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Mars helicopter Ingenuity performs well before first flight

Mars helicopter Ingenuity performs well before first flight

Science
April 7 (UPI) -- NASA's Mars helicopter Ingenuity, the first powered aircraft on another planet, is free of the Perseverance rover that carried it and appears to be functioning well ahead of its first flight on Sunday, the space agency said. NASA plans to broadcast the results of that first flight at 3:30 a.m. EDT Monday after the helicopter transmits data and images to Perseverance, which will send them back to Earth. Advertisement The helicopter detached from the rover's underbelly Saturday and survived subzero temperatures with its own heaters, which NASA said was "a major milestone" in an announcement Tuesday. The 4-pound rover uses solar panels to charge its batteries and keep delicate electronics safe from extreme cold that can reach 130 degrees F below zero. "So far, everything ha...
Watch: Onewe performs ‘Memory: Illusion’ highlight medley

Watch: Onewe performs ‘Memory: Illusion’ highlight medley

Entertainment
Dec. 8 (UPI) -- South Korean boy band Onewe is gearing up to release its new single album. The K-pop rock group performed clips from the single album Memory: Illusion while sharing a highlight medley for the album Tuesday. Advertisement Memory: Illusion includes the title track "A Book in Memory" and the songs "Trauma (Aquarium)" and "Eraser." Onewe performed parts of the songs live before playing clips of the recorded versions. Onewe previously released a teaser for its "A Book in Memory" music video featuring KangHyun. [embedded content] Onewe will release Memory: Illusion and the full "A Book in Memory" video Friday. Onewe consists of Kanghyun, Yonghoon, Harin, Dongmyeong and CyA. The group originally made its debut in 2015 under the name M.A.S. 0094. L...
Britney Spears performs impressive yoga routine in minuscule bikini after rehab stay

Britney Spears performs impressive yoga routine in minuscule bikini after rehab stay

Entertainment
Superstar singer Britney Spears has given fans a glimpse of her recent 5lbs weight loss after leaving rehab.The 37-year-old took to Instagram with an impressive yoga display, doing position after position wearing just a zebra print bikini.The Toxic songstress showed off her moves, even going out of frame at one point while walking on her hands.And plenty of her 21million followers were in awe, with the clip garnering more than 4.7m views so far. Related Articles “I still want to be Britney Spears when I grow up”Instagram followerOne fan commented: "I still want to be Britney Spears when I grow up."Another wrote: "Who does this in a bikini and still looks that frigging amazing! Jesus!"A third added: "You look amazing! Always been a fan... Cheers to mental health and physical health well
BTS performs with Charlie Puth at 2018 MGAs

BTS performs with Charlie Puth at 2018 MGAs

Entertainment
Nov. 6 (UPI) -- South Korean boy band BTS performed with Charlie Puth at the 2018 MBC Plus X Genie Music Awards. The K-pop group took to the stage with the 26-year-old American singer at the awards show Tuesday in Incheon, South Korea. Naver TV posted a video of Puth performing his song "We Don't Talk Anymore" with BTS member Jungkook. He also joined BTS for a rendition of the group's hit single "Fake Love," according to Billboard. BTS won five awards during the ceremony, including Best Artist and Best Digital Album of the Year for Love Yourself: Answer. Puth, who will perform Wednesday and Thursday in Seoul, took home Best International Artist. BTS shared backstage photos with Puth on Twitter. "We met @charlieputh @fukushi_staff," the group wrote.We met @charlieputh @fukushi_staff pic.tw...
Jose Feliciano donates guitar to museum, performs at naturalization ceremony

Jose Feliciano donates guitar to museum, performs at naturalization ceremony

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June 14 (UPI) -- Grammy Award-winning guitarist Jose Feliciano donated the guitar he used in his iconic 1968 performance of the "Star-Spangled Banner" to the National Museum of American History during a ceremony Thursday that included the naturalization of 20 new U.S. citizens. Feliciano played the Concerto Candelas guitar during his controversial performance of the anthem at Detroit's Tiger Stadium during the World Series. "His personalized, slow, Latin jazz performance drew attention -- both positive and negative," the National Museum of American History said in a release announcing his donation. "Feliciano's rendition was the first to attract national attention to a new way of rendering the anthem and preceded the attention Jimi Hendrix attracted for his 1969 Woodstock performance." B...