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“This is a sad morning here at and at NBC News,” Guthrie said. “I’m heartbroken for Matt. He is my dear, dear friend and my partner.”

Kotb noted, of Lauer, that she “loved him as a friend and as a colleague.” She added: “It’s hard to reconcile what we are hearing with the man who we know who walks in this building every single day.”

“Dealing with the news of our friend of 30 years, and we’re all trying to process it,” Al Roker . He added: “We’ll deal with it along with you folks, as well.”

It was striking, but also fitting. Morning shows, mixing as they do news segments and craft segments and food segments and fashion segments—and live-music performances, and hard-hitting interviews, and comically large goblets of —are sometimes criticized as vapid. In their self-conscious mix of content, though, they, more than any other news-show format, try to mimic life in all its dimensions: a little of the serious, a little of the silly. They promise whimsy. They promise sobriety. Mostly, though, they promise family. There are its hosts, together, day after day, starting the day—getting through the day—together. . . . First names. Big personalities. Small intimacies. News, yes, but not just news. Life. Fun. , the shows promise..

So while morning shows technically have “casts,” it’s the idea of the family that defines them in their content and their aesthetic. And the Today show gang, in particular, emphasized that idea. They drank their morningwine together. They dressed up in whimsical group costumes on Halloween. (Lauer, who has previously dressed as Jennifer Lopez, C. J. Parker from Baywatch , and Lucy Van Pelt from Peanuts , this year went as Dolly Parton. Guthrie, meanwhile—family, after all— GUESS Mitt 2 Leather Sneaker Footlocker Pictures Official For Sale Buy Cheap Fast Delivery Real JpzzsCJkp
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Except. In the space of less than two weeks, America’s morning-show landscape has lost not just one but two of its main members. First Charlie Rose —Charlie—on CBS This Morning . And now Matt. It’s the right kind of loss; it’s also an especially visible one, even, and especially, in its absence. So many of the firings and dismissals that have taken place as a result of the “Weinstein effect,” after all, have led to absences that have manifested, for the most part, behind the scenes: producers, directors, journalists. They have been people, as the writer Rebecca Traister pointed out , who have had a powerful effect on Hollywood, on Washington, on the media, on the American public’s sense of the world and its workings. But their removal hasn’t always been—this is how systems work—so starkly evident.

However, even with the impressive light-collecting power of the VLT, 2004 EW 95 was still difficult to observe. Though the object is 300 kilometres across, it is currently a colossal four billion kilometres from Earth, making gathering data from its dark, carbon-rich surface a demanding scientific challenge.

It’s like observing a giant mountain of coal against the pitch-black canvas of the night sky, ” says co-author Thomas Puzia from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.

Not only is 2004 EW 95 moving, it’s also very faint, ” adds Seccull. “ We had to use a pretty advanced data processing technique to get as much out of the data as possible.

Two features of the object’s spectra were particularly eye-catchingand corresponded to the presence of ferric oxides and phyllosilicates . The presence of these materials had never before been confirmed in a KBO, and they strongly suggest that 2004 EW 95 formed in the inner Solar System.

Seccull concludes: “ Given 2004 EW 95 ’s present-day abode in the icy outer reaches of the Solar System, this implies that it has been flung out into its present orbit by a migratory planet in the early days of the Solar System .”

While there have been previous reports of other ‘atypical’ Kuiper Belt Object spectra, none were confirmed to this level of quality ,” comments Olivier Hainaut, an ESO astronomer who was not part of the team. “ The discovery of a carbonaceous asteroid in the Kuiper Belt is a key verification of one of the fundamental predictions of dynamical models of the early Solar System.

[1] Current dynamical models of the evolution of the early Solar System, such as the grand tack hypothesis and the Nice model , predict that the giant planets migrated first inward and then outward, disrupting and scattering objects from the inner Solar System. As a consequence, a small percentage of rocky asteroids are expected to have been ejected into orbits in the Cheap 2018 New Discount Clearance Steve Madden Floral Sport Sneaker Shopping Online Original Factory Outlet Cheap Online 3Zdrc
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[2] Carbonaceous asteroids are those containing the element carbon or its various compounds. Carbonaceous — or C-type — asteroids can be identified by their dark surfaces, caused by the presence of carbon molecules.

[3] Other inner Solar System objects have previously been detected in the outer reaches of the Solar System , but this is the first carbonaceous asteroid to be found far from home in the Kuiper Belt.

This research was presented in a paper entitled “2004 EW 95 : A Phyllosilicate-bearing Carbonaceous Asteroid in the Kuiper Belt” by T. Seccull et al., which appeared in The Astrophysical Journal Letters .

The team was composed of Tom Seccull (Astrophysics Research Centre, Queen’s University Belfast, UK), Wesley C. Fraser (Astrophysics Research Centre, Queen’s University Belfast, UK) , Thomas H. Puzia (Institute of Astrophysics, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile), Michael E. Brown (Division of Geological and Planetary Sciences, California Institute of Technology, USA) and Frederik Schönebeck (Astronomisches Rechen-Institut, Zentrum für Astronomie der Universität Heidelberg, Germany).

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