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The telescope can observe about 4,000 celestial bodies

 at one time, and can also help calculate the age of more than a million stars.

According to Zhao Yongheng, a researcher from the National Astronomical Ob

servatories of China, LAMOST’s latest spectra data is the world’s most complete astronomical data set,

providing a reference for the formation and evolution of the Milky Way as well as other galaxies.

More than 100 institutes and universities from the US, Germ

any, Belgium, Denmark and other countries and regions around the world are using this dat

a to carry out research on the evolution of the Milky Way, stellar physics and special celestial bodies.

With LAMOST, Chinese astronomers have discovered the most lithium

-rich giant star ever known, as well as more than 10,000 metal-poor star candidates, wh

ich may help shed light on the early universe and the emergence of the first stars and galaxies.

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Over the years, FAA has increasingly shifted toward wor

king with industry to meet shared safety goals,” he said. “FAA now delegates more of its aircr

aft certification to approved manufacturers through its congressionally authorized Organization Desig

nation Authorization program or ODA. However, my office has identified weaknesses with FAA oversight of ODA.”

Senators questioned the safety of Boeing’s anti-stall system, called the Maneuvering Characteristics Augmentation System.

The system was installed because Max jets have bigger engines mounted closer to the nose of the plane than older Boeing 737s, changing the plane’s aerodynamics.

If the nose rises, threatening a stall, the MACS system automatically points the nose of the plane down to gain speed. The sys

tem can be shut off by flipping a switch on the throttle console between the pilot and co-pilot.

The “angle of attack” sensor built into the Max aircraft measures the amount of lift generat

ed by the wings. The device warns pilots when there is too little lift, potentially stalling the plane

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From Israel to Brexit to France: Trump dips into allies’ politics

  He’s trashed the British Prime Minister. He’s cheered protesters in France. And now he’s handed Israel’s embattled leader a win days before a re-elect

ion. When it comes to other countries’ domestic politics, President Donald Trump hasn’t hesitated to put his thumb on the scale.

  When he first met Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in the Oval Office weeks after his inau

guration, Trump heard out the Israeli prime minister’s appeal to recognize Israel’s sovereignty over the Golan Heights.

  But Trump didn’t immediately deliver. Instead, he waited until less than three weeks before the most consequential election of Netanyahu’s polit

ical career to announce “it is time for the United States to fully recognize Israel’s sovereignty over the Golan Heights.”

  Combined with the warm embrace Trump will offer Netany

ahu in Washington next week and the White House’s silence on the timing of the annou

ncement, experts quickly identified Trump’s recognition of the Golan Heights as a brazen attempt to boost Netanyahu’s re-el

ection chances, giving him a foreign policy achievement to tout in the final stretch of the campaign.

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The deal is the latest in a series of patent license agreements

with key industry partners such as Qualcomm, Dolby and Nokia. This strategy is expected

to clear the patent obstacles for Oppo to better serve global consumers in the 5G era, said Fu Liang, an independent telecom analyst.

“Talent is what we are in dire need of, to explore overseas market,” Wu said.

Oppo aims to have 90 percent of its Europe-based staff sourced from the local talent po

ol, so as to better tap into the design and art scholars from local universities.

The company said it currently has over 40,000 emplo

yees globally, with 10 manufacturing facilities and six research institutes across the world.

Its mobile operating system ColorOS commands 250 million users w

orldwide. To expand its reach, Oppo has also set up over 400,000 points of sale worldwide.

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Complaining about Democratic investigations, the President

  made a jarring comment that hinted at the possibility of political violence.

  ”I can tell you I have the support of the police, the support of the milita

ry, the support of the Bikers for Trump — I have the tough people, but they don’t play it to

ugh — until they go to a certain point, and then it would be very bad, very bad,” Trump told the conservative website.

  Trump’s incessant appeals for his base are undeniably effective.

  One Republican, Sen. Thom Tillis, of North Carolina, made an 11th hour switch of hi

s vote on the declaration of national emergency, falling into line behind the President.

  A top GOP official in North Carolina told CNN’s Jim Acosta that Tillis was under fierce pressure ahead of a potential primary challenge next year.

  The official said, Tillis is “getting hit hard in the state.”

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Kim Song, North Korea’s envoy to the United Nations, sent a

  r Monday to UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres calling for the UN Security Council to drop the sanctions, North Korean state media reported.

  ”The ‘sanctions resolutions’ of the Security Council aga

inst the DPRK (North Korea’s official name), that prohibit even the shipment of computers and o

ther electronic devices widely used at societies and homes of today, are indeed the action against humanity to dest

roy modern civilization and turn the society back in a (medieval) dark age,” the letter read.

  The issue of sanctions has been a key sticking point in talks between Washington and Pyongyang.

  North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho said North Korea asked for removal of five of the 11 sets of sanctions levied

by the United Nations — those that “hamper the economy and the livelihood of our people.”

  But the Trump administration has said that price was too steep for what North Korea was offering.

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So the fact that the to-and-fro is still in progress this far

down the line highlight that there is a shared desire to secure an accord that delivers on the rapport that has been established — also perhaps beyond both side’s expectations.

But it would be getting ahead of the situation to consider the final push tow

ard a consensus on principled, mutually beneficial cooperation all done and

dusted. That consensus, which President Xi identified as the objectiv

e of the talks when he met with the US negotiators after the previous round of neg

otiations in Beijing, has still not been completed, and probably will not be until the two leaders meet to agree on the final det

ails. But there is no doubt that both sides are aware of how momentous such a consensus would be, beyond the tangible rewards it would offer both cou

ntries. For if the two sides can iron out their core differences by abiding by the principles of mutual respect and m

utual benefit, it would reset their relationship in a way that would bode well for the future.

History in the past four decades shows that the two countries benefit in an all-around wa

y from harmonious trade and economic relations, as they provide the ballast for their relationship.

There is obviously still more work to be done. However, if neither side puts a foot wrong, a deal will finally be signed sooner or later.

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Ali Shamkhani, secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security

  Council, was critical of Trump at a rally Saturday.

  ”The US has long been dealt blows by our country and our region and thus regularly bares its warmongering teeth,” Shamkhani said, according to state-run Press TV.

  ”And when a missile is tested thousands of kilometers away, after (issuing empty) threats, all their preside

nt does is put out a tweet,” he said in an apparent reference to North Korea’s missile tests.

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  Shamkhani said the United States is rethinking the election of Trump.

  ”American politicians and people are having second thoughts about their choice of presi

dent and acknowledge that the US has been defeated in materializing its foreign policy,” Shamkhani said.

  Iran’s Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, said this week that Iran must resist the United States.

  ”Giving in to the US will make it impudent; the only way is to resist,” Khamenei said.

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hina’s online payment platforms achieve record ‘red envelo

Digital transferring platforms run by China’s leading internet companies weathered mounting pressure from online transactions during the Chinese New Year c

elebrations with peak transfers reaching as high as 44,000 deals per second, domestic media reported on Tuesday.

As of late Monday, “red envelopes” worth 3.5 billion yuan was transacted through social media payment systems, according to Chinese media reports.

Sending “red envelops” stuffed with money through online payment tools to relative

s, co-workers and friends has become a new defining item for billions of Chinese during the Spring Festival.

The record occurred three seconds past midnight – the New Year’s Eve leading up to the Year

of Pig, Nets Union Clearing Corporation (NUCC) said, according to a report by chinanews.com on Tuesday.

The NUCC was founded by 45 shareholders, including 38 payment institutions, to en

sure  effective regulation and transaction security. The People’s Bank of China, the country’s central bank, is the largest shareholder.

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The first meeting among countries to improve collabo

oration on CR Express was held in Zhengzhou in October, to reach agreement and promote a long-term, steady, effective and efficient cooperation.

The meeting discussed major obstacles and plans for the freight service, including a work plan for next year and a way to implement rules for cooperation.

In April, a collaboration agreement was signed by railway departments in seven countries involved in the operation of CR Express

, including China, Germany, Russia and Poland. The agreement aims to improve service and efficiency of the freight trains.

CR Express has 57 routes to and from 35 Chinese cities to and from 34 European cities in 12 countries, according to the company.

The collaboration not only involves countries, but also domestic stakehol

ders. In May, a committee consisting of 33 stakeholders of CR Express was launched. The committee, initiate

d by China Railway Corp, includes a number of companies operating the service as well as research institutes.

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