Thursday 15th June 2017. TV Boxes and Astronomy.
June 15, 2017
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Dr Computer (Alex Neuman) makes it for a while this morning on the way to work. A question from one of our listeners, “Which is best Roku, Apple TV, etc.” take a listen to get Alex’s perspective.
We go astronomical in the last hour today with Carlos Rogers from the Asociacion Panamena de Aficionados la Astronomia (APAA). Many topics are covered from the passing on Haley’s comet, trying to live on Mars and the upcoming total eclipse that will be able to be seen across the USA, for us here in Panama we will get a partial eclipse. Oh yes, your star sign, you probably are not what you think you are! Visit the APAA website by clicking the pics.
[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]The News:
The hearing of charges against former President Ricardo Martinelli, currently detained in Miami, could not be held yesterday because his lawyers did not show up.
Yesterday, the diplomatic delegation of Taiwan lowered the flag at its embassy in Panama, after the breaking off of diplomatic relations between both countries, and held a private farewell ceremony.
The US Treasury Department has lifted the trade sanctions affecting Soho Mall, which was included on the Clinton List of the Office of Foreign Asset Control (OFAC) for activities related to money laundering and drug trafficking.
Panamanians using the North and South corridors owe more than $2.2 million to the National Highway Company (ENA).
The election process of the rector of the Technological University of Panama (UTP) was suspended yesterday by the Grand Jury of Elections (GJE).
A young Panamanian is about to prove that with the voluntary commitment of every citizen, willing to devote two minutes of their time, the beaches of the country can be cleaned up.