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ATV enthusiasts heading to Minnesota

Minnesotans with all-terrain vehicles have much to be thankful for, as the state's public ATV trails are set to open in the coming days.
In the Media by Tech News

Cops: Daniel Ricketts, pot-grower, killed by own booby trap

Berne - A 50-year-old New York man died Saturday in an off road vehicle accident after he apparently ran into a booby trap he had set to protect his marijuana plants from intruders.
In the Media by Yukio Strachan - 4 comments

ESA's ATVs named to tell space science history while stocking ISS

The European Space Agency announced its fifth Automated Transfer Vehicle has been named Georges Lemaître, after the Belgian scientist who provided the first observational estimation of the Hubble constant, which was later called the Big Bang theory.

Jules Verne Boosts ISS into Higher Orbit

The Jules Verne Automatic Transfer Vehicle (ATV) has successfully boosted the International Space Station (ISS) into a higher orbit. In a record 20-minute burn, the ATV boosted the 330-ton ISS by around 4.5 miles to an altitude of around 215 miles.
In the Media by Tim Neale - 3 comments

Crews Attempt To Recover Submerged ATV

ATV, Boy Crash Through Lake's Ice
In the Media by Carolyn E. Price - 3 comments

Kawasaki Recalls 2007 ATVs

"Kawasaki Motors Corp., U.S.A. is recalling its 2007 model year KFX50 and KFX90 all-terrain vehicles. "
In the Media by soome2000

Teen dies in frigid waters

When will they learn?
In the Media by Viga Boland - 3 comments
 

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ATV enthusiasts heading to Minnesota
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On September 29  2008  fter re-supplying the International Space Station  the European Space Agency ...
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On September 29, 2008, fter re-supplying the International Space Station, the European Space Agency's Jules Verne Automated Transfer Vehicle (ATV) re-entered the Earth's atmosphere, where researchers captured fiery images of its demise high over an uninhabited section of the Pacific Ocean, southwest of Tahiti.
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