Donald Trump In Black Church


Donald Trump has visited a black church in Detroit. Trump has been trying for weeks to make black voters alienated. He said:

We are all brothers and sisters, and we are all created by the same God, we must love each other and support each other and we are in this all together.

Donald Trump took a selfie with a church member and held up a baby over his shoulders. He said he was there to listen to their message and he hoped his appearance would also help everyone’s voice to reach new audiences in our country. He said he would lay out his plans for economic change. He also added:

 “For centuries, the African-American church has been the conscience of this country.


But, from the other side, a protest heated up in front of the church in Detroit. Dozens of protesters surrounded the church and shouted “No Trump!”, “Go Home Trump!”.

NASA’s Juno Sends New Pictures Of Jupiter

NASA’s Juno spacecraft has sent new pictures of Jupiter’s north pole. The images show storm and weather activity unlike anything previously seen on any of our solar system’s gas-giant planets. On the pictures there are storms swirling around it’s two poles.

“It looks like nothing we have seen or imagined before” said Scott Bolton, principal investigator on the Juno project.

Juno successfully executed the first of 36 orbital flybys on Aug. 27 when the spacecraft came about 2,500 miles above Jupiter’s clouds. The Juno spacecraft launched on Aug. 5, 2011 and arrived at Jupiter on July 4, 2016. It’s a 1.1 billion dollar project. Scientists want to establish how much water the planet contains. Juno is the first spacecraft to carry a titanium vault designed to shield its computer and electronics from intense radiation. Once Juno is done studying Jupiter, likely by February 2018, NASA plans on retiring the intrepid spacecraft by performing a “deorbit phase.” This maneuver just basically means it’ll hurtle itself toward Jupiter’s turbulent atmosphere, where it will burn up.