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  • Gas station worker tired of being sitting duck, shoots robbery suspect

    Gas station worker tired of being sitting duck, shoots robbery suspect

    Wednesday, September 20 2017 8:01 PM EDT2017-09-21 00:01:32 GMT
    Wednesday, September 20 2017 8:01 PM EDT2017-09-21 00:01:32 GMT

    A gas station worker took her gun from her pocket, cocked it, and shot it, hitting a robbery suspect. 

    A gas station worker took her gun from her pocket, cocked it, and shot it, hitting a robbery suspect. 

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    Tucson police searching for suspect in bank robbery

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    According to Sgt. Pete Dugan, spokesman for the Tucson Police Department, the robbery occurred around 4:10 p.m. Friday, Sept. 22 at the Washington Federal Bank at 4910 East Broadway.  

    According to Sgt. Pete Dugan, spokesman for the Tucson Police Department, the robbery occurred around 4:10 p.m. Friday, Sept. 22 at the Washington Federal Bank at 4910 East Broadway.  

The view from the International Space Station is now live, online 24 hours a day. 

Click here for the NASA ISS Ustream Live Link

The High Definition Earth Viewing (HDEV) experiment went live on April 30, 2014. 

Several HD video cameras are mounted to the External Payload Facility of the European Space Agency's Columbus module.

Each of these cameras look back at Earth with views changing from camera to camera on the live stream. 

When the camera switches a gray then black color slate will briefly appear before the new live look pops up on the live stream. 

NASA also says the picture may appear black at times.

"Since the ISS is in darkness during part of each orbit, the images will be dark at those times. During periods of loss of signal with the ground or when HDEV is not operating, a gray color slate or previously recorded video may be seen." says NASA. 

Click here to see where the ISS is over Earth

The cameras are part of a space experiment. 

According to NASA "Analysis of this experiment will be conducted to assess the effects of the space environment on the equipment and video quality which may help decisions about cameras for future missions."

 

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