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Baby Yoda arrives at International Space Station

Baby Yoda arrived at the International Space Station today (17 Nov). The SpaceX Crew Dragon Resilience successfully docked to the International Space Station at 11:01 p.m. EST Monday (16 Nov), transporting NASA astronauts Michael Hopkins, Victor Glover, Shannon Walker, and Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) astronaut Soichi Noguchi. When the hatch opened Tuesday, Nov. 17, Soichi Noguchi made a humorous entrance by bring a Baby Yoda plush figure from Disney Star Wars show The Mandalorian. The Crew-1 astronauts join Expedition 64 Flight Engineer Kate Rubins of NASA, and station Commander Sergey Ryzhikov and Flight Engineer Sergey Kud-Sverchkov of Roscosmos.

World's first electric wingsuit will let you fly through the sky like a superhero

***EXCLUSIVE*** BMW has developed this wingsuit alongside its i division, meaning it is fully electric. It produces 20 HP, but while this might sound measly, it only weighs 12kg - subsequently, testers who wore the wingsuit flew over the Austrian Alpines at speeds of up to 186 km/h. The average speed of someone skydiving is around 120 mph, but this wingsuit offers a totally different experience. Whereas with skydiving you are aiming for land, BMW i's wingsuit allows you to travel through the air like a one-person aircraft. It has been tested in BMW's Aerodynamics Testing Center to ensure it can withstand forces of up to 300 km/h.

Shop owners are giving away winter packs to any elderly who need one, the packs contain a hat, gloves, face mask, hand sanitiser and wipe

***EXCLUSIVE*** Shopkeepers who made a profit from stockpiling spent £30,000 on helping their community during the coronavirus pandemic - including giving OAPs hats and gloves for free. The owners of DayToday Express in Stenhousemuir, Falkirk, ploughed any spare cash they had - including from their children's piggy banks - into helping their neighbours. Asiyah Javed, 34, and husband Jawad, 35, were awarded a £10,000 government grant and put that into care packages they gave away for free. They have helped single parents, homeless people, OAPs, and despite working non-stop since the lockdown in March, they have not contemplated taking a holiday.

Paper airplane pilot displaying his mastery of the craft

***EXCLUSIVE*** Meet Andrea Castgilla; a circus juggler who has total mastery over his chosen art of flying PAPER AIRPLANES. Andrea, 36 is part of the Italian Circus Company ‘’Circo Puntino” and is a street performer living in Toronto, Canada. The amazing video shows the dexterous juggler performing physics defying stunts with the most unlikely prop; a paper airplane. Andrea throws the plane in a multitude of different directions but always manages to make it come back catching it in increasingly more creative ways,

Hello Kitty chocolate fondue kits

***EXCLUSIVE*** Ice cream giant Häagen-Dazs has just revealed a new collaboration with Sanrio, releasing three adorable chocolate fondue kits with the characters Hello Kitty, Pompompurin and My Melody. The at-home kits are ideal for a sweet treat, as they only require a lit tea candle and some chocolate to get going. The kit also comes with two matching sticks, so that you can dip your ice cream, fruits or treats into the melted chocolate with ease. The kit comes with 32 mini ice cream scoops in the flavors mango and raspberry, belgian chocolate, vanilla, caramel biscuit and cream, cookies and cream, strawberry, strawberry cheesecake and blueberries and cream.

Daredevil stuntman and paraglider speedflying and barrel rolling in the skies above the towns dressed as a pinata

***EXCLUSIVE*** This is the moment a daredevil stuntman filmed an intense speedflying video whilst dressed as a Piñata. Chris Philpot, 30 donned the colourful costume at a Speedflying event in the town of Hedley in British Colombia where he currently resides. The funny yet intense footage shows Christ flying at insane speeds and even barrel rolling in the air as he rockets down the mountain in full Piñata garbs. Unlike its namesake which is traditionally smashed apart on special occasions, Chris was able to make it to the ground in one piece.

A children’s book signed by a young Queen Victoria coming up for auction

***EXCLUSIVE*** The book, signed by Victoria when she was eight, is titled The Keepsake; or, Poems and Pictures and was produced by Darton & Harvey. It dates from 1818 and features her inscription as a child, of simply “Victoria” twice in the book. The second book titled The Daisy, or, Cautionary Stories, in Verse. Adapted to the Ideas of Children from Four to Eight Years Old was printed in 1824 by J. Harris and Son and features the inscriptions by a George Dent Pakenham (1824-88), as both books were a gift to him from the young Victoria. They read: “Given to George Dent Pakenham by H.R. Highness The Princess Victoria" and "24th May 1828" & "Master George Dent Pakenham had the honour to receive this book from her R.H. the Princess Victoria on Sunday the 24th 1827 at Kensington Palace."  Presentation copies from Princess Victoria are incredibly scarce. These particular copies are believed to have been given as gifts to guests who attended her birthday parties at Kensington Palace, where Queen Victoria was sequestered for much of her life, before she became queen in 1837 at the age of 18. They will be offered in a sale of Fine Books, Manuscripts and Works on Paper at Forum auctions on Thursday November 19, 2020 and are estimated to fetch £2,000 - 3,000.

Tours with donkeys through the Harz mountains

***EXCLUSIVE*** With a total of seven animals, trekking tours and also donkey camping trips are offered over a whole weekend. If you would like to get to know the donkeys, you can familiarise yourself with the animals during a trial lesson. During the Corona restrictions no tours and visits are offered at the moment. However, the "Eselwerk" offers vouchers which can be redeemed later.

Wacky artists submit bizarre entries for this year’s Turnip Prize competition

***EXCLUSIVE*** This year's finalists for the fake art award the 'Turnip Prize' have been unveiled including one called ''Lockdown'' - a padlock on top of a pile of feathers. The annual contest is a spoof of the 'Turner Prize' a top gong awarded by the Tate family of galleries. Nominees in 2020 include a piece named 'Lockdown' by the artist Herewe Goagain, which is made up of a lock sat on top of a pile of duck down feathers. Other entries include 'Back to the Fuschia', a baby doll with its back to a fuschia plant, and 'Rock on Tommy' - a rock on top of a tomato.