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Endurance, the ship that carried Ernest Shackleton on his ill-fated attempt to cross Antarctica in 1915, spawned one of the greatest survival stories in the history of exploration and now holds a revered place in polar history. The Quest sailed on for another 40 years until it sank on a seal-hunting voyage off Canada’s Atlantic coast in 1962. He knew almost immediately that a final discovery in the life of one of history’s most revered explorers had been made. “This is the last big Shackleton event,” Alexandra Shackleton, the explorer’s granddaughter, said in an interview, referring to the discovery of the Quest. “There won’t be anything else as important as this.”
Persons: Ernest Shackleton, Shackleton, John Geiger, ” Alexandra Shackleton, Locations: Antarctica, Weddell, Newfoundland and Labrador
A British Airways flight lasted nine hours but ended up back where it started after a technical issue. The Boeing 787 reached Newfoundland before turning back across the Atlantic to London Heathrow. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementDozens of British Airways passengers endured a nine-hour "flight to nowhere" after crossing the Atlantic twice. This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers.
Persons: , Dreamliner Organizations: British Airways, Boeing, London Heathrow, Service, British, Atlantic, Monday's, Business Locations: Newfoundland, London, Houston, Flightradar24
A real estate billionaire in Ohio is planning an underwater voyage to the site of the Titanic shipwreck, where a submersible imploded on its approach to the sea floor a year ago, killing all five passengers on board. Shortly after the OceanGate disaster, Larry Connor, 74, a real estate investor and amateur adventurer, contacted the co-founder of Triton Submarines, Patrick Lahey, imploring him to build a submarine that could reach the depths of the Titanic safely and repeatedly, according to The Wall Street Journal. The two men aim to explore and conduct scientific research at the site, located off the coast of Newfoundland, 12,500 feet under the sea, in a two-person submersible that Triton is designing in the summer of 2026. “Ours is just not a trip to the Titanic,” Mr. Connor said in an interview on Tuesday. “It’s a research mission.”
Persons: Larry Connor, Patrick Lahey, Mr, Connor, , Organizations: Triton Submarines, Titanic, Wall Street Locations: Ohio, Newfoundland
Port Canaveral announced new plans to build a seventh cruise terminal by 2026. But Port Canaveral is running out of space as demand for these vacation voyages continues to skyrocket. When complete, it could accommodate the world's largest cruise ships, including Royal Caribbean's new 1,198-foot-long, 9,950-person-capacity Icon of the Seas. The project would've taken three to four years to complete — too long a timeline for Port Canaveral. "We can't shut down operations at Port Canaveral because the state can't get the road infrastructure in a timely manner," he added.
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Read previewIranian President Ebrahim Raisi died in a helicopter crash on Sunday — and the country's former foreign minister believes US sanctions were partly to blame. AdvertisementIran's former foreign minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, said the US sanctions — which prohibit Iran from purchasing US-built planes — could be partly to blame. In a phone interview with state TV on Monday, Zarif said the sanctions prevent Iran from having good aviation facilities. Related storiesThe US has imposed various sanctions against Iran since the seizure of the US Embassy in Tehran in 1979. In 2009, a Bell 212 operated by Cougar Helicopters crashed off the coast of Newfoundland in Canada.
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CNN —Earth’s magnetic field plays a key role in making our planet habitable. However, Earth’s magnetic field almost collapsed 591 million years ago, and this change, paradoxically, may have played a pivotal role in the blossoming of complex life, new research has found. The discovery of the sustained weakening of Earth’s magnetic field also helped resolve an enduring geological mystery about when Earth’s solid inner core formed. Shuhai Xiao/Virginia TechUncovering the magnetic field’s near collapseThe intensity of Earth’s magnetic field is known to fluctuate over time, and crystals preserved in rock contain tiny magnetic particles that lock in a record of the intensity of Earth’s magnetic field. The research on the intensity of Earth’s magnetic field suggests that the age of Earth’s inner core is on the younger end of that timescale, solidifying after 565 million years ago and allowing Earth’s magnetic shield to bounce back.
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People have wanted to reconnect with deceased loved ones for centuries, whether they’ve visited mediums and spiritualists or leaned on services that preserve their memory. In September 2023, it introduced ChatGPT voice, where users can ask the chatbot prompts without typing. HereAfter AI, founded in 2019, allows users to create avatars of deceased loved ones. “Remembering is very important; it reflects the human condition and importance of deceased loved ones.”But she noted the relationship we have with our closest loved ones is built on authenticity. Creating an AI version of that person could for many “feel like a violation of that.”Bill Abney said he feels uneasy about communicating with his late fiancée through AI platforms.
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500 passengers on a Caribbean cruise were from Canada's East-coast province, reports said. The Celebrity Apex ship hosted a special party for the Newfoundlanders. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementPassengers aboard a Celebrity Apex cruise to the Caribbean this month were surprised when it turned out that 500 were all from Canada's easternmost province, said reports. This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers.
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At 11:40 p.m. on April 14, an iceberg was spotted 400 nautical miles south of Newfoundland, Canada, but it was too late for the ship to change course. Universal History Archive/Getty ImagesThe two lookouts, Fredrick Fleet and Reginald Lee, failed to spot the iceberg in time. Their binoculars were also locked in a cabinet, which meant the lookouts were tasked with spotting icebergs using their eyes alone. The Titanic attempted to avoid the iceberg, but it failed to turn in time. As the ship scraped the iceberg, it tore a hole in the side of the ship, rupturing at least five of the watertight compartments.
Persons: Reginald Lee, Lee Locations: Newfoundland, Canada
Editor’s note: Follow along with CNN’s live updates of the total solar eclipse. Special eclipse momentsWhile totality is considered to be the most exciting part of a total solar eclipse, there are other special phases to watch for before the big moment arrives. Amateur astronomers prepare to watch a total solar eclipse in Mazatlan, Mexico, on Monday. After the total solar eclipse ends, it’s a bit of a wait for the next such celestial sightings in the United States. Those living in Alaska will catch a glimpse of a total solar eclipse on March 30, 2033, and a partial solar eclipse will shine over most of the US during that event.
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A Second Home That’s Far Away From It All
  + stars: | 2024-04-02 | by ( Tim Mckeough | ) www.nytimes.com   time to read: +1 min
When Cailey Heaps wants to get away from it all, one place comes to mind: the island of Newfoundland in Canada. “It’s this very romantic, peaceful part of the world where it feels like time moves at a different pace,” said Ms. Heaps, 47. “I can go there for three days and feel like I’ve taken a two-week holiday.”Image Cailey Heaps bought a pair of saltbox houses from the 1910s on the rugged coast of Newfoundland, Canada, and renovated them with help from Reflect Architecture. Credit... Trevor Wallace Trevor Wallace Trevor WallaceIn 2021, she was considering buying a country house within an easy drive of Toronto, but the siren song of Newfoundland beckoned. Diving into the listings, she was surprised to find one with a pair of the most quintessential Newfoundland saltbox houses she’d ever seen.
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It will be the last total solar eclipse visible in the contiguous U.S. until 2044. When Is the Total Solar Eclipse? What Time Will the Total Solar Eclipse Begin and How Long Will It Last? The total solar eclipse provides an opportunity to study the sun’s corona, or the outermost part of its atmosphere. Is the Total Solar Eclipse Expected to Boost the Economy?
Persons: Bill Nelson, They've, , Pam Melroy, , ” Melroy, Melroy Organizations: NASA, roosters, Eclipse, ” NASA, American Astronomical Society, Perryman Locations: North America, U.S, Mexico, Canada, Newfoundland, Tennessee, Michigan, Texas
The Cape Ray shipwreck is an example of a wider phenomenon, experts say, where climate change-fueled storms are uncovering the world’s underwater history — but also destroying it. Shawn Bath, of the Clean Harbours Initiative, works to secure the shipwreck in Cape Ray, Newfoundland, Canada. Courtesy Shawn Trevor/Clean Harbours InitiativeA section of shipwreck that washed ashore is seen in Cape Ray, Canada. Forecasts suggest wind gusts of 25 mph around Cape Ray with waves up to 20 feet. In Cape Ray, Croft and Bath are doing all they can to protect the mysterious wreck.
Persons: Shawn Bath, Trevor Croft, ” Croft, Fiona, Shawn Trevor, Croft, Lisa Briggs, , , Briggs, ” Briggs, that’s Organizations: CNN, Cranfield University Locations: Newfoundland, Canada, Cape Ray, Coast, French, British, Bath, seabeds,
The sun is about to pull another disappearing act across North America, turning day into night during a total solar eclipse. Photos You Should See View All 15 ImagesHere's what to know about April’s extravaganza and how to prepare:WHAT HAPPENS DURING THE TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE? By a cosmic stroke of luck, the moon will make the month’s closest approach to Earth the day before the total solar eclipse. WHEN IS THE NEXT TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE? The next total solar eclipse, in 2026, will grace the northern fringes of Greenland, Iceland and Spain.
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King Charles and Queen Camilla are seen leaving Clarence House in London on February 6, the day after it was announced King Charles had been diagnosed with cancer. But Queen Elizabeth and King Charles, they do not want to become the story, they still want to serve their public. In the fullness of time, I would like to think King Charles will talk about his treatment.”Britain's King Charles III poses for a portrait in Buckingham Palace's Throne Room after his official coronation in May 2023. From left are Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall; Prince Charles; Queen Elizabeth II; Prince Philip; Prince William; and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge. From left are Prince Charles; the Queen; Prince Louis; Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge; and Princess Charlotte.
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Best travel destinations to visit in 2024
  + stars: | 2024-01-01 | by ( Cnn Travel Staff | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +32 min
cdwheatley/iStockphoto/Getty Images Angola: Beyond the capital city of Luanda, pictured, Angola has some jaw-droppingly spectacular scenery and cultural treats. David ChiaFF/Alamy Stock Photo Mérida, Mexico: Yucatán state's capital city showcases a blend of Mayan and colonial heritage. Pavel Tochinsky/The Image Bank RF/Getty Images Morocco: This North African country is home to nine UNESCO sites, including the historic city of Meknes, pictured. Panama City is also the only world capital with a tropical rainforest within its city limits. And a historic city forever entwined with the famed Camino de Santiago.
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Cruise ship companies are failing sexual assault victims, lawsuits seen by Business Insider show. Carnival told the Washington Post last year that the alleged assailant was fired from the cruise line but that he was never charged. "The truth is, cruise companies don't know much about the employees they hire," he told BI. "I don't know how they sleep at night, I really don't"Jamie Barnett, from the organization International Cruise Victims (ICV), told BI that the behavior of cruise companies makes victims feel "lost and very isolated." Cruise companies, she said, "will fight tooth and nail before they would roll over and not do what they needed to do, to keep the public from knowing."
Persons: , Ryan, Patrick Connolly, Ross Klein, They'll, they'll, Klein, they've, Justin Sullivan, Jane Doe, Jim Walker, Walker, Jamie Barnett, Barnett, Democratic Sen, Richard Blumenthal Organizations: Business, Service, MSC, MSC Cruises, MSC Meraviglia, Orlando Sentinel, Tribune, Getty, BI, US Department of Transportation, Disney Cruise Line, Disney Cruise, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Cruise, Federal Bureau of Investigations, Vessel Security, Safety, FBI, Princess Cruises, BuzzFeed, Carnival, Washington Post, International Cruise, Democratic Locations: Port Canaveral, Port of Oakland, California, Caribbean, Miami, Key West , Florida
OTTAWA, Nov 24 (Reuters) - Canada's Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Friday said his main political rival on the right was abandoning Ukraine under the influence of Donald Trump, the Republican frontrunner in next year's U.S. election. Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau takes part in a climate change conference in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada October 18, 2022. The Ukrainian Canadian Congress, a lobby group, said in a statement it was disappointed Conservatives had voted against the trade agreement. On Thursday Poilievre insisted that he supported Ukraine and a free-trade deal, but "voted against Justin Trudeau forcing a carbon tax into that pre-existing agreement". One of Poilievre's main promises is to "axe" Canada's carbon tax if elected.
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There’s a difference between ground speed and speed in the air (indicated air speed, essentially the speed of the plane in relation to the air around it). The jet stream explainedThe jet stream is a “core of strong winds around five to seven miles above the Earth’s surface, blowing from west to east,” as the UK’s Met Office describes it. Seven miles above the planet’s surface is equivalent to around 37,000 feet – which means that aircraft at cruising altitude slip easily into the jet stream. “This increase in the temperature gradient is amplifying the speed of the jet stream, which is driven by temperature differences. Either way, these planes are saving time and money.”The jet stream is making planes go around 200mph faster than average.
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Their aggressive approach to conservation featured prominently in numerous scientific articles that followed, discussing the pros and cons of assisted migration. These cases underscore the reality that other plants and animals are already living where you might want to introduce something in order to save it. “I would treat assisted migration as a tool of last resort,” he told me in an email. Many of the animal’s native wetlands were fragmented and shrinking, and conservationists feared that global warming would finish the tortoise off. Similarly, she says, assisted migration is appropriate when contrasted with the other possibility: extinction if no one intervenes.
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Get ready for the next solar eclipse in April 2024
  + stars: | 2023-10-16 | by ( Ashley Strickland | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +7 min
Sky-gazers across North America are in for a treat in 2024 when a total solar eclipse will pass over Mexico, the United States and Canada. That’s likely because a total solar eclipse won’t be visible across the contiguous US again until August 2044. The total solar eclipse will be visible in parts of Mexico, Canada and more than 10 US states, while a crescent-shaped partial solar eclipse is expected to appear in 49 states — weather permitting. During the 2017 total solar eclipse, a young woman was diagnosed with solar retinopathy, retinal damage from exposure to solar radiation, in both eyes after viewing the eclipse with what doctors believed were eclipse glasses not held to the safety standard. If you bought eclipse glasses to see the “ring of fire,” save your eclipse glasses and viewers for the total solar eclipse in April by storing them at room temperature in an envelope or their original packaging to avoid scratches.
Persons: Aubrey Gemignani, It’s, Prince Edward Island, Bruce Bennett Organizations: CNN, Americas, NASA, Planetary Society, American Astronomical Society Locations: North America, Mexico, United States, Canada, Oregon, Ocean, Texas , Oklahoma , Arkansas , Missouri , Illinois , Kentucky , Indiana , Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York , Vermont , New Hampshire, Maine, Ontario, Quebec , New Brunswick, Prince, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland
Tens of millions in the Americas will have front-row seats for Saturday's rare “ring of fire” eclipse of the sun. It’s a prelude to the total solar eclipse that will sweep across Mexico, the eastern half of the U.S. and Canada, in six months. HOW TO PROTECT YOUR EYES DURING THE ECLIPSEBe sure to use safe, certified solar eclipse glasses, Lockwood stressed. April’s total solar eclipse will crisscross the U.S. in the opposite direction. Almost all these places missed out during the United States’ coast-to-coast total solar eclipse in 2017.
Persons: , NASA’s Alex Lockwood, Lockwood, Judy Eychner, Eychner, It’s, , Madhulika Guhathakurta Organizations: Corpus Christi, ECLIPSE, NASA, Kerrville, U.S, Riddle, Associated Press Health, Science Department, Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s Science, Educational Media Group, AP Locations: Americas, U.S, Central, South America, Oregon, Brazil, Mexico, Canada, North, Nevada , Utah, New Mexico, Texas, slivers, Idaho , California, Arizona, Colorado, Gulf of Mexico, Corpus, Yucatan, Belize, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Hawaii, Central America, San Antonio, Kerrville, Pacific, Oklahoma , Arkansas , Missouri , Illinois , Indiana , Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, New England, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, States, Alaska, Antarctica
The annular solar eclipse will begin in the United States at 9:13 a.m. PT (12:13 p.m. When the moon crosses between Earth and the sun during an annular solar eclipse, a signature "ring of fire" of sunlight is still visible. To view the annular eclipse, wear certified eclipse glasses or use a handheld solar viewer. Eclipse glasses are necessary to safely view the entirety of an annular solar eclipse. The next eclipseA total solar eclipse will be visible in parts of Mexico, Canada and more than 10 US states on April 8, 2024.
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Sperm and bottlenose whales are known to pursue fishing boats to catch fish that escape the nets. Hal Whitehead, a sperm whale expert and biology professor at Dalhousie University, told Insider. What's even more interesting is that it's not only whales that have learned to catch fish escaping the fishermen's nets. Usua Oyarbide"As time goes on we hear more and more reports of everything from sperm whales to dolphins doing this. "I've known about sperm whales being engaged with different fisheries but I wasn't aware northern Bottlenose whales show similar behavior, so I've learned something new."
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CNN —The world’s largest cruise ship hasn’t welcomed a single passenger aboard yet, but it’s already set the internet on fire. But when an image of its stern section went viral in July, it polarized opinions, eliciting passionate reactions on all sides. The ship will be home to the world's largest water park at sea. “I think the Royal Caribbean enthusiasts are going to look at this and go ‘Wow, something new! “Royal Caribbean is notable for exceeding 100% capacity on their ships.
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