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  • welcome to CNN 10 10 minute explanation of world and sometimes otherworldly events.

  • We strive to keep our news coverage objective, but my feelings about Friday's are not.

  • They're awesome.

  • And we've got some really interesting stories lined up for you this Friday, including something later that we've been meaning to do for a while.

  • It all starts now with a picture.

  • They say pictures are worth 1000 words.

  • These air said to have 1.8 billion pixels.

  • And while it looks like a high resolution image of a desert landscape, maybe in Utah it's actually the desert landscape of Mars taken from Mars.

  • NASA has several active missions there.

  • This panorama was captured by a rover named Curiosity.

  • It's the key part of a two and 1/2 $1,000,000,000 project to investigate the planet's environment.

  • What looks like one picture, according to NASA, is actually made up of 1200 individual images that were taken over several days.

  • Scientists could zoom in to see distant details.

  • For instance, the rim of the crater.

  • That curiosity is in pan left, and you can see another crater estimated to be three miles wide, an area that's rich and clay.

  • Unique features of the land, a cliff.

  • It's all visible here, and from the details we can see of the curiosity Rover itself, a sun dial is there to indicate what time of the Sol it is.

  • Scientists called Days on Mars Saul's.

  • Each one's about 39 a half minutes longer than each Earth day.

  • You can also see that tracks there, over made through the Martian dirt, is it ambled along the planet's surface.

  • The photos were taken around the time of last Thanksgiving, while NASA's employees were off enjoying turkey.

  • The organization made curiosity work.

  • That is to say, it gave the rover the command to take lots of pictures that could be stitched together to complete the panorama back on Earth.

  • Another campaign has been suspended among the Democrats seeking their party's nomination for president.

  • Yesterday, U.

  • S Senator Elizabeth Warren, from Massachusetts, dropped out of the race.

  • Though she was once considered a front runner for the Democratic nomination.

  • Warren didn't win any of the states that have held primaries or caucuses so far.

  • Her decision leaves three Democrats still seeking the nomination.

  • Former Vice President Joe Biden, US representative Tulsi Gabbard from Hawaii and US Senator Bernie Sanders from Vermont.

  • That Group of three has been reduced from a total of 28 Democrats who were running at some point.

  • On the Republican side, there were a total of four candidates, including incumbent President Donald Trump, but only two remain, and the president has dominated all of the Republican contest that have been held.

  • The next big date on the primary calendar is next Tuesday, March 10th 6 states will be holding Democratic primaries.

  • Five of them will hold Republican primaries.

  • Whoever wins the most delegates in all of these ongoing contests is likely to become his or her party's nominee for president.

  • 12th Trivia.

  • How many U.

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  • States have names with only one syllable, 1 to 4 or seven Insert.

  • The pine tree state of Maine is the only state with one syllable, and it's in that state that Linda Dowdy found her life's calling.

  • She helps rehabilitate one of the most common marine mammals along the U.

  • S.

  • East coast.

  • The harbour seal.

  • Here's why Daddy's a CNN hero.

  • Though she worked with a number of conservation groups in the past, many of them kept having to close down because they lost funding.

  • So dowdy started her own.

  • And today we're spending a few minutes with marine mammals of Maine growing up on the coast of Maine, of exposed to re mammals and wildlife and generals.

  • Since our local areas really surrounded by water, you do a lot of things on the ocean.

  • It see seals doing their thing.

  • And I just remember being so amazed what I love about seals.

  • If they really look similar to dogs and they also really charismatic, it's really need to see them in their natural environment.

  • And they're very curious.

  • In general, these animals are special to me, so I ended up becoming a marine biologist.

  • Theo, I would say the biggest threat to these animals is human impacts.

  • Way may have an animal that may have been entangled or hit by a boat are injured from our prop wound.

  • With the increase in the human activity on beaches, these animals don't get time to rest and regain their energy.

  • Taking selfies with seals can actually cause a lot of stress and harm for that animal.

  • When harbour seal pups are born, they stay with their mom for about four weeks Mom usually goes off to forage for food and then come back again.

  • If there's any human involvement, there's people that are around that pub or pick up and move that pup.

  • The mom may not come back.

  • One set of Benjamin occurs that seal pup is not gonna survive over the years Mon profits and state agencies for marine mammal response and rest.

  • You either close down or lost funding.

  • That's where I decided we're gonna help.

  • Good morning to think before our organization runs a 24 hour reporting hotline for marine mammals.

  • Training's one before is currently the one that's upside down.

  • We cover approximately 2500 miles along the coast of Maine.

  • Most of the animals that we respond Thio is about 90% seals way only intervene if needed.

  • When an animal comes into our center, we usually take blood, start an I V and get a whole kind of diagnostics of what the animals dealing with and then come up with a medical plan.

  • So he's on blue there before today to try to break up some of this pneumonia that he has.

  • We can provide long term care for four animals at a time.

  • Been now, 20 years that I've been doing this, which seems like I just started yesterday.

  • Oh, and the feeling has not changed me.

  • I love it now more than ever.

  • I can't imagine there not being a place in the state of Maine for these animals have a chance to be cared for.

  • And I will do that.

  • As long is, I can So one of many things I never saw coming when I started anchoring where the means that you guys would make My staff has picked out a few of them, mostly from Twitter.

  • And I'm gonna tell you what I think.

  • So here we go.

  • What's Carl thinking about?

  • He's probably a little concerned about the means we're going to show you.

  • And that would be why why am I dressed like Mr Peanut?

  • I need to keep an eye out for Monica.

  • Like that one.

  • Oh, my.

  • Hey, this looks like Mario is delivering your pizza.

  • Hey, guys.

  • Wheat pepperoni.

  • Need more food buns.

  • Wow, This one is awesome.

  • I should probably say it rules.

  • What else we got?

  • Yeah, baby pund Ian and Jones.

  • Check it.

  • It's kind of like Raiders of the lost door.

  • Oh, I remember this one.

  • I think the person who tweeted it asked who wore it best.

  • I totally think I did.

  • That's not a knock on Timberlake.

  • It's just that I didn't need it to be the nineties to rock that sweet turtleneck.

  • No.

  • Okay, I've actually seen this one too.

  • This is truly a work of art.

  • I think they ought to name it.

  • Mon Azusa, I gotta say, that was pretty name of you.

  • I wonder if those were made by mean girls or buy me machines.

  • Maybe they were manufactured on mean streets.

  • I could say this maims war, but I don't have the means to fight back.

  • So by all means, if you find meaning and making names of MIM or someone else, there's probably something red meaning in all of them of car lasers.

  • We're going back to Maine before we leave to say hello to Brunswick Junior High School.

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