A mysterious ‘A Team’ just rescued dogs from a volcano’s lava zone in La Palma  NPRLIVE: Lava still flowing one month after volcano erupted on La Palma Island  ReutersDogs trapped by La Palma eruption ‘saved by mysterious gang’  The GuardianLa Palma volcano: Drone video shows new vent spurting hot ash as rivers of lava continue flowing  Global NewsHundreds More Evacuated As Lava From Spanish Volcano Flows Further Into Town  HuffPostView Full Coverage on Google News

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TL;DR: This Black Drone with Dual HD 4K Camera is on sale for $76.99 as of Oct. 21 — that’s a 9% savings.Drones help you see the world and travel to places you can’t reach on your own. Even better, they let you take photos and videos while you’re up there

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Back in September, the Cumbre Vieja (Old Summit) mountain on the island of La Palma in Spain erupted for the first time since 1971. Unfortunately, the area is still under siege, and three dogs have been reportedly trapped near the volcano.

According to Gizmodo, the furry creatures have been stranded in a yard that’s surrounded by lava, and it’s been almost a month since they were stuck. Now, local drone operator Aerocámaras has offered its help, and could soon set off on a mission to save the pups

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La Palma volcano: Drone video shows new vent spurting hot ash as rivers of lava continue flowing  Global NewsA Drone Will Rescue Three Dogs Trapped by La Palma Volcanic Eruption  GizmodoDrone rescue plan for dogs trapped by La Palma volcano  The GuardianDrone Operator To Attempt Rescue of Dogs Trapped by Lava Streams  VICE UKDrones to Attempt Rescue of Starving Dogs Stranded by Volcano  IEEE SpectrumView Full Coverage on Google News

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Drone attack targets US troops at US base in Syria, initial assessment suggests no US injuries  CNNExplosions rock base housing US troops in Syrian desert  The Times of IsraelU.S. Official: Drone Strikes Hit Positions Near U

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Welcome to Small Talk, a series where we catch up with the internet’s favorite Extremely Online individuals offline.So you binged Ted Lasso and now you can’t stop talking about the show? Same. Who hasn’t?If your loved ones are tired of hearing you drone on about AFC Richmond and a kind mustachioed coach who knows nothing about soccer — er, football — fear not. Simply turn to the Ted Lasso subreddit and immerse yourself in a community of more than 70,000 superfans who gush over episodes, point out Easter eggs, and unpack elaborate show theories on the regular.That’s what Tessa Senders, a 23-year-old grad student in New York, did

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La Palma volcano update: Largest so far quake at magnitude 4.8  VolcanoDiscoveryTrapped by lava: Drone company will try to rescue stranded dogs on La Palma  The Washington PostA drone company is working to airlift dogs stranded by the volcano in La Palma  NPRLa Palma eruption: Farmers despair as volcano damages banana crop  Al Jazeera EnglishWhat Being a Volcanologist Is Like  The AtlanticView Full Coverage on Google News

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A drone company is working to airlift dogs stranded by the volcano in La Palma  NPRTrapped by lava: Drone company will try to rescue stranded dogs on La Palma  The Washington PostDrone operator will try to rescue dogs from La Palma volcano  CNNLa Palma eruption: Farmers despair as volcano damages banana crop  Al Jazeera EnglishLa Palma evacuees see no end to ordeal after month of volcanic eruption  Yahoo NewsView Full Coverage on Google News

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Drone operator will try to rescue dogs from La Palma volcano  CNNLa Palma volcano: Lava, ash continue to spew one month after eruption began | LIVE  Global NewsWhat Being a Volcanologist Is Like  The AtlanticTrapped by lava: Drone company will try to rescue stranded dogs on La Palma  The Washington PostLa Palma evacuees see no end to ordeal after month of volcanic eruption  Yahoo NewsView Full Coverage on Google News

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The average Hackaday user could probably piece together a rough model of a simple DC motor with what they’ve got kicking around the parts bin. We imagine some of you could even get a brushless one up and running without too much trouble. But what about an electrostatic corona motor? If your knowledge of turning high voltage into rotational energy is a bit rusty, let [Jay Bowles] show you the ropes in his latest Plasma Channel video.
Like many of his projects, this corona motor relies on a few sheets of acrylic, a handful of fasteners, and a healthy dose of

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