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Video:  Film's Rolling: Ferguson Police Gear Up With Body Cameras

Film's Rolling: Ferguson Police Gear Up With Body Cameras

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Police officers in Ferguson, Missouri, have started wearing body cameras weeks after a cop shot dead an unarmed teenager during a confrontation. The recording devices were first used at a Saturday march protesting the death of Michael Brown, and officials told NBC affiliate KSDK, training for the entire police force is nearly complete. More than 1,000 police departments around the country use similar cameras.

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A terrific GoPro video recently posted on YouTube shows viewers some gorgeous footage of a man on a jet ski zipping through the water that winds through Mountain Sheep Canyon at Lake Powell, which is locate across both Arizona and Utah. The video was filmed using a GoPro HERO3+ Black Edition and it’s of such a high quality that it almost looks like you’re playing a racing game while you’re watching it. Anyone hoping for the video to end in tragic disaster shouldn’t get their hopes up, however, because the jet skier wisely slows down their vehicle as they encounter more narrower passages and tighter corners.



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The launch service provider Arianespace confirmed late Friday (Aug. 22) that two satellites for Europe's Galileo navigation network were released into the wrong orbit after launching aboard a Soyuz rocket from French Guiana. Arianespace and European Space Agency officials initially heralded Friday morning's launch as a success, declaring the satellites healthy and claiming they were deployed into their targeted orbit approximately 23,500 kilometers, or 14,600 miles, above Earth.

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European space officials say they're investigating whether the inaccurate deployment of two satellites will complicate their efforts to develop a new Galileo satellite navigation system that would rival America's GPS network. The Space Agency and launch company Arianespace say the satellites ended up in off-target orbits after being launched Friday from Kourou, French Guiana, aboard a Soyuz rocket. Arianespace said they settled into an orbit lower than intended.

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