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The 5 things you should know this February 3: The first Hispanic chief of NASA astronauts


A Latin American country has one of the best environmental results in the world. What you need to know about the 2023 Grammy Awards. Here's what you need to know to start your day. First the truth.

A Latin American country has one of the best environmental results in the world.

What you need to know about the 2023 Grammy Awards

 . Here's what you need to know to start your day.

First the truth.

1. The first Hispanic head of NASA astronauts

Joe Acabá, a decorated veteran of multiple space flights as well as a former US Marine and former educator, is the first person of Hispanic descent to lead the office, NASA confirmed.  

2. All about the referendum in Ecuador

Ecuadorian voters are preparing to go to the polls this February 5 to elect their provincial authorities, the members of the Citizen Participation Council and decide on the eight constitutional reform questions raised by President Guillermo Lasso.

What is required for the “yes” or “no” vote to win in the referendum in Ecuador?

  • The arguments for and against the referendum: what do two political actors who promote “yes” and “no” say?

Ecuador votes for the 2023 Referendum: this is what you should know 1:00

3. The Nicaraguan immigrant who died beheaded in the US.

The dreams of a recently married young Nicaraguan immigrant ended in a violent way.

Her husband is detained on suspicion of having taken her life in the home where they lived.

Who was the Nicaraguan beheaded three months after getting married?


4. This is the only tropical country that managed to reverse deforestation

Costa Rica is the only tropical country in the world that has managed to reverse deforestation.

And it did it in a relatively quick period.

That's how he did it.


5. The increased access of the US Army in the Philippines for a reason: China

In an attempt to counter China's might, the Philippines will provide the United States with expanded access to its military bases, the two countries said, which will serve US forces as a larger strategic base on the southeastern edge of the South China Sea. near Taiwan. 

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Grammy Awards 2023: performances, schedule and how to watch live on television and internet

The Grammys will take place this Sunday, February 5 in Los Angeles, California, and, in addition to the awards ceremony, we will be able to see live performances by some artists, as is the tradition year after year.

This is what you should know. 

An amateur prospector finds a stunning gold earring linked to Henry VIII

It was a find of such magnitude that the amateur prospector who discovered it was speechless, and the expert who unraveled its mysteries spent two years researching it.

In pictures, the winners of the 2022 International Dog Photography Contest

Professional, amateur and amateur photographers from various countries participated in the annual Dog Photography Awards, a contest that was born two years ago and that specializes in precisely that: taking impressive photos of these beautiful animals.

The best photos of the Dog Photography Awards 2022 contest 1:54

Is the end of unpaid account sharing on Netflix?

Everything indicates that this will be the case in 2023

Netflix is ​​clear: account sharing as we now know it (meaning simply giving your email and password to someone else to use your account) is a serious threat to the company.

Netflix: how much money does it lose from shared accounts?


Jessica Simpson Reveals Secret Romance With 'Big Movie Star'

Jessica Simpson released an original short story on Amazon titled "Movie Star: They Always Say They're Single."

The project describes an encounter Simpson says she had with an unidentified actor who "grew up thinking he was so attractive."

Jessica Simpson: Nothing and no one will steal my joy 1:16

the figure of the day


A 2007 first-generation iPhone is up for auction: expected to fetch $50,000.

quote of the day

"We confidently believe that this high-altitude surveillance balloon belongs to [the People's Republic of China]"

The Pentagon is tracking a high-altitude surveillance balloon over the continental United States.

A senior defense official said it is suspected to be a Chinese surveillance balloon.

And to finish...

The photograph of the unusual green comet that was visible for the first time in 50,000 years

The photographer Robert Fedez managed to capture a sidereal spectacle in the Riviera Maya, in the southeast of Mexico.

It is about the passage of comet C/2022 E3 (ZTF), better known as the "green comet", which approached Earth for the first time in 50,000 years.

Once-in-a-lifetime show: photographer captures the passage of the green comet 0:36

Source: cnnespanol

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