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Milovan Rajevac Sacked As Head Coach Of The Ghana Black Stars

  The conversation whether the coach of the Black Stars Milovan Rajevac should be sack or not have finally settled. The Ministry of Youth and Sport and The Ghana Football Association (GFA), were in discussion over the issue to layoff coach Milo. GFA president in his previous remarks seems not favor the ideas, but the Ministry strongly believe Coach Milovan must be sack due to the shameful performance of the Black Stars Ghanaian has lost confident with the technical team of the Black Stars, and the Ministry Of Youth and Sports have listened to the cried of many Ghanaians. However, the coach of the Black Stars Milovan Rajevac has been sacked, following the embarrassing performance 2021 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) in Cameroon. World Cup qualifying is around the corner, hope this time the GFA will find competitive coach, that will bring back the confident and qualify the team to World Cup. The Ministry of Youth and Sports had met with the Ghana Football Association (GFA) on Friday to dis

James Webb Telescope’s Complicated Launch Has Astronomers Nervously Waiting


James Webb Telescope’s Complicated Launch Has Astronomers Nervously Waiting
Seventeen years after its construction began, the most powerful space telescope ever built is stowed, folded neatly, inside the nose cone of a rocket poised to launch Saturday from a pad in Kourou, French Guiana.

Scientists around the world expect that the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s James Webb Space Telescope, beleaguered by a 10-year delay and cost overruns, will herald a new era of discovery in space. One hundred times as powerful as the Hubble Space Telescope, Webb will help astronomers peer at some of the oldest galaxies and stars in the universe, search for signs of habitability in the atmospheres of planets outside our solar system and study mysterious forces like dark energy using its infrared sensors.

At 7:20 a.m. Eastern Standard Time, the Webb telescope is scheduled to blast into the skies above Europe’s Spaceport aboard an Ariane 5 rocket, beginning its 29-day journey to a point four times as distant as the moon called the second Lagrange point. There it will orbit the sun, 1 million miles from the Earth, until at least 2026.