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Early Bird: On Mars in six years. Tina Turner about love. The CNB issued a commemorative coin

Linda Veselá
02.Dec 2020
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According to Elon Musk, people could be walking on Mars in six years. The Czech National Bank issued a unique commemorative coin and Tina Turner spoke about what her husband had taught her.

The CNB issued a commemorative coin

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Mince
MinceSource: ČNB

The Czech National Bank issued a unique commemorative silver 200-crown coin to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the birth of Adolf Loose. The world-renowned Loos is one of the most respected pre-war modern architects, famous for its Müller Villa in Prague, the multifunctional house in Vienna Goldman & Salatsch and the Bauer Chateau in Brno.

"The commemorative 200-crown coin, stamped from an alloy containing 925 parts of silver and 75 parts of copper, has a diameter of 31 mm and a weight of 13 grams. It is issued in duplicate - in standard and top quality,"

CNB spokeswoman Markéta Fišerová described. 5,600 pieces will be available in standard quality, and another 10,700 pieces in top quality. The author of the design is the medalist Asamat Baltaev.

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Record number of victims

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Žena s rouškouSource: Pixabay.com/Juraj Varga

Several countries have seen a record number of coronavirus victims. In Turkey, for example, 190 people have died of the disease in the last 24 hours, the most since the beginning of the epidemic. Many deaths have also been reported in Italy, where the disease claimed 785 victims yesterday. The numbers of infected people in both countries are also alarming: yesterday, there were more than 30,000 new cases in Turkey, and 19,000 in Italy.

There could be people on Mars in a few years

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Elon Musk
Elon MuskSource: Profimedia

Elon Musk claimed Space X plans to bring humans to Mars within six years. If all goes well, maybe even four.

Musk is "highly confident" of the time frame, and he also believes it will be the SpaceX that lands humans on Mars. The key to achieving his Mars goals is SpaceX’s development of its Starship rocket: The stainless steel vehicle that the company is developing with the goal of launching cargo and as many as 100 people at a time.

Prague to become a smart city

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Žena nabíjí elektromobilSource: freepik.com/photos/car

Recharging infrastructure for electric cars, smart waste collection, energy savings in the capital's facilities or transport measures. All that is in store for Praguers in the coming years! The Prague City Council has approved the Smart Prague 2030 action plan, which is based on the use of state-of-the-art technologies to transform the metropolis into a more pleasant place to live. The projects builds on information obtained through the data platform Golemio.

Tina Turner talked about love

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Tina Turner s manželem
Tina Turner s manželemSource: Profimedia

Despite the fact that the legendary rock diva has recently celebrated her 81st birthday, she looks as splendid as ever. And it's partly due to having someone special in her life. In her book "Happiness Becomes You: A Guide to Changing Your Life for Good", she gives credit to her husband, to whom she's been married for seven years, music producer Erwin Bach. The singer claims he taught her to "love without giving up who I am."

"He has shown me that true love doesn't require dimming of my light, so that his could shine. On the contrary, we are the light of each other's lives, and we want to shine as bright as we can, together."

A million new galaxies

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Pohled do VesmíruSource: freepik.com/photos/background

Australian scientists have discovered a million new galaxies while mapping the universe. They placed a very powerful telescope in the desert and, as they say, created a "new atlas of the universe" in record time. The telescopes have mapped three million galaxies in about 300 hours, a task that would have taken as many as ten years before.

And that's all from us for today. We wish you a relaxing day and, as Albert Einstein said,

"There are thousands of ways to kill time, but none to resurrect it."

So don't waste a moment today!

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