , McCartney, Mariel Williams, , Williams, Juan M, Soto Peña, Fabiola, Luciana, Michael Goldstein, Goldstein, Ilan Kagedan, Brady Sonshine, Michael “ Misha ” Vishnever, ” Kagedan, Vishnever’s, Cynthia Gilmore, Joshua, Joshua Gilmore, ” Vishnever Organizations: CNN, Big, Galactic, Center, Locations: Mexico, United States, Canada, Big Moose, New York, Syracuse , New York, Dayton , Ohio, Royal Oak , Michigan, Tucson , Arizona, Mexican, Sonora, Toronto, Burlington , Ontario, Concord, Vaughan , Ontario, Green Hills, North Conway , New Hampshire, New Hampshire, Center Conway , New Hampshire
His gloom, however, has also been consistently at odds with heady financial markets. In late 2022, for instance, he predicted economic bumps and, potentially, a severe recession for the next year; instead, the American economy boomed in 2023. Mr. Dimon has been among the few to say they are preparing for the possibility that interest rates will be raised again, a move that would suggest more extreme inflation than is currently being measured. Mr. Dimon made more extended remarks on the tricky environment in his annual letter to shareholders this week. JPMorgan also disclosed a fall in its so-called net interest income, a closely watched financial metric that essentially measures how much money it is able to make from lending.
Persons: Dimon, Organizations: Federal Reserve, JPMorgan Locations: United States, Ukraine
O.J. Simpson helped create the America we live in today
  + stars: | 2024-04-12 | by ( John Blake | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +9 min
Many Black Americans cheered, pumped their fists and exchanged high-fives, while many White Americans gasped in disbelief and anger. Some say America is a nation of immigrants who bolster the economy and reinvigorate the country. Kent Nishimura/Getty ImagesPoliticians have adopted the Simpson trial playbookThere was a surreal moment during the Simpson trial that could have been easily missed. Critics say Simpson spent years running away from his Blackness with as much vigor as he eluded NFL defenders. Simpson may have died this week, but he helped give birth to the America we now live in.
Persons: O.J, Simpson, Nicole Brown Simpson, Ronald Goldman, Ford Bronco, Elise Amendola, what’s, Kellyanne Conway, Donald Trump, Conway, Sean Spicer, Kent Nishimura, “ I’m, Johnnie Cochran, Simpson’s, Al Sharpton, Brother Simpson, Johnnie, ” Sharpton, , ” ­, White, Trump, Paul Blumenthal, “ Donald Trump, ” Blumenthal, Jabin, Barack Obama, Ben Rhodes, “ Trump, , ” Obama, John Blake, Organizations: CNN, White Americans, of Fame NFL, America —, O.J, NBC, Getty, NFL, White, Trump, Fulton County Sheriff's, Republican, Trump National Doral, Washington Post Locations: America, Los Angeles, Washington , DC, , Fulton County , Georgia, Fulton County, U.S, Doral , Florida
In today's big story, we're doing a deep dive into the golf tournament at one of the most exclusive clubs in the world . Mike Ehrmann/Getty ImagesHarvard University alumni, Goldman Sachs partners, Birkin bag owners — those exclusive groups are nothing compared to an Augusta National Golf Course membership. The Masters Tournament, the first of four men's major golf tournaments, kicks off today , write Business Insider's Madeline Berg and Taylor Rains. Since it's almost impossible to check out Augusta National otherwise, the Masters has become a staple of the billionaire's social calendar. Augusta National runs a lottery system for them.
Persons: , Mike Ehrmann, Goldman Sachs, Birkin, Madeline Berg, Taylor, it's, Cork Gaines, aren't, Joe Ciolli, didn't, Chelsea Jia Feng, Bill Smead, Brad Porter, Elon Musk's, Y, Paul Graham, Alyssa Powell, Larry Ellison, David Ellison, Larry Ellison's, Dan DeFrancesco, Jordan Parker Erb, Hallam Bullock, George Glover Organizations: Business, Service, Getty Images Harvard University, Augusta, Waste, bros, Augusta National, Renaissance Technologies, Sigma, Robotics, Amazon Robotics, xAI, Paramount, Oracle, Google, JPMorgan, SpaceX Locations: Augusta, swag, Chelsea, D.E, Shaw's Valence, New York, London
Audience ReportDid You Really Need to Be There to See the Eclipse? For much of the 20th century, Rochester, N.Y., was the “imaging capital of the world.” For three and a half minutes on Monday, it was living up to its old nickname.
Locations: Rochester, N.Y
AdvertisementIt'll be two decades before the next total solar eclipse hits the US. Another option: hop on a plane to Europe and turn the 2026 total solar eclipse into a viewing vacation. Advertisement"I would say the total solar eclipse has become a global phenomenon," Ballard said. Video Media Studio Europe/ShutterstockDetermine your eclipse viewing destinationAccording to Space.com, 2026 will be Europe's first total solar eclipse in 27 years. Other operators, such as Wilderness Travel and Eclipse Traveler, have similar itineraries for the total eclipse in 2026.
Persons: , Michael Zeiler, GreatAmericanEclipse.com, Space.com, Philip Ballard, Vox, Ballard, Taylor Organizations: Travelers, Service, Video Media, Northern, Eclipse Locations: Spain, Iceland, Greenland, Europe, Austin , Texas, Rochester , New York, Mallorca, Expedia
Amid preparations for its spaceplane's maiden flight and an initial public offering as soon as next year, Sierra Space is expanding its satellite offerings. "We've actually been waiting for six months, so it's like, this [name], we really thought about it," Tom Vice, Sierra Space chief executive said in an interview for CNBC's "Manifest Space" podcast. Valued at $5.3 billion as of September, Sierra Space was spun out of defense contractor Sierra Nevada Corporation three years ago. Sierra Space touts a diverse space and defense tech portfolio spanning space transportation, space habitation, propulsion and satellites. It's perhaps best known for its NASA-contracted, reusable spaceplane Dream Chaser which will run cargo resupply missions to the International Space Station and eventually carry humans to and from orbit.
Persons: We've, Tom Vice, Eren, Jeff Bezos Organizations: Space, Sierra Space, Sierra Nevada Corporation, Fatih, NASA, International Space Station, Pentagon, U.S, FAA
See Maps of Where Eclipse Seekers Flocked and the Traffic That Followed Movement data shows the destinations with the greatest influx of people. PATH OF TOTALITY VT. MAINE St. Johnsbury Adirondack Park N.H. N.Y. PA. OHIO ILL. IND. Greater increase in activity TEXAS Texas Hill Country PATH OF TOTALITY VT. MAINE St. Johnsbury Adirondack Park N.H. N.Y. PA. OHIO ILL. IND. PATH OF TOTALITY MAINE VERMONT Bangor Burlington NEW YORK Portland NEW HAMPSHIRE Syracuse Manchester Albany MASS. NEW YORK PATH OF TOTALITY MAINE VERMONT Bangor Burlington NEW YORK Portland NEW HAMPSHIRE Syracuse Manchester Albany MASS.
Persons: Maine —, Liam Sullivan, Mr, Sullivan, Cassandra Klos, Nick Perry, Louis W.V, , Richard Chen, Chen Organizations: Eclipse, MAINE St, TEXAS Texas Hill, OKLA . TEXAS Texas, MAINE VERMONT Bangor Burlington NEW YORK Portland NEW HAMPSHIRE Syracuse Manchester Albany, Portland VERMONT NEW, , The New York Times, Associated Press, Northeast, IOWA Toledo OHIO, Columbus Indianapolis, Toledo OHIO Locations: MAINE, N.Y . PA, OHIO, Ste, Genevieve KY, TEXAS, TEXAS Texas Hill Country MAINE, Johnsbury, Adirondack, PA . OHIO, KY, Genevieve MO, OKLA . TEXAS, Lancaster, N.H, Geneviève, Mo . State, New York, Ozarks, Arkansas, Missouri, MAINE VERMONT, Portland, Portland VERMONT NEW HAMPSHIRE Burlington, TomTom, Maine, New Hampshire, Burlington , Vt, Somerville , Mass, Somerville, Lake, Indianapolis, St, Louis, Columbus , Ohio, Toledo, Louis W.V . MO, Newport , Vt, Brooklyn, N.Y, U.S
The guest list also includes Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines, US Trade Representative Katherine Tai, US Ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thomas-Greenfield and White House chief of staff Jeff Zients. NBC News White House correspondent Kelly O’Donnell, who is the president of the White House Correspondents Association, will attend, as well as Washington Post columnist Josh Rogin. First lady Jill Biden chose Simon to perform at the state dinner because Kishida also “shares an appreciation” for his work, a White House official said. The state dinner for South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol featured a Broadway star’s performance of Don McLean’s “American Pie” – a personal favorite of Yoon. It led to one of the iconic state dinner moments of the Biden presidency – Yoon picking up a microphone to serenade guests with a few lines from the song.
Persons: Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton, Robert De Niro, Jeff Bezos, Fumio Kishida, Joe Biden, Kristi Yamaguchi, Tim Cook, Laurence Fink, Jamie Dimon, Brad Smith, Shawn Fain, Cecile Richards, Antony Blinken, Janet Yellen, Alejandro Mayorkas, Jennifer Granholm, Gina Raimondo, National Intelligence Avril Haines, Katherine Tai, United Nations Linda Thomas, Jeff Zients, CQ, Jerome Powell, Bill Nelson, Biden, Donald Trump, De Niro, Nelson, ” Nelson, Sen, Bill Hagerty, Trump, Rahm Emanuel, Kelly O’Donnell, Josh Rogin, Kamala Harris, Doug Emhoff, Kathy Hochul, Josh Shapiro, Tony Evers, Roy Cooper of, Mazie, Jeff Merkley, Ashley Biden, Howard Krein, Finnegan Biden, Naomi Biden Neal, Peter Neal, Paul Simon, Jill Biden, Simon, Kishida, , It’s, Yoon Suk, Don McLean’s, Yoon, – Yoon, CNN’s Arlette Saenz Organizations: CNN, Amazon, White, Japan’s, Apple, BlackRock, JPMorgan, Microsoft, United Auto Workers, Planned, Biden, Homeland, Senate, Energy, National Intelligence, US, United Nations, White House, Joint Chiefs, Staff, Federal, NASA, Tennessee Republican, NBC, White House Correspondents Association, Washington, Democratic, Gov, Pennsylvania, South Korean Locations: Japanese American, Greenfield, Cleveland , Ohio, Japan, New York, Tony Evers of Wisconsin, Roy Cooper of North Carolina, Hawaii, Oregon
An earthquake and an eclipse weren’t the only natural rarities that happened in New York City this past week. Did you hear about the sasquatch in Central Park? That’s because the sasquatch was a costume and his stroll through the park was a publicity push for the new film from the brothers David and Nathan Zellner. Opening in New York on Friday, the movie spends a year in the wild with a sasquatch pack — a male and female (Nathan Zellner and Riley Keough) and two younger sasquatches (Jesse Eisenberg and Christophe Zajac-Denek) — as they eat, have sex, fight predators and reckon with death. Droll but big-hearted, the movie sits at the intersection of the ad campaign for Jack Link’s beef jerky, the 1987 comedy “Harry and the Hendersons” and a 1970s nature documentary, down to the hippie-vibe soundtrack.
Persons: David, Nathan Zellner, Riley Keough, sasquatches, Jesse Eisenberg, Christophe Zajac, Jack Link’s, Harry Locations: New York City, Central Park, New York
But the timing made Hoffpauir's proposal one-of-a-kind — he wanted to pop the question during the solar eclipse on Monday, as Lewisville was in the path of totality. Related storiesShe also had to wear eclipse glasses as she set everything up once it started and could only remove them when the eclipse reached totality. Finally, the eclipse reached totality at 1:42 p.m., and Hoffpauir and Alex sprung into action. "He got down on one knee right there, right in the middle of the flash, and got that beautiful diamond effect with the totality." Harbison was completely surprised, as she didn't suspect the proposal or that Alex was anyone other than an eclipse viewer.
Persons: , Alex Hoffpauir's, Macy Alex's inbox, Alex, Austynn Harbison, Hoffpauir, I've, Harbison, Bonnie Tyler's Organizations: Service, Business, Designs Locations: Lewisville , Texas, Hoffpauir, Lewisville
CNN —Monday’s total solar eclipse, one of the most highly anticipated events of 2024, has come and gone. But the next total solar eclipse won’t occur until August 12, 2026, said Amir Caspi, a principal scientist at the Southwest Research Institute in Boulder, Colorado. The next total eclipse in the USThe US won’t catch a glimpse of a total solar eclipse again until March 30, 2033, and even then the Russia-centric path includes only Alaska, with totality lasting 2 minutes and 37 seconds. A partial solar eclipse will shine over most of the country during that celestial event. The next total solar eclipse with a coast-to-coast path spanning the Lower 48 states will occur on August 12, 2045.
Persons: it’s, Amir Caspi, Caspi Organizations: CNN, NASA, Southwest Research, New Zealand, Democratic Locations: Chile, Argentina, South America, Boulder , Colorado, Greenland, Iceland, Spain, Russia, Portugal, Europe, Africa, North America, Alaska, North Dakota, Montana, California , Nevada , Utah , Colorado , Kansas , Oklahoma , Arkansas , Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, Australia, New, Namibia, Botswana, South Africa, Lesotho, Nigeria, Cameroon, Chad, Sudan, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, China, North, South Korea, Japan, Angola, Democratic Republic of Congo, Uganda, Kenya, Somalia, Malaysia, Indonesia, Brunei, Philippines
I chose Burlington as my eclipse-viewing city because of its convenience, the length of totality, and the city's natural beautyI headed to Burlington, Vermont to watch the total solar eclipse on April 8, and even managed to snap a photo of totality. Ellyn LapointeBurlington is the state's largest city, but with a population of only 44,000, it feels more like a big small town. Its tree-lined streets are relatively quiet, there's hardly ever traffic, and everybody seems to know everybody. My parents live just 20 minutes away, so I didn't have to scramble to book a pricey hotel room. I watched the eclipse from Burlington's scenic Waterfront Park and enjoyed three minutes and 15 seconds of totality.
Persons: Ellyn Lapointe Burlington Organizations: Burlington Locations: Burlington , Vermont
Read previewWhen Delta first announced its special solar eclipse flight from Austin to Detroit, it was so popular that they had to arrange a second flight from Dallas to Detroit. But it turns out that people on board didn't get to see the total eclipse, according to one passenger. AdvertisementThe view from the aircraft during the special solar eclipse flight. "Even though we didn't get it completely, it was a fun community experience," he told the outlet. The solar eclipse was expected to be a big boon for local economies along its path, with millions of visitors spending money to travel across the country to get the best viewing spot.
Persons: , James Larounis, Larounis Organizations: Service, Delta, Passengers, Business, Dallas, Washington Post Locations: Austin, Detroit, Dallas, Washington, Atlanta
CNN —The total solar eclipse has come and gone after creating a celestial spectacle Monday in the skies over Mexico, the US and Canada. But some people may be experiencing eye discomfort, rather than awe, in the aftermath. Looking at the sun without proper eye protection, such as certified eclipse glasses or solar viewers, can result in solar retinopathy, or retinal damage from exposure to solar radiation. During the 2017 total solar eclipse, a young woman was diagnosed with solar retinopathy in both eyes after viewing the eclipse with what doctors believed were eclipse glasses not held to the safety standard. Post-eclipse eye damage symptomsSymptoms of eye damage after viewing the eclipse without proper protection can take hours or days to manifest.
Persons: Ronald Benner, , Michelle Andreoli, ” Benner, , Benner, isn’t, doesn’t Organizations: CNN, American Optometric Association, American Academy of Ophthalmology Locations: Mexico, Canada
What to do with your solar eclipse glasses
  + stars: | 2024-04-09 | by ( Taylor Nicioli | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +3 min
For the fortunate folks who witnessed the rare solar event, there may not be a need to throw out gently used pairs of solar eclipse viewing glasses. That means the same glasses worn during the 2024 total solar eclipse will serve as effective protection during the next total solar eclipse in 2026 that will be visible over Greenland, Iceland, Spain, Russia and a small portion of Portugal and appear as a partial eclipse in parts of Europe, Africa and North America. Where to donate solar eclipse glassesIf the owner of a pair of solar eclipse glasses is not planning on globe-trotting to catch a glimpse of the upcoming solar eclipses, there are several organizations collecting viewers with the aim of donating to those who will be on the path of upcoming events. Eclipse Glasses USA, a retailer of eclipse glasses approved by the American Astronomical Society, is collecting used but undamaged glasses to send to schools in Chile and Argentina that will be within the path where the October 2024 annular eclipse, otherwise known as the “ring of fire,” will be visible. Astronomers Without Borders, a nonprofit organization that collected more than 2 million glasses after the 2017 total solar eclipse and redistributed hundreds of thousands of pairs before the 2024 eclipse, has a growing list of drop-off locations for donations of gently used glasses.
Persons: , , Kerry Hensley, Hensley Organizations: CNN, American Astronomical Society, AAS Nova, American Academy of Ophthalmology Locations: North America, Greenland, Iceland, Spain, Russia, Portugal, Europe, Africa, United States, North Dakota, Montana, Chile, Argentina
Are you still a little giddy from the magical moments of totality during Monday’s solar eclipse? So, if like Mr. Rao, you’ve developed a raging case of umbraphilia — the love of eclipses — you’ll have three chances over the next four years to see the moon blot out the sun. The first, on Aug. 12, 2026, will start above Greenland, then strafe the west coast of Iceland and move along the Atlantic Ocean and over Spain. Almost a year later, on Aug. 2, 2027, another will skirt the Mediterranean coast of North Africa then cross Egypt and part of the Arabian Peninsula. The third, on July 22, 2028, will cut across Australia and the southern tip of New Zealand.
Persons: ‘ I’ve, , Joseph Rao, Rao, you’ve Locations: Greenland, Iceland, Spain, North Africa, Egypt, Australia, New Zealand
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