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The UK is set to start regulating commercial space travel from today, as an increasing number of companies look to capitalise on the race to the stars.

Before appointing its first-ever space travel regulator, the UK Civil Aviation Authority (UK CAA), the UK’s legal framework surrounding commercial space travel appeared a relic of the Cold War era.

“The legal framework governing outer space was promulgated in the midst of the Cold War, in a tense political climate and in an age when the peaceful and common use of outer space was the most important motivation,” partner at law firm Mayer Brown, Rachael O’Grady, told City A.M.

Space travel was previously a venture only possible for states themselves, with entire economies as backing – but the recent embarkments from Richard Branson, Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk have proven that it is increasingly the realm of corporate giants.

“Now, private entities are the principal users of outer space,” she added, “A far cry from the 1960s when it was only accessible to governments and state entities.”

O’Grady explained that although such private missions have been so far successful, there had been a lack of regulation to account for the wildly different corporate environment of the 21st century.

Space marketing

“The lack of up-to-date regulation here not only poses a problem for those seeking to commercially exploit space, and those seeking to prevent such commercialisation in the absence of proper regulation but it also means that other issues such as space waste and the deterioration of the outer-space environment, are becoming an increasingly worrying inevitability,” she said.

There have been attempts to correct this, however, particularly by larger economies like the US and the UK.

But the UK’s legislation had until today left it to the goodwill of commercial companies, like Scottish rocket builder Skyrora who pledged earlier this year to tackle space debris from 2023.

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“Efforts by some space-faring nations, particularly richer countries, have seen the adoption of legislation that grants legal rights to their own nationals in outer space,” O’Grady added.

“For example, under US law, private operators who extract resources from the moon, or asteroids, will legally own those findings. The international legality of such laws is highly questionable. They have potential echoes of “finders, keepers” or, even, piracy.”

The UK has now outlined new regulations, angled towards science, which will see it become the first country in Europe with the ability to launch spacecraft and satellites from its soil.

Safety incidents involving space flights in or over the UK will be investigated by the Air Accidents Investigation Branch, the body which already examines aviation accidents.

Though regulation has finally been updated to fit a new era, the framework is still in its early stages and will inevitably require more work.

Policy evolution

Government affairs lead at Skyrora, Alan Thompson, told City A.M.: “These regulations have been developed over the last two years and have experienced extensive industry consultation over a period of four months to take into account the UK space sectors commercial launch activities.”

While commercial space launch activities have been discussed in a few elements of these first stages of spaceflight regulation, the framework focuses on Earth observation launches and telecommunication satellites, Thompson explained.

Hedgies in High Court bid to force up Inmarsat takeover price

This is due in part to the UK’s current focus on jumping into the satellite market for scientific purposes rather than commercial, with human spaceflight still “a few years off” being a regular occurrence in the country.

“That said, these regulations will allow for evolution and refinement which could cater for human spaceflight in the future.

“It is not about simply putting a man into space but highlighting to UK authorities and the public that investment into the space sector can have real benefits to our economy for years to come,” he said.

UK space travel regulations are also yet to address foreign investments in the commercial sphere, which could usher in another league into the space race.

While eyeing the environmental benefits ahead of the UN’s COP26 in November – which the UK will host – the government could use the flagship climate conference to boast its new post-Brexit selling point to the 51 attending countries.

“The UK is looking to establish itself as an environmental launch hub and so we hope this unique selling point may become attractive for foreign investors in the future,” Thompson added.

Much like all UK space firms, Skyrora is set to increase its engagement with the legislative process, to ensure these regulations are “fit for purpose”.

“Working with the spaceflight regulator, we have ensured the legal framework is robust and covers the vast majority of regulatory conditions for commercial space launch activities.”

But while the UK has updated its domestic policy, the rest of the world – including economic and commercial heavyweight the US – lags behind, leaving the sector open to companies who could wrongfully exploit it.



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The UK is set to start regulating commercial space travel from today, as an increasing number of companies look to capitalise on the race to the stars.

Before appointing its first-ever space travel regulator, the UK Civil Aviation Authority (UK CAA), the UK’s legal framework surrounding commercial space travel appeared a relic of the Cold War era.

“The legal framework governing outer space was promulgated in the midst of the Cold War, in a tense political climate and in an age when the peaceful and common use of outer space was the most important motivation,” partner at law firm Mayer Brown, Rachael O’Grady, told City A.M.

Space travel was previously a venture only possible for states themselves, with entire economies as backing – but the recent embarkments from Richard Branson, Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk have proven that it is increasingly the realm of corporate giants.

“Now, private entities are the principal users of outer space,” she added, “A far cry from the 1960s when it was only accessible to governments and state entities.”

O’Grady explained that although such private missions have been so far successful, there had been a lack of regulation to account for the wildly different corporate environment of the 21st century.

Space marketing

“The lack of up-to-date regulation here not only poses a problem for those seeking to commercially exploit space, and those seeking to prevent such commercialisation in the absence of proper regulation but it also means that other issues such as space waste and the deterioration of the outer-space environment, are becoming an increasingly worrying inevitability,” she said.

There have been attempts to correct this, however, particularly by larger economies like the US and the UK.

But the UK’s legislation had until today left it to the goodwill of commercial companies, like Scottish rocket builder Skyrora who pledged earlier this year to tackle space debris from 2023.

oneweb-government-satellites-softbank

“Efforts by some space-faring nations, particularly richer countries, have seen the adoption of legislation that grants legal rights to their own nationals in outer space,” O’Grady added.

“For example, under US law, private operators who extract resources from the moon, or asteroids, will legally own those findings. The international legality of such laws is highly questionable. They have potential echoes of “finders, keepers” or, even, piracy.”

The UK has now outlined new regulations, angled towards science, which will see it become the first country in Europe with the ability to launch spacecraft and satellites from its soil.

Safety incidents involving space flights in or over the UK will be investigated by the Air Accidents Investigation Branch, the body which already examines aviation accidents.

Though regulation has finally been updated to fit a new era, the framework is still in its early stages and will inevitably require more work.

Policy evolution

Government affairs lead at Skyrora, Alan Thompson, told City A.M.: “These regulations have been developed over the last two years and have experienced extensive industry consultation over a period of four months to take into account the UK space sectors commercial launch activities.”

While commercial space launch activities have been discussed in a few elements of these first stages of spaceflight regulation, the framework focuses on Earth observation launches and telecommunication satellites, Thompson explained.

Hedgies in High Court bid to force up Inmarsat takeover price

This is due in part to the UK’s current focus on jumping into the satellite market for scientific purposes rather than commercial, with human spaceflight still “a few years off” being a regular occurrence in the country.

“That said, these regulations will allow for evolution and refinement which could cater for human spaceflight in the future.

“It is not about simply putting a man into space but highlighting to UK authorities and the public that investment into the space sector can have real benefits to our economy for years to come,” he said.

UK space travel regulations are also yet to address foreign investments in the commercial sphere, which could usher in another league into the space race.

While eyeing the environmental benefits ahead of the UN’s COP26 in November – which the UK will host – the government could use the flagship climate conference to boast its new post-Brexit selling point to the 51 attending countries.

“The UK is looking to establish itself as an environmental launch hub and so we hope this unique selling point may become attractive for foreign investors in the future,” Thompson added.

Much like all UK space firms, Skyrora is set to increase its engagement with the legislative process, to ensure these regulations are “fit for purpose”.

“Working with the spaceflight regulator, we have ensured the legal framework is robust and covers the vast majority of regulatory conditions for commercial space launch activities.”

But while the UK has updated its domestic policy, the rest of the world – including economic and commercial heavyweight the US – lags behind, leaving the sector open to companies who could wrongfully exploit it.



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Huawei marks another page in its history, today with the official launch of its smartphone with its own operating system. The Huawei P50 and P50 Pro arrive with HarmonyOS and still have another new feature. The Kirin processor, although not completely abandoned, gives way to the Snapdragon 888.

The smartphone was presented only for the Chinese market and it is not yet certain if it will be released for the international market. The event should only be at the end of the year.

Huawei, after a troubled period in the smartphone segment by restrictions imposed by Google, seems to have found its way. With its own app store, with maps, chat services, cloud, and much more, it manages to have a wide range of software to respond to the biggest absence noticed by users: Google and its services.

In addition to this, it created its own operating system that gives life to smartphones that present themselves as one of the best in terms of hardware on the market.

The new Huawei P50 and P50 Pro have just been announced in China and the truth is that it is not known what the future of the company will be in the international market. As these new models are limited to 4G (in the 5G era), it is likely that they will be launched outside China later this year, but there is no certainty.

The new Huawei P50 and P50 Pro with HarmonyOS

The new smartphones debut their new operating system, HarmonyOS 2.0. The most curious thing about these models is the fact that they both come in two versions limited to 4G. Specifically, they will be available with the Kirin 9000 processor and Qualcomm 888 4G. Earlier rumors hinted at this possibility as a way to respond to the worldwide shortage of chips.

Additionally, in both cases there will be 8 GB RAM and 128 GB or 512 GB internal storage versions.

The P50's screen is 6.5″ with a resolution of 2700 x 1224 pixels and a refresh rate of 90Hz. The P50 Pro has a 6.6″ screen also with FullHD+ resolution and 120Hz refresh rate.

The cameras will be the main highlight of these models, as all other specifications are quite commonplace in the segment. The front camera is both 13MP with f/2.4 aperture, piercing the screen in the center.

The main camera of the two smartphones is 50 MP (f/1.8, OIS, PDAF) and the ultra wide angle is 13MP f/2.2. In the P50 model there is also a 12MP f/3.4 telephoto camera, the first periscope in a non-Pro model, capable of zooming up to 5X and there is also a 2MP blur effect.

The P50 Pro is then the most relevant model in this field as it features a 64MP f/3.5 periscope camera capable of optical zooming up to 3.5x and digital zooming up to 100 times. Additionally, there is a 40 MP monochrome camera. The Pro model also has an XD Fusion Pro system capable of substantially improving an image based on the captured light. Both do video recording at 4K and strangely don't go to 8K.

In terms of battery they have a 4100 mAh battery for the P50 and another 4360 for the Pro version, both with fast charging at 65W wired and 50W wirelessly.

They are IP68 certified for water and dust resistance and have stereo sound reproduction.

Regarding availability in China, smartphones will go on pre-sale tomorrow, starting to ship on August 12th. Prices for the Pro version start at CNY 6,000 (about €780) and the P50 version at CNY 4,500 (about €590).

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Huawei marks another page in its history, today with the official launch of its smartphone with its own operating system. The Huawei P50 and P50 Pro arrive with HarmonyOS and still have another new feature. The Kirin processor, although not completely abandoned, gives way to the Snapdragon 888.

The smartphone was presented only for the Chinese market and it is not yet certain if it will be released for the international market. The event should only be at the end of the year.

Huawei, after a troubled period in the smartphone segment by restrictions imposed by Google, seems to have found its way. With its own app store, with maps, chat services, cloud, and much more, it manages to have a wide range of software to respond to the biggest absence noticed by users: Google and its services.

In addition to this, it created its own operating system that gives life to smartphones that present themselves as one of the best in terms of hardware on the market.

The new Huawei P50 and P50 Pro have just been announced in China and the truth is that it is not known what the future of the company will be in the international market. As these new models are limited to 4G (in the 5G era), it is likely that they will be launched outside China later this year, but there is no certainty.

The new Huawei P50 and P50 Pro with HarmonyOS

The new smartphones debut their new operating system, HarmonyOS 2.0. The most curious thing about these models is the fact that they both come in two versions limited to 4G. Specifically, they will be available with the Kirin 9000 processor and Qualcomm 888 4G. Earlier rumors hinted at this possibility as a way to respond to the worldwide shortage of chips.

Additionally, in both cases there will be 8 GB RAM and 128 GB or 512 GB internal storage versions.

The P50's screen is 6.5″ with a resolution of 2700 x 1224 pixels and a refresh rate of 90Hz. The P50 Pro has a 6.6″ screen also with FullHD+ resolution and 120Hz refresh rate.

The cameras will be the main highlight of these models, as all other specifications are quite commonplace in the segment. The front camera is both 13MP with f/2.4 aperture, piercing the screen in the center.

The main camera of the two smartphones is 50 MP (f/1.8, OIS, PDAF) and the ultra wide angle is 13MP f/2.2. In the P50 model there is also a 12MP f/3.4 telephoto camera, the first periscope in a non-Pro model, capable of zooming up to 5X and there is also a 2MP blur effect.

The P50 Pro is then the most relevant model in this field as it features a 64MP f/3.5 periscope camera capable of optical zooming up to 3.5x and digital zooming up to 100 times. Additionally, there is a 40 MP monochrome camera. The Pro model also has an XD Fusion Pro system capable of substantially improving an image based on the captured light. Both do video recording at 4K and strangely don't go to 8K.

In terms of battery they have a 4100 mAh battery for the P50 and another 4360 for the Pro version, both with fast charging at 65W wired and 50W wirelessly.

They are IP68 certified for water and dust resistance and have stereo sound reproduction.

Regarding availability in China, smartphones will go on pre-sale tomorrow, starting to ship on August 12th. Prices for the Pro version start at CNY 6,000 (about €780) and the P50 version at CNY 4,500 (about €590).

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1627593495) } [2]=> array(14) { ["title"]=> string(79) "five-year agreement with Cruise Saudi for preferential docking rights in Jeddah" ["link"]=> string(99) "https://movs.world/five-year-agreement-with-cruise-saudi-for-preferential-docking-rights-in-jeddah/" ["comments"]=> string(107) "https://movs.world/five-year-agreement-with-cruise-saudi-for-preferential-docking-rights-in-jeddah/#respond" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Susan Hally" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Thu, 29 Jul 2021 21:17:23 +0000" ["category"]=> string(159) "MagazineagreementcruiseCruise SaudiDockingFawaz FarooquifiveyearGeddaGorgeousJeddahMagnificentMark RobinsonMscPierfrancesco VagopreferentialrightsSaudivirtuous" ["guid"]=> string(99) "https://movs.world/five-year-agreement-with-cruise-saudi-for-preferential-docking-rights-in-jeddah/" ["description"]=> string(341) "Pierfrancesco Vago and Fawaz Farooqui, managing director of Cruise Saudi, during the Jeddah event MSC pushes on the Red Sea and the Arabian Gulf, entering into a five-year agreement with Cruise Saudi, for preferential docking rights in the port of Jeddah. The announcement was made in the Saudi airport itself, on the occasion of the …" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(2791) "

Pierfrancesco Vago and Fawaz Farooqui, managing director of Cruise Saudi, during the Jeddah event

MSC pushes on the Red Sea and the Arabian Gulf, entering into a five-year agreement with Cruise Saudi, for preferential docking rights in the port of Jeddah. The announcement was made in the Saudi airport itself, on the occasion of the celebration for the opening of the new passenger terminal on board Gorgeous. In fact, the unit set sail for its inaugural season on the Red Sea, which includes three and four night cruises to Egypt and Jordan, until the end of October.
“This is a historic day for all of us – underlined the executive president of Msc Cruises, Pierfrancesco Vago -. The Bellissima has indeed set sail from the new terminal in Jeddah, marking a new beginning for cruises in Saudi Arabia and, more generally, for its growing tourism industry. Thanks to this agreement, we will work together with Cruise Saudi to grow and develop sustainable tourism in Saudi Arabia, in line with our strategy and our objectives ”.

To the summer cruises of the Bellissima, there will be added those already planned for the winter 2021/22 in the Red Sea both of the Magnificent, always departing from Jeddah starting from November, both of the Virtuous, which will have home port in Dubai but will also make a stopover during its itinerary in the Saudi city of Dammam

“Cruise Saudi aims to create 50,000 jobs by 2025, facilitating the construction of five more ports, with Jeddah as homeport, as well as welcome 1.5 million annual passenger visits by 2028 – added Cruise Saudi’s chief operations & commercial officer, Mark Robinson -. This is an ambitious goal, which will play an important role in the path of strengthening the tourism industry in Saudi Arabia: a vision that we would not be able to achieve were it not for our business partners such as MSC “.

.

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Pierfrancesco Vago and Fawaz Farooqui, managing director of Cruise Saudi, during the Jeddah event

MSC pushes on the Red Sea and the Arabian Gulf, entering into a five-year agreement with Cruise Saudi, for preferential docking rights in the port of Jeddah. The announcement was made in the Saudi airport itself, on the occasion of the celebration for the opening of the new passenger terminal on board Gorgeous. In fact, the unit set sail for its inaugural season on the Red Sea, which includes three and four night cruises to Egypt and Jordan, until the end of October.
“This is a historic day for all of us – underlined the executive president of Msc Cruises, Pierfrancesco Vago -. The Bellissima has indeed set sail from the new terminal in Jeddah, marking a new beginning for cruises in Saudi Arabia and, more generally, for its growing tourism industry. Thanks to this agreement, we will work together with Cruise Saudi to grow and develop sustainable tourism in Saudi Arabia, in line with our strategy and our objectives ”.

To the summer cruises of the Bellissima, there will be added those already planned for the winter 2021/22 in the Red Sea both of the Magnificent, always departing from Jeddah starting from November, both of the Virtuous, which will have home port in Dubai but will also make a stopover during its itinerary in the Saudi city of Dammam

“Cruise Saudi aims to create 50,000 jobs by 2025, facilitating the construction of five more ports, with Jeddah as homeport, as well as welcome 1.5 million annual passenger visits by 2028 – added Cruise Saudi’s chief operations & commercial officer, Mark Robinson -. This is an ambitious goal, which will play an important role in the path of strengthening the tourism industry in Saudi Arabia: a vision that we would not be able to achieve were it not for our business partners such as MSC “.

.

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We break down the 12 best roles he has played, in our opinion, Michael Fassbender, who is back in full swing due to the recent premiere of Assassin’s Creed, adaptation of the world-famous video game that many are eager to see as soon as possible.

Born in Germany but also of Irish origin, he is one of the most sought-after and valued actors of the moment despite being only 39 years old. Michael Fassbender turns almost everything he touches to gold.

In IGN Spain We have been very attentive from the beginning to everything related to the project of Assassin’s Creed. We were in Almería in the middle of filming, where we chat with Fassbender himself. Months later we went to Seville to see part of the footage and interview to the spanish actors. We have also shown you criticism of the film, in addition to a comparative report between the video game and its adaptation to the big screen.

Let’s go with it. What is your favorite Michael Fassbender role? Anyone that will mark you especially? You can freely leave, as always, your comments at the bottom.

Shame

In Shame we followed the crazy and at the same time chaotic life of a sex addict who showed risque scenes and a frontal nude shot for which many still remember the actor. Fassbender was nominated for a Golden Globe for her and it must be remembered that it was directed by Steve McQueen in what was the second film, at that time, by the director. The presence of the tender Carey Mulligan gave strength to the story as the sister of the young protagonist, named Brandon Sullivan (Fassbender). They both (Fassbender and Mulligan) were great.

Assassin’s Creed

The new film, adaptation of the namesake and famous video game, leaves us with a great Michael Fassbender as an actor (who has also taken on the complicated challenge of producing it). Here you can read the review of the film WITHOUT spoilers and of course give an opinion if you agree with it or not. Fassbender is one of the best of it in his double role as Callum Lynch and Aguilar de Nerja, in a double character.

Prometheus

We will finally see Fassbender again (apparently twice) in the highly anticipated Ridley Scott film: Alient Covenant but before that he appeared with his same beautiful android character in the film that will act as a prequel: Prometheus. Many expectations and a lot of fear to see what happens in this futuristic saga.

Magneto from the X-Men saga

For 99% of human moviegoers or X Men fans, there is no need to introduce or explain that Michael Fassbender has had the privilege and at the same time the challenge of being a young Magneto in several of the films of the famous mutant franchise Fox. It has, so far X Men First generation (2001), X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014) and X-Men: Apocalipsis (2016). He has been one of the actors who has best known how to give life on screen to his complex character and one of the most vindicable of the entire saga.


On the following pages there are still several great Michael Fassbender roles to discover.

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We break down the 12 best roles he has played, in our opinion, Michael Fassbender, who is back in full swing due to the recent premiere of Assassin’s Creed, adaptation of the world-famous video game that many are eager to see as soon as possible.

Born in Germany but also of Irish origin, he is one of the most sought-after and valued actors of the moment despite being only 39 years old. Michael Fassbender turns almost everything he touches to gold.

In IGN Spain We have been very attentive from the beginning to everything related to the project of Assassin’s Creed. We were in Almería in the middle of filming, where we chat with Fassbender himself. Months later we went to Seville to see part of the footage and interview to the spanish actors. We have also shown you criticism of the film, in addition to a comparative report between the video game and its adaptation to the big screen.

Let’s go with it. What is your favorite Michael Fassbender role? Anyone that will mark you especially? You can freely leave, as always, your comments at the bottom.

Shame

In Shame we followed the crazy and at the same time chaotic life of a sex addict who showed risque scenes and a frontal nude shot for which many still remember the actor. Fassbender was nominated for a Golden Globe for her and it must be remembered that it was directed by Steve McQueen in what was the second film, at that time, by the director. The presence of the tender Carey Mulligan gave strength to the story as the sister of the young protagonist, named Brandon Sullivan (Fassbender). They both (Fassbender and Mulligan) were great.

Assassin’s Creed

The new film, adaptation of the namesake and famous video game, leaves us with a great Michael Fassbender as an actor (who has also taken on the complicated challenge of producing it). Here you can read the review of the film WITHOUT spoilers and of course give an opinion if you agree with it or not. Fassbender is one of the best of it in his double role as Callum Lynch and Aguilar de Nerja, in a double character.

Prometheus

We will finally see Fassbender again (apparently twice) in the highly anticipated Ridley Scott film: Alient Covenant but before that he appeared with his same beautiful android character in the film that will act as a prequel: Prometheus. Many expectations and a lot of fear to see what happens in this futuristic saga.

Magneto from the X-Men saga

For 99% of human moviegoers or X Men fans, there is no need to introduce or explain that Michael Fassbender has had the privilege and at the same time the challenge of being a young Magneto in several of the films of the famous mutant franchise Fox. It has, so far X Men First generation (2001), X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014) and X-Men: Apocalipsis (2016). He has been one of the actors who has best known how to give life on screen to his complex character and one of the most vindicable of the entire saga.


On the following pages there are still several great Michael Fassbender roles to discover.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1627593291) } [4]=> array(14) { ["title"]=> string(70) "Elon Musk reveals the heart of SpaceX’s Starship Super Heavy booster" ["link"]=> string(87) "https://movs.world/elon-musk-reveals-the-heart-of-spacexs-starship-super-heavy-booster/" ["comments"]=> string(95) "https://movs.world/elon-musk-reveals-the-heart-of-spacexs-starship-super-heavy-booster/#respond" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Susan Hally" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Thu, 29 Jul 2021 21:01:24 +0000" ["category"]=> string(57) "SpaceBoosterElonheartheavyMuskrevealsSpaceXsStarshipsuper" ["guid"]=> string(87) "https://movs.world/elon-musk-reveals-the-heart-of-spacexs-starship-super-heavy-booster/" ["description"]=> string(328) "CEO Elon Musk has revealed the first glimpse of the most complex, important, and unproven part of Starship’s record-breaking Super Heavy booster. Known as the engine section, the aft end of Super Heavy is likely where the fate of early booster prototypes will lie. For the most part, Super Heavy is just a colossal duo …" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(5379) "

CEO Elon Musk has revealed the first glimpse of the most complex, important, and unproven part of Starship’s record-breaking Super Heavy booster.

Known as the engine section, the aft end of Super Heavy is likely where the fate of early booster prototypes will lie. For the most part, Super Heavy is just a colossal duo of steel propellant tanks that is – to an extent – even simpler than its smaller Starship upper stage, which needs two types of Raptor engines, flaps, a bevy of maneuvering thrusters, and more. However, at the booster’s base, SpaceX must design, fabricate, and assemble a nightmarishly crowded and complex mechanical structure capable of mounting, fueling, and powering anywhere from 29 to 33 Raptor engines.

Simultaneously, that structure and all associated plumbing must withstand the force and pressure of more than 2000 metric tons of cryogenic liquid oxygen and the 7500 tons (16.5 million lbf) of thrust those Raptors can generate. That’s just the bare minimum, though.

Beyond the extraordinary mechanical stress it must withstand, Super Heavy’s thrust section also needs to be able to survive the hellish, violent environment created by almost three dozen powerful rocket engines on one side while the structure is effectively half-submerged in a cryogenic fluid, subjecting the puck and dome to brutal thermal conditions. Last but certainly not least, the exterior of Super Heavy’s thrust structure must be able to survive the mechanical and thermal hell of hypersonic atmospheric reentry with zero cushioning of the blow.

The forces involved are difficult to imagine. At full thrust, Super Heavy Booster 4’s 29 Raptor engines (eventually expanding to 33 on future cores) will likely produce more than 5500 metric tons (12.1 million lbf) of thrust, making it both the largest and most powerful rocket booster ever built or tested. At full thrust, those 29 Raptors will consume more than 17 metric tons (~38,000 lb) of cryogenic liquid methane and oxygen – equivalent to around ten Tesla Model 3s worth of propellant – every single second.

Including smaller secondary runs for each Raptor engine, Super Heavy’s engine section will likely contain miles of plumbing for highly flammable, explosive, and high-pressure liquid and gaseous methane and oxygen. All 29 Raptors also need to be connected to Super Heavy’s power supplies and avionics systems, demanding still more miles of wiring.

Ultimately, Musk says that the next generation of Starship’s Raptor engine – “V2.0” – “is a major improvement in simplification,” presumably making life a bit easier for the engineers that have to design Super Heavy’s hellish engine section plumbing and the technicians that have to fabricate and assemble it. However, there’s just no getting around the fact that a single rocket booster with dozens of engines is going to have an extraordinarily complex thrust section. Only time will tell if SpaceX’s extensive launch vehicle expertise is up to the task.

Elon Musk reveals the heart of SpaceX’s Starship Super Heavy booster






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CEO Elon Musk has revealed the first glimpse of the most complex, important, and unproven part of Starship’s record-breaking Super Heavy booster.

Known as the engine section, the aft end of Super Heavy is likely where the fate of early booster prototypes will lie. For the most part, Super Heavy is just a colossal duo of steel propellant tanks that is – to an extent – even simpler than its smaller Starship upper stage, which needs two types of Raptor engines, flaps, a bevy of maneuvering thrusters, and more. However, at the booster’s base, SpaceX must design, fabricate, and assemble a nightmarishly crowded and complex mechanical structure capable of mounting, fueling, and powering anywhere from 29 to 33 Raptor engines.

Simultaneously, that structure and all associated plumbing must withstand the force and pressure of more than 2000 metric tons of cryogenic liquid oxygen and the 7500 tons (16.5 million lbf) of thrust those Raptors can generate. That’s just the bare minimum, though.

Beyond the extraordinary mechanical stress it must withstand, Super Heavy’s thrust section also needs to be able to survive the hellish, violent environment created by almost three dozen powerful rocket engines on one side while the structure is effectively half-submerged in a cryogenic fluid, subjecting the puck and dome to brutal thermal conditions. Last but certainly not least, the exterior of Super Heavy’s thrust structure must be able to survive the mechanical and thermal hell of hypersonic atmospheric reentry with zero cushioning of the blow.

The forces involved are difficult to imagine. At full thrust, Super Heavy Booster 4’s 29 Raptor engines (eventually expanding to 33 on future cores) will likely produce more than 5500 metric tons (12.1 million lbf) of thrust, making it both the largest and most powerful rocket booster ever built or tested. At full thrust, those 29 Raptors will consume more than 17 metric tons (~38,000 lb) of cryogenic liquid methane and oxygen – equivalent to around ten Tesla Model 3s worth of propellant – every single second.

Including smaller secondary runs for each Raptor engine, Super Heavy’s engine section will likely contain miles of plumbing for highly flammable, explosive, and high-pressure liquid and gaseous methane and oxygen. All 29 Raptors also need to be connected to Super Heavy’s power supplies and avionics systems, demanding still more miles of wiring.

Ultimately, Musk says that the next generation of Starship’s Raptor engine – “V2.0” – “is a major improvement in simplification,” presumably making life a bit easier for the engineers that have to design Super Heavy’s hellish engine section plumbing and the technicians that have to fabricate and assemble it. However, there’s just no getting around the fact that a single rocket booster with dozens of engines is going to have an extraordinarily complex thrust section. Only time will tell if SpaceX’s extensive launch vehicle expertise is up to the task.

Elon Musk reveals the heart of SpaceX’s Starship Super Heavy booster






" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1627592484) } [5]=> array(14) { ["title"]=> string(63) "Church social work: What is behind ex-Pope Benedict’s billing" ["link"]=> string(79) "https://movs.world/church-social-work-what-is-behind-ex-pope-benedicts-billing/" ["comments"]=> string(87) "https://movs.world/church-social-work-what-is-behind-ex-pope-benedicts-billing/#respond" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Susan Hally" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Thu, 29 Jul 2021 20:59:04 +0000" ["category"]=> string(231) "International(Pope / born 1927)Benedict XVI.BenedictsbillingBundestag electioncareerCaritasCatholic ChurchChristianityChurchDiakoniaDiocese of WürzburgexPopeGerman Bishops' ConferenceJoseph RatzingerKamann-MatthiasMunichsocialwork" ["guid"]=> string(79) "https://movs.world/church-social-work-what-is-behind-ex-pope-benedicts-billing/" ["description"]=> string(298) "EIt starts with a cozy chat. Pope emeritus Benedict XVI. tells of his time as a young chaplain in Munich in the early 1950s. There was a Jesuit who couldn’t think of much while preparing the sermon. But as soon as he put on the hat of another priest, the inspiration came. It was also …" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(21003) "

EIt starts with a cozy chat. Pope emeritus Benedict XVI. tells of his time as a young chaplain in Munich in the early 1950s. There was a Jesuit who couldn’t think of much while preparing the sermon. But as soon as he put on the hat of another priest, the inspiration came. It was also “funny” that the Catholic youth had quartered in the old morgue. Joseph Ratzinger looks back.

But towards the end, the 94-year-old becomes sharp in the written interview with “Herder Korrespondenz”. “In the church institutions – hospitals, schools, Caritas – many people are involved in decisive positions who do not support the internal mission of the church and thus often obscure the witness of this institution”, says Benedikt.

also read

Benedict vs Franziskus

A few lines later he criticizes “that the official texts of the Church in Germany are largely formed by people for whom faith is only official”. As long as “only the office, but not the heart and the spirit” spoke in such texts, “the exodus from the world of faith will continue”.

There is a personal and a fundamental side. The latter is of considerable constitutional and labor law importance for the self-image of the Catholic Church in Germany with Caritas.

also read

Pope Francis

If you look at the personal side beforehand, it can be said that Benedict, who actually had no ecclesiastical function and who actually wanted to privatize spiritually after his resignation in 2013, continues his cabal with the majority of today’s German bishops and again accuses them of his ideas of faith and the church not meet.

Are these institutions even a church?

The German officials are apparently not interested in reacting to this: The German Bishops’ Conference under its chairman Georg Bätzing did not want to comment on WELT’s request.

Peter Neher, President of the German Caritas Association, did not want to comment either. Benedict’s attacks on Caritas are even more violent than his objections to church official texts: The ex-Pope touches a sore point in church social work.

also read

The less hopeless debates the church leads, the more it can focus on its actual mission, writes Lucas Wiegelmann

Because when he says about church hospitals, schools and Caritas that “many people in crucial positions do not support the internal mission of the church and thus often obscure the testimony of this institution”, he questions whether these institutions are churches at all.

But that’s what they should be. Both the Caritas of the Catholics and the Diakonie of the Evangelicals, with their total of around one million employees, are seen by both churches as integral parts of their religious activities, as being just as important as the worship services.

also read

The Trigema boss Wolfgang Grupp in his private house with his own chapel in Burladingen.

“Annunciation, liturgy and Caritas basically have the same status and stand side by side on an equal footing. They are mutually dependent and must not be separated from one another, ”says the website of the German Bishops’ Conference.

One can even say that the importance of Caritas and Diakonia is growing in the churches because their activities reach many people and in society the appreciation of practical care leaves the respect for God and clergy far behind.

Caritas and Diakonie should also be regarded as a church because only then will they fall under the constitutional protection of religious self-determination. Only if they are church can they be understood as “service communities” – as the official term is used – and given separate labor law because of the church’s right to regulate internal affairs.

also read

Woelki Heße combo

In principle, this does not recognize strikes, provides for a lower participation of the trade unions in some cases and offers employers the opportunity to sanction the individual “way of life”, which has already been practiced at the expense of employees in some Catholic institutions, for example with remarried divorced and openly homosexual people . Diakonie, Caritas and, last but not least, the courts have made some changes in recent times, but in principle the “third way” still applies.

And this even though the vast majority of activities do not differ from those in city or private hospitals and nursing homes. Even when it comes to money, almost nothing is church-related: Catholic and Protestant day-care centers are financed largely from state budgets; Church clinics and homes have their services reimbursed by the social security funds.

Benedict’s attitude should deter many bishops

A year ago, the theologian Ulrich Körtner analyzed what this means with a view to diaconia. “At best, the church is still the background organization of diakonia,” wrote Körtner in “Die Zeit”. The diakonia is a “figurehead”. But that is “essentially financed by the public purse”, and “the Christian profile of entrepreneurial diakonia and even its ecclesiastical nature” are now “controversial right down to labor law”.

also read

Church blessings for homosexuals

As far as the religious beliefs of the employees are concerned, diakonia such as Caritas have to hire more and more people without religious affiliation because of the labor shortage. And among those who are church-bound, a survey of 2000 Caritas employees in the Diocese of Würzburg revealed as early as 2016 that the majority of the religiously and spiritually highly pluralized workforce did not know “with regard to the work organizations of Caritas with the central idea of ​​Caritas as a religious community a lot to start ”.

This is what it says in a summary of the results. “The study shows that the link between the church as an associative Caritas and the church as a sacramental Eucharistic community is no longer a matter of course for many.”

In view of this, it cannot be said that Benedict’s theses are out of thin air. But it is unlikely that they will trigger anything. If only because the Pope emeritus is not an ecclesiastical authority and his relationship with most of the leading Catholics in Germany is filled with too much bitterness.

In addition, an attitude can be seen behind his theses, which must appear like a horror to the bishops affected by general decline in Germany. Namely the stance that the church has to demarcate itself much more.

also read

Spring General Assembly of the German Bishops' Conference

Benedict used to call this “evacuation”, but distances himself from this term in the current interview. Now, immediately before his criticism of Caritas, he says that “it must be about separating believers and unbelievers”.

For a church of believers, at least according to Benedict’s categories, there would probably not be many left in Germany.

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EIt starts with a cozy chat. Pope emeritus Benedict XVI. tells of his time as a young chaplain in Munich in the early 1950s. There was a Jesuit who couldn’t think of much while preparing the sermon. But as soon as he put on the hat of another priest, the inspiration came. It was also “funny” that the Catholic youth had quartered in the old morgue. Joseph Ratzinger looks back.

But towards the end, the 94-year-old becomes sharp in the written interview with “Herder Korrespondenz”. “In the church institutions – hospitals, schools, Caritas – many people are involved in decisive positions who do not support the internal mission of the church and thus often obscure the witness of this institution”, says Benedikt.

also read

Benedict vs Franziskus

A few lines later he criticizes “that the official texts of the Church in Germany are largely formed by people for whom faith is only official”. As long as “only the office, but not the heart and the spirit” spoke in such texts, “the exodus from the world of faith will continue”.

There is a personal and a fundamental side. The latter is of considerable constitutional and labor law importance for the self-image of the Catholic Church in Germany with Caritas.

also read

Pope Francis

If you look at the personal side beforehand, it can be said that Benedict, who actually had no ecclesiastical function and who actually wanted to privatize spiritually after his resignation in 2013, continues his cabal with the majority of today’s German bishops and again accuses them of his ideas of faith and the church not meet.

Are these institutions even a church?

The German officials are apparently not interested in reacting to this: The German Bishops’ Conference under its chairman Georg Bätzing did not want to comment on WELT’s request.

Peter Neher, President of the German Caritas Association, did not want to comment either. Benedict’s attacks on Caritas are even more violent than his objections to church official texts: The ex-Pope touches a sore point in church social work.

also read

The less hopeless debates the church leads, the more it can focus on its actual mission, writes Lucas Wiegelmann

Because when he says about church hospitals, schools and Caritas that “many people in crucial positions do not support the internal mission of the church and thus often obscure the testimony of this institution”, he questions whether these institutions are churches at all.

But that’s what they should be. Both the Caritas of the Catholics and the Diakonie of the Evangelicals, with their total of around one million employees, are seen by both churches as integral parts of their religious activities, as being just as important as the worship services.

also read

The Trigema boss Wolfgang Grupp in his private house with his own chapel in Burladingen.

“Annunciation, liturgy and Caritas basically have the same status and stand side by side on an equal footing. They are mutually dependent and must not be separated from one another, ”says the website of the German Bishops’ Conference.

One can even say that the importance of Caritas and Diakonia is growing in the churches because their activities reach many people and in society the appreciation of practical care leaves the respect for God and clergy far behind.

Caritas and Diakonie should also be regarded as a church because only then will they fall under the constitutional protection of religious self-determination. Only if they are church can they be understood as “service communities” – as the official term is used – and given separate labor law because of the church’s right to regulate internal affairs.

also read

Woelki Heße combo

In principle, this does not recognize strikes, provides for a lower participation of the trade unions in some cases and offers employers the opportunity to sanction the individual “way of life”, which has already been practiced at the expense of employees in some Catholic institutions, for example with remarried divorced and openly homosexual people . Diakonie, Caritas and, last but not least, the courts have made some changes in recent times, but in principle the “third way” still applies.

And this even though the vast majority of activities do not differ from those in city or private hospitals and nursing homes. Even when it comes to money, almost nothing is church-related: Catholic and Protestant day-care centers are financed largely from state budgets; Church clinics and homes have their services reimbursed by the social security funds.

Benedict’s attitude should deter many bishops

A year ago, the theologian Ulrich Körtner analyzed what this means with a view to diaconia. “At best, the church is still the background organization of diakonia,” wrote Körtner in “Die Zeit”. The diakonia is a “figurehead”. But that is “essentially financed by the public purse”, and “the Christian profile of entrepreneurial diakonia and even its ecclesiastical nature” are now “controversial right down to labor law”.

also read

Church blessings for homosexuals

As far as the religious beliefs of the employees are concerned, diakonia such as Caritas have to hire more and more people without religious affiliation because of the labor shortage. And among those who are church-bound, a survey of 2000 Caritas employees in the Diocese of Würzburg revealed as early as 2016 that the majority of the religiously and spiritually highly pluralized workforce did not know “with regard to the work organizations of Caritas with the central idea of ​​Caritas as a religious community a lot to start ”.

This is what it says in a summary of the results. “The study shows that the link between the church as an associative Caritas and the church as a sacramental Eucharistic community is no longer a matter of course for many.”

In view of this, it cannot be said that Benedict’s theses are out of thin air. But it is unlikely that they will trigger anything. If only because the Pope emeritus is not an ecclesiastical authority and his relationship with most of the leading Catholics in Germany is filled with too much bitterness.

In addition, an attitude can be seen behind his theses, which must appear like a horror to the bishops affected by general decline in Germany. Namely the stance that the church has to demarcate itself much more.

also read

Spring General Assembly of the German Bishops' Conference

Benedict used to call this “evacuation”, but distances himself from this term in the current interview. Now, immediately before his criticism of Caritas, he says that “it must be about separating believers and unbelievers”.

For a church of believers, at least according to Benedict’s categories, there would probably not be many left in Germany.

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1627592344) } [6]=> array(14) { ["title"]=> string(95) "Shantal talks about bed rest during pregnancy: “I lost contracts” – Marie Claire Magazine" ["link"]=> string(104) "https://movs.world/shantal-talks-about-bed-rest-during-pregnancy-i-lost-contracts-marie-claire-magazine/" ["comments"]=> string(112) "https://movs.world/shantal-talks-about-bed-rest-during-pregnancy-i-lost-contracts-marie-claire-magazine/#respond" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Susan Hally" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Thu, 29 Jul 2021 20:57:25 +0000" ["category"]=> string(67) "HobbiesbedClairecontractslostMagazineMariepregnancyrestshantaltalks" ["guid"]=> string(104) "https://movs.world/shantal-talks-about-bed-rest-during-pregnancy-i-lost-contracts-marie-claire-magazine/" ["description"]=> string(338) "+ Shantal Verdelho (Photo: Reproduction / Instagram) After going into preterm labor, Shantal talked with followers about the experience of spending much of the pregnancy on bed rest. “It’s already been two and a half months and, if everything works out, there’s still a month for the baby to be born. I wanted to say …" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(3194) "

Shantal Verdelho (Photo: Reproduction / Instagram)

After going into preterm labor, Shantal talked with followers about the experience of spending much of the pregnancy on bed rest. “It’s already been two and a half months and, if everything works out, there’s still a month for the baby to be born. I wanted to say that it is very difficult. It is literally putting your life aside to take care of the life of this child that is inside your womb”, he began.

“Of course this life is more important than anything else, but it’s still difficult. I abandoned my well-being, because the medicines make me very bad, my hobbies, my jobs, I lost a lot of contract that if I hadn’t lost it, I would have ended up paying for my house. For you to have an idea of ​​how much money I lost. Seeing everyone living, life going on, life happening, and I’m stopped without being able to go to the kitchen,” he continued.

“If you thought the quarantine at home was bad, imagine you can’t get out of bed. Aside from the fact that I was always very active in Felippo’s life. Today he really wanted me to go down to have breakfast with him, but I can’t go downstairs, he cried a lot, it’s very difficult. Other than that, just lying there all day hurts. Another thing I noticed a lot: my body is wasting away, I don’t have any more muscle and I’m not talking about aesthetics, I’m talking about muscle to sustain. If I stand for a long time, I feel weak (…). But it was worth it, it was worth it just that I got here and I have the chance to give birth to a healthy baby, who may not need the ICU, who can go straight to the bedroom with me, and I would do that as often as necessary” , ends.

Shantal is pregnant with her second child, the result of her relationship with Matheus Verdelho. The two are also parents of one-year-old Felippo.

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Shantal Verdelho (Photo: Reproduction / Instagram)

After going into preterm labor, Shantal talked with followers about the experience of spending much of the pregnancy on bed rest. “It’s already been two and a half months and, if everything works out, there’s still a month for the baby to be born. I wanted to say that it is very difficult. It is literally putting your life aside to take care of the life of this child that is inside your womb”, he began.

“Of course this life is more important than anything else, but it’s still difficult. I abandoned my well-being, because the medicines make me very bad, my hobbies, my jobs, I lost a lot of contract that if I hadn’t lost it, I would have ended up paying for my house. For you to have an idea of ​​how much money I lost. Seeing everyone living, life going on, life happening, and I’m stopped without being able to go to the kitchen,” he continued.

“If you thought the quarantine at home was bad, imagine you can’t get out of bed. Aside from the fact that I was always very active in Felippo’s life. Today he really wanted me to go down to have breakfast with him, but I can’t go downstairs, he cried a lot, it’s very difficult. Other than that, just lying there all day hurts. Another thing I noticed a lot: my body is wasting away, I don’t have any more muscle and I’m not talking about aesthetics, I’m talking about muscle to sustain. If I stand for a long time, I feel weak (…). But it was worth it, it was worth it just that I got here and I have the chance to give birth to a healthy baby, who may not need the ICU, who can go straight to the bedroom with me, and I would do that as often as necessary” , ends.

Shantal is pregnant with her second child, the result of her relationship with Matheus Verdelho. The two are also parents of one-year-old Felippo.

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1627592245) } [7]=> array(14) { ["title"]=> string(32) "Sean Connery odiaba a James Bond" ["link"]=> string(52) "https://movs.world/sean-connery-odiaba-a-james-bond/" ["comments"]=> string(60) "https://movs.world/sean-connery-odiaba-a-james-bond/#respond" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Susan Hally" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Thu, 29 Jul 2021 20:42:37 +0000" ["category"]=> string(40) "Celebrity NewsBondConneryJamesodiabaSean" ["guid"]=> string(52) "https://movs.world/sean-connery-odiaba-a-james-bond/" ["description"]=> string(286) "Sean Connery He had moved away from the Hollywood spotlights in 2003, turning them off permanently on October 31 when he died in his bed while he slept. The actor who owns a unique intensity died at the age of 90 at his home in Nassau in the Bahamas and according to his wife he …" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(10768) "

Sean Connery He had moved away from the Hollywood spotlights in 2003, turning them off permanently on October 31 when he died in his bed while he slept. The actor who owns a unique intensity died at the age of 90 at his home in Nassau in the Bahamas and according to his wife he had been battling senile dementia for several years. “It was not life for him. Couldn’t express himself lately“Micheline Roquebrune assured THR.

The world of cinema was completely thrown into goodbyes full of affection, even Daniel Craig and Pierce Brosnan paid tribute to him, and from here we want to remember an anecdote that many were unaware of. And it is that, no matter how much time passes and other actors have taken their place, Sir Sean Connery will forever be the most legendary James Bond of all. It is true that Roger Moore conquered a legion of fans with his mischief and Daniel Craig will set the bar very high for those who dare to take his place, but the Scotsman left an indelible mark on film history. He was the first, the original 007, the one that turned the character into the living image of an elegant action hero, a bit smug and a bit macho (at least in the beginning). However, the fond memory that viewers have of his character is very different from the emotions that Connery felt during his last years in the series.

Basically, he hated it.

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Despite having achieved international fame as the spy in Her Majesty’s service and amassing a fortune from his work, Sean Connery grew weary of playing him. It was 1967 when he was preparing to shoot his fifth foray into We only live Twice. He was sick of doing the same thing and tired of the character not evolving, and tensions with legendary producer Albert R. Broccoli became increasingly strained. According to The Telegraph, the situation was so extreme that the actor He used to lock himself in his dressing room whenever Broccoli visited the set in Japan. And that the producer’s wife, Dana, was essential in his signing in the early 60s, convincing her husband of Connery’s potential.

Nor was he satisfied with the negative consequences of the fame achieved with the character. Connery came from a modest life working as a bricklayer, casket polisher, model and even milkman when recognition knocked on his door. It was a thing of fate. He was destined to be a movie star. He came to acting by pure chance when he was looking to earn some extra money and began working at the King’s Theater in 1951. One thing led to another and without studies or preparation, in a short time he already had his first leading role. It was after several plays, a few series and a dozen feature films that the opportunity came to play the spy created by Ian Fleming, seeing it as an opportunity that would open more doors in the industry. However, he probably did not imagine how radical his life change would be.

During the filming of the fifth installment, not only did he have a stalker who chased him during the filming, but the paparazzi also did not leave him in the sun or shade, following him into a public toilet, while the press turned him into a sex symbol with votes and lists naming him the sexiest man on the planet. And this is how he put a condition if they wanted him in a sixth film: a salary increase from the $ 750,000 collected for the fifth part to the million dollars, in addition to 25% of the box office profits that he had already been collecting..

The producers, who knows if they were also tired of Connery’s complaints or fed up, did not give in and the actor resigned. The replacement was Australian model George Lazenby in 007 at the service of his Majesty, whom Broccoli met at a hair salon. The result was not received with the same enthusiasm and two years later they released a new installment again with Connery, Diamonds for eternity (1971). However, they say that the actor did not wear the 007 suit again for pure pleasure or for the love of art, but that it was the condition he set to get them to give the green light to two other projects that he was much more passionate about than James Bond.

The boredom or disdain that Connery felt at that point for the character, or the influence he had had on his life, was demonstrated when he donated his salary to charity and, according to The Observer, he went on to say: “I’ve always hated that damn James Bond. I’d like to kill him.”

Rumors of the internal bad vibes that existed between actor and character always flew over the figure of Sean Connery. Something very similar to what has been happening with Daniel Craig after the premiere of each of his James Bond films. His supposed desire to say goodbye to the character was reflected every time it was implied that the next installment would be the last, in addition to his controversial statements assuring that he would prefer to cut his wrists before making another installment (then he clarified that that answer took place when he finished finishing the filming that had been very intense and exhausting). But as I was telling you, Connery’s bad relationship with Bond was the result of rumors and hearsay for several yearsHowever, it was Michael Caine who confirmed its existence.

Caine and Connery met in 1954 and became friends, and it was he who commented that Sean was fed up with being recognized just for his character. As Andrew Yule wrote in his book Sean Connery: Neither Shaken Nor Stirred, Caine said: “If you were his friend in those years, you didn’t bring up the subject of Bond. He was, and is, a much better actor than just playing James Bond, but he became synonymous with Bond.” A greater certainty than a house if we remember that, as I wrote at the beginning of this article, Connery continues to be the most legendary performer in the cinematographic history of 007.

“He would walk the streets and people would say ‘Look, there’s James Bond’ and that bothered him a lotCaine added.

Notably, Connery’s curmudgeon side was well known in Britain. While his romances illustrated dozens of magazines, some of his controversial words were not forgotten. In 1975 he told Playboy magazine that he saw nothing wrong with “hitting a woman” clarifying that “I didn’t recommend doing it the same way you would hit a man “. He even advised how to do it by suggesting the use of “an open-handed slap when warranted, when other alternatives have failed and there has been sufficient warning. If a woman is a bitch, hysterical, or continually nasty, then she would. “. What’s more, he added that “women are not decisive by nature” and Bond found him irresistible because he was.

Without defending the indefensible, let’s remember that Connery was the star of a male saga in a misogynistic era. The Bond stories turned women into mere sexual stereotypes, with weak personalities in the face of 007’s seduction. Unlike other versions, this adaptation of the spy offered not romance but desire and passion, and Connery’s portrayal was that of a hero. of his time: dark, unforgiving and a bit misogynistic.

Despite leaving other unforgettable jobs as in The house Russia, The name of the rose, The hill O Marnie With Hitchcock, Connery became synonymous with Bond. And although he scold the connection between the two, the character gave him the financial security that he did not have as a young man and opened the doors to a path of roses within the industry. However, his disenchantment with Bond was such that he did not make a movie in the two years following the completion of the saga.

Connery ended up retiring from acting about 15 years ago. The bad reviews it received League of Extraordinary Gentlemen plus the confusion that he said to live doing it and the lack of interesting proposals when he was already over 70 years old, led him to take the step that had been rumored for a long time. But although few remember him, he tried to give Hollywood one last chance. It was for the movie Josiah’s Canon in 2004 although one fine day, while filming the heist story in Prague, he left the set. Just like that, leaving the production starless. As he wrote The Guardian, the excuse was that he was leaving to write his memoirs while Variety pointed out that “The headaches of mega-budget movies have finally sapped his enthusiasm.” He had said goodbye to the cinema but without saying goodbye officially. He traveled to his mini paradise in the Bahamas, playing golf every morning, and was away from the spotlight forever. It was in June 2006 that he confirmed that he had retired upon receiving a lifetime achievement award from the American Film Institute., denying that he would appear in a fourth Indiana Jones saying that “retirement is so much fun“.

Grudge or not, the truth is that Connery returned to character once more to Never say never in 1983 (a title that is rumored to be related to his departure from the series) and, curiously, he lent his voice to the video game of 007: from Russia with love in 2005. It is probable that over time, Sir Sean Connery began to remember with a certain nostalgia and affection the James Bond that marked both his life and his career. Proof of this could be that in 2017 when he was watching the US Open in New York, they played the iconic musical intro of the saga and there he stayed, sitting with a huge smile on his face.

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Sean Connery He had moved away from the Hollywood spotlights in 2003, turning them off permanently on October 31 when he died in his bed while he slept. The actor who owns a unique intensity died at the age of 90 at his home in Nassau in the Bahamas and according to his wife he had been battling senile dementia for several years. “It was not life for him. Couldn’t express himself lately“Micheline Roquebrune assured THR.

The world of cinema was completely thrown into goodbyes full of affection, even Daniel Craig and Pierce Brosnan paid tribute to him, and from here we want to remember an anecdote that many were unaware of. And it is that, no matter how much time passes and other actors have taken their place, Sir Sean Connery will forever be the most legendary James Bond of all. It is true that Roger Moore conquered a legion of fans with his mischief and Daniel Craig will set the bar very high for those who dare to take his place, but the Scotsman left an indelible mark on film history. He was the first, the original 007, the one that turned the character into the living image of an elegant action hero, a bit smug and a bit macho (at least in the beginning). However, the fond memory that viewers have of his character is very different from the emotions that Connery felt during his last years in the series.

Basically, he hated it.

Pete-Goddard-_-Splash-News-_-Gtres

Despite having achieved international fame as the spy in Her Majesty’s service and amassing a fortune from his work, Sean Connery grew weary of playing him. It was 1967 when he was preparing to shoot his fifth foray into We only live Twice. He was sick of doing the same thing and tired of the character not evolving, and tensions with legendary producer Albert R. Broccoli became increasingly strained. According to The Telegraph, the situation was so extreme that the actor He used to lock himself in his dressing room whenever Broccoli visited the set in Japan. And that the producer’s wife, Dana, was essential in his signing in the early 60s, convincing her husband of Connery’s potential.

Nor was he satisfied with the negative consequences of the fame achieved with the character. Connery came from a modest life working as a bricklayer, casket polisher, model and even milkman when recognition knocked on his door. It was a thing of fate. He was destined to be a movie star. He came to acting by pure chance when he was looking to earn some extra money and began working at the King’s Theater in 1951. One thing led to another and without studies or preparation, in a short time he already had his first leading role. It was after several plays, a few series and a dozen feature films that the opportunity came to play the spy created by Ian Fleming, seeing it as an opportunity that would open more doors in the industry. However, he probably did not imagine how radical his life change would be.

During the filming of the fifth installment, not only did he have a stalker who chased him during the filming, but the paparazzi also did not leave him in the sun or shade, following him into a public toilet, while the press turned him into a sex symbol with votes and lists naming him the sexiest man on the planet. And this is how he put a condition if they wanted him in a sixth film: a salary increase from the $ 750,000 collected for the fifth part to the million dollars, in addition to 25% of the box office profits that he had already been collecting..

The producers, who knows if they were also tired of Connery’s complaints or fed up, did not give in and the actor resigned. The replacement was Australian model George Lazenby in 007 at the service of his Majesty, whom Broccoli met at a hair salon. The result was not received with the same enthusiasm and two years later they released a new installment again with Connery, Diamonds for eternity (1971). However, they say that the actor did not wear the 007 suit again for pure pleasure or for the love of art, but that it was the condition he set to get them to give the green light to two other projects that he was much more passionate about than James Bond.

The boredom or disdain that Connery felt at that point for the character, or the influence he had had on his life, was demonstrated when he donated his salary to charity and, according to The Observer, he went on to say: “I’ve always hated that damn James Bond. I’d like to kill him.”

Rumors of the internal bad vibes that existed between actor and character always flew over the figure of Sean Connery. Something very similar to what has been happening with Daniel Craig after the premiere of each of his James Bond films. His supposed desire to say goodbye to the character was reflected every time it was implied that the next installment would be the last, in addition to his controversial statements assuring that he would prefer to cut his wrists before making another installment (then he clarified that that answer took place when he finished finishing the filming that had been very intense and exhausting). But as I was telling you, Connery’s bad relationship with Bond was the result of rumors and hearsay for several yearsHowever, it was Michael Caine who confirmed its existence.

Caine and Connery met in 1954 and became friends, and it was he who commented that Sean was fed up with being recognized just for his character. As Andrew Yule wrote in his book Sean Connery: Neither Shaken Nor Stirred, Caine said: “If you were his friend in those years, you didn’t bring up the subject of Bond. He was, and is, a much better actor than just playing James Bond, but he became synonymous with Bond.” A greater certainty than a house if we remember that, as I wrote at the beginning of this article, Connery continues to be the most legendary performer in the cinematographic history of 007.

“He would walk the streets and people would say ‘Look, there’s James Bond’ and that bothered him a lotCaine added.

Notably, Connery’s curmudgeon side was well known in Britain. While his romances illustrated dozens of magazines, some of his controversial words were not forgotten. In 1975 he told Playboy magazine that he saw nothing wrong with “hitting a woman” clarifying that “I didn’t recommend doing it the same way you would hit a man “. He even advised how to do it by suggesting the use of “an open-handed slap when warranted, when other alternatives have failed and there has been sufficient warning. If a woman is a bitch, hysterical, or continually nasty, then she would. “. What’s more, he added that “women are not decisive by nature” and Bond found him irresistible because he was.

Without defending the indefensible, let’s remember that Connery was the star of a male saga in a misogynistic era. The Bond stories turned women into mere sexual stereotypes, with weak personalities in the face of 007’s seduction. Unlike other versions, this adaptation of the spy offered not romance but desire and passion, and Connery’s portrayal was that of a hero. of his time: dark, unforgiving and a bit misogynistic.

Despite leaving other unforgettable jobs as in The house Russia, The name of the rose, The hill O Marnie With Hitchcock, Connery became synonymous with Bond. And although he scold the connection between the two, the character gave him the financial security that he did not have as a young man and opened the doors to a path of roses within the industry. However, his disenchantment with Bond was such that he did not make a movie in the two years following the completion of the saga.

Connery ended up retiring from acting about 15 years ago. The bad reviews it received League of Extraordinary Gentlemen plus the confusion that he said to live doing it and the lack of interesting proposals when he was already over 70 years old, led him to take the step that had been rumored for a long time. But although few remember him, he tried to give Hollywood one last chance. It was for the movie Josiah’s Canon in 2004 although one fine day, while filming the heist story in Prague, he left the set. Just like that, leaving the production starless. As he wrote The Guardian, the excuse was that he was leaving to write his memoirs while Variety pointed out that “The headaches of mega-budget movies have finally sapped his enthusiasm.” He had said goodbye to the cinema but without saying goodbye officially. He traveled to his mini paradise in the Bahamas, playing golf every morning, and was away from the spotlight forever. It was in June 2006 that he confirmed that he had retired upon receiving a lifetime achievement award from the American Film Institute., denying that he would appear in a fourth Indiana Jones saying that “retirement is so much fun“.

Grudge or not, the truth is that Connery returned to character once more to Never say never in 1983 (a title that is rumored to be related to his departure from the series) and, curiously, he lent his voice to the video game of 007: from Russia with love in 2005. It is probable that over time, Sir Sean Connery began to remember with a certain nostalgia and affection the James Bond that marked both his life and his career. Proof of this could be that in 2017 when he was watching the US Open in New York, they played the iconic musical intro of the saga and there he stayed, sitting with a huge smile on his face.

More stories that may interest you:

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Announced close to a departure from Paris Saint-Germain, Mauricio Pochettino finally extended his contract until June 2023. The Argentine coach returned to these persistent rumors before mentioning the cases of Paul Pogba and Kylian Mbapp.

Pochettino has extended a year with PSG.

No, Mauricio Pochettino will not be leaving Paris Saint-Germain this t. Better yet, the Argentinian coach, who arrived last January to replace Thomas Tuchel, extended his contract with the club in the capital for one year, until June 2023.

Pochettino did not deem it necessary to deny the rumors

In an interview with the Parisian, the Ile-de-France manager briefly returned to the lingering rumors of early summer, while a Tottenham return was voiced. There have been a lot of rumors. We all know that is the reality of football. There are movements in the clubs, with players and coaches so the rumors will always be there. With the President or Leo, we have always maintained a quiet, fluid relationship. Things have always been clear. There was no need to say more , explained the 49-year-old technician.

But then, why didn’t Pochettino quickly deny all these rumors? According to him, there was no material to do after a disappointing end of the season marked by the loss of the Ligue 1 title. No no. I didn’t think it was necessary. OK, the rumors were there. But things were clear from the club and from me. There is no need to constantly deny rumors. There is a lot, a lot of information today … , regretted the former South American central defender.

Pochettino kicks in touch for Pogba and remains mysterious for Mbapp

After having mentioned his personal case, Pochettino was questioned about the possible arrival of Paul Pogba. In line with his first answers, he wished to play the card of caution concerning the French environment. I do not give a name. I don’t like to talk about players who belong to other teams. The club works with discretion, achieving good things. at the end of the transfer window, we will see who the new players will be, if there are any, and we will see which players will leave the team , added the ex-captain of the club.

What about Kylian Mbapp, whose contract expires in eleven months? The only thing clear is that Kylian still has a year on the contract. He’s a squad player and we’ll treat him the same as a player with a five-year contract. It is different, but each situation can develop, evolve … to another level. But at the sporting level, it doesn’t change anything , continued Pochettino, who hit the rumors of the Spanish press. He confided in me that he would not extend? These are private discussions. But in no case did Kylian tell me about that. In any case, the tricolor world champion will quickly have to decide.

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Announced close to a departure from Paris Saint-Germain, Mauricio Pochettino finally extended his contract until June 2023. The Argentine coach returned to these persistent rumors before mentioning the cases of Paul Pogba and Kylian Mbapp.

Pochettino has extended a year with PSG.

No, Mauricio Pochettino will not be leaving Paris Saint-Germain this t. Better yet, the Argentinian coach, who arrived last January to replace Thomas Tuchel, extended his contract with the club in the capital for one year, until June 2023.

Pochettino did not deem it necessary to deny the rumors

In an interview with the Parisian, the Ile-de-France manager briefly returned to the lingering rumors of early summer, while a Tottenham return was voiced. There have been a lot of rumors. We all know that is the reality of football. There are movements in the clubs, with players and coaches so the rumors will always be there. With the President or Leo, we have always maintained a quiet, fluid relationship. Things have always been clear. There was no need to say more , explained the 49-year-old technician.

But then, why didn’t Pochettino quickly deny all these rumors? According to him, there was no material to do after a disappointing end of the season marked by the loss of the Ligue 1 title. No no. I didn’t think it was necessary. OK, the rumors were there. But things were clear from the club and from me. There is no need to constantly deny rumors. There is a lot, a lot of information today … , regretted the former South American central defender.

Pochettino kicks in touch for Pogba and remains mysterious for Mbapp

After having mentioned his personal case, Pochettino was questioned about the possible arrival of Paul Pogba. In line with his first answers, he wished to play the card of caution concerning the French environment. I do not give a name. I don’t like to talk about players who belong to other teams. The club works with discretion, achieving good things. at the end of the transfer window, we will see who the new players will be, if there are any, and we will see which players will leave the team , added the ex-captain of the club.

What about Kylian Mbapp, whose contract expires in eleven months? The only thing clear is that Kylian still has a year on the contract. He’s a squad player and we’ll treat him the same as a player with a five-year contract. It is different, but each situation can develop, evolve … to another level. But at the sporting level, it doesn’t change anything , continued Pochettino, who hit the rumors of the Spanish press. He confided in me that he would not extend? These are private discussions. But in no case did Kylian tell me about that. In any case, the tricolor world champion will quickly have to decide.

What do you think of Pochettino’s words? Do not hesitate to react and discuss in the area add a comment

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Breidablik took the lead through Kristinn Steindorsson (6th) and Arni Vilhjalmsson (24th). Dominik Fitz (68th) made the next goal for the “Veilchen”. The equalization, which would at least have meant the extension, was no longer successful. For Austria, who deservedly failed, and their new coach Manfred Schmid, this meant the next serious setback after the false start in the championship.

The favorites had secured participation in the European Cup as eighth in the league in the European Cup play-off last season. While Breidablik now meets Aberdeen, Austria must strive to get into step in the Bundesliga. WSG Tirol is waiting for the first home game of the new season at the weekend.

GEPA / Johannes Friedl

In the end, the Breidablik players celebrated one of the greatest successes in the club’s history

Austria with weaknesses in all areas

The thermometer showed 20 degrees when kick-off on artificial turf in the sparsely occupied Kopavogsvöllur small stadium. But only the fourth in the Icelandic league was at operating temperature. The defensive weaknesses already evident in the first leg brought Austria a false start after just a few minutes. After a cross from the right, Steindorsson was completely free and scored by foot. The first shot on goal gave Breidablik an immediate lead.

The Icelanders, who entered with the same starting eleven as in Vienna, presented themselves as a much more solid eleven. They put Austria under pressure early on and they had an easy time of it. There was absolutely nothing to be seen of the Viennese, who were missing the battered right-back Marvin Martins. In contrast to Breidablik’s appearance, that of the guests was only piecemeal without dynamism and with few ideas. The defense wobbled a lot in several scenes.

No shot on goal in 45 minutes

The Viennese hesitantly worked out a few scenes on the offensive. Benedikt Pichler, who was called up from the start, tried it acrobatically, but shot clearly past. A minute later, Breidablik punished the guests’ appearance again. After a counter-attack through the midfield, the left alone Steindorsson dropped on goal scorer Vilhjalmsson. The Austrians were just spectators again. The game rippled on until the break. Austria did not score a shot on goal in 45 minutes.

Lukas Mühl (A.Wien) against Alexander Helgi Sigurdarson (Breidablik)

GEPA / Johannes Friedl

Newcomer Lukas Mühl was also unable to give Austria any defensive stability

Gift from Bredablik gives hope

Schmid did not change at half time. Austria attacked earlier, Aleksandar Jukic wrestled Anton Einarsson in Breidablik’s goal with a free kick (51.) from a first save. Pichler, who was now playing in the center, left out a much greater possibility, who finished too centrally from a good position (64th). When hopes slowly waned, a gift from the home side brought Austria back into play: central defender Viktor Margeirsson fitted the center far too imprecisely, Fitz benefited from the goal and ended up with an empty goal.

Substitute Alexander Grünwald almost equalized after a Fitz template, but an Icelandic foot was in between (75th). Austria then ran after a goal in vain, even if Breidablik fell back physically. After six minutes of stoppage time, the embarrassment for the violets was clear. Breidablik celebrated the greatest international success since 2013. At that time, the Icelanders had eliminated Sturm Graz in the Europa League qualification.

Voices for the game:

Manfred Schmid (Austria coach): “First and foremost, I am very disappointed with the elimination and clearly with the first half. It’s about the basics. It’s about motivation and intensity of duels. These are things that I expect to be there. We need to analyze the game and the mistakes as soon as possible, addressing things internally. You have to congratulate your opponent. The elimination was unfortunately deserved. “

Markus Suttner (Austria captain): “For the first 20 minutes we didn’t follow our match plan at all. We didn’t start playing football until the second half. Unfortunately too late. When you run after a 2-0 draw, it’s not easy, there comes the head component. For us this is disappointing. Of course, we didn’t get off to a positive start now, if we had imagined it differently. But it doesn’t help, we have another match in three days. “

Conference League, second qualifying round, second leg

Thursday:

Breidablik – Austria 2:1 (2:0)

Kopavogur, Kopavogsvöllur, 300 spectators, SR Mclaughlin (IRL)

Goal sequence:
1: 0 Steindorsson (6th)
2: 0 Vilhjalmsson (24.)
2:1 Fitz (68.)

Breidablik: A. Einarsson – Gunnlaugsson, Muminovic, Margeirsson, Ingvarsson – V. Einarsson, Sigurjonsson (78./Atlason), Sigurdarson (66./Yeoman) – Eyjolfsson, Steindorsson, Vilhjalmsson (88./Mikkelsen)

Austria: Pentz – Teigl, Mühl, Schoissengeyr, Suttner – Martel – Pichler (91./Keles), Fitz, Fischer, Jukic (58./Grünwald) – Djuricin

Yellow cards: Sigurdarson, V. Einarsson or Martel, Schoissengeyr, Djuricin, Fitz

The best: V. Einarsson, Steindorsson and Fitz

First leg 1-1, Breidablik 3-2 and play against Aberdeen in the third round

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Breidablik took the lead through Kristinn Steindorsson (6th) and Arni Vilhjalmsson (24th). Dominik Fitz (68th) made the next goal for the “Veilchen”. The equalization, which would at least have meant the extension, was no longer successful. For Austria, who deservedly failed, and their new coach Manfred Schmid, this meant the next serious setback after the false start in the championship.

The favorites had secured participation in the European Cup as eighth in the league in the European Cup play-off last season. While Breidablik now meets Aberdeen, Austria must strive to get into step in the Bundesliga. WSG Tirol is waiting for the first home game of the new season at the weekend.

GEPA / Johannes Friedl

In the end, the Breidablik players celebrated one of the greatest successes in the club’s history

Austria with weaknesses in all areas

The thermometer showed 20 degrees when kick-off on artificial turf in the sparsely occupied Kopavogsvöllur small stadium. But only the fourth in the Icelandic league was at operating temperature. The defensive weaknesses already evident in the first leg brought Austria a false start after just a few minutes. After a cross from the right, Steindorsson was completely free and scored by foot. The first shot on goal gave Breidablik an immediate lead.

The Icelanders, who entered with the same starting eleven as in Vienna, presented themselves as a much more solid eleven. They put Austria under pressure early on and they had an easy time of it. There was absolutely nothing to be seen of the Viennese, who were missing the battered right-back Marvin Martins. In contrast to Breidablik’s appearance, that of the guests was only piecemeal without dynamism and with few ideas. The defense wobbled a lot in several scenes.

No shot on goal in 45 minutes

The Viennese hesitantly worked out a few scenes on the offensive. Benedikt Pichler, who was called up from the start, tried it acrobatically, but shot clearly past. A minute later, Breidablik punished the guests’ appearance again. After a counter-attack through the midfield, the left alone Steindorsson dropped on goal scorer Vilhjalmsson. The Austrians were just spectators again. The game rippled on until the break. Austria did not score a shot on goal in 45 minutes.

Lukas Mühl (A.Wien) against Alexander Helgi Sigurdarson (Breidablik)

GEPA / Johannes Friedl

Newcomer Lukas Mühl was also unable to give Austria any defensive stability

Gift from Bredablik gives hope

Schmid did not change at half time. Austria attacked earlier, Aleksandar Jukic wrestled Anton Einarsson in Breidablik’s goal with a free kick (51.) from a first save. Pichler, who was now playing in the center, left out a much greater possibility, who finished too centrally from a good position (64th). When hopes slowly waned, a gift from the home side brought Austria back into play: central defender Viktor Margeirsson fitted the center far too imprecisely, Fitz benefited from the goal and ended up with an empty goal.

Substitute Alexander Grünwald almost equalized after a Fitz template, but an Icelandic foot was in between (75th). Austria then ran after a goal in vain, even if Breidablik fell back physically. After six minutes of stoppage time, the embarrassment for the violets was clear. Breidablik celebrated the greatest international success since 2013. At that time, the Icelanders had eliminated Sturm Graz in the Europa League qualification.

Voices for the game:

Manfred Schmid (Austria coach): “First and foremost, I am very disappointed with the elimination and clearly with the first half. It’s about the basics. It’s about motivation and intensity of duels. These are things that I expect to be there. We need to analyze the game and the mistakes as soon as possible, addressing things internally. You have to congratulate your opponent. The elimination was unfortunately deserved. “

Markus Suttner (Austria captain): “For the first 20 minutes we didn’t follow our match plan at all. We didn’t start playing football until the second half. Unfortunately too late. When you run after a 2-0 draw, it’s not easy, there comes the head component. For us this is disappointing. Of course, we didn’t get off to a positive start now, if we had imagined it differently. But it doesn’t help, we have another match in three days. “

Conference League, second qualifying round, second leg

Thursday:

Breidablik – Austria 2:1 (2:0)

Kopavogur, Kopavogsvöllur, 300 spectators, SR Mclaughlin (IRL)

Goal sequence:
1: 0 Steindorsson (6th)
2: 0 Vilhjalmsson (24.)
2:1 Fitz (68.)

Breidablik: A. Einarsson – Gunnlaugsson, Muminovic, Margeirsson, Ingvarsson – V. Einarsson, Sigurjonsson (78./Atlason), Sigurdarson (66./Yeoman) – Eyjolfsson, Steindorsson, Vilhjalmsson (88./Mikkelsen)

Austria: Pentz – Teigl, Mühl, Schoissengeyr, Suttner – Martel – Pichler (91./Keles), Fitz, Fischer, Jukic (58./Grünwald) – Djuricin

Yellow cards: Sigurdarson, V. Einarsson or Martel, Schoissengeyr, Djuricin, Fitz

The best: V. Einarsson, Steindorsson and Fitz

First leg 1-1, Breidablik 3-2 and play against Aberdeen in the third round

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