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Tom Cruise seen doing motorbike stunt on set of Mission Impossible 7 – NEWS.com.au

Tom Cruise pictured doing jaw-dropping stunt on set of Mission Impossible 7

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At 58, Tom Cruise has proven that age is just a number when it comes to high-risk stunt work.The actor, known for doing his own stunts, showed no sign of slowing down after he was filmed leaping from a speeding motorbike off a ramp.
The incredible photos of Cruise come from the set of the seventh instalment of the movie franchise Mission Impossible, shot last week at a former air base in Oxfordshire, UK.
After arriving on set in his face mask, he was quick to head 200m into the air, hurling hi…

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Coronavirus Australia live news: Daniel Andrews to speak as Melbourne’s case average drops to five – ABC News

The Victorian Premier is holding a press conference after the state recorded seven new coronavirus cases and no deaths in the past 24 hours. Follow live.

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Coronavirus closed outdoor markets. For some stallholders, the loss of community spirit – not business – was the hardest
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“I wanted to understand more about the cultural significance of markets and their makers, so I spoke with Dr Fabio Mattioli, an anthropologist at the University of Melbourne,” writes Thanh-Thy Tiffany Tran.
“For over a decade, Mattioli has been exploring the social and economic dynamics of cities, including the role of urban markets.”
“They are indeed a space…

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Asteroid samples escaping NASA spacecraft – The New Daily

A Nasa operation has collected so much material from the asteroid Bennu that a spacecraft’s robot arm is jammed open, and particles are being lost.

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A NASA spacecraft is stuffed with so much asteroid rubble that it’s jammed open and precious particles are drifting away in space.
The spacecraft Osiris-Rex briefly touched asteroid Bennu this week, NASA’s first attempt at such a mission.
The mission’s lead scientist, Dante Lauretta, said the operation collected far more material than expected – hundreds of grams – for taking back to Earth. However, the sample container on the end of the robot arm penetrated so deeply into the asteroid and with…

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AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson resume US coronavirus vaccine trials after health scares – 9News

AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine trials have been cleared to resume in the United States after separate health scares put them on hold.

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Property News: The couple building during COVID-19 restrictions – domain.com.au

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