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Wild at heart! Emily Atack parties HARD as she celebrates clothing launch in sexy dress

Wild at heart! Emily Atack parties HARD as she celebrates clothing launch in sexy dress

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The I’m A Celeb runner up has been a favourite of fans ever since she stepped in the jungle, so it’s no surprise she bagged herself a clothing line just months after leaving.Emily landed the gold dust gig early on, teaming up with In The Style for the ultimate fashion line.The brand usually hop on the most popular reality babes, including Dani Dyer and Charlotte Crosby – who have also been supportive of Emily’s growing success.Charlotte attended the launch party with Emily last night, and as Emily left the event, she looked partied out. Related Articles The babe started the night in a glamorous ensemble as she ditched her bra for the sexy display.Posing in a leopard print ensemble, Emily ramped up the sex appeal as she flaunted her curves in the sultry outfit.Fla...
BBC and ITV set to launch Netflix rival

BBC and ITV set to launch Netflix rival

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The BBC, home to crime dramas Luther and Line of Duty, and ITV, maker of Love Island, are in the "concluding phase of talks" to create a rival to Netflix.BBC director general Tony Hall said the aim was to launch "BritBox" in the UK the second half of 2019.The price was not announced but Lord Hall said it would be "competitive".ITV's chief executive Dame Carolyn McCall said it would home for the "best of British creativity".There are reports it could cost £5 a month.Do viewers want a streaming a service?The two organisations already have a BritBox streaming service in North America which Lord Hall said was performing "ahead of expectations". It has 500,000 subscribers. "Research with the British public shows that the...
NASA, SpaceX finish Crew Dragon review; March 2 launch date still targeted

NASA, SpaceX finish Crew Dragon review; March 2 launch date still targeted

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Feb. 22 (UPI) -- NASA and SpaceX officials completed the flight readiness review ahead of the planned launch of an unmanned SpaceX capsule to the International Space Station. Calling it a "phenomenal" review, NASA associate administrator for human exploration and operations William Gerstenmaier said at a news conference the Crew Dragon capsule remains on schedule for the planned launch date and time of 2:48 a.m. March 2. Its launch will be called Demo-1, or DM-1. Gerstenmaier added, however, that the review yielded plans to look further at the Crew Dragon's software, specifically at how it functions while the capsule approaches the ISS. Gerstenmaier and Kathy Lueders, manager of NASA's commercial crew program, said the flight next week, though unmanned, will have implications on future la...
Watch: SpaceX releases Israeli moon lander, pair of satellites into orbit after successful launch

Watch: SpaceX releases Israeli moon lander, pair of satellites into orbit after successful launch

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Feb. 21 (UPI) -- SpaceX launched its Falcon 9 rocket Thursday evening with a pair of satellites and an Israeli moon lander aboard. All three were successfully released into orbit. Blastoff occurred right on time at 8:45 p.m. ET. Just a few minutes after Falcon 9 launched from Cape Canaveral, the first and second stages separated and the booster stage fell back to Earth, using its thrusters to slow its reentry and land safely on SpaceX's Of Course I Still Love You droneship. "Successful deployment of the SpaceIL lunar lander confirmed, starting the spacecraft's two-month voyage to the Moon," SpaceX confirmed on Twitter, some 35 minutes after liftoff. The Israeli-made lander was developed by SpaceIL, a privately-funded nonprofit. The group of scientists and engineers were originally part o...
Watch live: SpaceX to launch Israeli moon lander, pair of satellites

Watch live: SpaceX to launch Israeli moon lander, pair of satellites

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Feb. 21 (UPI) -- Engineers are preparing SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket for a Friday evening launch that will carry a pair of satellites and an Israeli moon lander into orbit. The Israeli-made lander was developed by SpaceIL, a privately-funded nonprofit. The group of scientists and engineers were originally part of the Google Lunar X Prize competition. They decided to press on after Google closed the contest without a winner. The payload also includes an Indonesian communications satellite called Nusantara Satu and a small experimental satellite belonging to the U.S. Air Force. Blastoff for tonight's GTO-1 mission is scheduled for 8:45 p.m. ET. The rocket will lift off from SpaceX's launch site at Florida's Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. Both SpaceX and SpaceIL will offer live streams of F...