Russell is deputising for Lewis Hamilton following the seven-time world champion’s positive Covid-19 test.
"This (BE-7) is the engine that will take the first woman to the surface of the Moon," Bezos said in a post on Instagram with a video of the engine test this week at NASA Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama. The BE-7 engine, which Blue Origin has been developing for years, has tallied 1,245 seconds of test-fire time and will power the company's National Team Human Landing System lunar lander. Blue Origin leads a "national team" as the prime contractor that it assembled in 2019 to help build its Blue Moon lander.
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The pair are due to commence talks on Monday evening with Brexit negotiators due to hold talks on Sunday as 'significant difference remain'.
The two leaders have ordered their chief negotiators to meet again in Brussels on Sunday to assess whether they reach an agreement.
Samples taken by Japan’s Hayabusa2 spacecraft of a distant asteroid have arrived back on Earth, the country’s space agency has said. It is the first time that a spacecraft has carried subsurface samples of an asteroid back to Earth, and brings an end to a pioneering, six-year round-trip. Scientists hope that the pieces of the asteroid Ryugu can help us learn about the origins of our solar system and of life itself.
PM to speak again with Ursula von der Leyen on Monday as wait for breakthrough continues
Frank Lampard and Marcelo Bielsa will also resume their rivalry following ‘spygate’ with the Blues able to temporarily take top spot in the Premier League with victory
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Millwall and Derby players were met with boos when taking a knee in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement as fans returned to the Den on Saturday. With Millwall opening their doors for the first time since the rise of the Black Lives Matter movement, both teams were met with boos from the 2,000-strong support and shouts of "get up" as they took a knee.
The Football Association strongly condemns spectators actively voicing their opposition to taking a knee.
A fisherman eventually caught Wally the wallaroo with a net and helped bring him to shore
As English fans returned to stadiums for the first time since March, Millwall supporters took the opportunity to boo players protesting systemic racism.
Boris Johnson and EU Commission president Ursula von der Leyen this evening failed to make a breakthrough in deadlocked Brexit trade talks and instructed the chief negotiators to meet again tomorrow. The announcement came after the Prime Minister and Ms von der Leyen held a crucial phone call as they sought to secure a deal ahead of Britain's departure from the EU next month. The Prime Minister and the the president of the European Commission said in a joint statement: "In a phone call today on the on-going negotiations between the European Union and the United Kingdom, we welcomed the fact that progress has been achieved in many areas. Nevertheless, significant differences remain on three critical issues: level playing field, governance and fisheries. Both sides underlined that no agreement is feasible if these issues are not resolved. “Whilst recognising the seriousness of these differences, we agreed that a further effort should be undertaken by our negotiating teams to assess whether they can be resolved. “We are therefore instructing our chief negotiators to reconvene tomorrow in Brussels. “We will speak again on Monday evening.” It came after the European Union's chief Brexit negotiator left London on Saturday and told reporters the two sides "would see" if a deal was still possible. Michel Barnier and Mr Johnson have been in crunch talks to try to strike a trade agreement, but Mr Barnier admitted there were still "significant divergences". Mr Barnier, who has been negotiating with the Prime Minister and his team for the last week, said as he departed his hotel in the capital: "We will keep calm as always and if there is still a way, we will see". The French politician said on Friday evening that despite "intense negotiations", conditions for an agreement had not been met due to "significant divergences on level playing field, governance and fisheries". It is thought the Prime Minister will resume discussions with Mr Barnier on Sunday. A spokesman for Mr Johnson said: "There are still some issues to overcome. Time is in very short supply and we are at a very difficult point in the talks. "What is certain is we will not be able agree a deal that doesn't respect our fundamental principles on sovereignty, fishing and control."
Videos circulating on social media showed a significant number of supporters booing
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