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Today โ€” January 17th 2019Your RSS feeds

US to launch secret spy satellite Saturday

By Mike Wall Space.com Senior Writer

The United States' newest spy satellite will finally get off the ground this weekend, if all goes according to plan.

US to launch secret spy satellite Saturday

By Mike Wall Space.com Senior Writer

The United States' newest spy satellite will finally get off the ground this weekend, if all goes according to plan.

NASA may decide this year to land a drone on Saturn's moon Titan

By Meghan Bartels Space.com Senior Writer

The spacecraft that have peered through the yellowish haze surrounding Saturn's moon Titan discovered a strange, yet strangely familiar world where life could theoretically take root. Now, scientists want to return — this time buoyed by Earth's fascination with drone technology.

NASA may decide this year to land a drone on Saturn's moon Titan

By Meghan Bartels Space.com Senior Writer

The spacecraft that have peered through the yellowish haze surrounding Saturn's moon Titan discovered a strange, yet strangely familiar world where life could theoretically take root. Now, scientists want to return — this time buoyed by Earth's fascination with drone technology.

Rain spotted on Saturn's moon Titan, which may be home to alien life

By Chris Ciaccia

Saturn's moon Titan, which some scientists have theorized could be the home to extraterrestrial life due to the presence of surface liquid, is providing another surprise to researchers — the sight of fresh rainfall.

Rain spotted on Saturn's moon Titan, which may be home to alien life

By Chris Ciaccia

Saturn's moon Titan, which some scientists have theorized could be the home to extraterrestrial life due to the presence of surface liquid, is providing another surprise to researchers — the sight of fresh rainfall.

A mirror image of our universe may have existed before the Big Bang

By Erik Vance Live Science Contributor

Like a mountain looming over a calm lake, it seems the universe may once have had a perfect mirror image.

A mirror image of our universe may have existed before the Big Bang

By Erik Vance Live Science Contributor

Like a mountain looming over a calm lake, it seems the universe may once have had a perfect mirror image.

Tsipras wins confidence vote, eyes Prespa agreement ratification

By Georgi Gotev

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Wednesday (16 January) survived a confidence vote after a row over a landmark name deal with Macedonia sunk his four-year coalition.

Spanish PM: If Europe protects us, we need to protect Europe

By Beatriz Rios

Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez stood up for a more social, feminist, greener and united Europe, in his speech on the future of the EU before the European Parliament in Strasbourg on Wednesday (16 January). 

Yesterday โ€” January 16th 2019Your RSS feeds

A 2-Year-Old Boy Is Trapped in a Well. Spain Is Watching.

By RAPHAEL MINDER

Rescuers are racing against the clock to find Julen Roselló, who is believed to be more than 250 feet underground.

Aliens? Harvard professor defends claim mysterious interstellar object could be extraterrestrial probe

By Jamie Seidel

Harvard University Astronomy Department chair Avi Loeb is no stranger to controversy. His suggestion a strange object spotted entering our solar system from deep space could be an alien probe is just the most recent example.

Aliens? Harvard professor defends claim mysterious interstellar object could be extraterrestrial probe

By Jamie Seidel

Harvard University Astronomy Department chair Avi Loeb is no stranger to controversy. His suggestion a strange object spotted entering our solar system from deep space could be an alien probe is just the most recent example.

Mysterious interstellar object might not be so special after all

By Chris Ciaccia

Oumuamua was discovered in October 2017 and is now making its way towards Saturn's orbit, has sparked much discussion about what it is, but there is one thing it may not be, according to a new study. Special.

Mysterious interstellar object might not be so special after all

By Chris Ciaccia

Oumuamua was discovered in October 2017 and is now making its way towards Saturn's orbit, has sparked much discussion about what it is, but there is one thing it may not be, according to a new study. Special.

Pay-TV growth hits Spanish DTT

By Chris Dziadul

DTT viewing in Spain has slumped to its lowest-ever level due to the popularity of subscription pay-TV services.

According to the latest data published by the regulator CNMC, FTA and paid services distributed via DTT accounted for 76.4% of TV consumption in Q2 2018, with DTH claiming 2.7% and cable/IPTV 20.9%.

Mediaset and Atresmedia remained the leading broadcasters, with audience shares of 30.4% and 26.7% respectively.

At the same time, the most watched channels were the generalist Telecinco (15.3%) and Antena 3 (12%).

CNMC notes that fibre/xDSL pay-TV revenues grew by over 15% to €362 million in Q2 2018, while FTA TV saw its revenues increase by 0.8% to €506 million.

The total number of pay-TV subscribers at the end of Q2 stood at 6.64 million, down 80,000 on the previous quarter due to the end of the football season.

Almost nine out of 10 pay-TV subscribers had contracts to receive packaged services.

TV ad revenues in Q2 amounted to €515 million, with FTA claiming 95.5% and pay-TV 4.5% of the total.

Taken together, Mediaset and Atresmedia accounted for 86.5% of total TV ad revenues.

Average TV viewing during the quarter was 3 hours and 40 minutes per person per day, or 20 minutes less than in the previous quarter.

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