Mars rocks collected by Perseverance boost case for ancient life

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  NASA's Perseverance Mars rover has now collected two rock samples, with signs that they were in contact with water for a long period of time boosting the case for ancient life on the Red Planet. "It looks like our first rocks reveal a potentially habitable sustained environment," said Ken Farley, project scientist for the mission, in a statement Friday. "It's a big deal that the water was there for a long time." The six-wheeled robot collected its first sample, dubbed "Montdenier" on September 6, and its second, "Montagnac" from the same  rock  on September 8. Both samples, slightly wider than a pencil in diameter and about six centimeters long, are now stored in sealed tubes in the rover's interior. ALSO, READ- India's first Paralympic Gold in shooting won by Avani Lekhara A first attempt at collecting a  sample  in early August failed after the rock proved too crumbly to withstand Perseverance's drill. The rover has been o

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 Israel Palestine issue





The Hamas run Palestinian wellbeing service in Gaza said 20 individuals, including kids, had kicked the bucket in the strikes 


In Jerusalem, the rocket fire made Israel's parliament be cleared as alarms sounded Tensions among Israel and the Palestinians spiraled lately Gaza's Hamas rulers had taken steps to strike after many Palestinians were harmed in conflicts with Israeli police in Jerusalem on Monday 



Israel said it had slaughtered in any event three Hamas assailants "We have begun, and I rehash began, to assault military focuses in Gaza," Israeli military representative Lt Col Jonathan Conricus told journalists 


Hamas sources told the BBC a commandant of the Izzedine al Qassam Brigades, Mohammed Abdullah Fayyad, had been killed the previous few days have seen the most exceedingly awful brutality in Jerusalem for quite a long time, with in excess of 300 Palestinians injured in showdowns with Israeli police outside the Al Aqsa mosque on Monday. 


An arranged walk by Israeli patriots which was because of pass-through Muslim spaces of East Jerusalem's Old City was brought off over feelings of dread it could stir up turmoil. The Jerusalem Day occasion denotes Israel's catch of East Jerusalem home to the Old City and its blessed locales in 1967 and as a rule sees many banner-waving Israeli youths clear their path through the Muslim Quarter by means of Damascus Gate, reciting and singing enthusiastic melodies It is viewed by numerous Palestinians as a purposeful incitement. This year's walk would likewise have occurred in the last days of the Islamic sacred month of Ramadan.


WHAT HAPPENED AT THE AL AQSA MOSQUE? 



Israel's police power said a large number of Palestinians had blockaded themselves in the structure for the time being with stones and Molotov mixed drinks fully expecting an encounter during the Jerusalem Day Flag March, which was booked to begin. Video posted via online media showed swarms running for cover and a portion of the daze explosive canisters arriving inside the mosque. 


The Palestinian Red Crescent said 305 Palestinians had been harmed in the conflicts, and that 228 had been taken to the emergency clinic for treatment Seven of them are in a basic condition. The Israeli police power said 21 officials had been harmed and that three had required emergency clinic treatment. 


Mr. Netanyahu protected the police "This is a fight among resistance and narrow mindedness, between uncivilized savagery and request," he said Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas censured the Israeli activities. 


"The Israeli occupation powers' merciless raging and attack on admirers in the favored Al Aqsa Mosque and its patios is another test to the worldwide local area," representative Nabil Abu Rudeineh said The Quartet of Middle East moderators the US, the EU, Russia, and the UN has also communicated profound worry over the brutality, encouraging all sides to show restriction.

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