News Headlines - 05 January 2016

Oil prices fall as weak China data, stronger dollar drag | Reuters

Oil prices fell on Tuesday on concerns about the pace of economic growth in China and a stronger U.S. dollar, handing back some of the gains triggered by an escalation of tensions in the Middle East.

Tim Peake sends ‘God save the Queen’ message from space - Portsmouth News

Tim Peake has become the first person to deliver a ‘God save the Queen’ message directly to the monarch from space.

Virgin Galactic to Unveil Next SpaceShipTwo in February - NBC News

The previous SpaceShipTwo crashed in 2014 after its "feathering" system was deployed prematurely, leaving one pilot dead and the other injured. The accident hasn't stopped Virgin Galactic from building rocket planes, which could one day ferry tourists into space.

Stunning Hubble image shows two galaxies merging | Fox News

The image, which was taken by Hubble’s Wide Field Planetary Camera 2, shows the galaxy NGC 6052, located around 230 million light-years away in the constellation of Hercules... The ESA explained that as the merging process continues, individual stars are thrown out of their original orbits and placed onto entirely new paths, some very distant from the region of the collision itself. The new galaxy, it added, will settle down into a stable shape, which may not resemble either of the two original galaxies.

Thousands of pink detergent bottles wash up on beach in Cornwall - Telegraph

Thousands of bright pink plastic bottles of detergent have washed up on a beach in Cornwall... The bottles could have come from a container that went overboard from a ship during the recent stormy weather.








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